Maison & Objet, Paris exhibits Purling London

Maison & Objet Paris Sept’16 – Purling London (@ 0:34 secs) was selected for the ‘future trends’ space

The team at Purling London luxury games headed to Paris to exhibit at Maison et Objet House of Games! We were delighted to have been selected by Vincent Grégoire, Alice d’Orglandes d’Aboville and Nelly Rodi to be part of 2016’s imaginative and fascinating future trends exhibition, “Inspirations 2016”.  This exposition showcased the cream of innovative and sumptuous design from the luxury market.

Our chess – or as the French would say, echécs – playing cards and other luxury games, were among the highlights of the show. Notable street artist, Inkie – one of Purling London’s specially commissioned artists – designed chess pieces, with his unique urban twist to be displayed and to catch the eye in the famous design event in the iconic capital. Purling’s playing cards also made for a winning house of cards display.

Playing cards tower Maison & Objet
Purling London Playing Cards
photo credit: Maison & Objet
colourful chess pieces against a dark background
Purling London chess pieces by Inkie
photo credit: Maison & Objet
Maison et Objet, Paris

Maison et Objet House of Games with the Purling London team
Purling London team at Maison & Objet, Paris!
Maison et Objet House of Games in Paris
Maison et Objet House of Games in Paris
Maison et Objet international design show in Paris
Maison & Objet, Paris
Maison et Objet international design show
Maison & Objet, House of Games display

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