harmony-web

Concepta

CONTEMPORARY FURNITURE

silla-crack

CHAIRS

sillon-extra

ARMCHAIRS

butaca-la-pacca

EASYCHAIRS

taburete-delfos

STOOLS

sofa-2-h

SOFAS

hyperelipse-mesa

TABLES

DESIGNERS

Miguel Milà

Miguel Milà represents Spanish design like nobody else. A member of the generation of design pioneers of the 1950s, he has seen how some of his furniture and lamps have become true classics.

Diego Fortunato

Diego Fortunato founded his first design studio in 1995 in Barcelona, and his London design studio followed in 2011. The Argentine-born designer's lighting, street furniture, rugs, upholstery, and limited-edition objects reside between industrial design, sculpture and conceptual art.

David Carrasco

The industrial and product design studio based in Barcelona and founded in 2010 offers innovative and customized solutions. His previous 10 years working in other design studios and corporate design teams have brought a dual vision to the studio.

Yonoh Design

Yonoh es un estudio de diseño fundado en 2006 por Clara del Portillo y Alex Selma, en Valencia, España. Uniendo su curiosidad creativa, crean trabajos en el diseño de productos.
Yonoh trabaja en proyectos que se diferencian por su sencillez y funcionalidad, diseños que rezuman frescura y singularidad.

Carlos Tíscar

Although he actually started designing when he was six years old, he had to study and graduate from the Valencia School of Applied Arts (1982), specializing in Industrial Design. Two years later, he moved to Italy to study at the Scuola Politécnica di Design in Milan. He began to dedicate himself professionally to design as a member of the Factoría Diseño Industrial group (1987) and as a partner of Gesto Design Management (1991).

Miguel Herranz

Miguel Herranz is a Spanish designer who carries out industrial design projects covering various fields such as interior design projects and designs of products. Miguel Herranz has received multiple awards during his career such as: Excellent Award International Car Design competition 1996, Excellent Award International Industrial Design Competition 2002, Design Plus at “Light and Building 2006”

Miguel Milà

Miguel Milà represents Spanish design like nobody else. A member of the generation of design pioneers of the 1950s, he has seen how some of his furniture and lamps have become true classics.

Diego Fortunato

Diego Fortunato founded his first design studio in 1995 in Barcelona, and his London design studio followed in 2011. The Argentine-born designer's lighting, street furniture, rugs, upholstery, and limited-edition objects reside between industrial design, sculpture and conceptual art.

David Carrasco

The industrial and product design studio based in Barcelona and founded in 2010 offers innovative and customized solutions. His previous 10 years working in other design studios and corporate design teams have brought a dual vision to the studio.

Yonoh Design

Yonoh es un estudio de diseño fundado en 2006 por Clara del Portillo y Alex Selma, en Valencia, España. Uniendo su curiosidad creativa, crean trabajos en el diseño de productos.
Yonoh trabaja en proyectos que se diferencian por su sencillez y funcionalidad, diseños que rezuman frescura y singularidad.

Carlos Tíscar

Although he actually started designing when he was six years old, he had to study and graduate from the Valencia School of Applied Arts (1982), specializing in Industrial Design. Two years later, he moved to Italy to study at the Scuola Politécnica di Design in Milan. He began to dedicate himself professionally to design as a member of the Factoría Diseño Industrial group (1987) and as a partner of Gesto Design Management (1991).

Miguel Herranz

Miguel Herranz is a Spanish designer who carries out industrial design projects covering various fields such as interior design projects and designs of products. Miguel Herranz has received multiple awards during his career such as: Excellent Award International Car Design competition 1996, Excellent Award International Industrial Design Competition 2002, Design Plus at “Light and Building 2006”
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