Maison et Objet 2020 has kicked off! Within the next couple of days, you can expect an exciting range of unique innovations within the luxury furniture scenario and exclusive insight on current hospitality trends.
The five-day event will showcase products from more than 3,000 exhibitors as well as promoting new brands and emerging design talent. TrendBook will take you on this journey with us covering the latest news on the spot.
The first day was filled with many new surprises. A walk through many of the halls will allow you to have an inspiring look at many of the top trends and bespoke products within the luxury market.
Check out our selection below for some inspiration from the world’s top luxury players.
caption: Airnova, Assouline, Caffe Latte, Boca do Lobo, Brabbu, Bossa, Pedrali, Missoni Home, Moroso, Royal Stranger, Selleti, Covet house, Dooq, Circu, yo2, LLADRO
This is the first of a series of exclusive moodboards showing the latest trends presented at Maison & Objet 2020 that TRENDBOOK will create.
Circu Magical Furniture / Hall 8 Stand C20
Circu brings again the magical world of fairytales to Maison et Objet. This year the brand highlight the main novelties of their new Cloud Collection with all the pieces in blue, such as the Cloud Desk, a brand new piece we will launch exclusively at the fair.
Boca do Lobo / Hall 8 – Stand C3
Boca do Lobo doesn’t disappoint, known for being a edgy, risk-taker luxury design the brand presents 5 New Design Pieces. With a signature contemporary style, the brand adds a touch of avant-garde mixed with unique elements and materials.
Caffe Latte / Hall 8 – Stand C13
Newcomer Caffe Latte made it’s first appearance at this year’s show. There’s beauty in simplicity and that’s why CAFFE LATTE created a collection of furniture, lighting and accessories with a remarkable ability to fit into any style of interiors, with a full collection focused on neutral tones.
Covet House / Hall 6 – Stand C26 – D25
At Hall 8 you’ll find the mega stand of Covet House. At this brand’s stand, you will be able to find items for all tastes and from all the major Portuguese design brands in the world, namely, Boca do Lobo, DelightFULL or BRABBU.
Assouline / Hall 8 – Stand A99
Renowned for their highly original graphic concept, ASSOULINE books are works of art that capture the culture and bring it to life. With over 1,000 titles on subjects including architecture, art, design, fashion, gastronomy, lifestyle, photography, and travel, ASSOULINE has created a unique, eclectic, and elegant signature.
From fabrics, the starting point to furnishings, Missoni Home offers a wide range of elements to dress the home inside and out. The recurring theme of fabrics and their numerous textures introduces beautiful ideas for furnishing the home inside and out. From the living room to the lounge, from bedroom and bathroom to the rooms leading outdoors to gardens and terraces.
Vista Alegre / Hall 8 — Stand C73
In a constant search for renovation, Vista Alegre reveals a huge capacity to follow global trends, working regularly with prestigious designers worldwide. The essential values are quality of excellence, innovation, design, universality, the connection to art and culture, always combining tradition and modernity.
Lladró / Hall 8 — Stand C51
With the motte “Discover New Ideas in Porcelain” Lladró takes you on a journey through unrepeatable creations inspired by the most varied feelings, traditions or cultures. Know-how and maximum attention to detail are applied to unique handcrafted processes that make each piece a work of art.
Brabbu Design Forces / Hall 6 – Stand H26 – I25
BRABBU is a design brand that reflects an intense way of living, bringing fierceness, strength, and power into an urban lifestyle. With a diverse range of furniture lighting and rugs, and through sensory design, the brand pass on a unique experience in every piece we design and produce.
Moroso / Hall 6 / Stand I2/J1
To emphasize its focus on the French market, Moroso decided to exhibit again its furniture design collection and recent novelties at Maison&Objet.
The Moroso stand will feature some of the main new products on show at the last Salone del Mobile in Milan: the Gogan collection by Patricia Urquiola and the Precious chair family by Johannes Torpe. These new products will be accompanied by the Pipe chairs by Sebastian Herkner and the Mathilda and Phoenix tables by Patricia Urquiola. The installation will be completed by the Shadowy armchair by Tord Boontje, an icon of the M’Afrique outdoor collection.
Seletti / Hall 6 – Stand J16/K15
Design, art de la table, furniture, lighting, object, and decoration. SELETTI, a history of vision and evolution. SELETTI focuses on design projects and on the creativity which characterizes the Italian excellence. Today, SELETTI aims at a new kind of production and daily life, an on-going journey within the idea of beauty.
Jonathan Adler / Hall 6 / Stand B38/C37
Jonathan Adler showcases a unique collection with geometric shapes and a focus on the mix-match of black and white with neutral tones. In this stand you can find everything you need to create a flawlessly chic home.
Zaha Hadid / Hall 6 / Stand P38
Zaha Hadid Design is one of the most influential names of the modern design world. The creations of ground-breaking pieces are guaranteed and that is why many people look up to her works, always with the promise of owning furniture design items that will stand out in their interior design.
Keep an eye for more updates .. In the meantime check our selection of trend products from this year’s fair,
In the meantime TrendBook just launched it’s new TRENDBOOK 2021 Forecast.
The 2021 Trend Forecast consists of over 200 pages of inspirations across 4 macro-trends. With a selection of colors, materials and patterns including the most beautiful design projects, new collections from well-known brands and upcoming designers, our new TrendBook is intended for all professionals and lovers of design.
Be inspired 🙂
*Like what you’ve read? Feel free to share on your social media by using the super-easy share buttons on the left! If you want to see other decor and interior trends just click here.*| Don’t forget to follow us on our social media, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.