We already announced to you that Maison et Object is around the corner with a completed guide that you can see it here. The design fair takes place at Paris Nord Villepinte, from 18-22 January.
Each year, Maison et Objet promises and delivers a creative and diverse space replete with uniqueness and business opportunities
Today, we bring to you a selection of top 5 Paris-based interior designers that you can’t miss during this fair.
1. Pierre Yovanovitch
Pierre Yovanovitch is a French interior designer With a true sense of strength and sobriety characterizes by itself this interior, designer achieved through a masterful interplay of harmonious volumes and strict lines softened by lighting and authentic material. A refined sense of architectural scale over ostentation and fickle design trends make Pierre Yovanovitch a modern design icon.
2. India Mahdavi
India Mahdavi is from Iran and that’s where she developed her own characteristic technique. Currently living in Paris, she keeps on traveling the world in search of inspiration and we must tell she is a true visionary. From the materials and textures to the colorful style, India Mahdavi will remain forever in the history of design.
3. Jean-Louis Deniot
Jean Louis Deniot is a French Interior designer and architec.
Deniot tailors each of his projects to his client’s needs, using his travels for inspiration. His flair for nodding to past time periods and refined color palettes is the reason he has been booked for an endless list of impressive projects.
4. Sarah Lavoine
Working on a wide variety of projects, from private homes (houses, lofts, apartments) to public spaces (hotels and restaurants), Sarah Lavoine quickly forged strong convictions about the use of space, light, and color. Her signature style also incorporates a mixing of styles and origins, elegance and comfort, representing the embodiment of a cosmopolitan Parisian spirit.
5. Philippe Starck
An internationally acclaimed French creator, designer, and architect, Philippe Starck creates unconventional places and objects whose purpose is to be “good” before being beautiful. Most of his designs have become cult objects and his hotels are timeless icons that have added a new dimension to the global cityscape. An advocate of sustainability, Philippe Starck is one of the most sensational interiors designers we know of.