Normann Copenhagen presents the Circus pouf duo: the newcomer to the eponymous collection. Here, the classic velvet surface of the seat is replaced by two woolen materials in complementary tones, reminiscent of the typical stripes of a circus tent.
The Tournaire jewelry house and the high-end switch manufacturer Meljac have combined their talents to push the limits of interior decoration and create the bronze models signed Meljac X Tournaire Décor, which transform these functional objects into true works of art. art.
In the field of interior design, Ceramiche Keope is today one of the companies in constant growth. It is a leader in the production of ceramic surfaces for exteriors and, in recent years, it has also developed increasingly high-performance solutions for interiors. It is precisely in this field that Keope returns to its original product, stone, on the occasion of Cersaie: it will present the Omnia collection, made up of porcelain stoneware surfaces inspired by the most sought-after types of European stone.
Pivoting, the Di.Big door has double side bolts, on both sides of the leaf (lock and hinges). It is supplied with the sealed threshold and two automatic skirting boards. The pre-frame is welded on 4 sides to accommodate the hinges.
Pure lightness meets monochromatic elegance: the Lissé series from Dornbracht is now available in matt black. The new finish perfectly highlights the innovative aesthetics of the taps, which brings a special touch to every bathroom.
Even today, its inimitable design and its great modularity make the Marenco sofa an essential part of contemporary furnishings. Designed by Mario Marenco in 1970, it is still an essential classic of Italian design.
A high-performance audio system and a piece of contemporary furniture, that's the idea! The French manufacturer of loudspeakers La Boite concept unveils a new range of loudspeakers in a low format and with uncompromising audio requirements: LX X.
The bathroom brand VitrA presents the Voyage collection, born from a collaboration with the artist and designer Arik Levy. Inspired by his time living and working in Japan, Arik Levy worked closely with VitrA's in-house design team to create a bathroom collection that allows both mind and body to loosen.
Launched in 2015 at the instigation of Jean Baudard and his son Charles, the Bibelo publishing house relied on the now fully dedicated creative and visionary talent of designer Margaux Keller to infuse optimism and joie de vivre into spaces to to live.