Lapalma

Lapalma’s success has been achieved step by step throughout the years. No overnight success stories here - just hard work and passion in equal measure. The company’s story begins in the 1980s, when founders the Marcato brothers decided to go into business on their own. Their initial idea developed rapidly and Lapalma was established soon after, showing from the outset a preference for natural, recyclable materials. Following investments in machinery, Lapalma took advantage of the availability of new materials to develop a wide range of products for the contract market, which quickly demonstrated the brand’s appeal, attracting buyers on major projects worldwide for hotels, shops, museums and airports.

Beija Flor

Beija Flor is a lifestyle brand established by Designer Maya Kounievsky in 2007 and now sales in over 30 countries around the world. Based in Northern Israel, the company designs and manufactures unique home products that combine authentic art with home practicality. The designs pay homage to cultures around the world that have crafted beautiful arts from natural materials. At the heart of Beija Flor is the belief that every person is a designer and we should encourage and provide the tools for creative spaces and internal expressions. Beija Flor means “The Kisser of flowers” – The hummingbird in Portuguese. Beija Flor products kiss the space they are in.

Tala

​Tala is a young British lighting brand with a mission to create exquisite products that have a positive impact. ​ Guided by the founding promise of Conservation Through Beauty, Tala want to accelerate the low carbon economy with thoughtful product design and transparent practices. The company was founded ​by four friends at the University of Edinburgh with a shared passion for design, technology and sustainability. Tala's distinctive design rubric combines classic decorative qualities, British industrial influences and pioneering ​LED technology. What makes a Tala bulb unique is its ​uncompromising focus on ​both design and sustainability.

Tom Dixon

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