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Through Maison&Objet, SAFI, a division of Ateliers d’Art de France and RX France, has interacted with and connected the global design, home décor, and lifestyle communities for 27 years. Its distinct ability to generate connections and accelerate business, both at tradeshows and through its digital platform, and its special ability to highlight trends that will keep the heart of the home decor world beating.
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Stockholm-based Stamuli is an architecture and design firm. Emanuele Stamuli founded the studio, which specialises in retail and fashion but also works on residential and product design projects. They value logic and make it a point to incorporate ornamentation into all of their work. Colour is frequently important in their design. They approach to design with a construction mindset and enjoy project management. They are experts in textures and materials. Their enthusiasm fosters creativity and skill.
Davide Medri is a talented designer with a strong artistic sense; his designs are one-of-a-kind and have a diverse range of stylistic influences. His background in the interior design industry has helped him create one-of-a-kind pieces that retain their personality over time. He is gifted in the manipulation of light, shapes, and linearity. Every element he designs and creates, in fact, contains the magic of light, which interacts with and reflects emotions.
Abdoulaye Niang, Sammy Bernoussi, Teddy Sanches, and Zakari Boukhari founded Hall.haus in early 2020 as a collective of four designers. They promote a creative approach that stems from a journey between their surroundings (the hall) and design (haus). Their design fields of action are as follows: object, experience, and transmission. The mission of this organisation is to imagine the world of tomorrow by utilising its multicultural heritage from design, the street (in the broad sense), and its origins, to advocate for ecological transition, and to make the design more accessible, particularly to young people.
Ibride is a French design firm that creates one-of-a-kind furniture and objects. Embracing the Ibride universe means broadening your interior field of possibilities and cultivating difference as a vector of freedom. Ibride brings together all of the skills needed to meet the demand for uniqueness and customised design. Ibride’s prolific creativity is sensitive to its customers’ needs, adapts to the environment, and most importantly, elevates and contextualises shared ideas. Thanks to the study of materials and the excellence of its manufacturing process, Ibride can concentrate on strength and endurance in its creations, especially when they are intended for public spaces.
Since its inception in 1964, Seletti in Cicognara, Mantova, has adhered to its founding principles of professionalism in service, continuous research to seek improvement, and creativity. The primary goals of the company are design initiatives and the superiority of Italian creativity. Collections that combine art with everyday symbols communicate a message of form and function and offer their clients a glimpse of a distinct, individual, and enjoyable lifestyle. Seletti’s current focus is on new projects, which continue his investigation into the concept of beauty.
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