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NEWS & TRENDS WORLDWIDE
BOOKS WE COVET
018 M&O Jan 2020: Let’s talk about what’s new!
104 Unexpected Pucci: Interiors: Furniture, Ceramics
024 Paris: The Luxury and Design guide
and Art Pieces
SHOWROOMS WE COVET
HOTELS WE COVET 107 Hotel Continental and Theatercaféen, Oslo
TREND BY FILE
109 Hotel EAST, Miami
070 Exclusive interview with Nini Andrade Silva
WORLD’S FINEST RESTAURANTS INSPIRATIONS
113 Atelier Amaro, Poland
072 2020 Interior Design Trends Room by Room
115 L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, New York 117 La Leggenda dei Frati, Italy
EXCLUSIVE INTERIVEW Interview With Spain’s Most CovetED Designers:
LUXURY SPAS WE COVET
089 The relation between Portuguese Design Industry
121 I LOVE SKIN SPA, Estoril
and Spanish Interior Designers by Erico Navazo 090 Feminism Trends as Inspiration by
Patricia Bustos 091 Creating spaces with storytelling with Blanca Hevia 092 Marcel Wanders and Gabriele Chiave 094 Johannes Torpe 096 Lorenza Luti
PROJECTS 099 Hotel Victor Hugo, Paris 100 Carol Kurth Architecture, Houston 102 Greybrook House Penthouse, London
COVER CREDITS: Hotel Victor Hugo, Paris France
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Dear readers, This issue starts by guiding you through the best news and trends coming from Maison & Objet, followed by an amazing luxury and design guide of the astonishing city of love and lights, Paris. If you are looking for inspiration, this issue features a curated selection of the top showrooms of the best cities in the world. Following the cover theme, we prepared an amazing article in partnership with TrendBook, presenting you the 2020 interior design trends, divided by room division. Speaking of room by room trends, CovetED Magazine prepared a refined selection of the best interior design projects worldwide! You can also count with a sneak peek of Maison & Objet 2020 and Paris Déco Off. We couldn’t forget the restaurants, hotels and spas! In this issue, we bring you some of the world’s finest places, filled with design inspiration and luxurious ambiances. Be inspired by the 2020 interior design trends we bring you and enjoy CovetED nº16!
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NEWS & TRENDS We believe that design is everywhere. There are so many inspirations available that anything can be turned into an incredible piece of furniture or be the starting point of an impressive project. CovetED brings you some of the news and trends of the design world that will surely inspire many changes to come. JOANA VASCONCELOS WILL LAUNCH AN EXHIBITION IN BOSTON’S NEW MUSEUM Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos was invited to create a monumental installation for the opening of the new Boston Contemporary Art Museum in the United States on February 22nd, 2020. The piece will be created specifically for the MassArt Art Museum (MAAM) space, in what will be Vasconcelos’ first solo exhibition in the United States. Part of the Valkyrie series, the piece was created to honour Elizabeth ‘Mumbet’ Freeman, an enslaved woman whose legal battle for freedom in 1781 helped outlaw slavery in the US state of Massachusetts. Titled ‘Valkyrie Mumbet’ (2020), the oversized piece, with a centre from which tentacle arms come out, will be suspended.
SMART WOOD BY STARCK FOR KARTELL: WHEN WOOD MEETS TECHNOLOGY
COVET LONDON SHOWCASES NEW COLLECTION
Revealed during Salone del Mobile 2019 in Milan, the Smart Wood Collection
Covet House is known for its design experiences and Covet London is an
by Philippe Starck for Kartell was born from an ecological engagement and
intimate encounter attached to an authentic scenario. Conceived with
the continuous search for innovation.
different collections of furniture, lighting and accessories, Covet London
Using patented technology, the wood is worked with a mold designed to
now has a new image, with fresh designs that represent a totally different
bring the curvature of the panel to the very edges, creating a seat with sinuous
experience (changed for the better, of course!). The private showflat in the
roundness, combining the beauty of the wood and its ability to connect to
heart of London offers an intimate design reality since it is decorated as a real
nature with extraordinarily ergonomic lines. For the first time ever, Kartell
home. If you liked the old designs, you will love the new ones – schedule a
has managed to bring three-dimensionality to a product that, until now, had
visit and see for yourself! You will be guided along the tour so you can also
understand the amazing stories behind each piece, making sure you get the
The collection features pieces of furniture that combine timeless elegance
full design experience.
with contemporary shapes.
BEST OF MONACO YACHT SHOW 2019 From 25th to 28th September 2019, the Monaco Yacht Show featured the most impressive fleet of superyachts in the history of the event and attracted a record-breaking number of exhibitors: 600 companies came to energise the yachting market, drawing an encouragingly vast and committed clientele to the show. For four days, 125 superyachts worth a combined $4.3 billion came together in the Mediterranean, with 44 making their debuts. Four prizes were awarded at the 6th Monaco Yacht Show Superyacht Awards ceremony. The list of winners comprised three vessels: Attila (64m, Sanlorenzo) received the MYS/RINA Award for its design, which complies with the environmental standards established by RINA, the Italian company in charge of classifying superyachts; TIS, a brand new 111-metre yacht by German shipyard Lürssen, received the MYS Interior Design Award; and lastly, Excellence (80m, Abeking & Rasmussen) won two prizes: the MYS Exterior Design Award, and the ceremony’s most prestigious award, the MYS Finest New Superyacht Award.
AIRELLES CHÂTEAU DE VERSAILLES, LE GRAND CONTRÔLE Set within the perimeter of the Palace grounds, Le Grand Contrôle will be the only hotel of its kind in the world, offering exclusive access and experiences at Château de Versailles to staying guests. The 14-bedroom luxury hotel will feature an 18th-century style, with architect
CHEVAL BLANC UNVEILS A NEW CONTEMPORARY HAVEN IN PARIS FOR SPRING 2020
and interior designer Christophe Tollemer in charge of its
With only 72 rooms and suites, Cheval Blanc Paris is a historic building with a
design. Besides having a private spa, guests will also be able
contemporary spirit imagined by the worldwide renowned Peter Marino. A confidential
to indulge in a first-class restaurant led by Alain Ducasse,
haven where lovers, families and friends meet, it features a strong sense of Art Déco heritage
who has been a partner in the exciting project from the very
and pays tribute to French savoir-faire and craftsmanship. Cheval Blanc inspires the City
beginning. The sprawling royal residence plans on opening
of Lights with a new vibrant and brilliant energy. Seize the day by overlooking the scenic
its doors on the spring of 2020.
panorama and capture the soul of Paris from the winter garden.
THE BVLGARI HOTEL PARIS TO OPEN IN 2020 Paris is always a good idea but in 2020 it will be an even better one. The Bvlgari Hotel Paris will open its doors in the prestigious address of 30 Avenue George V. The Bvlgari Hotels & Resorts latest jewel will feature 76 rooms, a 25-metre pool, bar and restaurant, as well as a Parisian courtyard. Set on an exquisite corner of the Triangle d’Or, the Hotel will be designed by Italian architectural firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel and will combine the classic Parisian Haussmann-style with a contemporary rationalistic façade.
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MAISON & OBJET JANUARY 2020 Whatâ€™s new! Since 1995, Maison & Objet has been the worldâ€™s foremost event for professionals in the lifestyle, interior design and design industries. Each edition brings together over 3,000 exhibitors and more than 85,000 unique visitors, half coming from outside France. Promoting new contacts and emerging talents, this fair presents the latest sources of inspiration. By shedding light on current and future trends, Maison & Objet has become a catalyst for brand development and business growth.
Launched in September 2016, the digital platform MOM (MAISON & OBJET AND MORE) offers a comprehensive overview of up-to-date news and products from the manufacturers, artisans and designers who exhibit at the fair. A bottomless source of inspiration, it also provides a tool for visitors to communicate directly with thousands of brands throughout the year. Below, you can see a brief preview of what to expect from this year’s edition in the City of Lights. MICHAEL ANASTASSIADES: THE DESIGNER OF THE YEAR Michael Anastassiades launched his lighting brand in 2007 and presented it first-hand at Maison & Objet. In 2020, he comes back as Designer of the Year. In the last 13 years, he has become one of the most poetic and prolific lighting designers. The work of this Cypriot designer features simple shapes and volumes - a sphere, a line, a circle - to create a rich language where uncertainty and imbalance reign. The simplicity of his designs is a labour of love, something that is not easily achieved. He strongly believes that designers create relationships and interactions between people and crafts. A master of Light, Anastassiades believes that to design a lamp, you need to embrace darkness. He defends the idea that lights are a source of warmth and is completely fascinated with its glow. Michael Anastassiades’s almost obsessive search for the essence of an object leads him to a misleading simplicity. The simplicity encourages curiosity, and curiosity leads to participation and interaction, a constant feature of all Anastassiades’s projects.
DISCOVER UNIQUE SAFES AND EXCLUSIVE CABINETRY WITH AGRESTI Since 1949 that Agresti manufactures jewelry boxes, armoires with safes, watch and game boxes in precious woods with high-quality workmanship. From metals to leather, from crystals to suede, from stones to brass, everything is strictly environmentally-friendly handcrafted. Safety, elegance, refinement: these are the guidelines for Agresti, that for over 70 years has been manufacturing elegant pieces. Their wide range of products includes exclusive brass necklaces holder, innovative Swiss mechanisms for automatic watches charge, drawers to store jewellery of any kind, compartments equipped to carefully collect pens, watches and documents, refined items for cigars and games and even elegant wine cellars for wine and spirits Hall 8 – Stand A24
THE WORLDWIDE RECOGNIZED QUALITY OF THE ‘MADE IN ITALY’ FURNITURE OF MERIDIANI Meridiani is a ‘Made in Italy’ furniture company, distinguished by its timeless and versatile collections for an all-embracing lifestyle. Meridiani’s limited edition projects are born to surprise and are realized in a complex and elaborated way. The soul of the products maintains the continuous quest for the synthesis between design, craftsmanship and attention to detail. Hall 8 - Stand C101
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LEARN, LIVE AND DREAM WITH PORADA At Porada, everything is born from the love of wood. The solid wood is worked with the craftsmanship of those who know how to turn a log into a piece of artwork. Porada has its origin from this passion. It was established in 1968 by Luigi Allievi with the aim of expanding the production of chairs that started in 1948. Porada’s collection is wide and varied, made up of a multitude of occasional furniture developed in cooperation with international designers. Hall 8 - Stand C116
THE SIMPLICITY OF OCHRE IN LIGHTING, FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES OCHRE: lighting, furniture and accessories. OCHRE creates objects of style and beauty which are both timeless and contemporary. The collection consists of furniture, lighting and accessories with emphasis on the use of high-quality craftsmanship. The simplicity and honesty of form, together with the luxurious materials, result in an understated elegance, which has become the signature of OCHRE. Hall 8
COVET HOUSE, THE MOST POWERFUL TOOL TO INSPIRE AND BOOST CREATIVITY With more than 2000 products, 1300 inspirations and the clear mission of boosting the creativity of the interior design community, Covet House offers a curated selection of contemporary designs from the world’s top furniture, lighting and accessory brands. At this year ’s Maison & Objet, you can only expect the best of modern luxury with the exclusive design of Boca do Lobo, BRABBU’s Design Forces, unique mid-century modern furniture and lighting of Essential Home and DelightFULL, the bold graphic designed rugs of Rug’Society, the majestic jewelry hardware of PullCast, the opullence of Koket and the modern design of LUXXU. You will also be able to enter a magical kingdom of luxury kids’ bedroom furniture with Circu and meet the most bespoke bathroom furniture with Maison Valentina. Hall 8
ADD GLAMOUR AND SENSUALITY TO YOUR HOME WITH ROBERTO CAVALLI HOME TABLEWARE Roberto Cavalli Home encapsulates the brandâ€™s penchant for all things
way towards glamorous home decoration and gifts, only the finest
Italian across its covetable range of luxury bed linen sets, elegant
fabrics and materials are used, with coveted homeware exclusives
tableware and glassware. Drawing inspiration from the iconic prints
adding to the glamour and sensuality that this brand will deliver.
and patterns of the clothing collections as bespoke animal prints and
You can completely transform your living space with everything from
damask, the colours and textures feature vibrant intertwining details
astonishing dinnerware to plush cushions and much more.
and ornate trims, including tassels and golden braiding. Paving the
SELETTI, A HISTORY OF VISION AND EVOLUTION Ever since it was established in 1964 in Cicognara, Mantova,
characterises the Italian excellence. Today, SELETTI aims at a new
the company has pursued its mission of making the most of
kind of production and daily life, an ongoing journey within the
professionalism, service and, above all, an endless product research,
idea of beauty when it comes to design, art de la table, furniture,
striving for improvement, innovation and originality.
lighting, object and decoration.
SELETTI focuses on design projects and on the creativity which
Hall 6 - Stand J16 / K15
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FIND THE MOST LUXURY BATHROOMS WITH ANTONIO LUPI Innovation is inherent in the DNA of the company. The key factors
collection of furniture features an essential image and clean lines, just
which keep inspiring Lupi’s family are the highest standards of
like the brand’s style. There’s also a new carpet collection by Antonio
quality, customer care and a wide range of collections with a deep
Lupi which is an articulated world of signs, geometries, graphics,
passion for work. Tailor-made production allows to adapt every
neutral textures and subtle traces, which spans through an encounter
product to the requirements of the clients through a high degree
between the artistic avant-garde of the early 20th century and the
of customization. Their new collections are pure and timeless with
minimal art of the late 60s, reinterpreting them in a contemporary
simple geometric shapes and rigorous and essential structure, which
and modern way.
is embellished by the quality of the finishes and materials used. The
Hall 6 - Stand J11
ZAHA HADID DESIGN, INTERPRETING THE ORDINARY INTO SOMETHING UNEXPECTED Zaha Hadid Design (ZHD) was established in 2006 by Zaha Hadid and operates under the lead of co-directors Woody Yao and Maha Kutay. Pushing the boundaries of contemporary design, ZHD implements the latest technological and material advancements in design, often in collaboration with the world’s most respected brands. The ZHD portfolio is cross-disciplinary and includes design in fashion, jewellery, furniture and finishes, interiors, exhibitions, installations and set-design. Co-Director Woody Yao explains: ‘The strength of the collection lies in our ability to interpret the ordinary into something unexpected. When designing objects, Zaha was never constrained by any given use or spatial context. We continue to follow and draw strength from this approach so that the collection has room to evolve without compromising the integrity of the design.’ Hall 6
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PARIS: LUXURY AND DESIGN GUIDE Paris, also known as the City of Lights, deserves its reputation as the most romantic city in the world. Its centre is small and ideal for visiting by foot, with every turn revealing a famous landmark, a cosy café, a smart boutique or a busy boulevard. There are hotels to suit every visitor, from the palatial to the contemporary, the trend-setting to the classical. Paris is also the home of great food and boasts a plethora of trendy restaurants and Michelin-starred establishments. CovetED brings you the ultimate luxury and design guide, including the best luxury hotels and restaurants, so you can enjoy Paris to its fullest.
