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For those unable to make it or check out all the exhibotors at iSaloni last year, or any other major trade fair, read on for an insight into our favourite design brands present at these events, and that everyone should include in their homes:
Italian brand Kartell, founded in 1949, are well known for their trendy shapes and colourful pieces, counting with collaborations with famous designers from all around the world.
With a strong mid-century design influences and strong jazz references, the young Portuguese brand has a wide range of products, from suspension lamps to graphic pieces. Delightfull’s pieces have a strong personality and bring character to the environment they’re placed in.
Portuguese brand Brabbu have seen tremendous growth over the past 2 years, and have become increasingly notorious within the furniture and interior decoration/architecture industries.
Roche Bobois embrace trendy designs with living functionality, and are a definite must have in every house-hold.
Boca do Lobo’s exquisite furniture began carving a mark in the furniture industry over 10 years ago, with the launch of their Soho collection in London back in 2005.
Koket’s luxurious furniture gives any environment a female yet elegant touch, without going overboard.
Albeit being a relatively young brand, Tom Nixon has revolutionised British furniture and design for over 30 years, and has gained much international appraise.
Notorious for their eclectic designs, Moroso is a family owned company that has been around for over 60 year. With collaborations with numerous well known designers, from Monica Armani to Marc Newson, and most recently, in their collaboration with Diesel, Moroso’s luxurious sofas and other furniture pieces are considered true art pieces.
Nanimarquina is a Barcelona based brand that creates some of the coolest rugs on the market. Their irreverent designs and use of innovative materials and production techniques have become a sensation among design lovers.
German brand Dedon pioneered the use of synthic fibre weaving in luxurious outdoor furniture.