Singapore heats up for second Maison&Objet Asia

Monday, February 16th, 2015. Filed under: Art Destinations Entertainment Home & Garden
Maison&Objet Asia 2015 ©Maison&Objet Asia

Maison&Objet Asia 2015
©Maison&Objet Asia

(Relaxnews) – All eyes will be on Singapore this March as Maison&Objet Asia returns to the city for its second-ever show.

Featuring an expanded selection of the best of high-end decoration and home fashion by prestigious brands, the show will encompass residential, contract and hospitality projects.

The salon will bring together the arts of living with a focus on connecting the global markets with the dynamic Asian region, with even more Asian brands showcasing their works than in 2014. This year’s edition will see one third of the 300 exhibiting brands coming from Asia.

Highlights for 2015 will include an Interior Design & Lifestyle Summit featuring keynote addresses by renowned industry stars including the “Designer of the Year” Neri&Hu and Dutch designer Marcel Wanders.

Maison&Objet Asia 2015 will run March 10-13 as part of Singapore Design Week. For more information see: www.maison-objet.com/en/asia

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