The EquipHotel Paris 2016 furniture show will take place in 6-10 November this year. EquipHotel is a hospitality trade show that will host interior designers, architects and furniture manufacturers. Modern Chairs is going to be there and gives you a preview of the show.
BRABBU – Pav 7.2 – Stand M028
BRABBU designs reflect an intense way of living, an urban lifestyle, telling stories from nature and the world through materials and textures. BRABBU designs and produces a diverse range of furniture, casegoods, upholstery, lighting, rugs, art and accessories that tell stories about nature and the world. All these stories are written by the materials, textures, scents, flavors and colors that live inside nature and inside the urban life. With BRABBU you will get more than a design piece, you will get a diversity of spaces fulfilled with memories and unique sensations in perfect harmony with your spaces and your personality.
Internationally renowned, ALIVAR has brought significant projects to fruition all over the world through its Contract Division. It has furnished public buildings, banks, museums, theatres, hospitals, libraries, cruise ships, and even bars, restaurants, hotels, residences, nursing homes and schools.
Virgine Lobrot is an upholsterer-decorator. She has launched a line of nomad armchairs called «Temps Libre». Her collection is enhanced with every new season. Cover with fabric, felt, leather, linen and outdoor fabrics. Today’s chair has two seating heights and an assorted footrest coffee table, bar stool, ladder and shelves. Also nomad-style.
LES PIEDS SUR LA TABLE
Les Pieds sur la Table is the story of a passion for furniture, creation and colour. Sandrine Reverseau nurtured and developed this passion with the help of a carpenter, then as a hobby in parallel to her professional life in a completely different field.
StableTable are unique patented self-stabilising table bases for professional use in the hospitality industry. Fully automatically the table bases adjusts to any uneven surface and manages height differences up to 25 mm.
Source: Paris Design Agenda