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MAISON&OBJET ASIA 2016

by Sophie Cullen on Feb 1, 2016 in Lifestyle
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The very best design from the Asia-Pacific region will be on show at this year’s edition of MAISON&OBJET ASIA (M&O ASIA)

Running from 8-11 March at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre in Singapore, the third M&O ASIA will showcase a curated platform of high-end interior design concepts and solutions for property developers, hoteliers, restaurateurs, interior designers and architects.

Sempre Cafe Concept_M&O PARIS Sept_Courtesy of Sempre

Alongside a host of exhibitors from throughout the region who will be showing at the event, M&O ASIA has also announced that Hong Kong designer Andre Fu will be the 2016 M&O ASIA Designer of the Year. Having completed projects such as The Upper House in Hong Kong and Fullerton Bay in Singapore, the designer will release his new bathroom collection for Cooper & Graham at the event.

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During the salon, six new designers will present their collections in the Rising Asian Talents section. Selected for the quality of their innovative thinking, the winners of the Rising Asian Talents Awards 2016 are: LAB DE STU (Australia), Chihiro Tanaka (Japan), Stanley Ruiz (Philippines), Lekker Architects (Singapore), KIMU (Taiwan) and Ease Embroidery Design (Thailand).

The event will also include the 2016 Interior Design and Lifestyle Summit which will feature topics ranging from award-winning hospitality projects, art of living, design thinking, cross-disciplinary collaboration to country-focus discussion.

More information on the event can be found at www.maison-objet.com/en/asia

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