Monday, July 30, 2018

Pamper yourself with the luxurious Stressless Consul

You've worked so hard to be where you are today. You are now a CEO, a successful businessman, or a manager of a company. When you've moved up all the way of the ladder, isn't it time you gift yourself something? perhaps some rest, some comfort or still better, a recliner that gives you both.

Pamper yourself with the luxurious Consul recliner by Stressless®. Stately and refined, this design has simple lines, effortless Scandinavian styling and ushers incomparable comfort. With a 360° swivel and patented Glide system, the Consul responds to and works with the motion of your body to give you unmatched support and superior comfort.



When you buy a Stressless® recliner, you gain a lot more than just the price you pay. Here are 15 reasons why a Stressless® recliner is worth every penny.

1. Comfort Is Their #1 Priority 

Nobody cares more about your personal comfort at home or in the office than Stressless®. The patented Glide system™ is the key to the renowned Stressless® comfort. Even when seated, your body still moves, shifting position hundreds of times. The idea is to design furniture that effortlessly supports your every movement - this is the essence of Stressless®. The Glide system™ ushers perfect balance, letting the chair automatically move in harmony with your body, adjusting to your body weight - no need to push buttons or levers! Each recliner contains internal technology to support your body’s position and plush cushioning that allows you to completely relax.

2. Supports Head and Lumbar

Stressless® has the technology and ergonomic support many other furniture makers don’t offer. As you sit upright or glide into position, the chair stays focused on offering the proper support for your back. And we all know when your back is happy, so are you. The Stressless® Plus™ provides continuous support for your head and lower back. Upright or reclined, you’re always perfectly supported. Double-sided mechanism ensures maximum stability and functionality. When you recline, the headrest automatically moves up the optimum angle, so you can read a book, watch TV, or browse your iPad, perfectly relaxed.

3. All parts and pieces from start to finish are made from high-quality materials and sturdy steel. Scientifically engineered flexo springs on a steel frame for precise ergonomics, durability, and strength. Stressless® stands by their work by guaranteeing their products and materials against failing from regular wear and tear. The durable steel frame and flexo springs offer superior resilience and continuous support.



4. Whether you’re sitting all day at the office or relaxing in your easy chair, Stressless® offers support at all angles. You should be protected any way you choose to relax, which is why Stressless® technology reads your body position and automatically adjusts for the best fit.

5. The perforated foam is moulded directly over the frame allowing it to take up the proper contour for your body; giving good ventilation and long-lasting, superior comfort. The indentations in the new Comfort-Zones™ technology lets your body sink deeper into the seat, giving you an overall embraced feeling for even more enhanced personal comfort. A higher layer of polyurethane foam padding ensures optimum softness and comfort.



6. Super-soft polyester fibre covers the soft foam, cushions your body for that relaxing cushy feel and ensures an attractive look.

7. Customisable Options

With Stressless®, you can customize the leather, upholstery, and wood tone to match your style and preference for a luxurious look and feel.
There's nothing better than the option to pick high-quality genuine top-grain leather upholstery for the perfect touch of luxurious comfort. The look, smell, touch, and feel of Stressless® genuine leather is a sight to behold and something you must experience for yourself.



8. Robust Base

Two-stem base adds for smoother turning and superior stability.



9. Mobility 

Concealed swivel ring designed for great strength, durability, and an effortless 360 degree swivel for maximum mobility.



10. Free-Standing Ottoman 

An ottoman that can be positioned at the right leg length for you, with its built-in Glide function that adjusts to your body movement ensuring it moves effortlessly with your legs for ultimate comfort.

11. Furniture Shouldn’t Be One-Size-Fits-All. 

Stressless understands your personal needs and individual comfort and hence is available in three sizes. So that everyone can enjoy a movie or a good conversation in comfort.


12. Stressless Stands the Test of Time. 

These aren’t recliners you’ll get rid of anytime soon. They’re built to last and so comfortable that you may hold on to them for decades. Stressless® offers 10 years guarantee on internal mechanism. Besides, the products are endorsed by the American Chiropractic Association.



13.  Just the Right Style

No matter what your style, Stressless® has you covered. As a forward, innovative company, they have gorgeous, modern styles to choose from. More of a fan of traditional styles? You can find just what you need with Stressless®.

14. Norwegian-Inspired Designs

Crafted in Norway, Stressless® designs are inspired by Norwegian styles with a simplistic, minimalist flair. Reclining chairs have an open, airy feeling with a swivel base and the fine lines of their sofas inspire sophistication and relaxation at its finest.

