From March 23 to 28, the Maison & Objet organization is launching “Maison et Objet in the City”. This new appointment reserved for professionals offers to discover a Parisian summary of decoration of excellence. Selection by the editorial staff of Intramuros of 9 outstanding places on the route: the Duvivier Canapés showrooms, Manufactures EMBLEM Paris, Diptyque, Triode, Livingstone, Cosentino, the Manufacture without forgetting the Ateliers de Paris incubator and French Design.
Manufactures EMBLEM Paris, 122 rue de Grenelle 75007 Paris
Reference of French know-how in the sector of furniture and decorative objects, Manufactures EMBLEM Paris is the gathering of 4 houses: Taillardat, Craman-Lagarde, Vernaz&Filles and Emaux de Longwy 1798 perpetuate the unique know-how of earthenware decorated with cloisonné enamels. Especially for M&O in the City, Manufactures EMBLEM Paris welcomes guest houses namely Manufacture Robert Four Aubusson, TRECA, Pierre Frey, Maison Duchénoy, Dédar, Christian Lacroix Maison, Métaphore, Tisserant and Pouenat.
THE MANUFACTURE, 3 rue Edouard VII 75009 PARIS
At the crossroads of design and fashion, La Manufacture offers excellent craftsmanship, timeless aesthetics and lasting quality, interpreted by renowned designers. Artistic direction is provided by designer Luca Nichetto and stylist Milena Laquale.
THE FRENCH DESIGN 120 avenue Ledru Rollin 75011 Paris
During M&O in the city, Le French Design presents “The Art of Receiving: New Imaginaries”, an exhibition open until May 20. This brings together the projects of four interior design studios: Atelier du Pont, Isabelle Stanislas, Studio Catoir and Studio Idaë have thus designed hybrid spaces using furniture and accessories from the FRENCH DESIGN 3D Catalogue.
National Furniture 42 avenue des Gobelins, 75013 Paris
The Mobilier national takes over the exhibition “No Taste for Bad Taste”, created in 2017 in partnership with the Institut français and French Design. The exhibition presents 40 objects, chosen under 10 values embodying the specificities of French creation: elegance, creativity, the art of living, audacity, panache, a sense of innovation or balance. , cultural openness and inclusion in a know-how or heritage. The scenography is signed by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac.
Diptych 20-22 rue de la Reynie 75004 PARIS
Diptyque unveils during M&O in the city its new collection of wall decorations, “the eye and the hand”, largely inspired by the richness of its archives. A colorful collection made up of 10 patterns: Mosaic, Eccentric, Walled Garden, Les Lilacs, Landscape, Sarayi, Praetorian, Odalistic, Undergrowth and Basil. Ever more contemporary, the printing of the collection is digital and made on non-woven paper rather than on fabrics. Mosaic and Eccentric will also be on display at the Intramuros Café during the Maison & Objet trade show (stand F20).
Ateliers de Paris incubator, 30 rue du Faubourg Saint Antoine 75012 Paris / 28 rue de Faidherbe, 75011 Paris
For more than 15 years, the Ateliers de Paris have welcomed young creators into its incubator program. They are supported for two years for a business project in the fashion, design and crafts sector. For Home & Object in the city, the Ateliers open their doors, by appointment.
DUVIVIER SOFAS, 27 rue Mazarine 75006 PARIS
Since 1840, Maison Duvivier Canapés has been combining craftsmanship excellence and the richness of materials to design and manufacture exceptional sofas and armchairs in a “chic relaxed French style” spirit. The company has been labeled Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (EPV) since 2006, it manufactures all of its products in France in its own workshops, both for residential and for high-end hotels, offices or even luxury yachting. .
TRIODE, 28 rue Jacob 75006 PARIS
In its showroom, Triode offers a unique range of furniture and lighting, with the creations of the best contemporary American designers, such as reissues by Finn Juhl and Sergio Rodrigues. For this first edition of Maison & Objet in the City, the gallery welcomes Gabriel Scott’s exclusive lighting, novelties and virtual installations during an exhibition combining 3D images, samples of materials and video projections.
Livingstone, 39 avenue de Friedland, 75008 PARIS
Focused on furniture and stone, Livingstone was created in 2020 by designers Christophe and Baptiste Pelouin, with Dimitri Bernard-Lorin. During Maison & Objet in the city, exceptional marble tables will be unveiled in the new showroom.
COSENTINO, 27 Boulevard Malesherbes 75008 PARIS
Cosentino is an international family group that manufactures and distributes highly innovative surfaces for architecture and design. Composed of the Silestone, Dekton and Sensa by Cosentino brands, Cosentino is the leader in its market. Maison & Objet in the city is an opportunity to discover the brand new 450 m2 showroom on 3 levels!
SERAX, 8 Rue des Francs Bourgeois 75003 PARIS
SERAX works closely with designers and artisans around the world. Maison & Objet In the city will certainly be an opportunity to discover new collections, such as the Fontainebleau outdoor range by José Lévy or the Valérie armchair, in steel, designed by Marie Michielssen.