Paris becomes the world capital of design, interior decoration, and lifestyle. Paris is the place to be in September if you like and appreciate decoration and design. Beyond The Maison&Objet that opens on September 7, the city also presents Paris Design Week.
Paris Design Week will feature an extensive programming: Visits to exhibitions, encounters with the greatest names of French an international design, visits to studios, galleries, showrooms and cultural institutions. The Event is a large gathering of professionals from all the world that will lead to the general public, the dynamism and innovation of design, bringing people to the magic of creating and facilitating their access to news from many brands and also to the new talents in the design world.
Light design is an area that has evolved over the years. From year to year has appeared new brands and new ways to illuminate the ambiances. So let’s talk about some brands that will be present in Paris.
This Brand design unique lamps, with a fresh reinterpretation of mid-century lighting design. Delightfull can be suitable for any project customizing any piece that you need. They can offer an iconic Design any home decor.
This brand creates modern light inspired by nature. They use contemporary porcelain and black sandstone. In these pieces, we can see contrasting, strength and delicacy.
This is a design brand that reflects an intense way of living, bringing fierceness, strength, and power into an urban lifestyle. These are handmade pieces with most noble materials.
BRABBU search for the most high-quality materials and innovative techniques to bring the comfort, functionality, and personality your spaces deserve.
They Design timeless pieces and refined elegance. This brand is known for modern and luxury lighting pieces. They made their pieces by hand. LUXXU is the reference Luxury Design, Quality, and Innovation.
Light & Living
This is a Dutch brand that knows how to create an atmosphere using Light. Always surprise with themes in the form of decorative lighting. They use neutral colors and humble materials to do their contemporary home lighting.