A reference for interior and industrial design, the Maison & Objet tradeshow opened its doors on September 6 in Paris. Those who couldn't make it can catch up with these seven Instagram posts that hint at what's next in design.
Laura Gonzalez's stunning booth décor
The French interior decorator has been named Designer of the Year for this edition of Maison & Objet. For the occasion, she created an elegant backdrop in which to present her creations, such as her Madras chair, which she designed in collaboration with the Pierre Frey fabric house.
Seletti's architectural tableware
Italian house Seletti proposed a set of tableware inspired by the Renaissance and iconic 15th - and 16th-century Italian architecture.
Young American upstarts
Every year, Maison & Objet highlights promising new talents, with this year's showcase honoring American designers.
Jaime Hayon's "FUN-TIONAL" collection for Paola C.
The Spanish designer shares his artistry with the Italian tableware house by applying his creative flair to the Milanese brand's savoir-faire.
Sebastian Herkner's "The Stellar Grape" for Pulpo
The German designer, who was named Designer of the Year during last January's edition of Maison & Objet, designed a lamp for Pulpo that is equal parts bunch of grapes and galaxy.
Maison & Objet revisits the workplace
Over 1,000 sq meters were dedicated to the workplace via "WORK!", a "a laboratory for expressing today's new art of working." The installation was created by architect, designer and set designer Philippe Boisselier.
Studio Wieki Somers' "selfie mirror" for Valerie Objects
For Valerie Objects, Studio Wieki Somers created an intriguing mirror that allows the beholder to hang the day's outfit, providing a glimpse of the result without having to try anything on.