Best Cocktail Parties, Gatherings and Special Installations from the World’s Best Design Influences Today we are going to show all you need to know about the cocktail parties and gatherings you really can’t afford to miss during London Design Festival 2018. Well, we don’t know about you, but here at […]
The David Collins Studio and Promemoria continue their successful cooperation. They have prepared next collection of luxury and unique furniture that will be lunch during the coming London Design Festival – 19 – 27 of September. The London Collection by David Collins and Promemoria will be launche on 22th of September.
The new series of furniture pieces represents a journey through colour, texture, proportion and attention to detail. It is inspired and named from the great London squares laid out in the 18th &19th Centuries for prominent families and nobility.
Promemoria is a family-owned company, creating luxury furnishings in the finest tradition of quality Italian craftsmanship. The brand was founded in 1988 by Romeo Sozzi and the company’s roots lie firmly embedded in the tradition of cabinet making.
Promemoria’s creations today are exported all over the world and the company, over the years, has become the point of reference for both luxury and the design of unique pieces created in special finishes for more demanding and sophisticated clients.
Established in 1985, David Collins Studio is an architectural based consultancy which has redefined luxury interior design on a global scale.
The Studio is proud to have been involved in designing unique projects for a wide range of clients both in the commercial worlds of high fashion as well as the design of some of London’s most loved and revered restaurants, hotels and bars.
Promemoria and David Collins Studio continue their collaboration with this “The London Collection”, following their successful capsule collection in 2013.
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