Le Royal Monceau The unique aesthetic, incredible location and remarkable facilities make
Elysées, reopened in 2010 after a glamorous transformation by top
Le Royal Monceau one of the most luxurious establishments in the world,
designer Philippe Starck. Its 149 rooms and suites, art pieces and iconic
loved by those who have an adventurous and bold spirit, along with a
decor make it a Paris staple.
taste for the very best. The hotel, located steps away from the Champs
Address: 37 Avenue Hoche, 75008 Paris, France
Hôtel de Crillon Le Cinq Codet
Considered one of the world’s most majestic hotels, Hôtel de Crillon is a
Le Cinq Codet is a five-star hotel that has the best location in the city:
historic landmark that personifies the poise, elegance and spirit of Paris. With
between the Eiffel Tower and the Invalides Museum. The building dates back
an exquisite Neoclassical façade and architecture, the hotel was designed
to the 30s and its art-deco geometry and architecture stands out amongst the
to captivate all its guests. The late Karl Lagerfeld designed the Grands
surrounding constructions.Designed by Jean-Philippe Nuel, this hotel has a
Appartements suites, that feature bespoke furniture, unique bathroom
modern and contemporary elegance that you just can’t miss.
decors, a dining room and ultra-contemporary design dressing rooms.
Address: 5 Rue Louis Codet, 75007 Paris, France
Address: 10, Place de la Concorde, 75008 Paris, France
Hôtel Providence Dating back to 1854, the building was formerly an “hôtel de passe” (a short-time hotel) before its complete renovation overseen by Parisian architect Philippe Medioni. The hotel offers the best accommodations, a true sense of living the Parisian lifestyle and a stunning decoration. Address: 90 Rue René Boulanger, 75010 Paris, France
Hotel Victor Hugo
Ideally located opposite the Tuileries Garden, between Place de la
Dating back to 1854, the building was formerly an “hôtel de passe” (a
Concorde and the Louvre Museum, Le Meurice Hotel is a serene five-star
short-time hotel) before its complete renovation overseen by Parisian
place, where 18th-century architecture meets the latest in contemporary
architect Philippe Medioni. The hotel offers the best accommodations,
comfort and elegance.
a true sense of living the Parisian lifestyle and a stunning decoration.
Address: 228 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France
Address: 90 Rue René Boulanger, 75010 Paris, France
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Perfectly situated at 19 Avenue Kléber, The Peninsula sits in the heart of Paris
Hôtel Ritz is located in the Vendôme and Cambon buildings, with rooms
within walking distance of some of the world’s most famous monuments,
overlooking Vendôme Square. On the opposite side, there are rooms
museums and luxury shopping districts. The Peninsula houses 200 luxurious
overlooking the hotel’s famous garden. The Ritz has become the favourite
rooms, including 86 suites. Inspired by Haute Couture, the theme suites
hotel of many wealthy people in the world, among them Ernest Hemingway
at The Peninsula Paris hotel – some of the French capital’s most spacious
(from whom a bar was named after), F. Scott Fitzgerald, Marcel Proust, King
and the world’s most highly customised – are veritable showcases of French
Edward VII of the United Kingdom, Elton John, Rudolph Valentino, Charlie
heritage and savoir-faire
Chaplin, Greta Garbo and Coco Chanel.
Address: 19 c Kléber, 75116 Paris, France
Address: 15 Place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, France
Headed by Chef Thomas Boullault, L’Arôme restaurant received its first
A true Parisian experience wouldn’t be complete without Ladurée. The
Michelin star in 2009, just three years after its opening. With a beautiful
150-year-old luxury French pastry brand has become a staple of the city and
decor by Valérie Serin, its amazing architecture and high-ceilings in the main
a symbol of the ultimate afternoon tea. The meticulously-decorated Champs
dining room provide a wonderful gastronomic experience.
Elysées store is a must-see when in the City of Lights.
Address: 3, Rue Saint-Philippe du Roule, 75008 Paris, France
Address: 75 Avenue des Champs-Élysées, 75008 Paris, France
Le Cinq Spacious and bright, decorated in shades of gold and grey, Le Cinq restaurant
Le Grand Véfour
gives its guests the feeling of dining in a private chateau. Boasting traditional
Considered to be the first grand restaurant of Paris, Le Grand Véfour has been
French and English furniture, guests can admire two beautiful Louis XIVth
open since 1784. Chef Guy Martin is the one behind the incredible cuisine,
wardrobes, two Louis XVIth gold gilt chairs and large Regency-Style wood-
which is both delicate and generous at the same time. Each meal mixes
sculpted mirrors with gold leafing that give a depth to this space.
tradition and modernity, creating a truly unforgettable experience.
Address: 31 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France
Address: 17 Rue de Beaujolais, 75001 Paris, France
Sur Mesure par Thierry Marx
This top restaurant continues to write its history by remaining true to its
Sur Mesure par Thierry Marx offers a complete haute couture dining
time. It called on the talents of top designer Philippe Starck for his surrealism-
experience. With tho Michelin stars, Thierry Max blends technical and
filled spaces, and to Alain Ducasse, whose cuisine already infused the soul of
emotional aspects of cooking with the human senses. The sensory experience
is complemented by the amazing design by Jouin-Manku.
Address: 228 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France
Address: 251 Rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris, France
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SHOWROOMS WE COVET
SEARCHING FOR INSPIRATION A true design lover is always searching for inspiration. The best way to be inspired is by visiting the greatest showrooms everywhere you may go, so you can admire the latest pieces that are revolutionizing the design world. Thatâ€™s why CovetED is bringing you our choices for the best showrooms located in the top 20 cities around the world. Discover where you can find the best design products and be inspired!
GALLERIES AND SHOWROOMS
Covet Paris Covet Paris showcases a wide range of products and all the tools
of interior design sets, room by room. An expert will guide you
needed to boost an interior designer â€™s creativity to complete
through the full collection so you can quickly find what you are
their most amazing projects. In one place, over 2000 products
and 1300 inspirations are represented through a curated selection
Address: 154 Rue des Rosiers, 93400 Saint-Ouen, France
Pacific Compagnie Pacific Compagnie has been selecting the most beautiful furniture and providing an excellent service of interior and exterior decoration to their clients for over 20 years. With an unimaginable choice of pieces, they offer an incredible selection of products on display at their store. Stop by and discover all the furniture, collectibles and unique items Pacific Compagnie has to offer! Address: 166 Rue du Faubourg Saint HonorĂŠ, 75008 Paris, France
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Voltex presents itself as an amazing French marketplace that
Founded in 2010, in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the Oscar Graf gallery is
provides luxurious designer brands and high-quality pieces to every
devoted to modern design by French, British and American artists, from 1870
interior design lover, focused on lighting, upholstery, between many
to 1914. This period is considered the birth of modern ‘Design’, when a few
other amazing categories. This store presents a major selection of
audacious artists reinvented architecture and decorative arts altogether. This
designer pieces that are an absolute must-have for your home decor.
is the perfect place to be inspired by the roots of design history.
Address: 40 Boulevard Henri IV, 75004 Paris, France
Address: 15, Rue de Seine 75006 Paris, France
Marché aux Puces
Since 1977 that Espace Lumière has been offering a wide selection
Classified since 2001 as a Protection Area for Urban and Landscape
of contemporary lighting options for individuals and design
Architectural Heritage, due to its atypical atmosphere, Marché aux
professionals. At their showroom we can find the great classical
Puces is a real institution and is recognized as the largest antique
lighting fixtures, as well as contemporary lighting pieces by new
market in the world. Nowadays, the fair is made up of seven
creators. At the forefront of technology, but always concerned
hectares with 14 existing markets. There you can find everything
about the comfort of its customers, Espace Lumière is also
from classic antiques to high-end furniture, including Covet Paris,
physically present as a consultant.
so make sure you explore it properly!
Address: 167-169 Bd Haussmann, 75008 Paris, France
Address: 124 Rue des Rosiers, 93400 Saint Ouen, France
GALLERIES AND SHOWROOMS
Bredaquaranta Since 2008, Bredaquaranta has been selecting and offering contemporary pieces
brands. They always make sure to propose solutions where creativity meets
by top luxury brands. With the aim to create a dream home with elegance
functionality in spaces that are both aesthetic and practical for daily living.
in every detail, they work with the most exclusive Italian and international
Address: via Ernesto Breda, 40, Sesto San Giovanni, Milan, Italy
Illulian Illulian headquarters showroom interplays history, tradition and modernity that demonstrate how thoughtful design and smart planning come together to create a great work environment. You will discover and visit a modern and contemporary exhibit space that will give you the opportunity to admire innovative concepts which are the result of detailed studies that follows fashion, art and design. Inside Illulianâ€™s showroom you will be able to admire precious rugs collections, interior design products and the finest fabrics that all come together to create a prestigious environment. Address: Via Alessandro Manzoni, 41, 20121 Milan, Italy
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Interni For over 85 years the Interni Group has carried its brand name with the most
following the needs and styles of those who live there. There is preciousness
eminent Italian and International brands of furniture and design. From their
in the selection of pieces and materials, the solutions are made with creativity,
headquarters in Verano Brianza, the heart of the “Made in Italy“ furniture
all with the highest attention to brands and to clients. And from every point
production, to their showrooms in Milan and Bergamo, Interni’s business
of view, Interni represents a choice of a good quality service.
philosophy is to change each environment into a new concept of living,
Address: Via Filippo Turati, 8, 20121 Milano MI, Italy
The adventure began in 1953. Today, Lladró is the success story of an iconic
Porada’s motto is learn, live, dream. Their collection is wide and varied,
Spanish brand, a story of passion for porcelain. World leader in the design,
made up of a multitude of occasional furniture developed in cooperation
manufacturing and distribution of porcelain art creations, Lladró is a unique
with international designers. Since 1948 that Porada has been showing that
mix of talent, audacity and meticulousness in the quest for excellence. From
everything they do is born from the love of wood. The solid wood is worked
sculpture to lighting, home accessories and jewelry, Lladró is a brand that
with the craftsmanship of the experts who know how to transform a log into
stands for a contemporary, stylish and exclusive lifestyle.
a piece of artwork.
Address: Piazza Fontana, 6, 20122 Milano MI, Italy
Address: Via B. Buozzi, 2 - 22060 Cabiate, Como, Italy
GALLERIES AND SHOWROOMS
Covet London Covet London is a private showflat in the heart of one of the world’s
visitors. Dare yourself to see beyond what your eyes capture when
greatest design capitals: London. This place intends to offer an
looking at the most exquisite and exclusive furniture pieces you
intimate design experience, since it is decorated as a real home. For
have ever seen. You will be guided along the visit so you can also
this reason, it was conceived with different collections of furniture,
understand the amazing stories behind the pieces.
lighting and accessories from top luxury brands, which, together
Ad d re ss: 1 R e g a l H ouse Le n sb ury Ave n ue , F u lha m , Lond on S W6
with the most experienced professionals, are ready to inspire all the
2GZ, U n ite d Kin g d om
Francis Sultana One of the world’s foremost interior and furniture designers, Francis Sultana is the go-to interior designer for international collectors, many of whom have major contemporary art and design collections. He is loved for his unique ability to merge the residential requirements of a domestic space with often large scale visual art, sculpture and installation pieces Address: Francis Sultana Ltd., 2-4 King Street, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6QP, United Kingdom
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Guillaume Alan Guillaume Alan’s work can be defined by furniture design, architectural
he develops. Guillaume Alan’s perfectionism goes together with the finest
concept and interior design. It is an architectural space characterised by
quality of his furniture, a meticulous choice of material and a passion for
the pure lines that he created to display his collections. There is also an
inimitable and irresistible 21st century touch revealed in every single project
Address: Hyde Park Studio, London, United Kingdom
The Design Studio offers an award-winning architectural interior
Katharine Pooley ’s showroom invites you to indulge in their luxury
design service for an international clientele. They work creative and
home accessories and home decor ideas at their Chelsea boutique.
collaboratively to come up with bold, contemporary interiors that are
Their aim is to bring carefully curated design pieces with exceptional
quality, bespoke designs and a focus on British craftsmanship.
Address: Grosvenor Waterside, Gatliff Rd, London SW1W 8QN, United Kingdom
Address: 160 Walton St, Kensington, London SW3 2JL, United Kingdom
GALLERIES AND SHOWROOMS
Flair Home Collection Featuring a signature backdrop of black and white, Flair presents
accessories are seamlessly mixed with exclusive designs to create a
a unique proposition in home furnishings, decoration and gifts.
highly individual style that transcends eras and origins.
Rigorously selected European and American vintage furnishings and
Address: 88 Grand St, New York, NY 10013, USA
Minotti Minotti is an Italian company with a solid and international reputation. It features the highest quality of â€œMade in Italy â€? in the field of contemporary furniture design and is the ambassador of a classic-modern lifestyle in the residential and hospitality segments. The showroom is a space designed to capture the essence and identity of the brand. Address: 134 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016, USA
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Ralph Pucci Ralph Pucci International is a luxury furniture, lighting and mannequin
supermodels including Ruben Toledo, Anna Sui, Christy Turlington, Maira
company based in New York City. What began as a family business in the
Kalman and Rebecca Moses. The mannequins are featured in high-end
1950s fabricating mannequins has grown into a gallery and showroom
department stores and boutiques worldwide including Neiman Marcus, Saks
regarded as one of the best in the world. The mannequins include innovative
Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom.
and avant-garde collaborations with fashion designers, illustrators and
Address: 44 W 18th St, New York, NY 10011, USA
One Kings Lane Since launching in March 2009, One Kings Lane has established itself as a premier home shopping destination and resource. With a breadth of the best-quality furnishings and finishing touches, One Kings Lane provides the access, inspiration and help to create a style that is uniquely yours. A pioneer in content-led commerce, it speaks to a highly engaged audience through a digital-first ecosystem that includes in-house design services from One Kings Lane Interior Design. Address: 143 Spring St 2nd Floor, New York, NY, USA
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH ROBERTO RINCON The Renovation of the bespoke Covet NYC Covet New York is more than a showroom. It is a staged apartment where the best European lighting and luxury furniture brands came together and created a curated luxury apartment. It has recently moved to a different location in order to provide an even more curated and exclusive experience. Following the recent renovation of Covet NYC, CovetED Magazine had the chance to have a wonderful conversation with the assigned interior designer Roberto Rincon. Roberto was the name responsible for the outstanding selection and composition of the most curated furniture pieces from the world’s most coveted luxury brands. And the result couldn’t be more perfect.
The renovation of Covet NYC was a wonderful “challenge, but very rewarding at the end. It is so much more than a showroom. It is a show flat designed to make visitors feel that they are at a real home. A luxurious, modern and sophisticated home. A home that inspires with the outstanding composition of pieces, colours, materials, styles, shapes and patterns. And that is precisely what distinguishes Roberto from other professionals: the subtle, yet perfect.
