Maison et Objet

Posted: 27/09/17
 

Tina Norden, Director of Conran and Partners, talks hotel innovation alongside Werner Aisslinger, designer and founder of Studio Aisslinger, Nathalie ROZENCWAJG, RARE, Paris, moderated by Guy Dittrich, editor-at-large at Sleeper Magazine; and of course, managed to sneak in some sight-seeing whilst she was in Paris!

“Hotels are the crucible of interior design – places where designers can “test drive” the advanced and the new with a demanding audience of reviewers – the guests. Hotels offer the chance to experiment with the use of space, materials, even functionality. And guests are prepared to pay a premium for such differentiation. Discover how other sectors are increasingly “borrowing” from the ever changing face of hospitality interiors. Learn the tricks of taking calculated risks from our panel who work at the margin with some of the most enlightened owners giving them fabulous chances to be creative.”
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'Amazing Parisian weekend with a panel discussion at Maison et Objet on Hotel Innovation followed by Dior, Brancusi and Hockney. Hoxton Paris is incredible and a great success - particularly the cute speakeasy bar....
Officially back in love with this city!'

Tina Norden | Director
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