15. Recliner Accessories

If you're tall, give your Stressless® a boost with the Elevator Ring. Gain nearly 1 ¼" of height and enhance your comfort.
Personal table - you can attach one to a Stressless® recliner with a classic base which provides a firm, stable working space right over your lap.
Swing table - is a practical and innovative accessory. Attaches to recliners with a classic base.



Stressless® offers superlative comfort that none can match. If you’re looking for a wow-factor piece that delivers on its promises, you’ll discover Stressless® furniture does not disappoint. You'll love coming back to home or office everyday.

So it's time you pamper yourself with the luxurious Stressless® Consul, because you deserve the world's best. The Consul recliner (₹1,87,000), now at ₹1,35,000. Only till stocks last. Also, you can check out our entire collection of Stressless recliners and sofas. Visit our store today.


Monday, July 23, 2018

The So Good So Big Sale Is Here

Isn't it time to own the luxury you've earned? Spread across South India, Simply Sofas stores in total have 80,000 sq.ft of fine European furniture made in Italy, Spain, Germany, Norway and The Netherlands, in short, Europe's finest furniture is on sale in India. Up to 30% off on the entire collection of living, dining, bedroom, home theatre, and more. This is your opportunity to own great design.



If you still need reasons, here's why:
These original designs are crafted in some of the most advanced facilities in the industry and are shipped straight to us, to you.

While the product varies from brand to brand, our sofas are generally made of warp-proof European solid woods, high-resilience webbing, no-sag springs, patented shape-retaining foam, and goose feathers. Our table structures are built with specialised materials and reinforced stainless steel.

Both technology and craftsmanship come together to deliver flawless functionality. Almost every type of product is put through the most stringent tests that exist in the industry. Such as 400 quality checks and over 30,000 cycles of impact testing for sofas. Which means you get more than you pay for.

Some of our collection has the Golden M, the critical German quality certification, which suggests that the products are manufactured via environment-friendly conditions.

We have a collection that is quite simply put, unparalleled, a class apart. With over 425 shades of genuine European leather, with unmatched thicknesses of up to 5mm. And over 325 fabrics in flat-woven, velour, and microfibre.

Over 100 world famous architects and foremost furniture makers have worked on the designs from the inception to the final product to make their dreams come true. These original designs are available at our stores. And let's make it clear "there are no copies here".



Our collection right now on our store floors features over 350 sofas, 120 dining tables, 200 chairs, 70 recliners (and more) - all of which are available through 5 stores in 4 cities - Bangalore, Chennai, Coimbatore, and Kochi.

We are the exclusive partners for some of the world's best furniture makers. The brands include Leolux, Natuzzi, NicolettiHome, Koinor, Fama, Bonaldo, Tonin Casa, Calligaris, Alf Italia, Stressless, Becker, Varier, Mario Cioni, Bordbar, OSIM, Tajoma, Hands. (Making it 17 brands) While we also have the largest collection of Award-winning furniture and the awards include Red Dot Design Award, Good Industrial Design, Design Prize Switzerland, Interior Innovation Award.

So Fa(r), for 17 years,  Simply Sofas has brought comfort, class, luxury, and happiness to over 10,000 premium homes in South India.

Our large selection of products, both on display and in our exclusive stock system, means you can get the best almost immediately. You can even order a special colour, size, material, finish, configuration or choose from the brand catalogues. We deliver across south India.

All you have to do is visit our stores because the sale is only for a limited period.

Friday, June 29, 2018

What Does Your Sofa Sitting Position Reveal About You

Of course you have heard about IQ tests, memory tests, vocabulary tests, Rorschach inkblot test and the like. Well, here's another personality test that is pure fun, but also has its roots in body language. Let’s say there's a lot more to sitting on a sofa than meets the eye. Body posture and how we really carry ourselves says everything about us. So read and find out what your favourite sitting position on a sofa is and what it reveals about your personality. 

Below are 8 statements. Select only one from the eight which best suits your behaviour or sitting position. 

1. You sit in a drooping position with your head positioned lower than your sofa's headrest.
2. You keep your feet up in a lotus position on the sofa.
3. You cross your legs and sit on the sofa.
4. You occupy the entire sofa by stretching your legs.
5. You turn upside down and sit.
6. You keep your legs up and hug yourself and sit.
7. You keep one leg down and the other on the sofa.
8. As a couple, you have your feet on the partner's lap.

