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Bonjour Paris! September it is that time of year, whith Fall furniture design tradeshows, and Home Inspiration Ideas will share with our readers the best of the first furniture fair of the season. At Parc des Expositions de Nord Villepinte, introducing you Maison Objet Paris 2016.
We start with the best of scandinavian design, Normann Copenhagen. Their 150 m2 large stand is located in the design section called ‘now! design á vivre!’ and presents unique furniture environments, each defined by their own color tone. The different areas of the booth are nestled in and divided from each other by large pulver-lacquered frames that shape the walls between the elements.
A subdued bordeaux red environment presents the Ace collection in sophisticated velour. This setting is accompanied by two Lust mirrors that break the deep red setting with the sharp reflections in the mirror. A break in the wall lets the viewer look further into the interior of the booth, where the Lust mirror is repeated on the wall behind.
The new white Amp lamp is accompanied by white Form chairs, creating an elegant but comfortable scene.
The Era Lounge chairs are shown in a contrast of turquoise on purple. A group of round Horizon mirrors further reflect the colors of this area.
An area of deep blue creates an office setting that presents the new Journal desk in light blue together with the Form chair, the Bold wall clock and the Flow table lamp.
A bar area and Form Barstools – shining with new chrome legs – invite to sit and talk about the new products.
The setup evokes a contrast between hard and soft: brushed steel in the back stands agains the soft carpet and velour materials.
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