The Poliform Paris showroom is renewed on the occasion of the Parisian fair to present the new collections.
Poliform Paris changes its look and, in view of the Maison&Objet In The City event, proposes new interior sets, enhanced with new furnishing proposals. The Parisian showroom at 33 Rue du Bac – developed in collaboration with the historical partner Silvera – thus becomes a protagonist in the “out of salon” circuit of Maison&Objet that from 17 to 22 January animates the city with a review of events and appointments dedicated to design and decoration. The occasion is therefore ideal to show the new collections, perfectly in line with the eclectic and refined atmosphere that surrounds them. Inside the historic twentieth-century building that houses Poliform Paris, original settings punctuate the 450 square metres, spread across three floors, into which the exhibition space is divided: from lounge and living environments, to the sleeping and dining area, up to the kitchens that occupy the entire first floor, the new items live in harmony with the brand’s bestsellers and iconic designs. Here, therefore, is the latest proposal created by the designer Emmanuel Gallina, the Monolith table for indoor use, next to the timeless systems designed by Jean-Marie Massaud for the living area: we are referring to the Saint-Germain, Mondrian and West Side sofas. And again, the new Alea Pro and Artex Pro kitchens are revealed in extensive compositions that show their modularity and dynamism. To complete the restyling of the showroom, there are the Wall System cabinets, the Concorde and Henry tables, the Curve and Grace chairs, and the Mad armchairs. The result is a design symphony dedicated to elegance.
33 Rue du Bac
75007 Paris, France