Maison&Objet, the trade fair dedicated to home décor, returns to Paris from 24 to 28 March 2022

For 25 years, Maison&Objet, organized by SAFI, has brought together international design, home decor and the international furniture lifestyle in the halls of Paris Nord Villepinte. The hallmark of the exhibition is the unique ability to create networking business, both during the fairs and via its digital platform. Moreover, Maison&Objet has been a reference point for trends in furniture and home décor for 25 years

Discover Maison&Objet 2020

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Serax, at Maison&Objet in the City

Through its two annual fairs, usually held in January and September, and Paris Design Week, a public event held in September that brings together the creative energy of designers and brands, Maison&Objet acts as a platform for the entire interior design industry. Maison&Objet is also digital: launched in 2016, Maison&Objet and More (MOM) allows buyers and brands to continue their business negotiations throughout the year, launch collections, and network, independent of in-person meetings.

Discover Maison&Objet 2019

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Gray armchair, by Paola Navone for Gervasoni

Over time, Maison&Objet has also developed a channel to offer industry professionals up-to-date information on trends. Maison&Objet is a web channel that broadcasts exclusive content every month, with insights on market trends. A valuable help for architects, interior designers and industrial designers.

Discover office and home office at Maison&Objet – September 2019

What we’ll see at Maison&Objet 2022

The March 2022 edition will host the Signature section in hall 7, bringing together the industry’s most creative brands and designers. This zone, which will complement the ever-lauded uniqueness of the Craft, métiers d’art sector in hall 5A, is set to host a number of exceptional events. The Invisible Collection is a collection created by the established designers and young talents with a new vision of luxury. In the set created by Émilie Bonaventure, furniture and superior craftsmanship – the objects that will be tomorrow’s iconic designs – will be on show.

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Hopebird, by Jaime Hayon

The international collective teamLab will be returning to Maison&Objet Paris to present “Autonomous Resonating Microcosms of Life – Solidified Light Color”, a new immersive installation that fuses nature with the digital world.

teamLab, Resonating Microcosms of Life – Solidified Light Color, ph: teamLab, courtesy Pace Gallery

For the very first time at Maison&Objet, on The French Furniture Export Group initiative (Ameublement Français), the best French furniture and living space brands will be grouped together to showcase the unique “French touch”. Maison&Objet In the City is a new feature of the March 2022 edition: an itinerary throughout the best furniture and interior design showrooms in Paris, in conjunction with the trade fair.

Serax, at Maison&Objet in the City

Finally, to celebrate the return to international trade after the long forced pause, Maison&Objet has chosen Japan as the country of reference for the Rising Talent Awards 2021. Japanese design has always held a special place in the French show since the first edition of the Rising Talent Awards in 2011, dedicated to Japan. In 2022, the Rising Talent Awards will promote self-productions, with the Rising Talent Awards Craft. So, the designers will present unique pieces or limietd series, created directly by the designers, objects of great value, which last over time. With this initiative, SAFI and Ateliers d’Art de France promote the quality and uniqueness of art crafts.

Discover Rising Talents from China at Maison&Objet 2019

Inflatable Leather, by Ronald Smits