• 366 Concept

    366 Concept is a brand reviving Polish design. The brand began in 2014 by reintroducing to the market on the exclusive license the legendary 366 Easy Chair designed by Joseph Chierowski in 1962.

    366 Concept believes that business is not only about the product or the price tag, but also about how things are done. That is why brand puts great effort into making business fair: sustainable, eco-friendly and socially conscious. All products are manufactured exclusively in Poland, in modern, safe plants, by experienced craftsmen with whom we have worked for years. More than 10 specialists work on each product, and propose you a top quality collection made with love from Poland.

  • A A K S

    AAKS was founded by Akosua Afriyie-Kumi with the goal of introducing the world to her favourite weaving techniques done by the women of Ghana while also creating and igniting sustainable jobs within Africa. The essence of AAKS design philosophy is a complex combination of thoughts, design element which come from a critical attention to craftsmanship, authenticity and ethical values in their production ; while having a strong sense of identity and quality. Each collection silhouette is unique and tells a different story through detail, colour and shape. 

  • Adjamée

    Adjamée, it’s the encounter between a woman, Talissa, and a market.

    Adjamé a famous district in Abidjan, known for its market wearing the same name. And when we know that Adjamé means the encounter in Tchaman, there’s no doubt anymore. That's how it all started, Adjamé with an “e” as we use it in French for anything that is related to feminine conjugation.

    From the West to the East, the same mission continues: the "quest for the perfect fabric". Looking for diversity, relief, material, mastery of a dye or hand-making.

    If the first collection originated between Ivory Coast and Ghana, inspiration continues along the way from other countries. 

    The Adjamée universe promotes spontaneity, always in order to illuminate our daily lives.Through the objects that surround us, Adjamée’s creations have no limit and will not cease to surprise you.

  • ames

    Hola Colombia, Hola vibrant living. ames’ mission is to develop furniture and home accessories that speak to the hearts and minds of people who value cosmopolitan lifestyles. The blend  of different cultural influences results in designs for modern and unconventional, multi-functional and versatile interior concepts. Each of ames’ product families includes many different design variations, thus allowing customised interior solutions.
    The different materials and material combinations, as well as a large range of colours, upholstery textiles and frames support an almost limitless variety of designs for both the home and the contract sector. ames places the greatest importance on resource-friendly production, using sustainable and natural materials. All products are manufactured according to German or, respectively, Colombian craft traditions.

  • AS'ART

    Since 1991, AS’ART supports crafts from developing countries in accordance with the three principles of sustainable development: environmental protection, social equity, sustainable management. The principle of pleasure is one of our other fundamental values. Enjoying colors, materials, people. Pleasure of the eyes, pleasure of the senses. Decoration no longer means forgetting about design.

  • Atelier de Williams

    "I throw porcelain which I then cover with celadon enamel, personnally prepared in my workshop. Then I fire in a gas oven at 1,290°. Unique pieces and small series for decoration. Tableware is a choice I am particulary fond of. I also produce black stoneware which I fire at 1,290°. I have been doing so for the past seven years."

  • AY Illuminate

    Be it eye-catching lights made from cotton or paper, the designers of Ay illuminate always work with what they find in nature and cultures around the world. In close cooperation with artisans in Asia and Africa, they explore the natural materials and traditional skills at hand. This results in contemporary, organically shaped designs, created by local techniques in natural materials. Ay illuminate’s products celebrate the unique beauty of traditional handicrafts around the globe.

  • AYTM

    AYTM designs luxury home interior and small furniture in timeless designs. AYTM approaches the concept of Nordic design in a sophisticated and elegant manner with focus on high quality and exquisite details. In spite of their simple idiom, the products are eye-catching and impactful.
    The AYTM collection includes very decorative items as well as more functional home interiors. It has all been created with focus on contrasts of materials and surfaces, but in a beautifully balanced and soft colour palette.

  • Bloomingville

    Driven by a fascination of Nordic style and living, Creative Director Betina Stampe established Bloomingville in 2000. Since then, she has shared her passion for creative ways of keeping the home in a mode of constant change with people all across the globe. Along the way Betina’s husband, Simon Stampe, became CEO and Bloomingville has in the past 15 years grown into one of the main global brands for home interior.
    Despite the massive popularity and growth the Bloomingville mission has stayed the same: Delivering happy changes to everyday designers. This mission is made possible by a wide selection of fashionable products, reasonable prices, good quality and a high service level.

  • Broste Copenhagen

    Broste Copenhagen is more than just interior design. It is a way of life that we are eager to share with the world around us. Therefore, we create our products to reach a wide range of customers, not just the few. Broste Copenhagen is one of Scandinavia’s leading interior brands, based in Copenhagen and originates back to 1955. We have a long tradition of travelling the world for inspiration and materials, as we Scandinavians have always done. Processing is gentle, so the original feel of the material and its character remain intact – with focus on high quality and our wellknown Nordic signature in the final design.

  • Cane-Line

    Cane-line is a Danish design company with 30 years of experience in designing and manufacturing functional and comfortable furniture. Life made comfortable is the very essence of Cane-line. All over the world Cane-Line mission is the same – to make life comfortable and add value to life and the places where you unwind and relax. The brand is constantly focusing on quality, innovative technologies and comfort in both products and life to ensure that furniture is made with the greatest care for the environment and the well being of people.

  • Datcha

    Datcha’s founders, Amandine Furhmann and Mériadek Caraës, both educated in Fine Arts and the History of Art, met each another ten years ago and have worked together ever since in the world of Art and Design. This project, developed over a long period of time, is the culmination of a mutual passion for the craft industry and decoration.
    "Fascinated by the riches of craftsmanship, its diversity and its many expressions, we have wished to explore these domains and with them, cultivate our own creation. Each collection begins with research and the discovery of a specific form of production in a region, a material, a technique or particular colours which make up the identity of local heritage. This encounter creates a continuous dialogue with artisans, between traditional craftsmanship and contemporary demands. Like them, we wish to preserve these traditions and this heritage, handed down through generations and to see them live on."