Discover all the events you can’t miss at the Paris Design Week, happening in the up and coming September
The eighth annual Paris Design Week will take place from Thursday 6 to Saturday 15 September 2018. For ten days, the event invites French and international professionals and the general public to discover the best showcases of design in Paris, including of course Maison et Objet.
Maison et Objet is the ultimate lifestyle and design event and is back with a new challenge, one that seeks to completely overhaul its structure, more specifically its sectors: Maison and Objet. These two sectors will be presented from 7-11 September with a brand-new perspective, improving the journey and experience of visitors and professionals alike during the event.
Maison et Objet Paris is an everchanging event, always bringing something new to table year after year. This edition the guests will be able to experience a whole new experience. In order to become easier to scout for ideas and inspirations, Maison et Objet has altered its Maison sector, which will now be divided into four new realms to be explored: Unique & Eclectic, Today, Forever, and Craft. Through this four sectors, Maison et Objet will offer styles and trends just as diverse as ever before, with the assistance of the most exclusive luxury brands within these sectors.
You can find LUXXU’s products in a luxury exhibition at the Covet House Stand (HALL 7 STAND B52-C51).
There will be plenty of events happening around the city. Four of the city’s most vibrant districts will celebrate the creative industry: Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Les Halles-Marais-Bastille, Opéra-Concorde-Étoile and Barbès-Stalingrad-Saint Ouen. And for each of them, a special evening filled with exciting private views and events, bringing together the entire design community. One of those pays homage to Japan. Echoing the city-wide event Japonismes 2018, Paris Design Week compiled all events dedicated to Japan into a single itinerary. The high point of the event will be the Eiffel Tower’s new lighting designed by mother-and-daughter lighting gurus Motoko Ishii and Akari-Lisa Ishii to evoke the radiance of the rising sun. Exploring both traditional arts and Japan’s new technology, it will be an event to remember! The Eiffel Tower, lit up in white, adorned with a red rising sun.
The Covet Group opened last year a new luxury design showroom in Paris– This is the fourth luxury design space of its kind, following similar projects of the Covet Group in New York, London, and Porto. Just like those other projects, the brand new Covet Paris house it’s an elegant and magnificent place of luxury design that you simply cannot miss. This is an opulent palace of curated design that’s home to several high-end brands, such as Boca do Lobo, Luxxu, Brabbu, Essential Home, Delightfull, Circcu or Maison Valentina. If you are an interior design lover, then this is an absolute must-see stop for you. And where can you find this house you ask? It’s located at 154 Rue des Rosiers, 93400 Saint-Ouen, Paris-France. During the Paris Design Week it will have plenty of activities so book a visit!
The Best Hotels
A few good examples of luxury hotels for your stay are the Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris (Address: 31 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France), the Hotel de Crillon (10 Place de la Concorde, 75008 Paris, France) or the Hôtel Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris (Address: 25 Avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris). But our favourite is the splendid five-star Hotel Plaza Athenée Paris (Address: 25 Avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris, France).
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