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A new season in the name of design with the long-awaited event Maison&Objet, taking place from September 8th to 12th in Paris. 

A theme will set the tone for this new edition, “Meta Sensitive,” in which the physical and digital worlds are no longer opposed. Here, they influence each other, collaborate, and even merge to become a new medium for creation, communication, and distribution. 

Much more than a trade show, Maison&Objet offers multiple experiences and allows visitors to discover the trends of tomorrow. 

On the other side of the event is Paris Design Week, the other major French event in the field. Ten days, 300 venues, and an overview of the trends and concepts that will inspire and excite us this year, and of which Galerie Joseph is an official partner.

Find our Acumen Paris Design Week itinerary on page : PARIS DESIGN WEEK : WHAT YOU CAN’T MISS ABOUT 2022

Designer of the Year 

After Franklin Azzi, it is Cristina Celestino’s turn to be honored for this new edition of Maison & Objet. The architect will present her “Exotic Palace,” a truly enchanting setting for a restaurant in the heart of the show.

Hall 7 – Signature 

What’s New? 

The What’s New? program will unveil the inspirational spaces of Elizabeth Leriche, François Delclaux, and François Bernard. The three trendsetters return to deliver their discoveries  among the new products of this fall edition, which they will stage in a resolutely optimistic and colorful experience. 

Hall 7 – Signature 

Talents so French 

A spotlight on innovation through the creations of young French designers, such as Bina Baitel, Charlotte Juillard, Samuel Accoceberry, and Pierre Gonalons. These designers will present their self-published creations in preview. 

Hall 7 – Signature 

Rising Talents Awards 

Focus on the future stars of design gathered in a Dutch promotion, approved by a high-flying jury, including Hella Jongerius, Wieki Somers, Ineke Hans, and Kiki Van Eijk. 

Hall 7 

Cook and Share 

Visitors will have the opportunity to discover the cuisine of future great chefs of French gastronomy, handpicked by Gault & Millau, in its “109” selection. And “Waww la table” will unveil the arts of the table with surprising settings, demonstrating how the conventions of the sector have totally changed. 

Hall 3 

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Mélissa Burckel