C3 Design llc
The Dedar Collection comprises over 300 articles and 3000 colourways. 500,000 metres of stocked fabric enable 98% of orders to be immediately available for delivery.
Free-roaming inspiration, elegance, force of expression, the desire to experiment, a passion for precious qualities and extensive colour ranges constitute the essence of Dedar’s creative spirit. Creation is a process of development that demands time to allow for experimentation and errors, so that the resulting product may become a future classic.
OC Carpet produces bespoke hand-knotted and hand-tufted rugs, to your specifications. Working with silk, wool, nylon, and other fibers to develop the design, that you envision, in the materials that work best for your space..
Ot/tra by Zimmerman Workshop designs and handcrafts furniture for workplace, hospitality, and residential interiors. Established in 2016 by husband-and-wife team Adam and Sofia Zimmerman, the organic-yet-refined furniture is a natural extension of their Brooklyn-based firm, Zimmerman Workshop Architecture + Design. Like the firm’s architectural projects, the furniture reflects commitment to technical rigor, meticulous detailing, quality construction, and a softened contemporary aesthetic.
The Zimmermans ventured into the furniture world after they designed a table for their office, which was fabricated by a local woodworker. With its wavy legs, the table was based on a kitchen island they originally designed for a client. They never thought it would go much further than that, but this process paved the way for new ideas, and within a year, they brought their nine-piece Catenary Collection to market, first at the Architectural Digest Design Show, then BKLYN Designs and ICFF.
All of the furniture is designed and made in Ot/tra’s own Brooklyn woodshop, not far from where Sofia and Adam live with their two children, Otto and Petra (and the inspiration behind the company name). Because production is in-house, they have much more freedom to explore customization options with their clients. They also like that they can be absolutely certain that each product meets their high standards.
For more information, please visit www.ot-tra.com.
Lewis Mittman Hospitality
Lewis Mittman has been creating high quality furniture in the United States since 1953. In 1970 the manufacturing base was expanded to Italy, and again, in 2007, to include Asia where we now produce 90% of our offering for the discerning designer, purchasing agent and property.
Our collection extends over 4 decades of reproductions and original design, with the preponderance of our work now dedicated to original, custom designs, speciﬁed by designers from around the world.
Over the past few years we have greatly expanded the operational side of our business. Jamie Hoover, our Senior Project Director, is based on the US east coast and is in daily contacts with our clients and project teams. In Asia, our operation is centered in China. Our owner, Steve Mittman, with almost 50 years of experience, is now based in China over half of the year, insisting on personally overseeing production, strategy and quality. He is deeply involved in the quote process, pre-production and ensuring the Lewis Mittman quality standards remain at the highest level. Our Senior Vice President, Jonathan Houghton, who has over 15 years of extensive experience in Europe and Australia, and Asia in designing and managing hospitality projects. He is based in Shanghai and manages our operations in Asia as well as regularly traveling to the US visiting projects as well as continuing to build relationships at all levels.
These key people are supported by a team of project management and quality control personnel handling the daily manufacturing operations.
Viya is celebrated for its ‘unique, modern and dramatic masterpieces’ that blur the lines between design, furniture and art.
Led by brother and sister team, Vikram and Divya Goyal, New Delhi-based Viya offers a range of luxurious highly crafted products including furniture, sculptures, hardware, and lighting.
Customization and bespoke design is a cornerstone of Viya’s work. Original designs are handcrafted by highly skilled Indian artisans employing centuries-old methods once patronized by royal families — underscoring a commitment to exquisite craftsmanship.
Viya has collaborated with architects and interior designers globally, and works with clients in the corporate, high-end residential and hospitality sectors, often creating one-off bespoke objects and installations.
A graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, Annie Kantor earned her B.F.A. in Textile Design in 1994. Her professional experience in the contract textile industry includes designing woven upholstery and panel fabrics, most recently as Head of Custom Studio at Maharam. Currently based in Oakland, California, she brings her textile-design expertise to the realm of metal via AJK Design Studio Inc.
Frustrated by the lack of enticing designs in metal while seeking elements for a personal architectural project, Annie discovered an opportunity to apply her expertise in repeating-pattern design to develop a line of interior custom metal work. From that impetus originated a series of custom heat registers and vents, inspired by and created with tools linked to the textile industry.
Today she brings her signature designs and custom creations to architects and interior designers who want every detail to matter.
The process begins with inspiration from her surroundings and a general awareness of patterns in her environment. Whether inspired by a shadow on a tennis court or based on the design of a striking tiled floor in Istanbul, each design starts with a hand-drawn sketch or painting. This important step ensures a bit of her own hand in the finished product. The artwork is scanned into a CAD program specifically configured for textile designers, which is ideal for creating patterns in repeat. The final product, manufactured in the US, utilizes either precision laser or water-jet technology as a means of cutting her patterns out of metal.
Ricca was founded in 2014 by Pierluigi Biasiolo and Roberto Ricca whose experiences in the international markets inspire them to select the best talents in design.
Ricca is much more than a lighting company. It is the bridge between different worlds, different way of life. It is the ideal link between the genius of our designs and the ancient art of the Maestri
Ricca is a division of OR Illuminazione, a family owned company located in the Province of Venice and dedicated to the production of Crystal and Murano Glass lighting solutions.
Ricca production is entirely Made in Italy in the respect of the highest quality standard and working conditions.
HC28 prides itself as one of the pioneering high-end modern furniture brands from China. By introducing a unique blend of the Eastern world meeting its Western counterpart, the collection offers the best of the two cultures : true design innovation and sheer creativity from the West serviced by exceptional craftsmanship and a deep commitment to refinement from the East, rarely achieved at the level. As a result, HC28 is regarded as a rare example of timeless modernity and genuine elegance.
Since the late 90's, Jianwei LI and the Fargo Group have been working hand in hand specializing in the distribution of leading contemporary design brands from France and Italy on the Chinese market. In 2006, they put together a multinational team of experts in furniture design, distribution and production to create HC28. Hence the concept of this new line and its brand name : HC28.The name HC28 is simple yet meaningful : the brand introduces a 'Home Collection' concept reflecting a sense of refinement and harmonious modernity. As for 28, it refers to the location of its first manufacture which had been originally located precisely 28km east of the Forbidden City in Beijing!
A new approach to the manufacture of heritage materials
Solomon&Wu present their collection of luxury surfaces made in the UK using industrial craft processes.
Taking the skills of artisans honed over many years of practice Solomon&Wu work to develop a manufacturing process allowing for medium to large-scale production of beautiful materials retaining handmade elements of theindividual craftsman.