What we're showcasing at MAISON&OBJET this month
Twice-yearly the world's top designers, brands and buyers descend on the Parc des expositions Paris Nord Villepinte in Paris for one of Europe's leading design events; MAISON&OBJET. This year will be no different. We're proud to be exhibiting alongside many other illustrious brands and individuals that inspire and propel the world of design. This year we've increased the size of our stand considerably to accommodate a new range of IP rated bathroom lights that we've worked diligently on over the winter. Some of these new bathroom pendants and wall lights are reincarnations of existing designs while others are completely new creations. Mike Treanor, Design Director at Mullan Lighting, commented,
"We see our new collection of bathroom and outdoor lights as an important progression for the company. Many of the interior designers that we work with want the freedom of being able to safely position our lights in almost any bathroom or outdoor location. Our new range of IP54 lights allows them to do just that. This is something we'll continue to expand on in 2018".
Alongside our new bathroom lights we're showcasing 10 previously unseen designs; many of which have also been adapted for use in areas where moisture may be an issue. This includes the new Eske and Jorah pendants and the new Marin wall light. Also travelling to Paris later this month are a host of established favourites, including the Cairo wall light, the Splendor pendant and the Dale table lamp. Our Qala circular dish wall light will be incorporated into one of six "What's New" settings designed by François Delclaux. MAISON&OBJET takes places from January 19-23, 2018. We're in Hall 5B, stand S34 along the red carpet corridor (so we should be easy to find). If you're attending MAISON&OBJET later this month we'd love to meet you there, discuss our company and perhaps share ideas. Next month we're exhibiting at Hospitality Expo in Dublin, Ireland and in March we're heading to Light + Building in Frankfurt, Germany.