Roberto Rincon is the mastermind behind the incredible work of Covet
At last, we talked about Covet NYC 2.0, which he considered to be “a fantastic
2.0, the reshape of the New York Showroom of Covet House. During the
opportunity to give his work the credibility of an international brand”.
interview, we were able to understand the amount of love that Roberto has
Furthermore, this collaboration will represent the last 12 years of experience,
for the work he does and how proud he is to be refurbishing and renovating
global portfolio of projects, and the full range of industries that he has worked
the bespoke big apple flat. When asked about what he loves the most about
on. All in only one project that will obtain worldwide recognition.
his job, he answered that he “loves and feels privileged to be able to learn with
The interior design vision for the exquisite interiors of the Covet NYC 2.0
each client and project”. He gets inspired by them to create a space that is
is to bring together uniqueness and craftsmanship with his signature style
unique and tailored to their needs and dreams. Although “the most gratifying
and design aesthetic because each piece of furniture has its own story and
part of what he does is to be able to see their reactions once they see the final
inspiration to tell. The priority “was always to transform it into a final
product that are a materialization of their dreams and also gives them the
product that celebrates uniqueness, craftsmanship and luxury.”
feeling of home.”
In conclusion, Roberto Rincon’s design studio offers more than a decade of
Roberto feels his life hasn’t even fully started. Although he has accomplished
experience from unique projects on a global scale that gives them the versatility
so many different goals in his personal and professional life at this early age,
to adapt and evolve with each situation. This collaboration is the perfect
he still feels hunger to keep growing, learning and taking on new challenges.
balance between luxury and tailored-made approach by Rincon, providing not
He has realized that he can’t ever stop dreaming, because, without those
only an opportunity for Covet House to expand and solidify its presence in
dreams, he “wouldn’t be where he is now”. In addition, he still wants to be
the US market, but also for Roberto Rincon to reach global recognition while
able to design and build the ultimate ultra-luxury tower.
already having an international experienced team and portfolio.
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Dopo Domani International Interior Design Minotti, Arper, DelightFULL and Vitra are some of the world’s most
wonderland, you will find the combination of design classics and
top design brands that you will find at Dopo Domani, an exclusive
unknown, progressive interior designers, curated and directed by
design showroom located in Charlottenburg, a monument-protected
Arno Schneider, founder and owner of the brand.
baroque townhouse. Inside, in every room of the Dopo Domani
Address: Kantstraße 148D, Berlin, Germany
Emporium Inneneinrichtungen With more than 15 years of experience in the interior design industry, Emporium Berlin became one of the leading design companies that provides the best curated design pieces from the best luxury design brands in the world. From bespoke lighting design to exquisite furnishing, each piece enhances their passion for high-quality craftsmanship and first-class materials. In their Berlin showroom, Emporium’s interior designers will show you how stylish interior design looks like: tasteful, noble and expressive extravagance. Address: Brandenburgische Str. 71, 10713 Berlin, Germany
Ruby Design Living Ruby Design Living’s charming showroom stands for contemporary
like DelightFULL, Tom Dixon and Dedon, this bespoke showroom
living concepts and innovative interior design, where you can find
gives you the best home decor and lighting concepts for a perfectly
everything from noble materials, carpets, lights as well as special
coordinated look and ambience.
accessories. Working alongside some of the best international brands,
Address: Julie-Wolfthorn-Straße 1, 10115 Berlin, Germany
Also known as Image Wohn + Objektinrichtungen, this bespoke
Founded in 1983 by Thomas Herrendorf, Herrendorf Inneneinrichtungen
showroom features over 1000m of exhibition space filled with the
has grown into a centre for international interior design with a showroom
best curated collections of the world’s top luxury brands, such
on Lietzenburger Straße in Charlottenburg. This design showroom features a
as Vitra, Poltrona Frau, Thonet, Knoll, Edra, among others. They
wide collection of luxury goods from top brands from around the world that
want to create their own world of aesthetics by offering the best
he has been collecting for 25 years, such as Knoll, Donghia, Driade, Poltrona
solutions in the market.
Frau, Minotti, among others.
Address: Wilhelmstraße 43, 10117 Berlin, Germany
Address: Lietzenburger Str. 99, 10707 Berlin, Germany
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Armani/Casa Miami Open since 2000 in Miami’s Design District, the luxurious
items of fur niture, tableware, decorative accessories, fabrics,
Ar mani/Casa showroom shows the best fur nishings’ collection
or naments, lighting, as well as original ideas for the bathroom
by the legend Giorgio Ar mani. Their exquisite collection is
and the kitchen.
multi-faceted and offers a complete environment. There are
Address: 10 NE 39th St, Miami, FL 33137, USA
Jonathan Adler Boffi Studio Miami
Located in the heart of Miami’s design district, the trendy mid-century
Open in December 2012, Boffi Studio Miami is a 9,000-square-foot showroom
modern showroom features a complete assortment of Jonathan Adler
designed by the brand’s project team in Italy. Its high ceilings, large windows
decorative objects, tabletop collections, bedding, bath accessories, gifts,
and sophisticated lighting offer the perfect backdrop for the luxury brand’s
candles, furniture, rugs, pillows, lighting, fashion accessories and more.
aesthetic. This bespoke showroom houses the latest kitchen, bathroom, and
This incredible showroom is the brand’s largest boutique in the world
accessories collections, as well as the wall partitioning system Anthea, Greene
and also features a custom-design service to create a stylish rug, pillow or
Address: 3800 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami Design District, FL
Address: 4040 NE 2nd Ave., Suite 102, Miami, FL
Kartell Known for its advanced use of plastics and dynamic colour palettes, Kartell is a world leader in the manufacturing and distribution of design furnishings for home, office and hospitality. Working alongside some of the world’s best interior designers, Kartell’s showroom in the famous Miami Design District is the company’s largest to date, so make sure you stop by to see their famous furniture designs. Address: 2 NE 39th St., Miami, FL
Luxury Living Group Founded in the 1960s by Alberto Vignatelli, the famous Luxury Living Group showroom is one of the most fashion-centric spots in the Miami Design District. This luxury brand is the leading Italian furniture manufacturer in the luxury lifestyle sector. The 7,700-square-foot showroom reflects the perfect combination of tradition and innovation with collections for Fendi Casa, Bentley Home, Trussardi Casa, Paul Mathieu, Bugatti Home, Heritage Collection, Baccarat La Maison and Ritz Paris Home Collection. Address: 50 NE 39th St., Miami, FL
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Arteriors Los Angeles For over 30 years, Arteriors has been providing sophisticated lighting,
showroom at the La Cienega Design Quarter, Los Angeles, is filled
furniture, wall decor and accessories to the worldâ€™s discerning
with a vast product assortment perfect for any bespoke design project.
designers, retailers and design lovers. Their bespoke flagship
Address: 8620 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
Consort Design Founded by Mat Sanders and Brandon Quattrone, Consort offers a
with unconventional accessories and loads of colours. The renowned
unique modern-yet-glam style in their 2000-square-foot space filled
design duo has taken a trend-driven approach to presenting a
with eyeball excitement. Inside, you can find a lively, creatively
colourful space thatâ€™s equal parts playful and chic.
curated area, where luxe furnishings and fine art share their space
Address: 6918 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA
Grayson Luxury Grayson Luxur y is the ideal interior design destination for
Versace Home, Grayson Luxur y has quic kly become the one-
traditional sophistication with moder n sensibility. Bringing
stop shop for designers and design lovers that are passionate
together some of the most innovative desi gner brands in the
about the luxur y design industr y.
home interiors industr y, such as Baccarat, Italian Heritage and
Address: 275 S La Cienega Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA
Kelly Wearstler Gallery
Known for a classic East Coast traditional style meets West Coast,
The Kelly Wearstler flagship gallery is the signature showcase of the
the renowned designer Joe Lucas and his partner Parrish Chilcoat
trendy design style of the interior designer, that is considered one of
founded the multiline design Harbinger showroom in 2008. Inside,
the best in the world. Located on Melrose Avenue in West Hollywood,
you will find an array of chic fabrics, wallpapers, bespoke furnishings,
this bespoke gallery not only features an exclusive collection of
lighting and decorative arts, from well-known brand names like
distinctive studio and vintage furniture, lighting, objets dâ€™art, textiles
Merida Studio, Moore & Giles, Katie Ridder, Amanda Nisbet, Coleen
and home decor, but also a curated library of rare and collector â€™s
& Company, Sister Parish and John Stefanidis, as well as a growing
edition architecture, interior and graphic design books. If you are
Harbinger Collection furniture line.
planning to visit, make sure you book your appointment!
Address: 752 North La Cienega Blvd., West Hollywood, CA
Address: 8440 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood, CA
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GALLERIES AND SHOWROOMS IN Kare Moscow At the Kare Moscow, you’ll find the most harmonious collections, where many different products on the furniture, lighting and accessories category are displayed. Let yourself be inspired by the many amazing items that are displayed across this incredible showroom! Address: Ulitsa Okhotnyy Ryad, 2, Moscow, Russia, 109012
Rimadesio Rimadesio features a 160-square-foot production that is presented
with the latest innovations seen at the Milan Furniture Fair. At this
Krassky is one of the top showrooms displayed in Moscow, due to
amazing showroom, you’ll be able to find the most high-quality
their inspirational environments across every space they have in
solutions within the design industry.
Europe. Once you’re there, you’ll be overwhelmed by the amazing
Address: Nizhnyaya Syromyatnicheskaya st. 11, block 52 ‘artplay’, 105120,
selection of furniture and accessories.
Address: 119021, Timura Frunze street 11/1, Moscow, Russia
Timothy Oulton Within the Design Center ArtPlay, there’s a 600m2 galler y
design that demonstrates the incredible pieces that would fit
that’s showcasing the best designs that Timothy Oulton has
your luxurious lifestyle.
to offer on a classic and sophisticated style decor. In this
Address: Home Concept, Design Center ArtPlay, Nizhnjaja
showroom, you’ll be able to admire the most high-quality
Syromyatnicheskaya, Street, 10-2, Moscow, Russia
Royal Room The Royal Room showroom in Moscow is able to represent collections of furniture of Italian factories in Russia. When in Moscow, please make sure to admire the luxurious showcasing of the exquisite selection of furniture available. Address: Lomonosovskiy Prospekt, 29 kopmyc 1, Moscow, Russia, 119192
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NorthView NorthView is an amazing showroom that features amazing creations of furniture and lighting. They also provide an amazing full-service on interior design, taking care of the whole process and providing attention to every detail, as well as the client. Address: Calle de Julian Camarillo, 47, 28037 Madrid, Spain
Gunni & Trentino
Gunni & Trentino is specialised in high decoration, with over 40
A-cero was founded in 1996 by Joaquin Torres and Rafael Llamazares,
years of experience as a supplier of products for luxury interior
with the purpose of fulfilling their architectural vision. Their
design projects. The firm is a leader in the field of decoration and
successful experiences, vocation, service and capacity to respond have
design, always working with the best materials, products and brands
helped them experience a continuous growth thanks to the success
to ensure a durable outcome and an interior of the highest quality.
of their client
Address: Paseo de la Habana, 3, 28036 Madrid, Spain
Address: Santa Cruz de Marcenado 2 Bajo 1, 28015 Madrid, Spain
L.A. Studio L.A. Studio works as a large warehouse full of furniture and decoration from
This way, the showroom presents an eclectic ambience, combining antique
the 20th century. The store holds various environments created with pieces
pieces with modern designs created by the Studio itself.
that range from the 20s and 70s, and are from all different parts of the world.
Address: Calle de CastellĂł, 8, 28001 Madrid, Spain
Vide-Greniers Vide-Greniers is an incredible showroom that you can visit by appointment. The space is specialized in Portuguese, French and Nordic furniture where you can find ceramics and even pieces by its owner, LucĂa Bermejo Barahona Address: Calle de Segovia, 31, 28005 Madrid, Spain
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GALLERIES AND SHOWROOMS Roche Bobois Paris At the Roche Bobois Paris location in Singapore, you’ll be able to admire something out-of-the-ordinary such as new collections and a design experienced team. Through these elements, once you’re at the store you’ll be guided through an incredible design experience, with guidance towards product selection, customisation and advanced 3D planning. Address: #01-02 Boon Siew Building, 75 Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore, 229833
Scanteak Scanteak is responsible for the creation of timeless and wood-
a nd modern, yet they sit on complete exquisite concept that will
concepted pieces that are inspired by the Scandinavian aesthetic. Th e
blow you away.
pieces in their showroom are described as simple, functional
Address: #03-01, Shaw Centre, 1 Scotts Rd, Singapore, 228208
Singapore Trading Post Jo Harrison and Rob Pendergrast are the founders behind the amazing concept of Singapore Trading Post. Their love and passion for colonial Singapore highly contributes for the exquisite products that are displayed across the showroom. Address: 315 Outram Road 07-01 Tan Boon Liat Building, Singapore 169074
Journey East is the trendsetter showroom for every art deco and retro
Since 2013 that Naiise sits on a lifestyle showroom, that shares
wood furniture, sourced from Cambodia, Vietnam, Indonesia and
over 1000 local and inter national brands, that offers your the
Malaysia. From the 20â€™s to the 60â€™s, there are pieces with European
best high-quality options for your amazing and moder n home.
design flair, from art deco to mid-century modern to Dutch colonial.
Ad d re ss: #02-02/24, Orc h a rd Ga te w a y, 227
Address: 315 Outram Road, #03-02, Tan Boon Liat Building, Singapore 169074
Orc h a rd R d , S in g a pore , 238858
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Great Dane Great Dane is the per fect showroom if you are looking for a minimalist home. Ever y detail of the showroom is curated, from the music played in-store, to the lighting, the considered window displays and the signature scent intended to stir nostalgia for European woodlands. Address: 613 Elizabeth St, Redfern NSW 2016, Sydney, Australia
Fred International If you are looking for Scandinavian fur niture, then Fred Inter national is the per fect showroom for you! The showroom is segmented into large-scale dioramas. Each of them work in isolation to present the different ways brands and materials can work together. The colour palettes are war m and neutral, to best display a cross-section of metals and woods. Address: B4 85 Dunning Avenue Rosebery 2018, Sydney, Australia
MCM House At MCM House Showroom you will be able to find chic pieces
khakis or even powder pink, all the products at this showroom
from various periods that are per fect for cr eating an energetic
provide inspiration for a wide viewership .
interior. From the delicate whites, diluted greys, barely-there
Address: 3/276 Devonshire St, Surry Hills, Sydney, Australia
Located at the Woolstores in Alexandria, the living Edge Sydney
Designed by architect Iva Foschia, the space provides a context
flagship showroom covers over 1,900 square metres and houses
for the company â€™s products that feels more like a home than
both residential and contract offerings throughout two levels,
a showroom. Here you will be able to find beautiful room
as well as housing the Living Edge head office.
settings of the sought after Jardan fur niture range.
Address: The Woolstores, Shed 74, 4D Huntley Street, Alexandria, Sydney, Australia
Address: 42 Oxford Street, Paddington NSW 2021, Sydney, Australia
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Brand Equity Located in the buzzy and up-and-coming district of Wong Chuk Hang, the Brand Equity showroom is a place where you can come and see first-hand the quality of the amazing design brands that they represent, choose fabrics and material combinations and talk in detail with their salespeople. Address: 1st Floor, Kwai Bo Industrial Building 40 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong
Out Of Stock This showroom carries a wide selection of original home decor items such
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as chairs, desks, and sofas that are stylishly modern yet with a slight
At Showroom The Loft, you can browse the collections and meet
vintage edge. The store also offers interior design consultations for homes
their consultants with many years of experience in the furniture and
and retail spaces and even landscaping for the lucky few who actually
project business, providing expert consultation in the design process
have land to scape.
of your project.
