GONG has a range of lighting collection like the Retro one is made of metal, the Bizz collection is made of coton, and the silk one. Fréderic Michel starts his chairs collection and mirors.
Visit the Website: www.gong.co.uk
We are ZAM, a Portuguese lighting brand.
We design and produce stylish handmade lamps.
Design is not just about the look.
We believe a decorative lamp should be smart and intuitive. As a decorative piece shouldn’t just be ornament, a lamp shouldn’t just be an illumination device. The design and inspiration must be all about the way the piece interacts with the environment and the people.
We are craftsmen of illumination devoted to display something different and exceptional. Our production ability allows that each piece we craft is especially made for each costumer’s preferences.
To Light something up is the ability to illuminate darkness.
Light is fearless. Light is life.
Visit the Website: www.zamlighting.com
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We are dedicated to bringing you classic and timeless ranges of furniture, stunning collections of glassware and home interiors accessories in leather, nickel plate and ceramic alongside an extensive collection of lighting.
Our range is constantly updated with exciting new additions and evolves around our central theme of timeless elegance, whilst our design team in London draw inspiration from the India Jane archive of original Colonial and Classical European collections.
We are sure that you will find many essential new additions to your home.
The first India Jane retail store opened in Hampstead in 1991 followed by Sloane Street in 1992 and the first Kings Road store in 1994. With established roots in Chelsea, we opened on Kensington High Street in 2007 and a second Kings Road store in January 2010. Spreading further afield, Our Richmond store opened in 2011, followed by Bath and Marlow in 2012 & 2015.
Spring 2016 saw the relocation of our Kensington store, moving to a larger premises at 130 Kensington High Street.
From our extensive distribution centre in West London we supply the Interiors retail trade throughout the UK and Ireland and have a network of over 200 stockists who stock a selection of the India Jane range.
Visit the website: www.indiajane.co.uk
GILLES CAFFIER’s pieces are creatively chaotic, a reflection of soft extravagance which is exceedingly rare, GILLES CAFFIER has the unique combination of creative vision andproduction capabilitiesto put his “couture” stamp on any project.
Gilles Caffier, born in France, he studied textile and fashion design there. He started his textile career in the Parisian couture, Yves Saint Laurent and Paco Rabanne were among his clients. He moves to Tokyo at 22 and becomes an international fashion school art director. A few years later he opens his design studio.
In 1993, he begins to concentrate his energies on interior design and decoration.
Living abroad since he was 22, has given GILLES CAFFIER a unique international vision. He has enticed buyers on 5 continents that include design and interiorboutiques, galleries, antique showrooms, and concept stores.
His first clients came from the fashion industry such as Brown’s in London, Corso Como in Milan, and The Link in Singapore. International department stores such as Au Bon Marche in Paris, Harrods in London, Lane Crawford in Hong Kong, and Neiman Marcus in the US are loyal customers as well. Gilles work is also prominently featured in influential furniture showrooms such as B&B ITALIA and Minotti. Visionary interior designers have selected his pieces for their most sophisticated projects.
Gilles also works with influential hotels and restaurants. He created a few accessories for Alain Ducasse’s SPOON restaurants, Parrot Cay Hotel-Turks and Caicos, Metropolitan Hotel-London, The Prince Hotel-Melbourne, and Cheval Blanc Hotel-Chourchevel have large selections of Gilles’s pieces. The new Mandarin Oriental in Paris has selected many of Gilles limited edition works for its suites.
His lines are pure, sensual, sometimes unexpected. He plays with the nature of materials, exploiting contrasts and diversions. Leather becomes metal, rough becomes soft, minimal becomes exuberant. He plays with beauty and its natural marks, embellishing case by case, sophisticating the exception.
Each piece is the result of meticulous work, and a unique mixing of knowhow and permanent questioning. A large part of his collection are limited editions, couture.
Visit the website: www.gillescaffier.com