Maison et Objet, Paris’s premier international trade fair for interior design and home decor, is a must-visit for design enthusiasts worldwide. This biannual event is not just a showcase but a global platform for innovation, creativity, and the future of design.
In this article, we’ll explore the highlights of Maison et Objet 2023, with a special emphasis on sustainable design trends and the impact of IL Lusso’s brands at the event.
Spotting the Latest Sustainable Design Trends
Every year, Maison et Objet becomes the epicentre for the unveiling of design trends that will dominate interiors worldwide. From avant-garde furniture to innovative lighting solutions, the fair is a treasure trove of inspiration.
This year, attendees were treated to a blend of tradition and modernity, with a special emphasis on sustainable and innovative materials. Some of the key sustainable design trends that emerged from the fair include:
- Biophilic design: This approach to design focuses on incorporating natural elements into the built environment to create healthier and more sustainable spaces.
- Circular design: This approach to design aims to eliminate waste and pollution by creating products that can be reused, recycled, or composted.
- Material innovation: Designers are increasingly experimenting with sustainable materials, such as recycled plastics, plant-based materials, and mycelium.
A Melting Pot of Global Design Influences
What sets Maison et Objet apart is its eclectic mix of exhibitors. Drawing creatives from all corners of the globe, the event offers a unique blend of design aesthetics. Whether you’re a fan of Scandinavian simplicity or the elegance of vintage designs, there’s something for every design palate.
IL Lusso’s Brands Shine Bright
Several brands from IL Lusso’s portfolio made a significant impact at Maison et Objet 2023, showcasing their commitment to sustainable design and innovation:
- Baobab with its exquisite collection of fragrances which are housed in reusable and recyclable glass bottles.
- Bosa showcased ceramic artistry that resonates with modern living , which is made using sustainable materials and processes.
- Flos illuminated the event with its cutting-edge lighting solutions, which are designed to be energy-efficient and long-lasting.
- Gardeco presented art pieces that blend functionality and aesthetics, all made using sustainable materials.
- Ichendorf brought in glassware that epitomizes elegance, while also being made using sustainable materials and processes.
- Mepra showcased its mastery in kitchenware while also being committed to sustainability in its production processes.
Thematic Inspirations of 2023
Each Maison et Objet event revolves around a central theme, and this year was no exception. The focus was on blending societal trends with design, emphasizing sustainability, and the use of innovative materials. These themes not only set the design direction for the coming years but also offer insights into evolving consumer preferences.
Beyond the display of products, Maison et Objet is a hub for industry networking. Design professionals connect, collaborate, and conceive new ideas, making it a hotspot for forging new partnerships and business ventures.
Set against the backdrop of Paris, the “City of Love,” Maison et Objet offers more than just design insights. Attendees get to soak in the city’s rich culture, art, and history, making the entire experience truly unforgettable.
Maison et Objet 2023 was more than just a design exhibition; it was a celebration of creativity, innovation, and design excellence. With IL Lusso’s brands making a mark, the event was a testament to the evolving world of sustainable design. For more insights, trends, and updates from the world of design, follow IL Lusso on our social media channels and stay ahead of the curve.