Tastes and liking differs from person to person. If your sitting position is not mentioned here, it is fine. There are many such positions that are more usual or unusual than these. You may have more than one behaviour of the above and that is absolutely fine, but to take this test you have to choose only one option which suggests your most usual behaviour. 

After choosing one statement from the above (selecting one that suits your personality), match the selected number from the above statement to the below-numbered personalities. For example, if your answer is 'yes' to the statement No. 2 which you think is your usual sitting position then your personality is that of No. 2 - 'The Mindful Yogi'. 


1. The Blatant Leaner

Sofa position: legs spread, sitting at the edge of the sofa, head and neck resting on the inside of the sofa

What it means: This position indicates that you are bored. It could also probably reflect being as content as a baby and dealing with life’s stresses with ease.


2. The Mindful Yogi

Sofa position: sitting Buddha-like lotus position on the sofa

What it means: It indicates that you feel open, agile, and carefree. The flexibility it takes to sit this way indicates that you’re emotionally flexible, as well.


3. The Proper Poser

Sofa position: somebody sitting all the way the back - ramrod straight with his/her legs crossed  

What it means: If you're sitting straight, comfortable then it indicates that you’re confident. It also means you’re a strong and reliable person, and everyone turns to you when they need help or comfort.
If you often cross, then bounce or shake your legs, it means you’re an organized and timely person. 
Just sitting straight and keeping your legs crossed can either mean you're insecure or very bold.


4. The Whole Hogger

Sofa position: somebody who comfortably settles on the sofa, just his/her elbows supporting him/her into a half-sitting position

What it means: Taking up this much space is a dominant way to sit on a sofa, but this doesn’t necessarily mean you are dominant in general. As you’re the most likely to have an active social life and the second most likely to have lots of friends, this is probably showing more of a quietly confident and contented sitter.


5.  The Jolly Oddball

Sofa position: somebody maybe bent over with face tucking into the sofa

What it means: It is the total opposite of how most people would sit on their sofa. This shows that you are a rule breaker, unusual, or like to be different in your own way.


6. The Blissful Hugger

Sofa position: sitting with arm around the knees and feet up on the sofa

What it means: Hugging yourself and sitting means that you are defensive or protecting yourself. You will take some time to get to know a person and will not accept someone with the first meet. It could also mean you are trying to relax. 


7. The Graceful Stork

Sofa position: sitting with one leg down and one leg crossed on the sofa

What it means: This indicates that he/she feels very comfortable with you and is interested in what you have to say or getting to know you better. Usually, women are more likely to sit like this than men. It also says that you are comfortable in your comfort zone and do not like taking risks. 


8. The Cuddlesome Two

Sofa position: either of the two has their feet on the other person's lap. 

What it means: A popular sitting style among the couples when it comes to watching a TV show. It is a sociable, warm and happy relationship, with a shared humour. Besides, it can also be interpreted that the lady wants a foot massage from her guy.



We hope you had fun with this personality trivia and what it reveals about you. Do share your thoughts in the comments. 

Wednesday, June 06, 2018

'Voices in Design' at Simply Sofas

When great minds come together extraordinary things happen. Simply Sofas along with IIID BRC organised 'Voices in Design', an event to bring the most highly regarded architects and designers on one platform at the Simply Sofas Mission Road Showroom, Bangalore. An intense discussion between renowned architects Krishnarao Jaisim, Sandeep Khosla, Sanjay Mohe, and author Apurva Bose Dutta marked the evening of May 25th, 2018. Featured in her book 'Architectural Voices of India', these icons spoke of their unique journeys in architecture, their deep passion for creating, and the challenges facing Indian architecture today. IIID award-winner Shruti Jaipuria of Maia Design presented her unique approach to interior design through a selection of acclaimed projects - Toast & Tonic, The Black Rabbit, Smoor, and The Flying Squirrel.

An intense discussion with (Left to right) author Apurva Bose Dutta, Ar. Sanjay Mohe, Ar. Sandeep Khosla, and Ar. Krishnarao Jaisim


Launch of the book 'Architectural Voices of India' by author Apurva Bose Dutta


A presentation by IIID award-winner Shruti Jaipuria of Maia Design

A memorable evening at Simply Sofas. Thanks to IIID BRC. 

