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M&O Sep 2022: Full Steam Ahead for Paris Design Week 2022!

by creativehomex

A wave of design is currently rippling right across Paris, announcing the hotly anticipated return of Paris Design Week from 8th to 17th September. Running in parallel to the Maison&Objet trade fair, Paris Design Week gives industry professionals, design enthusiasts and the general public the opportunity to immerse themselves in the very latest trends in design and decoration.

For 25 years, Maison&Objet organised by SAFI (a subsidiary of Ateliers d’Art de France and RX France), has been engaging with and bringing together the international design, home decor and lifestyle communities. Its unique ability to generate connections and accelerate business, both during trade fairs and via its digital platform, but also through its unique talent for highlighting trends that will excite and inspire the home decor world.

Maison&Objet’s mission is to reveal talent, spark connections and provide inspiration, both on and offline, thereby helping businesses grow. Through two yearly trade fairs for industry professionals and Paris Design Week, a public event in September that brings the creative energy of designers and brands together in the City of Light, Maison&Objet is the go-to platform for the entire interior design sector. Unveiled in 2016 Maison&Objet and more, or MOM, enables buyers and brands to continue their conversations all year round, launch collections and create connections beyond physical meetings. The weekly roundup of exciting new finds constantly stimulates business across the sector.

Created by Maison&Objet in 2010, Paris Design Week was set up to generate a buzz across the French capital every September and help the general public and industry professionals make new design-led discoveries whilst raising their awareness of current thinking across the design, decor and lifestyle sector.

The 2022 programme will include the chance to discover up-and coming talents that are on track to becoming tomorrow’s big names at the Paris Design Week Factory; a series of new Parisian addresses to add to your design musts; a future focused take on design spearheaded by the Campus des Métiers d’Art & Design at the Académie du Climat, a veritable laboratory showcasing work from the most exciting young design minds; and a gourmet trail by Gault&Millau, this edition’s prestigious partner. After wending their way through the French capital’s streets, all those attending Paris Design Week will be able to feast at the hottest addresses on the Parisian bistronomy by daylight and enjoy cocktails in the evening, district by district, to celebrate a post-summer season fuelled by design.

Whether you’re looking to further refine your collectable design eye, update your little address book of design, get to grips with French design expertise, delve deeper into the universe of “Meta Sensible”, meet up-and-coming design talent, or simply see Paris in a whole new light, Paris Design Week offers everyone with endless enticing ingredients for a truly inspiring stroll. This year, enjoy a vibrant experience in the world’s most stunning city by spending 10 days honing your design expertise, all at a cost of absolutely nothing.

Meta Sensible is this year’s inspiration theme. Continuing the underlying thread adopted for the September edition of the Maison&Objet trade fair, Paris Design Week invites us to step inside the kind of world of which we’ve all been dreaming. Hold up a comparative mirror to the sensorial and intangible, feel the emotion sparked by handcrafted wares and be moved by the sight of a digital work of art destined to be installed in a “Meta” interior, without in any way feeling torn between the two. What if, in actual fact, rather than having to choose, we could simply bring the real and virtual worlds together as one? Paris Design Week will provide the keys to understanding this previously unseen offering that sees the two worlds mingle and combine, with exhibitions and installations showcasing processes or digital works that can cater to real interiors.

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