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Francisco Segarra trendsetting the new tableware collection in Maison & Objet

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One more time Paris embraces us in one of the most influential design fairs in the world. Maison & Objet offered us five frenetic days, showing the best talents. A passionate event which deciphers all the emotional, creative and entrepreneurial aspects of decoration, design and creative lifestyle.

Maison & Objet. Creation and design in pure state.

Elegant, Cosy, Eclectic. A great enclosure that offers 8 halls with the greatest deals on commercial tableware, textile and furniture.

The Eclectic hall, is so atypical as inspiring. All the visitors can find the best influences of different cultures around the world. Values, ideas and trends from here and there.

This is where Francisco Segarra´s dissimilar proposal took the spotlight with his new project, focused in residential interior design. A meeting point between an emergent firm in this field and the expert professionals in home decoration and habitat sector.

One cafeteria-concept store. The most atypical scenography of the whole enclosure.

Ofelia taken to another level. Francisco segarra´s vision of a home like cafeteria to a concept-store. Champagne coolers made of galvanized metal, acacia wood cutting boards, porcelain tableware, enamelware and exclusive accessories tucked in a space that invites us to feel like home…

Bamboo, rattan, wicker…  Antique furniture, showing their organic textures under the warm light of the ceiling lamps. Light colour tones like russet and sand which blends among the vegetation.

A new concept that reflects a creative lifestyle that offering new products in the market. A homelike space with a sustainable soul. Without a doubt, the most refreshing design of all of Francisco Segarra´s stand. A cafeteria concept-store that reflects the evolution of the brand, capable of constantly recycling itself.

This atypical stand, counted with the presence of numerous assistants that also share our passion. To all of them, thank you.

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