Future On Stage is a competition dedicated to supporting young innovative companies. Apply now at this link
While I’m planning my visit to Maison et Objet for the next September, I’m sharing with you an interesting opportunity for the edition of January 2024.
In fact, applications for the Future On Stage competition are now open here until September 30, 2023.
What is Future on Stage
Future On Stage is an opportunity for young and remarkable enterprises in the decor, design, and lifestyle to showcase their designs in a dedicated area during the Maison et Objet fair in Paris.
The competition is for you if you have a new brand ( established within the past 3 years ), with an already established brand identity and already tested/sold products, never exhibited at the Maison&Objet Paris fair
Among all the applications, a jury panel will select three award winners that will have their own space during MO January 2024 edition.
Please find below the three winning projects of last September edition.
Pierreplume is a new material invented by Amandine Langlois, Jérémie Triaire and Camille Chardayre. Made entirely from recycled textile waste, it’s an acoustic panel which looks like stone – but it’s much lighter.
Aluvy is a series of barbecues and other braziers for the outdoor. Designed by Jean Pierre Cauchy, Hugo Texier and Paul Marino, they are colourful and 100% in recyclable aluminum.
Lucybalu offers a wide range of beautiful furniture and accessories dedicated to cats. Created by Munich designer Sebastian Frank and entrepreneur Mathias Wahrenberger, all products are locally made from natural materials and designed to last.