Maison et Objet 2016 that is coming January 22-26 commits to find hidden gems of design, and for this year, the selected emerging designers, or pairs of designers are mainly Scandinavian designers.
You will find these particularly promising young designers at the heart of the Talents à la Carte space. They represent a breath of fresh air to the industry presenting design pieces that aren’t the most recognized in the design world.
Interior designers are going to the exhibition to see novelties and designs that are fresh and new, as they usually get tired of the same brands all the time. So this is the chance to discover new things to present to their clients always seeking for the most exclusive and unique furniture designs.
The designers awarded at Talents à la Carte are mainly Scandinavian, bringing a very clean design and brand new ideas and concepts.
The winners of Talents à la Carte have the chance to exhibit their creation at Hall 7 and present their view to the world. The five winners are Färg & Blanche, Jonas Edvard, Katriina Nuutinen, Studio Kneip and also Troels Flensted.
Färg & Blanche is a French-Swedish design studio.
Jonas Edvard is a designer based in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Katriina Nuutinen is a Finlandese designer.
Studio Kneip is based in Oslo, Norway.
Troels Flensted studied in London but his native country is Denmark.
See more to expect from M&O HERE!