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Maison & Objet: scenographies in pictures

Maison & Objet: scenographies in pictures


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Like each edition of the Maison & Objet trade fair, the trendsetters Elizabeth Leriche, François Bernard and Vincent Grégoire for NellyRodi presented scenographies to illustrate the trends to come. We therefore invite you to discover the staging of January 2014 around the Elsewhere theme, elsewhere in French.

Landscape by Elizabeth Leriche


Fillioux & Fillioux In this piece, the tendentious transcribes the reverie of a poetic nature with these trees which evoke the magic of frost in a magical nature.

Landscape by Elizabeth Leriche


Fillioux & Fillioux The horizon lines become a source of inspiration that we transcribe on home accessories like this container that plays the card of poetry.

Heliotropic by François Bernard


Fillioux & Fillioux François Bernard expresses the Elsewhere theme through a very solar and colorful film in order to restore zest for life in the rather pessimistic crisis period. To take the time to watch the film, the stranger invites visitors to settle into deckchairs.

Heliotropic by François Bernard


Fillioux & Fillioux To illustrate the solar theme of the film, François Bernard has staged a wall of objects where everyone finds their place in a niche. The blue wall becomes celestial and invites the visitor into the clouds.

Heliotropic by François Bernard


Fillioux & Fillioux Among the exhibits, the color yellow stands out to echo the heat of the sun. Our favorite: the giant pineapples of designer Anne-Claire Petit, which evoke hot countries.

Beyond by Vincent Grégoire


Fillioux & Fillioux At Vincent Grégoire, the seabed materializes in part of the scenography with a play of unusual and sculptural blue light.

Beyond by Vincent Grégoire


Fillioux & Fillioux To illustrate the seabed, shells, jellyfish, corals and other inhabitants take their place in the decorative world of scenography.

Beyond by Vincent Grégoire


Fillioux & Fillioux In the second part of the scenography, Vincent Grégoire flies to the cosmos with futuristic decorative objects that display the color gold to echo the sun.