Defined as a window display of unique creations, Paris Design Week offered the richness of new fine art pieces and the best of fine craftsmanship pieces with an exclusive design. From September 5th to 14th 2019, the French capital received the ninth edition of Paris Design Week: 10 days that transformed Paris in one of the world’s major contemporary design centers in the entire world and into a perfect place to provoke and evoke emotions from luxury design-lovers of all around the world.
Maison et Objet 2019 – September Edition
Roberto Cavalli Home | Hall 7 — Stand F47
Drawing inspiration from the iconic prints and patterns of the clothing collections as bespoke animal prints and damask, Roberto Cavalli Home presented colors and textures featuring vibrant intertwining details.
Jonathan Adler | Hall 6, Stand B38 – C37
With his stand at Maison et Objet, Jonathan Adler presented a couple of his best sellers and novelties to spice up his stand.
Giobagnara – Hall 7 – Stand E4 / F3
Handmade in Italy, Giobagnara is a known high-end brand for being creative and for build elegantly designed creations that express luxury, combining traditional know-how and cut-edge technology. This brand was present at Maison et Objet during Paris Design Week 2019 and it recognized for remains as a key partner for many interior decorators as well as superyacht and private jet designers.
Seletti | Hall 6 — Stand J16 – K15
From modern furniture and lighting to decoration and art de la table, Seletti blends art and daily life icons with personal vision and Italian excellence. Another luxury brand that exposed its pieces at Paris Design Week 2019 and Maison et Objet.
Boca do Lobo & Covet House – Hall 7, C8 – D7
Showcased at Covet House Stand in Maison et Objet, Fortuna by Boca do Lobo is a contemporary dining table with one-of-a-kind design aesthetic and refined statement to the most influential minds.
Soft, sultry curves gently embrace the sitter in this elegant vintage and contemporary style sofa: the Soleil Armchair by Boca do Lobo, a fine craftmanship piece with a luxury design.
Angra Mirror is a seductive and elegant mirror with a curved design. The polished brass creates a superb accent providing a glamorous design. One luxury design piece by Boca do Lobo that was exhibited during Paris Design Week 2019 at Maison et Objet.
Showcased at Maison et Objet during Paris Design Week 2019, the iconic and unparalleled Pixel Cabinet Walnut by Boca do Lobo presents a ground-breaking work of pioneering design. This piece carries the dedication and art of those who built it, a variety of traditional production techniques to craft an avant-garde storage piece.
Another of the most stunning pieces at Maison et Objet during Paris Design Week 2019 was the Nº11 modern chair by Boca do Lobo takes the cue from key figures of the surrealist movement such as Salvador Dali and René Magritte and turns their work into a subtle art furniture piece.
During Paris Design Week 2019, Maison Dentsu invited French designers – Ora Ito, Matthais Kiss, José Levy, Florence Louisy and Pierre Frey – to showcase their creative works in intriguing marble tones from Peach blossom to Belgium Black. For sure, one of the biggest highlights of this edition!
“Visions / Perceptions” by Calico Wallpaper, John Hogan, and Ladies & Gentlemen Studio at Triode Design Gallery: one of the most striking highlights during Paris Design Week.
Designer of the Year September 2019: Laura Gonzalez
Laura Gonzalez is s fully multi-tasking top interior designer, being able to create hotels, restaurants, shops and private interiors. She started her career with nightclubs and, today, she’s the creator of half a dozen Cartier shops, the Pierre Hermé bakery or even the Occitane concept store. She was celebrated as Maison et Objet‘s Designer Of The Year September 2019 during Paris Design Week.