The Italian lighting design firm
One of the global leaders in lighting striving to constantly create innovative cutting edge design.
Founded in Milan in 1993, NEMO represents, within the design lighting producers’ scenario, a benchmark name, going back to the roots of innovation that always inspired Italian design. The collection of contemporary design includes models conceived by Carlo Forcolini, Jehs + Laub, Javier Mariscal, Karim Rashid, Ilaria Marelli, Foster+Partners, Hannes Wettstein and Roberto Paoli.
Offecct was founded in 1990 by CEO Kurt Tingdal and Design Manager Anders Englund, and is situated in Tibro, Sweden
Offecct has grown rapidly to become a major furniture manufacturer with high design ambitions, which is particularly evident in the many international design awards that Offecct has received over the years. Offecct believes that qualitative, innovative and sustainable design creates interiors that have a positive impact on people - in meetings, at home and at work. Offecct works closely with some of the world's most renowned designers.
PETITE FRITURE, design editor created in 2009, was born with the will to promote young talents, and to develop with them a collection of objects, lighting and small furniture that creates a vibration. The result are elegant and accessible objects that in a simple and uninhibited manner tell a story; objects that understand our daily life and invite us to savor it.
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
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.