So, the Luxury Design And Craftsmanship Summit 2018 is going to happen! In one of the sunniest cities of Europe, the ancient crafts are going to be celebrated with some of the most amazing names in the industry of the design world and you can bet that luxury design will be the highlight.
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For two days, 20 – 21st of June 2018, Oporto will be the centre stage of Design and Craftsmanship Summit. Organized by the design group – Covet Group, the summit will bring some of the most amazing speakers along with some of the best artisans in the country. You’re set to have a good time.
Bringing along some of the most creative minds in the design industry, the place to talk about where the craftsmanship heritage and the modern world meet. For two days in a row, you’ll be able to experience to the event where luxury meets artisanship.
“The first panel dedicated to The Value of Craftsmanship for the Luxury World will showcase real case studies that translate the meaning of exclusivity and authenticity. This day will be closed by Gondomar’s Mayor, Marco Martins with a Port of Honor.”
On the second day, on the 21st of June, two panels will be presented: “Design as a Driving force for Local Craftsmanship”, a closer look into the rise of the Designer-Maker, a journey from the past towards a new cultural progress to promote creativity and innovation, while respecting traditions and safeguarding heritage.
The closing panel will be “Luxury Branding: The Behind the Scenes Story” and it will debate the connexion between the heritage techniques and its usage for the most recent marketing campaigns of leading luxury business brands.
Michaelangelo Foundation, an international non-profit entity that celebrates and preserves master craftsmanship and strengthens its connection to the world of design.
The Michelangelo Foundation is an international non-profit entity that celebrates and preserves master craftsmanship and strengthens its connection to the world of design.”
Fundação Ricardo Espírito Santo Silva, a foundation created with the objective of protecting and disseminating the Portuguese Decorative Arts and the handicrafts related to them.
Vista Alegre, the oldest porcelain factory in the Iberian Peninsula – mydesignagenda claims, “Vista Alegre is one of the oldest porcelain manufacturers of Europe and it’s also one of the most popular ones in the porcelain industry.”
Topázio, a Portuguese company with more than 140 years of history, is an expert in the creation and production of unique designed hand-carved silver. A brand that has been dominating the jewel industry for over a century, the worldwide brand embodies the best of the principles of craftsmanship.
What about Portuguese brands? Boca do Lobo, with a furniture art design that is worldwide recognized for its innovative design whose pieces of furniture are an exclusive, emotional and creative experience to anyone. “Get ready to be presented with a complete know-how experience of how to elevate design and create stunning handcrafted pieces.”
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Maison&Objet Asia 2015 is now over. This is the event that brought together the arst of living and gathered the players of the furniture and design sector. The new trends have been made at Maison&Objet Asia, unveiling new talents, offering new sources of inspiration, promoting creativity and providing a springboard for brand enhancement.
But the best of all – it all happened under the same roof at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
And you don’t need to be curious any more about what you missed around Singapore these last few days, because here at Home Design Ideas we are sharing with you the first impressions and highlights about the design world unveiled at Maison&Objet Asia.
A highlight of this year’s Maison&Objet Asia, Tokyo Tribal is a furniture collection featuring twenty-five items, including stools, chairs, tables and shelves. Designed exclusively by Nendo for Industry+
Gan Rugs has expanded into accessories with the Detroit collection by Mapi Millet. The collection includes foot stools and pillows made from strips of wool felt that intertwine like woven baskets.
Covet Lounge is a project where 5 founding European design brands, Boca do Lobo, DelightFULL, BRABBU, KOKET and Maison Valentina, have formed a group of designers & specialists aiming to fulfill the void in the design industry. This project consists of a place where designers, architects, press, bloggers and field experts come together for a design celebration. They will take you on a journey where innovation meets comfort and luxury.
Available in four sizes, Neon is a range of new side tables designed by Sebastian Herkner for Haymann Editions.
The year 2015 also marks an important milestone for Maison&Objet as it celebrated its 20th anniversary in Paris, last January and will launch the first Maison&Objet Americas in Miami Beach, from 12 to 15 of May.
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