Address: G/F, Fo Tan Industrial Centre, 26 - 28 Au Pui Wan Street, Shatin,
Address: Unit 02-03, 17/F, 88 Hing Fat Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
N.T, Fo Tan, Hong Kong
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Decor8 Decor8 is a moder n fur niture shop filled with an endless
fit your dream living space. This is definitely one of the most
ar ray of decor options. Swoop up ultra-stylish fur nishings
popular showrooms in Hong Kong.
like cowhide r ugs, velvet poufs and moder n light fixtures to
Address: 9/F Unit B, Fuk Chiu Factory Bldg, 20 Bute St, Mong Kok, Hong Kong
BoConcept If you are looking for a minimalistic chic inspiration, then BoConcept is the per fect place for you. Fr om sofas to dining tables, from lounge chairs to beds, BoConcept is definitely one of the coolest flagship stores in Hong Kong. Address: Winsome House, 73 Wyndham St, Central, Hong Kong
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Cibone At Cibone you will find a carefully curated selection
fashion, art and beauty products from all over the world. The shop organises regular in-store events including exhibitions and pop-up b outiques from various artists and designers. Address: 2F, 2-27-25 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku Tokyo
Arper Tokyo Showroom Arper Tokyo showroom is located within the luxury and high-end design district of Aoyama. It showcases the company â€™s unique vision, which blurs the boundaries between residential and work styles, featuring furnishing solutions that go beyond functioning alone and combine simplicity, flexibility, and beauty. Address: HT Jingu Gaien Bldg. 8F 2-7-22 Kita Aoyama, Minato-Ku, Tokyo 107-0061
Impact Impact is an amazing showroom where you can experience,
produces and sells products but also wants to make kitchens and furniture
relax and improve your creativity while studying the best
together, with everyone in mind, to help create a place to connect people.
kitchen and fur niture for you. IMPACT Co., Ltd. Not only
Address: 5-25-19 Higashi Gotanda, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo Tokyo Design Center (TDC) 3rd floor
At Stones, the amazing showroom by Matsushita Sangyo,
Shirakawa’ s philosophy of manufacturing is “100 years moder n”
you will be able to find a space where many people can lear n
which means a war m feeling of sensibility, strong fur niture for
about natural stones such as marble and granite from around
longtime use and original design. And that’s exactly what you
the world. Natural earth designs that always go beyond our
are going to find at this showroom - high-quality fur niture
imagination are the most unique and individual among the
manufactured by the hands of craftsmen.
many sur face decoration materials.
Address: Tokyo design center 4F 5-25-19, Higashigotanda, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Address: 5 Chome-5-4 Minamiaoyama, Minato City, Tokyo 107-0062, Japan
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Purity Design Gallery Purity believe luxury is not only a state of great comfort and
best high-end brands that shape the world of design.
elegance, but a lifestyle. With a team of experienced professionals,
Address: Office 102 /103, 1st Floor, Building 8,
they customise every idea and mix them with products from the
Design District, D3, Dubai, UAE
Founded in 1989, DecoArt uncovered its brilliant line up of classic
CASA|NOVA opened its doors in the UK in 1997, showcasing to
furniture at their first retail showroom at Dubaiâ€™s historic district of
the public high-end quality furniture brands. It holds international
Zaâ€™abeel. Taking advantage of its successful entry into the classical
relationships with modern, contemporary and classic brands, as
furniture market, DecoArt forayed into the modern collection space
well as top interior designers, bringing modern day contemporary
that hosts 21,000 sq.ft. of classic and contemporary interiors.
furniture to any client.
Address: Al Barsha 2, Umm Suqeim Road, Dubai, UAE
Address: Al sayyah building between 3rd & 4th interchange 122308, Dubai, UAE
Casa Milano The new Casa Milano showroom is a one-of-a-kind luxury design concept store in the region that features 24-carat gold tiles, diamond bathtubs, live shower demonstrations and Corian technique infused solid surfaces. Each detail of this bespoke showroom was created to inspire all design lovers with their top tiles and sanitaryware like bathtubs, showers, mixers, washbasins and other bathroom accessories. Address: Al Waha Complex, Sheikh Zayed Rd, Dubai, UAE
Marina Home Marina Homeâ€™s artistic ability shines through in their choice
I f m a g n i f i c e n t o p u l e n c e i s w h a t y o u a r e a f t e r, y o u c a n n o t g o
of contrasting designs that challenge conventions, tailor
wrong with Marina Home.
trends and bring out the creative flair in their customers too.
Address: National Industries Park (Technopark), Dubai, UAE
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Now with over 80 years of experience in the market, Segatto has in its
For over four decades Artefacto has been one of the circuit’s most recognised
curriculum hundreds of projects executed and numerous partnerships
names when it comes to upscale furniture. With 25 sale points in Brazil and
with architects, who can choose from a huge range of finishes and
three units in the United States, the seal was consolidated by betting on
furniture of excellence.
characteristics that made the brand a successful case: craft production plus
Address: Alameda Gabriel Monteiro da Silva,
functionality, combined with the creativity of Brazilian professionals.
949 Jardim América, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Address: Avenida das Nações Unidas - Sao Paulo, Brazil
Del Anno Atelier
all share total synergy, complemented by Italian stone applications by
The concept for the showroom reflects Dell Anno’s lifestyle, where
the Italian brand Antolini.
European design, integrated environments, fashion and architecture
Address: Av. República do Líbano, 1707 - Moema, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Interface Interface, Inc. is a global commercial flooring company with an
beautiful interior spaces which positively impact the people who
integrated collection of carpet tiles and resilient flooring, including
use them and our planet.
luxury vinyl tile. Their modular system helps customers create
Address: Edifício Igarassu, Rua Surubim, 577 – Conjuntos 73/74 7o Andar, Sao Paulo, Brazil
B&B Italia B&B Italia’s uniqueness lies in an unrivalled blend of creativity, innovation and industrial potential. The artful anticipation of trends and expert response to the evolution of taste and the needs of living deliver a collection of contemporary design furnishing, whose premium quality marks an impressive chapter in the history of Italian design. Address: Av. Brasil, 1653 - Jardim America, Sao Paulo, Brazil
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Casa Palacio The Casa Palacio showroom is one of Mexico’s most sophisticated
creativity, making it the perfect setting to showcase Oulton’s
interior design houses. More than just an ordinary store, Casa Palacio
has become a gathering place, an ‘agora’ for people to meet and to
Address: Av. Vasco de Quiroga 3850, Col. Santa Fe Cuajimalpa,
be inspired. Casa Palacio shares Timothy Oulton’s passion for
City of Mexico, Mexico
The design and production house of CASAITALIA has its roots in
Forget what you think you know about multifunctional furniture.
the craftsmanship of the Romano Signorin family that goes back
Resource Furniture believes that any space, large or small, can be
for three generations. Its showroom in Mexico City is one of their
both beautiful and functional and that’s what they try to transmit
latest projects to be admired.
in their showroom.
Address: Presidente Masaryk 326 - Col. Polanco, C.P. 11560, City of Mexico - Mexico
Address: Agua 151, Jardines del Pedregal, 01900, City of Mexico, Mexico
Artexa Artexa has been known for years in Mexico for representing the best international brands of appliances, furniture, porcelain floors, spas and outdoor furniture. With a massive showroom in the City of Mexico, Artexa definitely is a place to visit! Address: Av. Homero 1433, Polanco, Polanco II Secc, 11550, City of Mexico, Mexico
EzequielFarca + Cristina Grappin This City of Mexico showroom is the recently refurbished home base for EzequielFarca + Cristina Grappin architecture and design. The architecture and interior design firm aimed to recreate the space so that it maximized both as a space to present their commissioned projects, but also as a place that optimizes interaction with the firm’s clients. Address: Campos Elíseos 158, Polanco, Polanco V Secc, 11560, City of Mexico, Mexico
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Designers Walk Open since 1980, Designers Walk has been recognized as the most
Interior Design Industry, and linking them with the best products
prominent showroom in Canada for the Interior Design Industry.
and innovations in luxury and design, Designers Walk was the first
Joab Igra, creator of Designers Walk, realized a need to bring Trade
centre of its kind, and remains the landmark of the design industry
Professionals together, and provide the opportunity to source
in Canada. On it, you can find brands on the likes of Cavalli,
and purchase unique products, only available through a design
Artemide Lighting and Designers Guild.
professional. By creating a community solely dedicated to the
Address: 168 Bedford Road 2nd Floor, Toronto ON M5R 2K9
Located at Queen and Bathurst in the heart of the Queen West
Elte is considered to be one of the leading high-end furniture
design district, DesignRepublic has established a reputation as a
retailers in Toronto. Founded in 1919 in Paris, Elte came to the city
must-visit showroom for the discerning design lover. Their motto is
in 1944 with the vision of providing a range of unique home decor
quite simple – “Furniture for the People” – and they take it seriously.
from around the world in one location. Elte MKT is a new spot
By designing and building a large part of the collection, here you’ll
located close to the original showroom in the Castlefield Design
find products and styles that can’t be found anywhere else.
District in York.
Address: 639 Queen St. West Toronto, ON, M5V 2B7
Address: 1381 Castlefield Ave, York, ON, Canada
Knoll Toronto Located in historic Liberty Village, Knollâ€™s Toronto showroom
features a range of workplace planning ideas incorporating
architectural elements, also features classic and new residential
contemporary furniture in tandem with textiles and related
architectural materials. The space, defined by industrial
Address: 109 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 200, Toronto, ON M6K 1X4
Stylegarage Stylegarage designs and builds modern furniture that is functional and timeless. Their signature custom Stylegarage furniture collection is made to order in Canada, supporting craftspeople in communities and featuring locally-sourced sustainable materials. Since 2000, Stylegarage has designed, produced and sold an extensive line of Canadian modern furniture with influences both local and from afar. In 2015, they opened the current two-story showroom on Ossington Avenue. Address: 78 Ossington Avenue, Toronto, ON M6J 2Y7
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GALLERIES AND SHOWROOMS
Formus Formus is a space where ideas turn into form, where creative minds meet and co-create, where their love of making finds its true connoisseurs and their passion finds real meaning. The story is simple and honest. They are driven by a desire to make beautiful interiors, furniture and accessories. They have the finest hands that can craft raw wood into an object of art, the latest technology that can finish flawlessly and the knowledge to fuse unique materials together. Address: MG Road, Pillar 111, Ghitorni, New Delhi, Delhi 110030, India
Furniture Park T h e Fu r n i t u r e Pa r k â€™ s s h o w r o o m l o c a t e d i n K i r t i N a g a r i s
They also book orders for fully customized fur niture, custom-
a one-stop destination for all your residential furniture
made sofa and beds in which you can choose your own colour
requirements. In there, you can buy luxur y sofas, beds, dining
tables, centre tables, dressing tables and much more.
Address: 15 Furniture Block, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi, India
IOTA Boutique Furniture As one of the trusted resources of imported luxury furniture
marvels from global heavyweights such as Ligne Roset,
in Delhi, this flagship features an eclectic mix of high-impact
Kartell, Lenzi, Innovation Living, Arosio Milano and
furniture pieces and interior accessories from over seven
countries. Their selection boasts timelessly elegant design
Ad d re ss: 1/45 W H S Kirti Na g a r, Ne w D e l h i-110 0 15 , I nd ia
SHOWROOMS WE COVET
Timothy Oulton Profoundly influenced by his love of antiques, his father â€™s military background and an inherent affection for British heritage, Tim created an authentic, visionary brand with the deepest integrity and a passion to deliver the extraordinary. Handcrafted with only the best traditional techniques and fabrications, each Timothy Oulton piece is inspired by the past, but reconceived from a modern perspective. Ad d re ss: D -41, D e fe n c e Col on y, Ne w D e l h i, 110 0 2 4 , I nd ia
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GALLERIES AND SHOWROOMS IN
Cassina has opened a showroom located close to Nanjing West Road,
This Shanghai showroom was created in partnership with Domus Tiandi,
an area that hosts high-end fashion and lifestyle brands. The store,
a prominent name in the Asian design community and a partner in the
distributed on two floors, has been designed with the In-store Philosophy
Minotti Beijing flagship store. The exclusive address is located in the
3 concept, a new phase of Cassina’s coordinated image developed by the
lively but chic Huangpu district, known as the “French Quarter ”, just a
brand’s art director Patricia Urquiola. Granules of marble, wood and
few steps from the Opera House. A major renovation of the building was
aluminium have been expertly mixed and the use of colour creates a
required to accommodate the lavish space of more than 1300 sq meters,
warm and welcoming home atmosphere for the space.
an exhibit area that makes Minotti Shanghai the largest Minotti furniture
Address: 407, JSWB Hongqiao Living Centerm
flagship store in the world.
No.75, Loushanguan Road, Shanghai, China
Address: 151 Jianguo W Rd, Dapuqiao, Huangpu, Shanghai, China
A modern and upscale furniture shop on Anfu Lu, Indigo Living offers
Founded in 1993, Klass International Home Furnishing Co., Ltd. (Class Home)
extensive products from larger pieces furniture to small items like home
has been committed to spreading and promoting the world’s home culture.
accents or wedding gifts, mostly have upbeat and eclectic colour and
It has long been committed to bringing advanced international furniture
design. You can find design pieces by the likes of Kelly Hoppen and
products and lifestyle concepts to China. On the Classic Living Showroom,
you can find brands in the likes of Fendi Casa, Roberto Cavalli and Porada.
Address: No.185 - 187 An Fu Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai 200031, China
Address: F1, 1388 Wuzhong Road, Shanghai, China
GALLERIES AND SHOWROOMS IN
Boutique Danoise Boutique Danoise specialises in classical and contemporary furniture
to sophisticated interior furnishings. The range of offer at the shop
design from Scandinavia. With an unmistakable design and unbeatable
in Aeschenvorstadt includes pieces by Jacobsen, Aalto, Wegner,
ergonomic functionality, the designers from the far North of Europe
Magnussen, MĂ¸gensen and much more.
can justifiably claim to being the major trendsetters when it comes
Address: Aeschenvorstadt 36, 4010 Basel, Switzerland
Living Art Design Living Art Design processes recycled wood from house demolitions, boats and ships in collaboration with smaller, local carpentry factories from Indonesia, who have mastered the craftsmanship thatâ€™s traditionally passed on to them. Each piece is unique and has its own special appeal. The collection is constantly being supplemented and customers can even attach individual wishes. From the purchase of the material and its processing, to the delivery to the customer, there is respect for the environment and the people. Address: Freie Str. 50, 4001 Basel, Switzerland
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Designbutik Adler Walker
Mirella Walker and Benjamin Adler have been in the classic design
Since 1931, Wohnbedarf stands for modern furnishing in both
business for over 10 years. Their Basel-based boutique Designbutik
classic and contemporary architecture, always featuring wonderful
offers selected vintage objects from the 20th century, with a
collections with the highest quality. Customers benefit from a
focus on Scandinavian and Swiss furniture and lighting. The
professional planning department and many years of experience
collection largely focuses on the works of Basler designers Dieter
gained during the implementation of numerous projects - from office
Waeckerlin, Walter Wirz, Alfred MĂźller as well as objects produced
rooms, entrance areas, kitchens, bathrooms and entire apartments to
by Wohnbedarf Basel.
cafeterias and other public spaces.
