C&G TV Presents MAISON&OBJET Paris



C&GTV, a new video programming channel from the editors of CTC&G (Connecticut Cottages & Gardens), HC&G (Hamptons Cottages & Gardens), NYC&G (New York Cottages & Gardens) and SFC&G (San Francisco Cottages & Gardens), is proud to present MAISON&OBJET Paris! Kendell Cronstrom, Editor in Chief of  NYC&G and HC&G, was given special access to go behind the scenes at MAISON&OBJET, thus providing an inside look at the magnificent Paris show.

In the video, Kendell speaks with Raffaella Vignatelli, U.S. President Luxury Living of Fendi Casa about what's exciting and important about showcasing their products at the show, as well as their thoughts on the exhibition coming to America in May 2015. The cameras follow Kendell as he explores some of the fabulous booths such as Ralph Lauren, Saint-Louis, Missoni Home. Also included is an exclusive interview with the MAISON&OBJET Americas' first Designer of the Year, Zanini de Zanine. 

"C&GTV is an exciting new extension of the Cottages & Gardens' brand, further enhancing the broad reach of our gorgeous print publications, website and social media platforms," says Kendell Cronstrom. "Filming behind the scenes at the MAISON&OBJET design fair in Paris brings virtually instantaneous coverage of the latest and greatest news in the design world to our devoted audience-almost as if they were at the fair themselves. Talk about instant gratification!" 

"MAISON&OBJET was delighted to collaborate on this video with C&GTV, as they provide a small preview to the launch of MAISON&OBJET Americas in Miami next May 12-15th, says Phillippe Brocart, the Managing Director of SAFI (which owns and operates MAISON&OBJET). "We chose Miami Beach for MAISON&OBJET Americas not only for it's strategic positioning with quick access to some very important geographic areas, but also for the vibrancy and energy of the city. The art deco architecture coexisting so beautifully with the numerous starchitect projects have created a dynamic environment in which these creative endeavors can thrive."