MENU is a Danish design company founded in 1976. We do design. All day actually. Occasionally at night as well. Collaborating with some of the most talented designers in the world we deliver high quality design with a crisp Scandinavian look. We call it soft minimalism.
At Menu we’re passionate about design, new materials and clever details, and we dream about making a difference.
So we believe in making design matter – and we strives to do so by creating products that evoke true feelings, innovations that make a genuine difference, and by combining do-well with do-good. We’re passionate, original and responsible.
Mobles114 editions is a publisher of quality furniture , which leverages 40 years of experience of its team . With a unique and timeless design , spaces for private or public use . Headquartered in Barcelona but with a universal spirit , Mobles114 editions values industrial culture of origin (proximity) and respect for the environment and the preservation of the environment.
A strong international spirit driven by the entire team of managers and internal and external designers that have participated since 1973 : JM Massana , JM Tremoleda, Enzo Mari, Rafael Marquina , Alvaro Siza, André Ricard , America Sanchez, Helena Tremoleda ,Oscar Tusquets , Isamu Noguchi , Martin Azua , Javier Mariscal, Jorge Pensi , Gerard Moline and many others.
In 1996, Carine Jannin who was then just twenty four years old, decided to create her own publishing house specialized in the design of objects. Her singular and strategic choices, free from all archetypes, allot a central position to the independence of creation. Together with Rachel and Benoît Convers, the established designers of the label, they combine a family trio, precursors in author design. Based on audacious concepts such as the “ made in France ” and objects with dual interpretations, this publishing house blossoms independently and cultivates its differences on the fringe of insidious standardization. The Ibride creations can be recognized at a glance: their references to the animal kingdom, their destructured archetypal shapes, and the graphic stamp of their museum like style, make up their territory of distinction.