Address: Klybeckstrasse 170, 4057 Basel, Switzerland
Address: Aeschenvorstadt 48, 4051 Basel, Switzerland
Kunsthalle Basel Dynamic, experimental, rigorous, and open-minded, Kunsthalle Basel is a place for audacious art and exhibitions by emerging artists. Established in 1872 by the Basler Kunstverein (Basel Art Association), Kunsthalle Basel is known around the world for engaging with pioneering practices in contemporary art. Address: Kunsthalle Basel, Steinenberg 7, CH-4051 Basel, Switzerland
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TREND FILE BY // ART MEETS DESIGN
N I N I A N D R A D E S I LVA Nini Andrade Silva is a person whose path definitely took her in several directions. She’s known for having many interior design projects all over the world, projecting the name and fame of Portugal’s quality design and craftsmanship. When it comes to describing her style, she states that it’s definitely “minimalistic with a little bit of soul to it”.
The Madeira island is one of the main inspirations for
those hotels that I remember the local people thanking me
her work and design. That can definitely be seen in some
for showing Colombia how much craftsmanship was worth
examples of her work such as the ‘Garouta do Calhau’
and it was very nice to see.”
collection, heavily inspired by the pebbles on that island. She
The designer also criticized the fact that many designers
confessed that she feels a sense of peace unlike any other
dream too much of making their “piece of a lifetime”,
place in the world she’s been to.
emphasizing the importance of keeping the focus on
producing a simple yet usable piece. Having defined herself
craftsmanship, believing that every craft piece’s design is
as a person who “doesn’t follow any trends”, seeking “to
special, either if it’s being shown in its country of origin or
create them” instead, Nini Andrade Silva is an example of a
in a foreign country. During the interview, she recalled an
person who appreciates a challenge, even when it comes in
episode in which she introduced some of the best examples
the shape of a difficult client.
of the arts and crafts of her country in Colombia, that is
In regards to the future of Portugal when it comes to
quite different from Portugal.
preserving their arts and crafts and also regarding the
“We took the traditional concept of the piece of traditional
recognition from other countries the designer feels happy
craftsmanship and we adapted it to the present day. For
regarding the confidence that many people in the country
example, for the nine hotels that I designed in Colombia,
have gained. She feels that more and more Portuguese
we did everything based on craftsmanship. From the carpets
involved in that industry are becoming more confident in
- all of them handmade - to the tapestries that we lined on
their design work, feeling that it’s very good that they can
the walls, even the jars. We used so much craftsmanship on
get to defend both their history and their work.
“We took the traditional concept of the piece of traditional craftsmanship and we adapted it to the present day. (...) We used so much craftsmanship on those hotels that I remember the local people thanking me for showing Colombia how much craftsmanship was worth.”
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TREND BOOK FORECASTS FUTURE TRENDS FOR THE HOME AND INTERIORS.
LIVING ROOMS Find out whatâ€™s coming next for living rooms. With the next trend styles and materials that will impact the most of 2020-2021 in interior design.
EVANS WALL LAMP, by DelightFULL MANDY ARMCHAIR, by Koket
TAC T I L E D E S I G N Tactile design will redefine the next season of interior design. This decor trend is based in bringing a more livable living room. A living room is an ambiguous space for socializing and entertaining. Beyond technological living rooms, tactile design brings a blend of materials into one space. Not only mixing ZULU ARMCHAIR, by BRABBU
upholstery and metals in furniture, but also in our walls and floors. The season of 2020-2021 will be highlighted with living rooms with different wall textures, from wood to the terrazzo trend into the same living room.
MID-CENTURY MODERN STYLE
LUXURY MINIMAL DESIGN
This interior trend will never go out of style. It keeps summing up with
Among the most relevant trends for 2020 and 20201, Luxury Minimal Design is
contemporaneity. Within this home decor ideas, raw and dark woods are
a top trend. More and more people are turning to more clear spaces filled with
some of the trend materials for interior design 2020-2021, due to one of the
few furniture pieces. The fact is that clear spaces are becoming more desirable
hottest trends in interior design, Sustainability. Not only is it sustainable, but
for decor enthusiasts. People are turning to materials, furniture, and accessories
also brings nature spirit into your living room.
with a luxury touch, not to mention also handcrafted and made from purer
Mid Century Modern Style is defined by several factors. The style gives us
materials. Clear spaces with one of a kind details. This major trend will impact
clean lines, gentle organic curves and a passion for different materials.
any sophisticated living room of the season 2020-2021, in interior design.
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KITCHENS & DINING ROOMS One of the biggest trends for interior design is developing new and wider open spaces with kitchens at the heart of an interior. See how to achieve the most elegant looks for kitchens and dining rooms.
PHARO PENDANT, by Luxxu.
GALLIANO ROUND by DelightFULL
AGRA DINING TABLE by BRABBU OKA DINING CHAIR by BRABBU
B L AC K F I N I S H E S
Black can definitely be a wonderful neutral shade to give to your kitchen. As a
Neutral colour schemes, ideal for creating more intimate and welcoming
matter of fact, darker colours can make a stylish impact on your kitchenâ€™s cabinets,
dining rooms. Whether in walls or furniture, the neutrals are a
backsplash, walls, and appliances. Black furniture in the kitchen can help create a
representation of glamour and naturalness. These sublime shades are often
set of effects depending on the style, like for example giving it an industrial-chic
regarded as the great colours that do not oversaturate a space and actually
vibe. Kitchens will be the leading actor of interior design 2020-2021. Architects and
complement other colours extremely well. In addition to this interior
Interior Designers are rethinking a new role for kitchens since it will be a trend in
trend of 2020-2021, for a more elegant dining neutrals will have a mix of
having open entertainment spaces including kitchen as the centre. And you know
metals and other timeless materials, such as marbles and wood. In order of
with black finishes in kitchens you can never go out of sophistication.
adding that extra luxury look to your dining rooms.
ABBEY SUSPENSION, by DelightFULL.
LUMIERE ROUND MIRROR, by Boca do Lobo
MARCUS SUSPENSION, by DelightFULL.
Nยบ20 DINING CHAIR, by BRABBU
CHARLOTTE ARMCHAIR, by Essential Home
The Colour of the Season 2020-2021 The season of 2020-2021 will be highlighted with grey tones. A cool neutral
when decorating a dining room. You can blend from modern interior styles,
colour that connects technology and modernity for elegant dining spaces.
till vintage aesthetics. The shade of grey is an important element for creating
Not only limited to walls but for the entire house. Grey furniture design pieces
more minimal art decorations. For certain this a good colour to choose since it
are also a trend to use in dining rooms. This colour trend brings versatility
resists the time element, proper to create timeless dining areas.
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BATHROOMS Bathrooms will have a tendency to be created with wellness in mind. As a space of relaxation itâ€™s going to demand the inclusion of nature. See how to embellish a trendy bathroom with our suggestion of fine looks.
GALIANO PENDANT by DelightFULL
KAYAN MIRROR by BRABBU
LAPIAZ FREESTAND by Maison Valentina
N E U T R A L PA L E T T E A classic bathroom is something that can work for years to come. You can create this look using a monochromatic element throughout the whole
space, using all in one colour or material, like marble, is a great way to achieve
The open concept was first introduced in luxury hotels and retail spaces.
this. You can still stay neutral and make it feel like something really unique.
As this trend began to take hold, designers began incorporating the style into spaces of private residences. Private residences are gradually
M E TA L S
transitioning towards a studio loft arrangement. Having separated rooms
The pared-back aesthetic has dominated bathroom designs last year but
is no longer viable in modern houses as spaces become smaller and their
now the use of metals like gold and brass is coming back. These warmer
accents help create a more classic look with the added bonus of hiding fingerprints and water spots.
NAICCA SUSPENSION. by BRABBU
EDEN TOWEL RACK. by Maison Valentina. HUANG SUSPENSION CABINET, by Maison Valentina.
LOTUS VESSEL SINK. by Maison Valentina.
F LOAT I N G VA N I T I E S Console vanities are inexpensive and easy to find. But for some bathrooms, they can take to much space. For a bathroom trends redecoration try floating vanities. By bolting the vanity directly into the wall, the result is streamlined and modern.
White and grey marble continues to be strong, popular materials into 2020 for bathrooms. They are classic and timeless, can go from traditional to modern in terms of aesthetics. Man-made materials, such as quartz and
S TAT E M E N T WA L L S
porcelain tiles that look like natural stones, are also workhorses from a
Powder rooms have always been a place to add personality to a small space.
durability perspective and will continue to be popular in the new year.
Oversized graphic wall prints with lots of contrast and pattern-on-pattern are feeling very of-the-moment, particularly in bold, bright colours.
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KID’S ROOM Three words may describe what’s coming next for kid’s room: fun, comfy and conscious. Find out more about the next interior design trends for kid’s room.
CLOUD LAMP, by Circu.
CLOUD RUG by Circu.
FANTASY AIR CHEST by Circu.
SHARK STOOL, by Circu.
S U S TA I N A B I L I T Y
Over recent years there has been a big rise in
N AT U R A L A N D PA S T E L C O LO U R S
the number of children’s brands that offer high-
Warm and natural tones have made a big
where they can play and spark their creativity
quality items produced with sustainability in
entry into children’s interior design. Brighter
choose a central theme and choose your
mind. Think natural, reusable and responsibly
colours are making way for neutral tones such
sourced materials. Non-toxic finishes and natural
as beige, sand and light pink. It is increasingly
To achieve the desired effect apply a statement
paints for colouring are also a big trend. Eco toys
common to find kids’ rooms entirely created
central piece with matching wallpaper and floral
and ethical accessories are widely available on the
with an earthy, neutral colour scheme in
patterns in textiles. Using floral textiles will add
market and this children’s interior design trend is
mind, with small strokes of cooler natural
character to the room no matter if you aim for a
to see a huge growth in 2020.
greens, greys, and whites.
sweet romantic look or a more striking vibe.
To turn a child’s room into an inspiring place
BEDROOMS & CLOSETS Thereâ€™s a demand for having interiors both functional and welcoming. Those are the next trends for sophisticated bedrooms and closets, see more in detail these interior design suggestions.
MERMAID RUG, by Rugâ€™Society.
KRAVITZ SUSPENSION by DelightFULL
SOLEIL CHAIR, by Boca do Lobo FLORENCE STOOL, by Essential Home
M U LT I F U N C T I O N A L A N D MODULAR FURNITURE
WA R M C O LO U R S C H E M E S & N AT U R A L M AT E R I A L S
Together with increasing attention towards natural materials and fabric,
The big trend in 2020 in interior decoration is creating a healthy space,
same importance goes for functionality. Our home spaces are getting
thought for the well-being of those that inhabit it. In bedroom designs,
smaller and as a consequence furniture design adapts to these needs.
the objective is to create an healthy place, where we can sleep well and
Multifunctional and modular are two keywords to describe furniture
relax. For this reason, the favourite materials for bedrooms are the use of
now. In the bedroom, the trend is reflected in new proposals of container
wooden furniture and more warmer looking colour schemes.
beds (to save space), but also in new interesting solutions for modular
This style perfectly combines luxury and functionality, while allowing the
closets and furniture.
implementation of a relaxing effect.
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ENTRYWAYS Entryways will have an important role in this season. See how to create a design “WOW” factor, right at the entryway with statement rugs and eye-catching doors.
HAIKU MIRROR by BRABBU.
ARDARA CONSOLE, by BRABBU.
SIMBA RUG by Rug’Society.
S TAT E M E N T R U G S The entryway is the first impression you get when entering a space. An eye-catching statement rug becomes the focal point in an interior and sets the tone for the rest of the house. Don’t be afraid to use high-contrasting colours on carpets and the mix of patterns.
APOLLO by Rug’Society.
E Y E - C AT C H I N G F R O N T D O O R S At the start of last year, interior designers hailed the ‘maximalist’ trend as
ART MEETS FUNCTION
the big design concept of the year. In 2020 the move is to go for a more
You can successfully mix beauty with function in an entryway.
“minimalism” style at home but not when choosing your door handles. The
To help you make the most of this often-overlooked space in your home,
recent trend for a clean, streamlined aesthetic has seen handles fall out of
choose a special console table that will enhance both the style and
popularity in recent years but the need for added interest and embellishment
function of your entryway.
has seen them come back on the agenda.
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1. Bloom Lounge Chair By Kenneth Cobonpue | 2. Montaigne 57 glasses by Dior | 3. Dalyan Armchair by BRABBU | 4. Wave center table by Boca do Lobo | 5. Angra mirror by Boca do Lobo | 6. Feather Collection Bed by Anthropologie | 7. Rosalina Blue & Grey Ceramic Side Table by Oliver Bonas | 8. La Belle Eau de Parfum by Jean Paul Gaultier
9. Curved high low hem shirt by Balossa White Shirt | 10. Cucumber vase by Martine Bedin | 11. Rosinda 6 Seat Oval Dining Table by Made | 12. Kelly Sofa by Koket | 13. Curved flat shoulder bag by Marni | 14. Ice Cream portable lamp by Lladrรณ | 15. Leather sandals by Balenciaga | 16. Pouf Round by Ferm Living | 17. Goldmaster de Cartier ring by Cartier | 18. Melt Pendant by Tom Dixon COVETED MAGAZINE PAGE 83
1. Padlock GG small bamboo shoulder bag by Gucci | 2. DEEDEE 80 sandals by Jimmy Choo | 3. Bamboo Woven Pendant Light by Urban Outfitters | 4. Chaise Longue by Jasper Morrison | 5. Mirror w/ bamboo frame by Madam Stoltz | 6. Cork Table Lamp by Merve Kahraman | 7. Zesty chair by Plycollection | 8. Bamboo cage and leather bucket bag by Wai Wai
9. Spherical seating by Movecho | 10. Cork Table F by Jasper Morrison | 11. Bamboo Line backpack by Gucci | 12. Nix – 230M by Patrick Norguet | 13. Basket tote bag by Cult Gaia | 14. Circular skirt by Klára Plášková | 15. Basket Elise Bamboo by Broste Copenhagen | 16. Giulia armchair by Formitalia | 17. Bistro Tea Trolley by Mizetto. COVETED MAGAZINE PAGE 85
I N T I M AT E A N D W E LC O M I N G E N V I R O N M E N T S
1. Embroidered crêpe dress by See by Chloé | 2. Marine Lady Data by Breguet | 3. Glossy frame sunglasses by Jimmy Choo | 4. Freevolle sculpture table lamp by Sabrina Landini | 5. Nightbloom Hanging Lamp by Lladró | 6. Cannage coffee table by Fiam Italia | 7. Nuka armchair by BRABBU | 8. Small tess bag by Chloé
9. Deco rug by Rug’Society | 10. H9i over-ear headphones by Bang & Olufsen Beoplay | 11. Diamond small mirror by Essential Home | 12. Logos tea cups by Lladró | 13. Geometric ceramic vase by John Sheppard | 14. Coomba Cushion by Missoni Home | 15. Grand bench by Boatto Martino Studio | 16. Giulia armchair by Formitalia | 17. Electric kettle by Smeg. COVETED MAGAZINE PAGE 87
SPAINâ€™S MOST COVETED DESIGNERS Casa Decor is a prestigious exhibition that takes place in Madrid at the very beginning of every year. It dictates the hottest interior design trends, while top luxury brands present their newest products to the entire world. Considering that this prestigious Spanish trade show is a celebration of high-end design that brings together the worldâ€™s most influential interior designers from the industry, CovetED Magazine took that opportunity to interview Erico Navazo, Patricia Bustos and Blanca Hevia.