The highlight was the introduction of cutting-edge Italian designer furniture brand, Molteni&C, with a special feature - 'Architects and Their Furniture', which presented the work of master architects Gio Ponti, Foster+Partners, Jean Nouvel, Vincent van Duysen, Patricia Urquoila and Michele de Lucchi - designers of furniture for Molteni&C. The brand is specialised in high-end home furniture and premium luxury projects (such as hotel, ships, theatres, and public buildings). The collection of Molteni&C bedroom, living, and dining furniture is now exclusively available at Simply Sofas in Bangalore and Chennai.

Molteni & C. The defining name in premium luxury furniture.

All in all, a memorable evening with wine, cheese, and voices in design.



The less we say, the more you see, don't you agree?  Come, and explore the Molteni&C collection or fix an appointment for a personal tour at a time convenient to you, please contact us:

Bangalore:
Deepak 95910 54444

Chennai:
Akshaya 90948 66666

OR

Simply visit our stores: http://www.simplysofas.in/stores 

Friday, May 25, 2018

14 Great Things We Saw At Milan Design Week 2018

Salone del Mobile/Milan Design Week 2018 is filled with exhibits, astounding installations, extraordinary product launches, new designs, and the latest in furniture. There is so much more to see and experience, but when you see people crowding at an installation, more people wonder what's happening and more curious people join the crowd. There are some designs and installations we felt were best of the lot, so here are our shortlisted picks from the fair.



Materials Village, an installation dedicated to materials, new technologies, and sustainability will host more than 20 companies. Two great installations dedicated to the theme of sustainability and materials were presented in the Art Garden. A spectacular tower by Studio Marco Piva shows materials at the base of an architectural project, whereas another installation of excellence on the theme of circular economy is curated by the famous designer Yona Friedman for CONAI and Consorzi di Filiera for packaging recycle. Among many new entries, a name of excellence stands out such as PUMA with the MIT Design Lab of Boston, showcased together an ongoing research in the field of bio-design. The project was on a high-performance fabric that reacts according to the percentage of air pollution. The exhibition focused on how the next generation of wearables can adapt in real time using living organisms to enhance performance and personal expressions. The four experiments include breathing shoe, deep learning insole, carbon eaters, and adaptive packaging.



Nendo: "forms of movement" is the sensorial exhibition, proposed by the award-winning and very anticipated Japanese studio Nendo. This year 10 concepts were presented based on the idea of movement, originating from an object’s function, material or production process. Some of the noteworthy mentions include woven table, bouncy layers, paper torch, zippppper project, blooming shades, four-layer vase, seven sliding cases, press tiles, variations of time, sketch capsule figures.



The up-cycling and recycling of plastics are important for the future of the planet. Ecobirdy is a new brand that creates ecological design furniture. The first collection of children’s furniture is produced exclusively from recycled plastic waste from Europe. A “terrazzo” look created with small coloured pieces of recycled plastic toys gives an original touch to the collection and makes each product a unique piece. This idea is to contribute to a more sustainable future as against the biggest man-made danger to the oceans there is. An effort in innovation for a beautiful planet.



Dassault Systèmes teams up with leading designer Kengo Kuma to tackle air pollution. Kengo Kuma presents a giant spiralling air-purifying sculpture with the ability to absorb the emissions of 90,000 cars per year. The sculpture – titled ‘breath/ng’ – comprises 120 hand-folded panels and is a towering 6 meters tall. It is a challenge to create a solution-based design that maximizes the use of existing pollution and neutralizing solutions.



Under Super Cover, a special installation by Studio Modulo indicates how form is essential. A delicate and embracing cloud invades the space with soft tones, lights and metallic sounds and guides the visitor through ancestral feelings, on a journey made of natural elements and sensory suggestions.



A garden pavilion, “Living Nature. La Natura dell’Abitare”, by Carlo Ratti Associati explores the relationship between nature and living. It is designed to explore whether or not space, urban or domestic, can become more human-friendly through the sustainable use of natural resources. Visitors who enter will experience four different seasons of the year - Winter, Spring, Summer, and Autumn.



The bath exhibition at iSaloni 2018 focused on innovation and sustainability. Cutting edge products for modern bathrooms reflected today’s strong demand for efficiency and energy savings, with the accent on water efficiency, indoor pollution prevention and personal health. Wellness and technology came together in ergonomics, colours and accessories, designed to stimulate emotions. Highlights included ceiling lights with inbuilt showers, cubicles that solved space problems, closets with enhanced hygiene features, and more. Some of the interesting things include Cleanet Riva shower toilet - a new technology with the sensor based washer. A design by Laufen. Dornbracht’s “Aquamoon,” created in collaboration with designer Michael Neumayr, was recently voted as one of the most extraordinary new products of the Salone del Mobile 2018. It consists of four different shower rays, which in combination with the different light scenarios make showering an experience for all the senses.


