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Milan Design Agenda had the privilege to be at Maison et Objet Paris 2015. For its second time in a row, we were “live” in this Paris Design Agenda event. Milan Design Agenda found Missoni Home at Maison et Objet 2015 Paris HALL 7, for the launch of its collection, focusing on florals reinterpreted in a more abstract, symbolic way. Subtle images alternated with intense hues make for pieces meant to be mixed and matched or used alone to enhance environments.
Missoni Home’s Maison et Objet Paris 2015 stand was divided in 4 different spaces: 2 of them focus on interiors, 1 for outdoor and the other one, with a fresh and brand new collection, plates! In indoors collection.
Missoni Home had one of most remarkable stands at the show – thanks either to its size and design. Missoni Home enclosed its latest collection inside the stand, inviting you to explore every inch of it. As expect, the stand at Maison et Objet Paris 2015, was filled with bright and intense, and also light colours.
The Lilium Multicolor collection designed by Rosita Missoni was introduced in hall 7 and stands B97/C98. In addition to the more classic lines, more high-impact designs as bed covers, carpets, footrests and pillows for a playful and versatile comfort that works for exteriors as well as for living room sets.
The table will be represented as well with the collection presented in Milan during the last Salone del Mobile in collaboration with Richard Ginori who continues to create colourful offerings for the kitchen with his plates, glasses, cutlery and placemats that can be used all day every day.
Milan Design Agenda takes this opportunity to say thanks to Salima Salhi, for her kindness and fantastic introduction of Missoni Home stand!
Hope to meet you at iSaloni 2015 and its Milan Design Week!
Written by Pedro Nogueira