Maison et Objet Paris is the major event for professionals working in the art of living in all its rich and varied expressions and it is also an integral part of the Paris Design Week. In this fair, the styles coexist in a multifaceted way, throughout the inventive show design which enlivens the spaces.
Today we are going to talk about the awards that are going to be handed out in this event, for those designers that work hard to receive it.
Check out down below this year’s awards.
Designers of the year
For this event, that happens in January and in September, each of these Designers must fit within the profile of each of the Paris shows. At a beginning of the year the designer must be more product design-oriented profile and in September a designer needs to be more closely related to the world of interior architecture or decor for September.
In 2018, here we are the winners:
(The designer of the Year Award – January 2018)
Her inspiration is the connection that she has with the family and friends, as well as the lifestyle too.
Her exhibition featured existing products and new designs, displayed in a warm and homey atmosphere – the underlying theme that defines every single one of her creations.
“The balance she maintains between civilization and nature is vital to her creative process.”
(The designer of the Year Award – September 2018)
His work is strongly influenced by cinema, a discipline which has always fascinated him.
In this edition of MO18, Ramy Fischler has chosen to spotlight the diversity of his studio’s activities and projects from day to day, offering visitors a chance to grasp his visionary and holistic approach.
“Fiction and collaborative work are the twin pillars of his process.”
Rising Talents – September 2018
“Behind each story, there are people, relationships, and memories. It is like packing a whole world into a single object.”
“I am very excited about this experience! This event will unquestionably turn the limelight on us and our country.”
“In a country like ours, where there is virtually no industry, design lives by virtue of local craftsmen making small-batch productions, sold in galleries or by word of mouth.”
“There is still so much potential to explore in new materials, potential to develop products that could find applications even in luxury markets.”
“Exploring elaborate details and bold materials, our duo converges to create innovative and unusual combinations.”
“Today, highly experienced artisans have inherited this expertise passed down through generations and continue to preserve these crafts.”
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