The trend area at the September 2017 Maison&Objet in Paris was devised by Francois Bernard,with a collection of sofas, armchairs and cushions in big, cuddly styles that explicitly invite you to relax. Among the exhibitors, Italian brand Seletti, well known for its fun, eclectic streak, and for its collaboration with famous artist, Maurizio Cattelan, which revealed itself to be one of the best proponents of the latest trends. Its stand was dominated by a large sofa, featuring a lightweight metal frame, similar to a large basket, filled almost casually by soft cushions in different sizes. Toilet Paper, the magazine founded by photographer Pier Paolo Ferrari and Maurizio Cattelan, is behind the bright-coloured floral covering of a vintage style armchair with cherry wood frame. Studio Job, the surrealist Belgian duo who often works with Seletti, has proposed a soft, provocative design, inventing a limited edition series of sofas, poufs and cushions in the shapes of hamburgers, hot dogs and tomatoes, all covered in soft felt. The allusion to food in a revival period seems to be an explicit reference to the art of the early American pop period.