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For the first time, Grand Seiko makes its presence at Milan Design Week 2018 with 'THE FLOW OF TIME' art installation. It shows the worldview of Spring Drive, which has reached a new dimension that makes you feel the transience of time, approaching the essence of time. Twelve acrylic objects in different shapes are shown in the space, and parts of the Spring Drive watch movement are sealed inside of them. Looking into the objects, small twinkling parts and framed scenery are merged together, so you can feel the watch movement is approaching the essence of time. And small lights in the transparent objects imply the existence of small electricity generated by the parts themselves in silence. It is an art installation in which one can feel Grand Seiko’s thought just by looking into it. Designed by Takt Project.



Urban Hugs by Architect Stefano Boeri, a prototype public space designed to promote the gesture of hugging and conversation. To detach networks of social interactions for a few seconds and embrace each other. To abandon the metropolitan solitude for a few seconds and embrace someone: a friend, a stranger, a love, a lover, a son, a grandmother, the florist, the bartender, the head office, the Cast Iron. It is accompanied by the melodies of the cello by Piero Salvatori, in a liberating embrace. A micro-architecture made entirely of wood, which defines the physical limit where one can stop and isolate from the rhythms of everyday life. The prototype of a "minimal" place that is both open and permeable to view, but personal and intimate in fruition. A space for two.



Flavio Lucchini resident artist and author of all the artworks in the Superstudio’s garden. For Parade 2018, he stages “White Totem – Fashion Art Design” which showcases impressive white totems destinated to squares and urban spaces. With a background as an architect and art-director of important fashion magazines, Lucchini reflects on women dress as a metaphor of contemporary society. The Totems recount a dress that has become a pagan idol and at the same time make fashion eternal.



Kawai, in collaboration with the light artist Takahiro Matsuo, exhibits the poetic installation “Crystal Rain” where a piano with a transparent end floats upon undulating waves of water. As the instrument is played, each note sparkles as droplets of light, raining down into the space surrounding the piano, enhancing the crystal transparency and luxurious glow of this piece. This dreamlike piano is created to celebrate the company’s ninety years.



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Melogranoblu presents "Oneiros",an installation in which the visitor comes in contact with a creature with shimmering shapes, sleeping in an empty space, alive and mysterious, ancient and incomprehensible. Glass is its flesh, light is its breath, colour is its movement. It seems to be in front of the original shapes of the creation and to watch the very own flux of the matter, its eternal mutation, following the line of our gaze and the suggestion of our thought, released from the dream.



Caimi Brevetti's exhibition space is designed to create strong feelings in the visitor. This is obtained through an unusual way of presenting sound-absorbing acoustic products created with Snowsound and Snowsound Fibre Textile technologies. It reduces the annoying acoustic reverberation improving quality both of life and of work. As protagonists, this project allows one to experiment and at the same time activate the sight, touch, and hearing senses through a real experience that the visitor can do by going through a sound tunnel.



The Cotodama Lyric Speaker is the next generation speaker. It shows song lyrics beautifully through your phone. its design concept is "decorate your life with lyrics". The speaker visualises lyrics as an art piece in your living room. The brother model speaker consists of two boards leaned against the wall like a vinyl record jackets. front side is a screen which displays the lyrics, and the other one located behind contains two audio speakers.



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Thursday, May 17, 2018

The Best Young Designs We Saw At Salone Satellite 2018

If you are wondering where can young designers get visibility, then it is the Milan Design Week for sure. Every year, at the Milan fair, there is an event dedicated to the young designers – Salone Satellite. These young designers from all around the world come together to showcase their creativity, ideas, and be visible in the furniture market. The Salone Satellite Award is a further opportunity to facilitate contact between young designers and businesses. This year’s focus was Africa and Latin America, with designers from all over the world exploiting crossover forms - bridging design, technology and tradition.



Natalia Wieteska's Brinkk sideboard under the brand Envee is a storage solution inspired by the sculptural forms of contemporary architecture. The seemingly gravity-defying, monolithic, block of timber with its incision is an exercise in precision and perspective. The full collection consists of a range of sideboards and bookshelves which use this approach as inspiration. This product won the Red Dot Award for the Design Concept.



