Art & exhibitions / Paris

Maison & Objet Paris 2015


Maison & Objet , my favourite event takes place twice a year in Paris. This year they had a 20 years anniversary and I was one of the lucky ones getting a piece of their birthday cake. For proof, just scroll down ;-) It was delicious, however I would have liked to keep the blue assiette :-( I bumped into Carol at the Cook + design hall, out of all places..what are the odds when the venue where it takes place is more than 250 000 sqm ?! I was happy to see her and we did some browsing together. Next time I better save two full days for this event. Half a day is not enough, lesson learned.

maison-objet-15-2A piece of the birthday cake

maison-objet-15-paris-13The Cook + design hallmaison-objet-15-paris-12Giant teddybear made of pink rosesmaison-objet-15-paris-11 Ceramicsmaison-objet-15-paris-10 Wooden cutà un giardinomaison-objet-15-paris-8 Fiorirà un giardinomaison-objet-15-paris-6Fiorirà un giardinomaison-objet-15-6 From Cambodia, wooden bowlsmaison-objet-15-paris Only the box is a piece of art in itself…Dammann knows how to sell their teamaison-objet-15-paris-1Ceramic pans are the new it-thing! I bought one two weeks ago…goodbye teflon and other dangerous pans and potsmaison-objet-15-paris-2Looked for bone-broth but it was empty…maison-objet-paris-3 When I go to Strasbourg I would like to learn how to make a Kouglof…this mold inspired memaison-objet-15-paris-5 Spinning cocktail glasses…maison-objet-15-paris-7Lady in pink from Guadartemaison-objet-15-5 maison-objet-15-4 Organic and healthy foodmaison-objet-15-3Funny eggcupsmaison-objet-15-1Greek specialities at Kilikio’s stand, we got to taste delicious olives…maison-objet-15

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This Paris blog is created and maintained by Solli, a Swedish Expat living in Paris working as a Photographer. When she is not behind the lens or setting off to a new destination she loves to be in the kitchen and play around with whole, organic and seasonal food. In this blog she shares some glimpses of her everyday life as a bonne vivante wherever in the world she might be. Enjoy following her journey through life...

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