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Oct18

Hampton's Exhibit at Maison & Objet

Europe’s largest design exhibition – Maison & Objet – has just wrapped up in Paris and, as one of the most important events in the design calendar, the show did not disappoint. Designers, architects, aficionados and buyers, descended on Paris to view and appreciate high quality design, innovation and the best of creativity.

Hampton Conservatories exhibited a stunning, bespoke, hardwood orangery, which illustrated the versatility of these structures by providing stylish sitting and dining areas, all within one airy elegant space. The Orangery also showcased Hamptons’ Heritage Casement Windows, with ultra-fine 17mm glazing bars, as well as the company’s unique patented ‘QuattroGlide’, Sliding Sash Window.

Throughout the week of Maison & Objet, visitors were captivated by the outstanding design, detailing and finish that exemplify Hamptons’ commitment to quality. Our Design Consultants, who were on hand to provide inspiration and information, were delighted to receive enquiries and accolades from every part of the world.

Hampton Conservatories recently celebrated its’ 30th year of manufacturing, and exhibiting at the Maison and Objet show is a milestone its’ development. Mervyn Montgomery MD said, “We’re absolutely delighted to have been selected to exhibit at this prestigious show. We have installed projects, both private and commercial, in countries as diverse as Australia, Kazakhstan, and the USA, as well as in most European countries. Hampton’s solid reputation, built over the years, has secured our status as a trusted partner for architects, construction professionals, designers and home-owners, within the UK and Europe. However we’re keen to further grow our international business and collaborate with designers and architects worldwide.”

Hamptons is no stranger to exhibiting at the worlds’ major international shows, having previously displayed full size conservatories and show gardens at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and Tatton Park Flower Show in England, as well as Melbourne International Flower Show, Philadelphia International Flower Show and the prestigious Macy’s Flower Show in New York.