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Sustainability at Maison et Objet

Always looking for new ideas and trends, even this year I attended Maison et Objet - the international Parisian fair dedicated to lifestyle, decoration and design.

In this edition sustainability, declined to nature and primary elements (like fire, earth, water but also minerals and vegetation), was everywhere, both on objects and in the choice of furnishing materials.

Among the latter in particular, wood prevails, especially combined with terracotta, metal and cement, which we find again on accessories and surfaces.

101 Copenhagen


The prevailing nuances that well express this trend are pink, rust and green.

Great space is dedicated also to ecological and natural materials such as organic cotton, tencel and linen, often intertwined with folds and origami and in natural tones (olive, cedar, pine, petrol blue, gray, seaweed and beige).



Among the dominant themes prevail: water in all its forms, from the deepest profundities of the oceans to the peaceful coast, embracing all the forms of life and the minerals it houses.

Isabelle Poupinel


Pascale Morin


Baaya Design 


On the contrary, the earth and the Stone Age in particular: an era of authenticity and pure energy in which man and nature coexist in harmony. Indeed, the Stone Age brings to light a series of objects with rough surfaces and organic shapes that reflect all the different facets of the mineral layers eroded and consumed by repeated use and which remind us to brutalist aesthetics.

Isabelle Poupinel 




Paola Paronetto