Lladró started off the new season with its annual participation at Maison et Objet, the must-visit fair in Paris turned the city into the world capital of home decor and lifestyle. Participants were given the chance to discover the infinite possibilities of the brand’s luxurious porcelain.

The multi-sensorial booth of Lladró was designed by the interior designer Carmen Baselga. The space she created was divided into four different thematic areas, each one of them focused on showcasing the versatility of porcelain in the HeritageNew Concept and Lighting categories. Lladró presented its latest creations and revealed once again that it has become a benchmark for 21st-century design, never losing the opportunity to innovate and demonstrate its infinite capacity to break the limits of porcelain. New Concept creations such as surprising home accessories or additions to Light&Scent collection embraced creativity at the service of contemporary design sculptures.

This year, Lladró also presented its two latest collaboration projects with renowned artists: Spanish illustrator Ricardo Cavolo expanded The Guest family with two original pieces and Marcel Wanders designed a new version of Nightbloom in white and gold, both applauded by attendants for their constant innovation renewal.