The relation between Portuguese Design Industry and Spanish Interior Designers by Erico Navazo Born in Burgos, northern Spain, Eric Navazo is famous for his ability to make everything to fit in the most amazing and welcoming way. He focuses on making living spaces where you can find treasures from all periods, from the 18th century to the 50s. When we questioned Erico about the present connection of Spain within design, he proudly stated that it is a good moment and now that we all have the Internet, there are endless sources for inspirations and references. Bearing that in mind, when he designs his projects, Erico always thinks about the impact of how many people are going to see them. And that also means the impact of Spain internationally. In terms of portfolio, it is visible that Erico takes a lot of inspiration from Nature. You can see that through the textures, the details, the rustic and the permissive that inspires him during the conception of each project. Side by side with Nature is craftsmanship. And it’s precisely here that the relationship between Spain and Portugal becomes so relevant. Both countries have always had Luis Leão, Senior Account executive at Covet House with Erico Navarro
a great wealth of materials the have been explored throughout history. And not only to be exported. Portuguese furniture brands
Portugal and Spain have always had a great wealth of materials that we have been exploring throughout history
provide the experience and preservation of the materials that Erico requires. And it is so easy to work with Portugal. On one side, for the proximity; on the other. there are no language barriers.
COVETED MAGAZINE PAGE 89 EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW
FEMINISM TRENDS AS INSPIRATION BY PATRICIA BUSTOS I was a child I had been an obsession “withSince Maria Antonieta, feminism and cream colours. When I started to decorate my house, even with my mother, I painted walls to create feminine spaces.
Luis Leão, Senior Account executive at Covet House with Patricia Bustos
Patricia Bustos is from Madrid and has always been a very aesthetic
Some of her clients hire her only because of her personal style. Others
and fashionable person. She’s sensitive to the beauty of architecture
prefer to give guidelines that Patricia careful and precisely follows
and the art of design and has a strong passion for travelling. And
without setting apart her references and personal style.
these are all references that became their signature in her interior
It is worth pointing out that even in her free time, Patricia chooses
hobbies related to nature and sports because of the influence they
In addition, she has an obsession with Maria Antonieta, feminism
have on her, since they make her even more creative. Beach, sea and
and cream colours since she was a child when she already painted walls
surf are pure elements that boost her imagination and creativity.
to create more feminine rooms. By that time, she used to have posters
Why? Because Nature is beautiful by itself. And a train station, in
of women that inspired her and they still are her work references in the
its turn, needs the human hand to become more appealing. And
present days. Some of those references are India Mahdavi, who has always
that’s precisely on that direction that she develops her work: to make
created different references and trends, and Kelly Wearstler, who is also a
everything aesthetical and visually more appealing for a better and
pioneer and a worldwide renowned and respected female designer.
more beautiful life.
Luis Leão, Senior Account executive at Covet House with Blanca Hevia
CREATING SPACES WITH STORYTELLING WITH BLANCA HEVIA When you’re a designer, anything that surrounds you will “inspire you. (...) You need to live, to have moments and
personal stories reflected in your projects. Blanca Hevia is one of the best Spanish interior designers with world recognition. She defines her style as contemporary with classic lines. But she is also esteemed for her ability to create spaces with storytelling.
we had the chance to explore the concept behind the creation of Blanca Havia’s space at Casa Decor 2019: “The Memory of Water ”. The decor recreates the natural cycle of water elements, living the memories of each one. There is the birth of the fish, the bottom of the ocean with corals until the water flows in the bathroom furnishing pieces. Everything is connected, cycled and in motion to transmit tranquillity. And by everything, we also mean the pieces of ceramics, wallpaper and even the smallest detail. Blanca believes that when you’re a designer, anything that surrounds you, can and will inspire you. For instance, this project for Casa Decor 2019 was inspired by the beach and the sea. So, to do this job properly, you need to live, collect moments and personal stories that you will afterwards imprint when conceiving the perfect home interior decor. And that’s how the story begins.
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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH Marcel Wanders and Gabriel Chiave Marcel Wanders is one of the leading product and interior designers, with thousands of iconic projects under his name. After working with numerous luxury brands like Baccarat and Louis Vuitton, Marcel Wanders announced a new project with Barovier & Toso during Salone del Mobile 2019. CovetED had the pleasure of catching up with the designer at the brand’s stand during the fair. Marcel Wanders is quite a versatile designer, with projects ranging from architecture, interior or industrial design. According to the designer, the best thing about his work is being able to do something unique and new every day. “I am a proud designer, and as interior designers, we are lucky we can do the things we love every day”, he said. When asked about what makes him happy, the designer compared the design process to a puzzle, where you have all the pieces and you have to make them fit whilst finding the beauty in it. However, his favourite part of the process are the difficulties and obstacles you may find along the way, saying that fixing those issues makes him “eternally happy”. Marcel Wanders and Barovier & Toso have been working together for the past seven years, creating one-of-a-kind, eccentric pieces like rotating chandeliers or glass puppets. But Wanders felt they should create something incredible that went beyond the idea of a simple lamp, thus creating the ‘Adonis’ chandelier.
We all agreed that we were going to do a “chandelier like no other, a chandelier that should have been made a hundred years ago and that would stay with us forever, a piece that is filled with contemporary ideas.
The designer saw his creation for the first time at Salone del Mobile 2019 and was blown away. ‘Adonis’ is a modular chandelier, with several shapes and sizes, as well as different materials and decorations. “We are really looking forward to develop this chandelier to be an eternal icon for the world”, said the designer.
Regarding his creative process, Gabriele Chiave starts with an idea or a simple sketch, but his favourite part is going to the factories and develop the pieces next to the master artisans. Chiave values the heritage of companies and their crafts, as well as their craftsmen, so working alongside them is one of the most important things to the Italian creative director. “The masters are tough guys and that is the point. From all this power, there is this beautiful, delicate and feminine material that comes out.”Murano glass plays an important role in Chiave’s projects. By partnering up with a company, their culture, history, capacity and materials always have to be acknowledged. One of the most honourable Italian materials is the Murano glass, so the creative director takes great pride in working with it. The glass is delicate, light, colourful and romantic, being the highlight of the new ‘Adonis’ chandelier, a collaboration between Marcel Wanders Studio and Barovier & Toso. When it comes to craftsmanship, Chiave believes it is essential in a designer’s work. A designer needs to look into the past and make sure the expertise of craftsmen isn’t forgotten, although he thinks that “the expertise in our modern design word has been lost for a while”.
Craftsmanship makes things more durable, “there is a quality into it, there is passion. There is something that makes the pieces be of a much higher-quality.
After spending his younger years moving from city to city, Gabriele Chiave settled down in Milan where he studied Industrial Design at IED. In 2007, he moved to Amsterdam and landed the incredible spot as Creative Director at Marcel Wanders, starting an amazing collaboration that lasts to this day. CovetED had the opportunity to meet Chiave at Barovier & Toso’s stand during Salone del Mobile 2019, to find out more about his work.
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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH Johannes Torpe Johannes Torpe is an amazing Danish designer that has helped clients worldwide build and strengthen their brands through playful and thought-provoking design solutions for over 20 years, with the renowned Johannes Torpe Studios, where he is the creative director. Having worked in many areas of the world, Johannes’ practice has achieved a universality that speaks for itself. His diverse portfolio spans from interior design, industrial design, furniture design to large scale architectural concepts. CovetED had the pleasure of catching up with the designer during Salone del Mobile 2019. From a young age that Johannes Torpe felt that he would be in a place where he had achieved something. This is a reflection of hardworking years to be where he is today, through a number of different experiences, such as music or graphic design, before arriving at design and architecture. However, his greatest accomplishment is good life quality. After working and living all over the world, Torpe admits he has finally achieved his inner peace and feels like himself on a daily basis. When it comes to design projects, the designer admits he can’t choose a favourite, saying “it’s like looking back at all the lovers in your life and see which one was the best”. But he does know where he loves to work: where the people are nice and the work becomes joy. That is why Torpe loves working with the Italian brand Moroso since it feels like a long-time family friend. For Salone del Mobile 2019, they presented their newest collaboration, the ‘Heartbreaker’ sofa collection. Torpe sees craftsmanship as the essence of Italian companies, since
most of them started in small workshops, doing furniture
there for many years. You feel that everybody is a family
and sofas by hand, being family businesses made up of
and that is also what craftsmanship is like, is people coming
honest people that have worked hard to become what they
together about making something.”
are today, like Moroso.
Regarding sustainability, Torpe defines it as a “hygiene factor”,
“Craftsmanship is the core essence of Moroso. When you
where everyone has to take responsibility, from small actions
come to the factory, you see how everything is actually made
to the bigger picture. It is up to the designers of the future
by hand, people are working and they have been working
to create their dreams in order to influence the whole world.
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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH Lorenza Luti This year marks the 70th anniversary of Kartell, the renowned design company that is one of the biggest symbols of Italian design around the world. Founded in 1949 by Giulio Castelli but now run by Claudio Luti, the brand tells its story through a series of timeless but contemporary design products. Lorenza Luti, daughter of the brand’s CEO, also plays a significant role at Kartell, as its Marketing and Retail Director. CovetED had the chance to interview Lorenza during Salone del Mobile 2019, to find out what’s in store for the future of Kartell. Lorenza takes great pride in Kartell, due to the brand’s ability to innovate. Her favourite product is the Componibile cabinet, designed by her grandmother, that has been on sale for over 50 years. “It’s still one of the best sellers of the brand and very actual in today’s design. This year we presented it with a bioplastic material so we gave a new life to it and it’s, for sure, one of the projects I am most proud of”, she said. The “A.I.” project with Philippe Starck was one of the highlights of Salone del Mobile this year. Lorenza sees it as an advantage for Kartell, since it makes the production process so much easier and faster, making it able for the brand to deliver the products in a shorter amount of time. According to Lorenza, Kartell and Starck are already working on new projects together, with four new pieces of the Smart Wood collection coming next year.
We like to work with premium luxury Italian “brands and we are putting our energies together
to push the ‘Made in Italy’ out into the world.
When it comes to craftsmanship, Kartell always had a strong connection with this concept, since all their prototypes are made by hand. The connection is even more special when it comes to Murano Glass because Claudio Luti’s father worked with it. That’s where the inspiration for the ‘La Boheme’ project came from, resulting in amazing Murano glass pieces designed by Philippe Starck.
Everybody king on making sustainability happen, not just in the product, but also in the company’s process. We have to keep more than an eye on it for the future.
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PROJECTS WE COVET
OUTSTANDING PROJECTS BY TOP INTERIOR DESIGNERS CovetED Magazine is always looking for the best interior design projects by top interior designers, scattered all across the world. In this issue, we highlight three design projects, all incredibly different from each other and featuring very distinct design styles. Come along this design journey and be inspired!
HOTEL VICTOR HUGO PARIS KLÉBER Laurent Maugoust Architecture Intérieure Hotel Victor Hugo is a four-star Parisian “private property” located in the heart of Paris. Between the Champs-Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe, a strategic location chosen by the hotel stands a beautiful Art Deco Building.
Inside it, an Art Deco environment blends with contemporary style,
the Koi carp scales. This table gives exoticism and peacefulness to the
giving its hosts the right vibes for a comfortable stay. The charming
hotel art deco interior. with a base in brushed-aged brass and a top in
entrance of the hotel invites everyone to meet the modern contemporary
marble, this round side table adds a refined and elegant touch.
design of BRABBU.
The entrance of the Hotel Victor Hugo is composed of a black art
The creator of this small gem is Laurent Maugoust, a renown Parisian
deco-inspired screen in a floral pattern, that fits very well with the
architect, with his studio - Laurent Maugoust Architecture Intérieure.
contemporary design and colour of the two yellow MAYA velvet
In 2018, Laurent’s studio was looking for the best furniture products to
armchairs. The final touch through the modern design of the KOI side
furnish this hotel at the richest and finest quarter of the French Capital,
table. This project is definitely a wonderful design inspiration.
the 16th Quarter. The studio found the Covet Paris Showroom, a place full of world-class luxury brands, showcasing a wide range of products within mid-century, modern, contemporary, and classic styles. Inside the showroom, a brand stood out for the studio: BRABBU, with timeless design products inspired by nature, the cosmopolitan lifestyle, and culture. The studio couldn’t think of better options to create an exclusive reception decor, after finding the MAYA armchair. The two MAYA armchairs chosen to give a comfortable and inviting environment for this reception decor, are made of an intense golden colour enhanced by the velvet texture. The sensual and delicate forms of this accent chair, are inspired by Mayans Maize Goddess, making it the perfect seating solution. Also chosen was the KOI side table, a small table inspired by
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WEST END | 103 Carol Kurth Architecture Located on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, this pre-war apartment received a gut renovation of the central entertaining spaces by Carol Kurth Architecture. The award-winning architect and interior designer transformed a compartmentalized floor plan to create flow and fluidity within the design. Part of the goal was to unify the spaces and open up relationships between adjoining rooms, embracing the pre-war aspects of the apartment while bringing a modernist sensibility to the design.
This was achieved by designing steel-clad openings that transition spaces, celebrating the building’s 1920s architecture which features rusticated terracotta trim around the façade windows. Lighting played an important role in the design of the space, as the apartment had no existing ceiling or wall lighting. By designing a built-in millwork, Kurth was able to introduce linear LED glow lighting both in the millwork and through the architecturally significant Coltrane wall sconces by DelightFULL, amplifying the lighting and design aesthetic. These modern fixtures were chosen as they gave double the impact with two asymmetrical lamps of up and downlight, creating a striking lighting effect with the black and gold contrast. The sconces’ bold forms punctuate the space and define the seating area, as well as flank the media built-in on the opposite side of the room. As an architect and interior designer, Carol Kurth is drawn to the effect that lighting shadows play upon surfaces. The black and gold Coltrane sconces gleam against the matte textures of the millwork, creating a beautiful effect. The lighting rounded out a cohesive architectural design, picking up the various metal detailing in the
archways and millwork, thus creating a thread of dynamic interest throughout the home. Part of the design scope included sourcing and curating art for the apartment. In the design process, the architect allocated areas where art would be an emphasis, creating niches and accent lighting to amplify the specified works within those spaces and celebrating the firm’s tenets of “Architecture as a backdrop for living “ and “Interiors as an inspiration for lifestyle.”
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GREYBROOK HOUSE PENTHOUSE Fenton Whelan Welcome to a project where mid-century meets Art Deco, where uniqueness meets modernity and beauty meets Essential Homeâ€™s pieces in a stunning penthouse in London straight out of a design loverâ€™s dream. Fenton Whelan amazes once again with this incredible project with bespoke furniture and complex design. Meet the Russell Bar Chair by Essential Home in its natural habitat, perfectly harmonized in a unique project by an award-winning boutique.
