Maison & Objet has launched its Digital Days: 8 weeks orchestrated around weekly themes, alternating product presentation and online conferences. Under the banner of “Unexpected Gifts”, this first week naturally offers a selection of products and will end with a talk “Imagining the icons of tomorrow” with Guillaume Delvigne and Marc Berthier.
For 8 weeks, on the Digital Days tab of Maison & Objet’s MOM platform, a selection of brands (which can be found in the digital showroom space) and products will be highlighted. Virtual meetings complete this online sourcing of products. Thus, this week, Vincent Grégoire presented Takuto Imagawa, merchandising director of the concept store Cibone, in Tokyo, and will introduce on February 3 the concept store Homeless, in Hong Kong.
Each theme ends with an online conference. The premiere will take place this Friday, January 29 and will bring together designers Guillaume Delvigne and Marc Berthier, and Boris Brault, CEO of Lexon, around this question: “How to imagine the icons of tomorrow”?
The selection of the 2nd week will be oriented around the Trendy Deco. And the conference on Friday February 5 will focus on the second-hand market, between auctions and leasing.