Gifts Today magazine

Maison Asia to enhance focus

The 2016 edition in Singapore will see a greater focus on providing a more targeted showcase on interior design and architectural solutions

With its first two editions, Maison & Objet Asia has seen a trend in its visitor profile that reflects Asia’s rapidly growing property development, real estate, and hospitality industries.

“M&O ASIA in its second edition brought together some of most prestigious interior design brands as well as up-and-coming Asian designers. The show is a great place to discover new talents and consultants for residential and hospitality projects,” said Kenneth Ng, executive director, Wing Tai Properties (HK).

While Nigel Harris, executive vice president, chief technical officer projects and product development, Onyx Hospitality, said: “The exhibition provide a great opportunity to review some of the most innovative and imaginative FFE products and designs from Europe whilst recognizing a growing Asian talent base across many areas. As an Asian based Hotel Operations company, we left with many useful connections and inspirations from the exhibitors and speakers.”

Some 50 per cent of the visitors to the 2015 salon were from these sectors, resulting in a visitor profile that is markedly different from that of Maison & Objet Paris.

With this in mind, the 2016 salon will see a greater focus on providing a more targeted showcase on interior design and architectural solutions for property developers, hoteliers, restaurateurs, interior designers, and architects.

M&O Asia 2016 will bring you:
•Targeted business and networking opportunities with leading property developers, designers and key industry players from Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand, etc.

• First-hand knowledge and competition on the market development in Asia-Pacific.

The curated show will feature design concepts and solutions for hospitality/haute cuisine/spa & wellness projects.

High-end interior design concept
Lounge and Accent Furniture
Outdoor furniture and equipment
Kitchen furniture
Lighting objects
Bathware/ Steam unit
Fabrics/ Wallpaper

Exquisite accessories
Luxury linen
Fragrance/ Toiletries
Pool and Football tables
Gym equipment
Door lock/ handles
Fire detectors/ Ceiling fans

Customised design solutions
Wall/ Floor finishing
Lighting design
Sound design
Spa and Wellness design
Landscape design
Wine storage system
Interior technology/ Futuristic solution
Materials specialists (Wood, Metal,
Ceramic, Glass, Stone, Polychrome,
Synthetic Fibre and more

In addition, the Maison & Objet team will work with their exhibitors to co-develop special interior design concepts for the service area such as Café and VIP Lounge.

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