When we talk about Art Deco, we must talk about Fenton Whelan, award-winning property development and design business where secure investment, rigorous development management and exquisite design are perfectly integrated. Located in Mayfair, London, the apartment is a five-bedroom duplex penthouse with terrace and private roof garden and the pinnacle of this new boutique development of four apartments by Fenton Whelan. Spread over two floors with a large roof garden and an amazing wrap-around reception terrace, it provides impressive views over Mayfair and the City of London. The upper floor of the apartment is laid out for entertainment with large open rooms and access to the terraces. The main reception is a large L-shaped drawing room with dining area and a furnished terrace. One of the key features of this room is a dramatic hanging bronze glass fireplace that defines the space between dining and less formal seating. Now reporting to the important part of the house and the one with a bigger impact for us: the Bulthaup kitchen. In this space, we are able to be part of the project with our Russel Bar Chair. And how are we part of this Whelan Project, you ask? Because they had their mindset to one bar chair that
would be one of a kind, a statement piece.
seductive velvet layered over a comfy foam frame. A mix
The point was to maintain the original character of the
of mid-century aesthetics with an amazing contemporary
building while also inserting character, personality and
twist, this piece brings the nostalgia of the past with a touch
uniqueness through bespoke furniture that tells a story.
of glamour and sophistication from the present. At Essential
Thatâ€™s exactly how our stunning Russel Bar Chair came
Home, all of the Mid-century furniture pieces have a movie
into the picture with its round polished brass and timeless
inspiration and all of the products can be customized.
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BOOKS WE COVET
“UNEXPECTED PUCCI: INTERIORS: FURNITURE, CERAMICS AND ART PIECES”
Born in Naples in 1914, Pucci, who had the title of Marchese di Barsento, lived and worked in his family ’s palazzo in Florence. But despite his ties to Florentine history, Pucci’s work was a symbol of modernism, featuring bright hues and twisted geometric patterns. “Is there any other aristocratic figure who could have—in the same era—
“Unexpected Pucci: Interiors: Furniture, Ceramics and Art Pieces” is perfect for fashion and design lovers, since it details Emilio Pucci’s creativity beyond fashion.
waved heraldic flags dating back to the Renaissance period as he led a team of horses through the ancient city; and also designed wildly colourful patterns to decorate airplanes for the burgeoning jet-set?”, writes Menkes in the introduction of the book. Though he found great success in fashion, with superstars like Marilyn
This volume celebrates Emilio Pucci’s creative thinking, which he
Monroe being among his many fans, Emilio Pucci’s creativity can be found
expressed through his interior design projects, rugs and porcelain
in other areas. A trend that his design house still continues to this day.
pieces, as well as in his fashion designs. Pucci’s patterns and designs have been used in collaboration with other brands to create designer and collector objects. If you ever talk about Mid-Century Italian fashion, you need to mention Emilio Pucci. His book was compiled by his daughter Laudomia and includes texts written by journalists Suzy Menkes and Angelo Flaccavento, architect Piero Lissoni and artists Francesco Vezzoli and Joana Vasconcelos. If you are a fan of Emilio Pucci, you don’t want to miss the chance to read his book. Meanwhile, you can discover a few of his most memorable design pieces.
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HOTELS WE COVET
TOP LUXURY HOTELS TO DISCOVER Hotels are always synonymous with relaxation and taking a break from the fast-paced life we experience everyday. However, they can also be a wonderful experience that we will remember forever and that is the case with the hotels highlighted on this issue. From Oslo to Miami, discover where you can indulge in the most wonderful amenities.
HOTEL CONTINENTAL AND THEATERCAFÉEN Oslo, Norway
Situated in Central Oslo, Hotel Continental is the perfect choice for overnight accommodation. It all started with the opening of Theatercaféen just across the street of Norway’s National Theatre over 100 years ago. Due to the great location, the restaurant and the
owner, Elisabeth, worked together with the interior
hotel became a second home for many known cultural
design team carefully considering what they could
personalities, actors and other artists. Theatercaféen
reuse and how they could make the classic elements
was a place where people met before and after the
harmonise with modern design. The main goal was
theatre and it became a “see-and-be-seen” restaurant.
to preserve their unique heritage while drawing fresh
Over the last four generations, the same family has
inspiration from contemporary trends.
built up and developed Hotel Continental into one of
When CoveteED entered the Hotel, we could feel the
Norway’s finest five-star hotels and a member of the
classic contemporary look throughout the property.
Leading Hotels of the World.
When we went to the bar near the lobby, we could see
both young and elderly guests appreciate this mix. The
throughout the Hotel. During all the process, the hotel
ambience welcomed us to seat in the lobby relaxing and
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enjoying our time. We were given a tour of the Hotel and it truly was a great experience. The colossal Hotel is divided into three different buildings, each one of them from a different time period. The first building is from 1900, the second from 1932 and the third from 1960. When you pass by the Hotel on the street, you can see the differences in the facades that are characteristic of each time and, when you come in, it’s amazing how you can distinguish the buildings yet still see the cohesion between the whole design. The Hotel has a total of 151 rooms in the three different styles and four larger suites, each one with a different style and design. In the last renovations, they designed
the new fantastic and luxurious Continental Suite. It’s completely exclusive and secretive. We won’t tell you much about it because it will ruin the surprise but we can assure you it is worth it. Hotel Continental will delight anyone who wants to experience the city and feel like they are at home. It is an exceptional hotel designed to invite people from all over the world and from different age groups. During your stay, you will discover a lot to visit in the city and also a lot to enjoy in the Hotel. Surely this is an incredible experience that the CovetED Team won’t forget. Address: Stortingsgata 24/26, 0117 Oslo, Norway Website: https://www.hotelcontinental.no/
EAST, MIAMI Miami, Florida, USA
EAST, Miami is an amazing design hotel located within Brickell City Centre. Designed by award-winning architecture firm Arquitectonica, with interiors by New York-based Clodagh Design and signature restaurants, Quinto La Huella, rooftop bar Sugar, and hidden lounge Tea Room, each designed by Los Angeles-based Studio Collective.
EAST, Miami has 225 rooms, eight suites and 89
and welcoming experience for all, while reflecting
residences, which can be used as overnight stays or
the local spirit of Miami. Feng Shui, bio geometry,
long-stay hotel rooms with kitchen, laundry facilities
radiesthesia and crystal healing methods are used
and access to the amenities and services of the hotel.
throughout the hotel to balance and harmonize the
Ranging in size from 300 to 1,800 square feet, all
flow of energy.
rooms, suites and residences will feature contemporary
interiors, floor-to-ceiling windows and balconies with
throughout the property with elements such as a
spectacular views of Miami and the Biscayne Bay.
wheelchair accessible entry ramp into the lobby, roll
The vision behind the design is to provide an inclusive
in elevators and ADA designed rooms that offer roll-
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in showers and other amenities. The pool deck is also equipped with multiple ADA chairs for entry and exit of the pool facilities, thus being an inclusive hotel and available to all. Built on the rooftop of Brickell City Centre, EAST, Miami is a distinctive fixture of Miamiâ€™s downtown skyline. With its glass prism exterior and stacked balconies, the hotelâ€™s exterior resembles geometric cascading water. Its signature restaurant, Quinto La Huella, was designed to translate the spirit and essence of Parador La Huella, in Jose Ignacio, Uruguay, through the style, flavour, energy, people, soul and ambiance. With an authenticity unique to its own, the atmosphere conveys an urban oasis in a concrete jungle with a fresh spirit that welcomes guests to feel at home. Enjoy a casual indoor bar and lounge experience or escape outside to a charming terrace, which frames city views.
Address: 788 Brickell Plaza, Miami, FL 33131, USA Website: https://www.east-miami.com/
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RESTAURANTS WE COVET
THE WORLDâ€™S FINEST LUXURY RESTAURANTS A great meal is not just about the food, it is about the experience as a whole. The restaurants highlighted on this issue offer the ultimate fine dining concepts that will blow your taste buds away. Explore the delights of a gourmet experience and decide where your next culinary adventure will be!
ATELIER AMARO Warsaw, Poland
Atelier Amaro restaurant provides one of the best experiences you can have in Warsaw. When you arrive, you are immediately struck by the feeling of being in a naturally cosy environment, mixed with the elegance of a fine-dining restaurant. The experience starts at the door, where you are received like a family member. The decoration of the restaurant plays an important role throughout the experience, as you can really feel the passion for design and the balance between the moments and the space. The extended menu of Atelier Amaro was created in order to please everyone and this is the best way to taste numerous dishes. The ‘9 Moments’ menu is pure magic that was created by the owner and chef, Wojciech Modest Amaro, who is determined to rediscover and redefine contemporary Polish cuisine.
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If you are looking for the ultimate culinary experience that has the ability to open your mind, help you see the endless possibilities of cooking and, at the same time, make you feel connected with nature, Atelier Amaro is definitely the place to go.
Address: plac Trzech Krzyzy 10/14, 00-507 Warsaw, Poland Website: http://atelieramaro.pl/japanese-peruvian-cuisine/matsuhisa-munich
L’ATELIER DE JOËL ROBUCHON New York City, USA New York City is well-known for the wonderful treasures in the form of the experiences you can live on it. If you think that going to Times Square or walking on the Highline is the main thing in the city, you must understand that NYC is magical due to the potential that any corner has to be great. And this is just the perfect introduction for L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, a restaurant near Chelsea Market, that has earned two Michelin stars that are very well deserved. First things first, the luxury world is all about the customer experience and L’Atelier doesn’t disappoint us at the entrance, where we were received with a wonderful concierge opening the doors to the hall. Arriving at the hall, you have a quick explanation of L’Atelier’s vision, mission and values, while your jackets or bags are well taken care of by the staff. The contemporary red chandelier is just the first small look into the modern luxury design feel that you will have inside. While you’re being seated, you already understand that space works in two different ways: private dinings, for groups or business meetings, and the classic New York open table style. Well, you
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never forget your first meal and this was one of the stars of the
Two meat plates were presented: duck with quince and chestnut
night, just to start in the right mood. Zebra tomatoes, king crab
“aigre-doux” and, our favourite one, the wonderful wagyu. The
and a crispy wasabi touch to bring it all together. Fresh, simple but
best meat cut in the world is served with season vegetables along
great, proving that when it comes to food, less is more.
with wild basil pesto. The famous mashed potatoes puré of Joël
A tribute to those who put gnocchi at the top of all their premium
Robuchon is present in the two plates.
choices, this plate perfectly showcases the versatility available at
To end a perfect meal, a piece of art in the form of dessert, chocolate
the french fusion cuisine served in L’Atelier. With the touch and
mousse, macerated cherries and chantilly. Classic French flavours
soul of the house, you can still taste a pumpkin base on it with
with the best presentation of the night, proving the L’Atelier high
some white truffle shaving sand Mimolette tuile.
Lobster is always the queen and, for us, the best of the night,
Joël Robuchon was the highest awarded chef in the world. Serving
accompanied by a wonderful Domain Gilberto, Saumur, Loire,
under his name is a major responsibility to any chef. With that
France 2018. The dish presents us with the soul of Joël Robuchon,
being said, the best thing that we can say on L’Atelier is simple:
classic premium ingredients done with creativity and identity.
Christophe Bellanca surely keeps the heritage from Joël Robuchon
Lobster is presented in a consomé of purple artichoke, spring
alive. Five out of five.
vegetables and anise hyssop broth. The unique way of preparing
Address: 85 10th Avenue, New York, NY 10011, USA
our queen brings us the ultimate experience of this protein.
LA LEGGENDA DEI FRATI Florence, Italy The refined La Leggenda Dei Frati restaurant is situated in the city centre of one of the most suggestive cities in Italy, Florence. The restaurant showcases a minimalistic style that will easily make you feel as comfortable as in your own home. The staff will warmly introduce you into the dining room, giving you a simple but thorough explanation of the history of the restaurant. The dining room is amazing, with everything thought out to make you focus on your culinary experience in the best way possible. The restaurant is directed by Chef Filippo Saporito, that will personally welcome you at the table to present the specialities of the restaurants and will make sure to offer you the best solutions according to your taste. The restaurant has an outstanding offer of traditional dishes, but trust the Chef and try the tasting menu. This menu includes some of the best dishes that you can try in Florence, with some of them being responsible for La Leggenda dei Fratiâ€™s Michelin Star. The Michelin Star is just underlining the brilliance and effort that Chef Filippo Saporito, with the help of his astonishing staff, put into his creations and his job every day. Reaching the Michelin
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Star is not just creating a good combination of tastes and flavours, he said, it is about passion, dedication, hard work and love for your own job. We would also like to highlight the extreme professional service at the table, with each course offered and presented by the staff in the best possible way. Before trying it, you will already feel the tastes, as the staff will ensure that you will know everything regarding the dish. In this restaurant, we had the opportunity to do another unique experience beside the culinary one. At the end of the dinner, we had the pleasure of going with Chef Filippo Saporito to one of the most touching places we had ever seen. He brought us at the 4th floor, where we could admire the best view over Florence, being the highlight of this truly unique experience!
Address: Costa S. Giorgio, 6/a, 50125 Florence, Italy Website: http://www.laleggendadeifrati.it/
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LUXURY SPAS WE COVET
THE BEAUTY, LOUNGE & EXPERIENCE iLOVESKIN The Beauty, Lounge & Experience cares about your well-being, your emotions, your body and your skin. Their purpose is to show you how to feel good, inside and out. We Take Care is their philosophy, allowing them to surprise clients with the quality of their work and by the soul they put into all kind of aesthetic beauty treatments, respecting the desire to feel good, while maintaining the natural beauty that makes you unique.
I LOVESKIN SPA Lounge & Experience
In November 2014, “iLOVESKIN” was created in order to be a model project in the field of distribution and representation in the Iberian Peninsula. In the cosmetic, make-up and hair products they distinguish themselves through the training. In 2015 the brand advanced to its internationalization with office opening in Abu Dhabi (UAE). iLOVESKIN The Beauty, Lounge & Experience cares about your wellbeing, your emotions, your body, and your skin. Their purpose is to show you how to feel good, inside and out. We Take Care is their philosophy, allowing them to surprise clients by the quality of their work and by the soul they put into all kind of aesthetic beauty treatments, respecting the desire to feel good, while maintaining your good natural beauty, that makes you unique. Passion for beauty, attention to detail and state-of-theart technology make their brand the most important institution specialized in terms of aesthetics. While respecting brands, “iLOVESKIN” has the ultimate goal to help you have a beautiful and healthy body. Thalac is the brand used in face, body and men’s treatments, which strictly follow Thalac treatment protocols. These protocols are unique and a result of research developed by
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Thalac laboratories, in partnership with Thalassotherapy centres. They
For that reason, they rely on the must cut of the edge technology in the
give priority to manual methods and techniques that lead to immediate
beauty and cosmetic industry to provide the most advanced treatments,
results, while maintaining comfort and well-being. Associated with
in fighting premature aging as well as relaxing body and mind.
marine assets, the strengthen effectiveness of the brandâ€™s products.
