For this September session, which is smaller internationally, Intramuros has chosen clever products. Among the trends spotted at the show, Hungarian design is essential, the continuity of a Scandinavian collection continues, while the Finnish publisher plays innovation at the office.
Inspired by a trip to India, these pendant lights are designed to be grouped, at different heights. Collection Pran, design Ati Kertész and Bence Simonfalvi, Positive collective.
She favors the local and the artisanal work while purifying the lines and plays with multiple combinations of cushions. Seating line designed by Hungarian designer Sarah Kele.
Dans sa bulle
This relaxation chair, to be hung in public places, is equipped with an intuitive application that allows sound and light to be modulated, and two USB ports for working there. Made in eco-design in Finland, design Pekka Kumpula, Silmu.
Both indoor and outdoor, this chair is the fruit of the work of the designer and artistic director of the brand, in order to make design accessible. Swim collection, design Margaux Keller, Bibelo.
This table can be transported everywhere, from the garden to the living room. The publisher has chosen to produce them in only 4 colors, to have a permanent stock. Swim collection, design Margaux Keller, Bibelo.
A la carte
The Priy collection is made up of 11 variations of shapes and 13 colors, of precious metals, available in multiple assemblies. Priy collection, design Ati Kertész and Bence Simonfalvi, Collective position.