Maison & Objet is considered the most important event in Europe for all professionals and lovers of lifestyle, decoration and design, which in each edition are interpreted by interpreting current trends and changes in contemporary lifestyles.
Maison & Objet will be the spokesperson for the evolution of working spaces, a highly topical issue, also explored by the upcoming Salone del Mobile, around which all new approaches to the workplace will be explored.
Through a sophisticated selection of furniture and decorative objects, Maison & Objet 2019 will investigate our new relationship with work that, led by social change, has naturally led to a new conception of office: digitization is undeniably making a number more mobile than ever growth of workers, freeing them from traditional workstations and allowing them to become so-called digital nomads. This phenomenon, in great ascent, has led to the birth of numerous co-working, to work in open and participatory spaces and allow to create interesting networks of knowledge.
New work requirements that, day after day, also shape places: in the face of these new challenges, manufacturers, distributors, space planners and installers are turning to residential design to give more space to creativity and make offices more welcoming and comfortable , thus helping companies attract and retain talent. From 6 to 10 September, Maison & Objet will dedicate its spaces to this new working spirit, addressing its stands in particular to architects and designers involved in office design, looking for functional and decorative solutions aimed at satisfying these new multifunctional spaces. The best furniture for the office and the current working environment will be exhibited in a dedicated area of about 1000 square meters and accompanied by a special path entitled WORK !, where you can find all the exhibitors who offer design solutions related to the office.
With the possibility, moreover, to participate in conferences presented by experts in the sector and to discover example projects with an international accent. Finally, the Designer of the Year of this edition will present his vision as an architect setting up an area that will focus on interaction: an engaging experience that will highlight today's new social work spaces.