Dare to imagine an audacious and efficient experience in one place
Their esthetical and wellbeing market knowledge leads them to believe
totally inspired on a visionaire service that defy tradition.
they have the answer to delay the effects of inadequate nutrition, stress
Address: Av. Clotilde, Arcadas do Parque, 52A, 2765-266 Estoril, Portugal
and unhealthy lifestyle that lead to a dull, aged and malnourished skin.
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WHEN FASHION MEETS INTERIOR DESIGN Each year, many Fashion Weeks take place in the biggest cities in the world and dictate what are the top trends we should follow. But what happens when fashion trends influence the design world? CovetED Magazine brings you two trends that can easily be applied to any interior design: Mixed Patterns and Colour Map. Are you brave enough to bring these trends into your decor?
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A-CERO Address: Santa Cruz de Marcenado 2 Bajo 1, 28015 MADRID, SPAIN ARPER TOKYO SHOWROOM Address: HT Jingu Gaien Bldg. 8F 2-7-22 Kita Aoyama, Minato-Ku, Tokyo 107-0061 ARTEFACTO Address: Avenida das Nações Unidas - Brooklin, Sao Paulo, Brazil ARTERIORS LOS ANGELEs Address: 8620 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA ARTEXA Address: Av. Homero 1433, Polanco, Polanco II Secc, 11550, City of Mexico, Mexico ATELIER AMARO Website: http://atelieramaro.pl/ Adress: Plac Trzech Krzyży 10/14, 00-507 Warsaw, Poland B&B ITALIA Address: Av. Brasil, 1653 - Jardim America, Sao Paulo, Brazil BOCA DO LOBO Website: www.bocadolobo.com Address: Rua Particular de Regueirais, nº33, 4435-379 Rio Tinto, Porto, Portugal BOCONCEPT Address: Winsome House, 73 Wyndham St, Central, Hong Kong BOUTIQUE DANOISE Address: Aeschenvorstadt 36, 4010 Basel, Switzerland BRABBU Website: www.brabbu.com Address: Rua Particular de Regueirais, nº33, 4435-379 Rio Tinto, Porto, Portugal BRAND EQUITY Address: 1st Floor, Kwai Bo Industrial Building 40 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong BREDAQUARANTA Address: via Ernesto Breda, 40, Sesto San Giovanni, Milan, Italy CASA ITALIA Address: Presidente Masaryk 326 - Col. Polanco, C.P. 11560, City of Mexico - Mexico CASA MILANO Address: Al Waha Complex, Sheikh Zayed Rd, Dubai, UAE CASA PALACIO Address: Av. Vasco de Quiroga 3850, Col. Santa Fe Cuajimalpa, City of Mexico, Mexico CASA|NOVA Address: Al sayyah building between 3rd & 4th interchange 122308, Dubai, UAE CASSINA SHANGHAI Address: 407, JSWB Hongqiao Living Centerm No.75, Loushanguan Road, Shanghai, China CIBONE Address: 2F, 2-27-25 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku Tokyo CIRCU Website: www.circu.net Address: Rua Particular de Regueirais, nº33, 4435-379 Rio Tinto, Porto, Portugal CLASSIC LIVING Address: F1, 1388 Wuzhong Road, Shanghai, China CONSORT DESIGN Address: 6918 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA COVET DOURO Website: www.covethouse.eu/virtual-tours/douro/ Address: Avenida Clube de Caçadores, 4604, Gondomar, Portugal COVET LISBON Website: www.covethouse.eu Address: Avenida Aida - Estoril Garden, Ap. 161, 2765187 Estoril, Portugal COVET LONDON Website: www.covethouse.eu/virtual-tours/london/ Address: 1 Regal House Lensbury Avenue Fulham London SW6 2GZ, UK COVET NYC Website: www.covethouse.eu/covet-showrooms/ covet-nyc/ Address: 172 Madison Ave, 3rd Floor New York, NY 10016, USA COVET PARIS Website: www.covethouse.eu/virtual-tours/paris/ Address: 154 Rue de Rosiers, 93400 Saint-Ouen, Paris, France COVET VALLEY Website: www.covethouse.eu/covet-showrooms/ covet-valley/ Address: Tv. Clube de Caçadores 301, 4420-089 Gondomar, Portugal DECOART Address: Al Barsha 2, Umm Suqeim Road, Dubai, UAE
DECOR8 Address: 9/F Unit B, Fuk Chiu Factory Bldg, 20 Bute St, Mong Kok, Hong Kong DEL ANNO ATELIER Address: Av. República do Líbano, 1707 - Moema, Sao Paulo, Brazil DELIGHTFULL Website: www.delightfull.eu Address: Rua Particular de Regueirais, nº33, 4435-379 Rio Tinto, Porto, Portugal DESIGN REPUBLIC Address: 639 Queen St. West TORONTO, ON, M5V 2B7 DESIGNBUTIK ADLER WALKER Address: Klybeckstrasse 170, 4057 Basel, Switzerland DESIGNERS WALK Address: 168 Bedford Road 2nd Floor, Toronto ON M5R 2K9 DesignLink - Showroom The Loft Address: Unit 02-03, 17/F, 88 hing fat street, causeway bay, hong kong DOPO DOMANI INTERNATIONAL INTERIOR DESIGN Address: Kantstraße 148D, Berlin, Germany ELTE MKT Address: 1381 Castlefield Ave, York, ON, Canada Emporium Inneneinrichtungen Address: Brandenburgische Str. 71, 10713 Berlin, Germany ESPACE LUMIÈRE Address: 167-169 Bd Haussmann, 75008 Paris, France ESSENTIAL HOME Website: www.essentialhome.eu Address: Rua Particular de Regueirais, nº33, 4435-379 Rio Tinto, Porto, Portugal EZEQUIELFARCA + CRISTINA GRAPPIN Address: Campos Elíseos 158, Polanco, Polanco V Secc, 11560, City of Mexico, Mexico FLAIR HOME COLLECTION Address: 88 Grand St, New York, NY 10013, USA FORMUS Address: MG Road, Pillar 111, Ghitorni, New Delhi, Delhi 110030, India FRANCIS SULTANA Address: Francis Sultana Ltd., 2-4 King Street, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6QP, United Kingdom FRED INTERNATIONAL Address: B4 85 Dunning Avenue Rosebery 2018, Sydney, Australia FURNITURE PARK Address: 15 Furniture Block, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi, India GRAYSON LUXURY Address: 275 S La Cienega Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA Great Dane Address: 613 Elizabeth St, Redfern NSW 2016, Sydney, Australia GUILLAUME ALAN Address: Hyde Park Studio, London, United Kingdom GUNNI & TRENTINO Address: Paseo de la Habana, 3, 28036 Madrid, Spain HARBINGER Address: 752 North La Cienega Blvd., West Hollywood, CA HOTEL CONTINENTAL OSLO Website: https://www.hotelcontinental.no/ Address: Stortingsgata 24/26, 0117 Oslo HÔTEL DE CRILLON Website: https://www.rosewoodhotels.com/en/hotelde-crillon Address: 10, Place de la Concorde, 75008 Paris, France HOTEL EAST MIAMI Website: https://www.east-miami.com/ Address: 788 Brickell Plaza, Miami, FL 33131, USA HÔTEL PROVIDENCE Website: http://www.hotelprovidenceparis.com/ Address: 90 Rue René Boulanger, 75010 Paris, France HOTEL VICTOR HUGO Website: https://victorhugohotel.com/pt/hotel.html Address: 19 Rue Copernic, 75116 Paris, France ILLULIAN Address: Via Alessandro Manzoni, 41, 20121 Milan, Italy IMPACT Address: 5-25-19 Higashi Gotanda, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo Tokyo Design Center (TDC) 3rd floor INDIGO LIVING Address: No.185 - 187 An Fu Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai 200031, China INTERFACE Address: Edifício Igarassu, Rua Surubim, 577 – Conjuntos 73/74 7o Andar, Sao Paulo, Brazil INTERNI Address: Via Filippo Turati, 8, 20121 Milano MI, Italy
IOTA BOUTIQUE FURNITURE Address: 1/45 WHS Kirti Nagar, New Delhi-110015, India JARDAN Address: 42 Oxford Street, Paddington NSW 2021, Sydney, Australia JOURNEY EAST Address: 315 Outram Road, #03-02, Tan Boon Liat Building, Singapore 169074 KARE MOSCOW Address: Ulitsa Okhotnyy Ryad, 2, Moscow, Russia, 109012 KATHARINE POOLEY Address: 160 Walton St, Kensington, London SW3 2JL, United Kingdom KELLY WEARSTLER GALLERY Address: 8440 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood, CA KNOLL TORONTO Address: 109 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 200, Toronto, ON M6K 1X4 KRASSKY Address: 119021, Timura Frunze street 11/1, Moscow, Russia KUNSTHALLE BASEL Address: Kunsthalle Basel, Steinenberg 7, CH-4051 Basel, Switzerland L.A. STUDIO Address: Calle de Castelló, 8, 28001 Madrid, Spain L’ARÔME RESTAURANTE Website: https://www.larome.fr/ Address: 3, Rue Saint-Philippe du Roule, 75008 Paris, France LADURÉE CHAMPS-ÉLYSÉES Website: https://www.laduree.fr/laduree-paris-champselysees.html Address: 75 Av. des Champs-Élysées, 75008 Paris, France L’ATELIER DE JOËL ROBUCHON Website: http://latelier-newyork.com/ Address: 85 10th Ave, New York, NY 10011, USA LE CINQ CODET HOTEL Website: https://lecinqcodet.com/pt/ Address: 5 Rue Louis Codet, 75007 Paris, France LE CINQ RESTAURANT Webiste: http://www.restaurant-lecinq.com/ Address: 31 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France LE GRAND VÉFOUR Website: http://www.grand-vefour.com/ Address: 17 Rue de Beaujolais, 75001 Paris, France LE MEURICE Website: https://www.dorchestercollection.com/en/ paris/le-meurice/ Address: 228 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France LE ROYAL MONCEAU Website: https://www.leroyalmonceau.com/pt-pt/ Address: 37 Avenue Hoche, 75008 Paris, France LIVING ART DESIGN Address: Freie Str. 50, 4001 Basel, Switzerland LIVING EDGE Address: The Woolstores, Shed 74, 4D Huntley Street, Alexandria, Sydney, Australia LLADRÓ SHOWROOM Address: Piazza Fontana, 6, 20122 Milano MI, Italy LUXXU Website: www.luxxu.net Address: Rua Particular de Regueirais, nº33, 4435-379 Rio Tinto, Porto, Portugal MAISON VALENTINA Website: www.maisonvalentina.net Address: Rua Particular de Regueirais, nº33, 4435-379 Rio Tinto, Porto, Portugal MAISON&OBJET PARIS Website: www.maison-objet.com/ Address: Parc des Expositions de Paris Nord Villepinte MARCHÉ AUX PUCES Address: 124 Rue des Rosiers, 93400 Saint Ouen, France MARINA HOMe Address: National Industries Park (Technopark), Dubai, UAE MCM HOUSE Address: 3/276 Devonshire St, Surry Hills, Sydney, Australia MINOTTI SHANGHAI Address: 151 Jianguo W Rd, Dapuqiao, Huangpu, Shanghai, China MINOTTi Address: 134 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016, USA NAIISE Address: #02-02/24, Orchard Gateway, 227 Orchard Rd, Singapore, 238858 NORTHVIEW Address: Calle de Julian Camarillo, 47, 28037 Madrid, Spain
ONE KINGS LANE Address: 143 Spring St 2nd Floor, New York, NY, USA OSCAR GRAF Address: 15, rue de Seine 75006 Paris, France OUT OF STOCK Address: G/F, Fo Tan Industrial Centre, 26 - 28 Au Pui Wan Street, Shatin, N.T, Fo Tan, Hong Kong PACIFIC COMPAGNIe Address: 166 rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré, 75008 Paris, France PORADA Address: Via B. Buozzi, 2 - 22060 Cabiate, Como, Italy PREGGO Website: www.preggogroup.com/ Address: Travessa Marques de Sá 68, 4435-324 Rio Tinto, Porto, Portugal PULLCAST Website: www.pullcast.eu Address: Rua Particular de Regueirais, nº33, 4435-379 Rio Tinto, Porto, Portugal PURITY DESIGN GALLERY Address: Office 102 /103, 1st Floor, Building 8, Design District, D3, Dubai, UEA RALPH PUCCI Address: 44 W 18th St, New York, NY 10011, USA RESOURCE FURNITURE Address: Agua 151, Jardines del Pedregal, 01900, City of Mexico, Mexico RIMADESIO Address: Nizhnyaya Syromyatnicheskaya st. 11, block 52 ‘artplay’, 105120, Moscow, Russia RITZ PARIS Address: 15 Place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, France ROCHE BOBOIS PARIs Address: #01-02 Boon Siew Building, 75 Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore, 229833 ROYAL ROOM Address: Lomonosovskiy Prospekt, 29 Moscow, Russia, 119192 RUBY DESIGN LIVING Address: Julie-Wolfthorn-Straße 1, 10115 Berlin, Germany RUG’SOCIETY Website: www.rugsociety.eu Address: Rua Particular de Regueirais, nº33, 4435-379 Rio Tinto, Porto, Portugal SCANTEAK Address: #03-01, Shaw Centre, 1 Scotts Rd, Singapore, 228208 SEGATTO Address: Alameda Gabriel Monteiro da Silva, 949 Jardim América, Sao Paulo, Brazil SHIRAKAWA Address: Tokyo design center 4F 5-25-19, Higashigotanda, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo SINGAPORE TRADING POST Address: 315 Outram Road 07-01 Tan Boon Liat Building, Singapore 169074 STAFFAN TOLLGARD Address: Grosvenor Waterside, Gatliff Rd, London SW1W 8QN, United Kingdom STEIDTEN+ Address: Wilhelmstraße 43, 10117 Berlin, Germany STONES Address: 5 Chome-5-4 Minamiaoyama, Minato City, Tokyo 107-0062, Japan STYLEGARAGE Address: 78 Ossington Avenue, Toronto, ON M6J 2Y7 SUR MESURE PAR THIERRY MARX RESTAURANT Website: https://www.mandarinorientalbrazil.com/ paris/place-vendome/fine-dining/restaurants/frenchcuisine/sur-mesure-par-thierry-marx Address: 251 rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris, France THE PENINSULA Address: 19 Avenue Kléber, 75116 Paris, France THOMAS HERRENDORF Address: Lietzenburger Str. 99, 10707 Berlin, Germany TIMOTHY OULTON Address: D-41, Defence Colony, New Delhi, 110024, India TIMOTHY OULTON Address: Home Concept, Design Center ArtPlay, Nizhnjaja Syromyatnicheskaya, Street, 10-2, Moscow, Russia VIDE-GRENIERS Address: Calle de Segovia, 31, 28005 Madrid, Spain VILA VITA PARC Website: www.vilavitaparc.com/en/upcoming-events/ fine-wines-food-fair Address: Rua Anneliese Pohl, Alporchinhos, 8400-450 Porches, Algarve, Portugal VOLTEX Address: 40 boulevard Henri IV, 75004 Paris, France WOHNBEDARF Address: Aeschenvorstadt 48, 4051 Basel, Switzerland
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