Amura and Saintluc, winning combination

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  • Kimono armchair designed by Quaglio&Simonelli for Amura

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21 GEN 2017
Research on materials and artisan design are the common values between Amura and Saintluc, present together at the Parisian kermesse, with interior collections characterized by a traditional soul and international appeal

Together, Amura and Saintluc, on the Parisian stage of Maison&Objet. The two brands - one Italian, the other French - share not only the expositive space, but also the production philosophy inspired by the research and use of natural materials for their interior creations.

Amura combines the Mediterranean warmth of its homeland, Altamura (in Apulia) with Eastern suggestions in the new furnishing solutions.
The results are products such as Kimono (design Quaglio&Simonelli) where leather literally wears the tubular frame in a play of filled and empty spaces. And Tau (design Emanuel Gargano), collection inspired by the Asian lifestyle. Seats and tables are simple elements, but characterized by huge versatility.
Lastly Junsei, a small tables collection realized in polish steel, bronzed brass and painted metal.

Saintluc, brand founded by Frederic Morand, makes its appearance with renowned names as Jean-Philippe Nuel with Hamac collection, Philippe Nigro who designs Field seats and Wilmotte & Industries, author of Nil collection.  

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