Lindsey Adelman

Lindsey Adams Adelman was born in New York City. Her current work is a culmination of endlessly making things with her hands as a little girl, to receiving a BA in English Literature, to working for the Smithsonian, to finding her way to RISD to earn a BFA in Industrial Design. An ongoing interest in combining the hand-crafted with the machine-made, the sensual with the practical, and the feminine with the masculine consistently marks her work.

Michael Anastassiades
Michael Anastassiades launched his studio in London in 1994 to explore contemporary notions of culture and aesthetics through a combination of product, furniture and environmental design. Positioned between fine art and design, his work aims to provoke dialogue, participation and interaction. He creates objects that are minimal, utilitarian and almost mundane yet full of a vitality one might not expect. Anastassiades' work is featured in permanent collections at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

Apparatus Studio

Founded in 2012 by Gabriel Hendifar and Jeremy Anderson. Born from playful experimentation with vintage lighting components, Apparatus is a New York based design studio. Aged brass, etched glass, leather, and porcelain are combinated to create lighting fixtures that fuse sculptural form with hand-worn materials...

Francesco Balzano

Francesco Balzano is a French furniture and objects designer based in Paris. His research work is a permanent tribute to the beauty of timeless things. The simplicity is used as an ultimate sophistication, mixing noble materials, purity of lines and essential functions of everyday lifestyle. 



BassamFellows’ pioneering Craftsman Modern aesthetic, which marries architectural authority with a minimal-artisanal philosophy, was introduced with the debut of the iconic BassamFellows Tractor Stool at the 2003 Salone del Mobile in Milan. From its inception, the company has focused on building relationships with some of the world’s leading craftspeople, whilst forging innovative and intelligent collaborations across the worlds of architecture, branding and design.

Collection Particulière

Born with the great love of objects by the editor Jérôme Aumont, each piece from Collection Particulière cannot be reduced to its function, it tells a story. It is created like an artwork, exhibited in a museum or in an exhibition. When its story becomes part of our lives, it becomes the object of necessity. In nature, it resembles the materials of which it is made: wood, marble, leather, brass and ceramic. It ages with elegance and with a subtle patina.

Christophe Delcourt

Discreet as well as daring, Christophe Delcourt is above all a great defender of French arts and crafts. The designer launched his own furniture company in 1995 and quickly established himself internationally. For him, each new piece is an opportunity to start afresh and consider everything from a slightly different point of view, but always with the same passion and the same faith: All starts from the material and the gesture. Each of his work reflects meticulous attention to detail, perfect harmony of rigour and sensuality, continuous pursuit of excellence, and undeniable expertise in materials (wood, metal, brass, marble, leather or fabric).

Garnier & Linker

Guillaume Garnier and Florent Linker are two French creators based in Paris. Their work is about giving a contemporary design to rare materials and savoir-faire.

Angelo Mangiarotti

Angelo Mangiarotti is one of the great names of Twentieth century Italian design, a committed, cultivated and brillant designer, capable of embracing the ideals of the Modern Movement and going beyond them with his experimental and extremely original designs.

Founded in 2000 by engineers Etienne Gounot and Eric Jähnke, Ozone has been thriving in the creation of highly technical and bespoke lighting.
Stéphane Parmentier

Stéphane Parmentier started his career in fashion business. After having worked for Lanvin, Hervé Léger, Karl Lagerfeld and Givenchy, he created his interior decoration agency in 2010. He made projects in various regions of the world including Paris, London, Ibiza, the Côte d’Azur, Geneva and Miami as well as the interior design of 1st and business class cabins for Singapore Airlines.

Michaël Verheyden

Belgian-born former model Michael Verheyden studied industrial design at Genk’s Media & Design Academy and worked for Raf Simons before starting his own company in his home town of Genk in 2002.


Zak & Fox

Zak & Fox imagines designs that are not only complex and beautiful, but also engage through a deeper, layered narrative. Zak & Fox uses storytelling as the catalyst for everything they create. They are tuned to history and myth, folklore and fable – a creative tapestry that informs all that they do.