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Living South Side 2014: the magazine comes alive

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The lifestyle of Maisons Côté Sud comes alive.

J. Guillot

Art de vivre, decorative ideas, delicacies, original staging ... All the charm of Côté Sud becomes real with the Vivre Côté Sud lounge, in Aix-en-Provence from June 6 to 9, 2014.

The Maisons Côté Sud magazine has become over time a true reference of style, art of living and decoration of the South. It expresses the essence and spirit of the Mediterranean, while remaining true to its values: the quest for beauty, respect for talent, the desire for authenticity. It is the know-how of always and the most innovative creations that intermingle over the pages.

Maisons Côté Sud, reference of style and decoration of the South.

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The Salon Vivre Côté Sud 2014, or walk in a magazine

For four days, during the weekend of Pentecost, from June 6 to 9, 2014, the magazine comes to life in a charming place, the Jourdan Park in Aix-en-Provence. This is an opportunity to find all the cherished values ​​of the magazine, through a path organized by thematic areas, such as the sections of the magazine: Creators, Facilities, Talents, Garden, Flavors, Decor, Brocante, and even Projects, the space reserved for professionals.
The show offers a concentrate of ideas, original creations, objects, animations, and staging of high quality around the theme of this year: Canvas and veils. This is the rendezvous not to be missed for all those who want to see, touch, smell, listen and taste the South! It is also an opportunity to meet and discuss with enthusiasts, and why not make new professional contacts in the Projects area.

Exhibit & Visit

Who exposes? more than 200 exhibitors, companies, artists and artisans, who embody the spirit of the South.
Who visits? More than 20,000 visitors, professionals and individuals, who participate in conferences, workshops, and discover trends and scenography.

And always…
Thematic stagings, animations, a new contest, and full of surprises!

A walk through the pages of the magazine.

J. Guillot

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