Maison & Objet September 2017 is approaching fast
What is Maison & Objet?
For several years, Maison & Objet has allowed professionals working in the decoration and design sectors to explore the latest ideas in their field. The exposition provides a thorough overview of the entire home decoration universe, from table decor to textiles.
This weekend Maison & Objet is returning to the Paris-Nord Villepinte Expo Center for an event that will be filled with new trends from talented creators. Visitors will have a sneak-peek at TB Groupe’s newest arrivals as this French manufacturer of high-end cutlery will be diplaying its latest products from the company’s workshops located in the city of Thiers, France.
Maison & Objet gathers 3,000 brands - half of which are foreign - in an area covering more than 130,000 m²! Each year approximately 150,000 visitors attend this biannual event, making it one of the leading home decor events.
Every 6 months, the Maison & Object trade fair presents emerging interior design trends and new materials used to construct houses. It is divided into three main sections:
- Home: furniture, lighting and textiles
- Object: smart gadgets, kitchen utensils, interior decoration accessories, etc.
- Influences: modern inventions, technical solutions for a high-quality lifestyle
You’ll have countless opportunities to discover new and exciting products!
The Program: a brief overview
Throughout the duration of the event, Hall 8 will be an area dedicated to interior design specialists. It will be split into 5 sections, each highlighting a different skill set tailored to decorators, architects, design offices and professionals in the hotel industry.
The area entitled Rising Talents is reserved for young designers who will exhibit their latest creations. Their countless new ideas and talents represent the next generation of design stars. There is no doubt that rising stars like Claire Lavabre, Alexandre Echasseriau, Julien Phedyaeff, Christopher Santerre, Luce Couillet, Lysandre Graebling, Samy Rio, Raphaël Pluvinage, Marion Pinaffo and Jean-Baptiste Fastrez will soon be the added to the list of top designers!
Hall 6 will focus on three categories: Cook & Share, Home & Fashion Accessories and Smart Gift.
It should be noted that M&O September 2017 is more oriented towards the architecture sector than home decor. However, the event organizer’s leitmotiv has remained the same - provide our clientele with a seamless shopping experience.
TB Groupe: high-end French cutlery exhibited in Paris
A feast for your eyes!
Feel free to visit the Maison & Objet trade fair and meet France’s leading cutlery manufacturer, Tarrerias-Bonjean.
TB Groupe will exhibit the new arrivals to its lines of knives. These products were recently released on the market and including the following lines:
Auguste® French table knives by TB
With its modern yet traditional design, this beautiful knife collection is equipped with ergonomic handles in order to bring you optimal comfort and ease of use. They are available in several different models, allowing you to create a unique single table setting, which perfectly represents your personal taste.
The Hector kitchen knives
The Absolu kitchen knives
Another one of Tarrerias-Bonjean’s high-end collections from the Made in France line, the Absolu kitchen knives are highly appreciated by professional chefs and amateur cooks! They are crafted from a high-grade steel, have handles made of POM or Indian Rosewood. They truly are a must-have item for any kitchen!
Evercut®: symbol of TB Groupe’s high-end French cutlery
If you visit TB Groupe’s stand you must check out their flagship item - the Evercut® kitchen knives. This technology was used to create several collections. These knives provide a "cutting edge that lasts 300 times longer than the average knife," and which has been is deemed indestructible.
The patented Evercut® technology consists of laser-fusing titanium along the blade’s cutting edge, resulting in an exceptional product. These Made in France Evercut knives by Tarrerias-Bonjean are considered to be the most efficient in the world.