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6 interesting booths at Maison & Objet Asia 2016

First impressions count, and in this case, we look at some of the best dressed booths at Maison & Objet Asia this year which did leave a lasting impression on event-goers and exhibitors alike!

1) Akar de Nissim

Instead of the conventional open-concept style exhibition booths, Akar de Nissim used dark wood louvre panels to bring event-goers into a more intimate home setting, where they showcase some of their stylishly designed furniture in a mock-up living room space.

Find out more about the brand: Akar de Nissim - East-meets-West style luxury furniture and accessories

 

2) Framed by Terre

We like how the fresh flowers adorn the white framed structure of a house! Don't you?

 

3) Man Cave by AV Intelligence and Lava East Singapore

Designed as a man cave which they define as a refuge for the affluent family-man to escape his domestic responsibilities and indulge in a little hedonism. The interiors showcase a luxurious hi-fi and home theatre system, and big boys' toys (like a designer foosball or table tennis table).

Create your own man cave at home! Read 8 steps to get the perfect man cave in your HDB flat.

MORE: 3 cool and stylish foosball tables for your home

 

4) Sempre

Sempre never fails to push creativity to its limits with plants and natural materials such as wood and wicker! Their booths also double as cafe spaces at this year's trade show, so potential clients can have a first-hand experience of the brand's products and design. Killing two birds with one stone, indeed!

 

5) The Rug Maker

As The Rug Maker's latest collection is inspired by actual flowers and plants picked from Singapore's forest floors, it is extremely apt to have paper cut-outs as installation design in the booth. It also adds texture to an otherwise ordinary exhibition booth. Brilliant!

 

6) Tribu

A guru in outdoor furniture, Tribu had to make sure their furniture pieces fit with the setting even in an exhibtion environment.

How did they bring the outdoors in? Add some pebbles and sand to simulate a resort-like setting, while adding texture to the booth space.

Wood panels also add some warmth to the setting, while allowing clients to visualise what Tribu's pieces will look like in a resort or outdoor space.

If you're thinking of buying outdoor furniture, we've got some tips for you!

A video of the fair here:

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