Cecilia Xinyu Zhang is another young designer whose works - The Fifth D Clock and Equant Suspension are worth mentioning. Her work explores the idea of introducing spatial consciousness into objects in altering viewer's perception on object and space. The Fifth D Clock is an attempt to interpret the concept of Fifth Dimensional Space. And, Equant Suspension lamp with an adjustable circular reflector provides indirect, diffused, and reflected illumination. This means single point light sources can create diffused lighting. Cove lighting is in the past as sleek decorative lights work in tandem across a spaces of all sizes.



Designer Gavaz De Biasi and his team pick drift wood from riverbanks and lakes. They cure them and build furniture that’s truly special. Tables, sideboards and pieces of art. The concept is committed to the daily and creative use of what environment provides us with.



An elegant and playful floor lamp wants to light your readings with its big bright eyes. Its prominent tail moves together with the eyes when you adjust them closer or further. Dorking floor lamp by Sergi Ventura. Young design from Salone Satellite. His designs start with the desire to tell a story willing to decorate spaces that want to be unique.



Imagine one solitary light, surrounded by a hanging sequence of cones and parabolic hoods, white on the inside and black on the outside. The light flows through the cones, bouncing off the white, adding to the interplay of the installation. The star of Salone Satellite, the Milan Furniture Fair for young designers, and creator of this wonderfully orchestrated ‘mobile’ is Hiroto Yoshizoe. He focuses on interpreting the ideas of change, time, and movement in space to create designs from both modern and analogue approaches.



Even furniture can be used to make statements. Evocative young design at Salone Satellite is the Whittle Away shelf by Stoft.



Colours infused into wood with a polymer resin. By allying wood and resin, the studio Atelier Insolite gives birth to unique, original, and eco-friendly pieces.



The idea is to create emotional connections between furniture and people. A groovy modular system made of five velvet-covered foam shapes. Colourful design by Ilco.



Zsuzsanna Horvath's work is based on turning sheet materials into sculptural three-dimensional objects. Her kinetic spatial creations formed by gravity come to life with the help of light and air movement as ripples go through the thin cuts.



The Verdable table, by Anna Szczurek and Sophie Berianidze of Beriana studio complies with this modern need to optimise space. The table’s mirrored top reflects any flowers that are placed in the vase-pedestal, amplifying their presence.



Felicia Arvid's textile room. She's a Danish designer who juggles between fashion, design, and architecture. Using her knowledge from the fashion world she works with textiles and fabrics to create a new design. She used wool for the sofa, where you can insert a side table or a lamp wherever you like. With wool, she also created acoustic panels and room dividers which can be customised with different colours and arrangements. Wool has sound absorbing quality. Her sofa-bed system embraces the individual and the diverse ways of living by adaptability.



Rust Harvest. One of the most original ideas at Salone Satellite is this unusual technique by Studio Yuma Kano. The rust of a metal sheet is transferred into the acrylic. Organic warmth in a man made material. This design aims to inspire a fun, creative world where everyone is able to find new possibilities by exploring unnoticed aspects of the everyday.



Rehome is a project all about rapid production of inexpensive furniture in high volume to meet the criteria of the primary needs in temporary housing. Plywood and corrugated cardboard as furniture materials allow rapid production, building, and recycling and brings furniture to life. Beds, tables, and more, the ultimate bid to make sustainability count.



Market is a design collective specialised in branding of commercial spaces, but actually provides a wider range of disciplines - the collaboration with associated creative professionals strengthens their design approach as well as the formation of exemplary and well-tailored products and brands.



PileUP Life is a lifestyle brand founded in Taiwan. In order to design a modular chair system, we have deconstructed a chair into 9 parts, from seat to legs. By standardising all components, users can mix and match different parts to create thousands of styles, as they were playing with legos.



Indian Designs at Satellite

We are thrilled to see the Indian presence grow year by year.

Studio Wood, a young Delhi-based firm, designs bespoke furniture and spaces with diverse materials and adds quirkiness to create unusual products and spaces.



Chandigarh based Studio Ardete blend art, design, and functionality together - to celebrate the joy of life - made evident in their furniture, inspired by the flower.




SaloneSatellite Award Winners

Stefano Carta Vasconcellos won the first place for his Light Kitchen design. This kitchen counter can be assembled with seven elements and with no screws.



Tink Things designed by Benussi&theFish won the second place. The clever design caters to the children's playful and sensory needs, helping them grow happily and with awareness.



Himuroyuri’s Soft Block design won third. A new home decoration object that through its softness and bending capacity and a tease to twist encourages interaction and distraction for anyone at any age.



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