Wallpaper is our favorite design medium. So when they mention our work, we feel very satisfied again. This time New York-based editor Pei-Ru Keh included our Travel prints in her Highlights report from this year ICFF. Thanks!


Wallpaper is our favorite design medium. So when they mention our work, we feel very satisfied again. This time New York-based editor Pei-Ru Keh included our Travel prints in her Highlights report from this year ICFF. Thanks!

French anonymous illuminated table, 1950s
French anonymous illuminated table, 1950s
Pierre Guariche, Illuminated table for Disderot, 1958
Pierre Guariche, Illuminated table for Disderot, 1958
Johanna Grawunder, Ocular coffee table for gallery Mourmans, 2001
Johanna Grawunder, Ocular coffee table for gallery Mourmans, 2001
Guy de Rougemont, The Cloud table, 1971
Guy de Rougemont, The Cloud table, 1971
Joseph-André Motte, Light Table for Edition Charron, 1959
Joseph-André Motte, Light Table for Edition Charron, 1959
Verner Panton, Ilumesa table, 1969
Verner Panton, Ilumesa table, 1969
Han Koning, Static plastic table, 2013
Han Koning, Static plastic table, 2013
Daniel Rybakken, Subconscious Effect of Daylight table, 2008
Daniel Rybakken, Subconscious Effect of Daylight table, 2008
Shiro Kuromata, Luminous Table, 1969
Shiro Kuromata, Luminous Table, 1969
Pierre Charpin, Table with Canopy for Kreo, 2001
Pierre Charpin, Table with Canopy for Kreo, 2001
Ingo Maurer, LED table, 2003
Ingo Maurer, LED table, 2003
Charlie Crowther-Smith and Richard Bannister, The Night Light tables, 2010
Charlie Crowther-Smith and Richard Bannister, The Night Light tables, 2010

We have selected some of the spectacular luminous or lightning tables from the history as well as contemporary scene.






Swedish camera-producer Hasselblad has presented its new Lunar camera.

Designed as a homage to legendary 500C camera from 1957, which was the first camera in space in 1962, the Lunar is a contemporary digital machine of five different designs including models with two types of leather, carbon, mahagony or olive wood. Vintage look meets progressive technology in this beautiful camera.





Designed by Alfred Roth in 1934, this chair we have found in the collection of furniture made by Columbus in their factory outside Milan.

Swiss modernist Alfred Roth (1903 - 1998) has designed this chair for progressive furniture manufacture Embru. Produced by Columbus, the chair features aluminium frame made out of thin tubes and colored aluminium bands. It is very original, timeless and not so well known example of the 1930s modernist furniture.





Designed by Alfred Roth in 1934, this chair we have found in the collection of furniture made by Columbus in their factory outside Milan.

Swiss modernist Alfred Roth (1903 - 1998) has designed this chair for progressive furniture manufacture Embru. Produced by Columbus, the chair features aluminium frame made out of thin tubes and colored aluminium bands. It is very original, timeless and not so well known example of the 1930s modernist furniture.



Our favorite French producer Petzl has developed the lightest climbing helmet ever produced.

With a maximum weight of 165 g, the SIROCCO helmet becomes the new standard in terms of lightness. The monobloc construction minimizes helmet weight while retaining excellent impact resistance, due to the mechanical properties of expanded polypropylene (EPP). The textile adjustment system also contributes to its lightness. This helmet comes with a new magnetic buckle which allows the chinstrap to be attached with one hand. The SIROCCO helmet also has excellent ventilation distributed around the helmet.


We are proud to announce our participation at Here & There exhibition at Various Projects curated by our friend and founder of Field company, Washington-based Jonah Takagi.






We are proud to announce our participation at Here & There exhibition at Various Projects curated by our friend and founder of Field company, Washington-based Jonah Takagi.









Our friends from ACE furniture company presented their new collection of wooden furniture in the collaboration with Adrien Rovero at Salone del Mobile in Milan last month. This beautiful catalogue they introduced as well.

ACE is a collaborative project of Camille Blin, Arnault Weber and Emmanuel Mbessé founded two years ago. This catalogue/poster featuring nice illustration of Swiss mountains by Jeremy Schorderet caught our eyes very much. New products include Bout de Bois bottle opener and Capra bench by Adrien Rovero or Suspension hanging light by ACE team.

More on minimalist bottle opener very soon.