Maison et Objet Fall 2012, through the eyes and lens of Hermine Mariaux

By heba

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Though we were sad to miss out on Maison & Objet Fall 2012, which was held in Paris two weeks ago, we’ve been delighted to continuously see and hear about some of the extraordinarily unique, beautiful and inspiring things that designers had to offer at the fair. We were especially blown away by the solidifying stool that was the result of a collaboration between the Societe Choletaise de Fabrication and François Azambourg for the R3iLab network, the desk series by students of Swiss design school ECAL, and Maya Selway‘s “Kishu” Collection, which brings minimalist design to abstract everyday objects.

    

Before we start looking forward to the next edition of Paris’ most beloved trade show, there’s one more chance to experience Maison & Objet Fall 2012. On Thursday, September 27th, join the New York chapter of IFDA for a visual tour of the latest design trends from Paris through the eye and lens of blogger and trend forecaster, Hermine Mariaux. Mariaux is an expert at forecasting design and color trends and spotting the coming changes in lifestyles that will affect us all. Formerly a contributor to The New York Times and Town & Country, Mariaux is now the author of popular blog, “The Trend Tracker” f0r Home Textiles Today. Thursday’s program will be held at Grange at the New York Design Center, and will include a breakfast and networking session from 8:30am-9am, before the program from 9-10am. For more information about ticket prices and registration, click here.

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