Our priority is to offer furniture of very high quality: aesthetics, durability, comfort and functionality must be in place. With one ultimate goal: to reduce the environmental footprint.
NOMA is a publisher of high quality furniture and everyday objects designed by influential designers. At the heart of our approach is eco-design, from A to Z. On this first collection, NOMA seeks first to promote the use of recycled materials through design. Creation is free and the eco-design effort has consisted in minimizing the environmental impact of the products imagined by the designers. NOMA means "noble materials": its founders intend to change the way we look at recycled materials, real treasures for contemporary interiors.
Our ART 77.5 Armchair is a finalist in the Ro Plastic Prize.
The Ro Plastic Prize organised by Rossana Orlandi, aims to challenge and inspire the design community to think differently about the way objects are made. The finalists will be presented at the Rossana Orlandi gallery during the Fuorisalone at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2020 in Milan. Art 77.5 is a finalist in the "industrial design" category.
NOMA at the Biennale Emergences
On the occasion of the Biennale Emergence, organized by Est Ensemble, Bruce Ribay (co-founder of NOMA) participated in a meeting entitled "From waste to neomaterial, the redefinition of the resource" on Friday, October 09 at 11am. He brought his expertise on the theme of reusing waste in the creative process.