MOM turns towards artist workshops to curate a selection filled with modernity. Metal stools, functional furniture, architect's lamps, scissors and even a glass roof... No detail is forgotten. An artist's studio in 2017, all in graphic lines and pure shapes.
Inspired from workshop cabinets, this pile of drawers is designed to contain your most precious belongings at your fingertips.
Vélo singlespeed MAURICE
Reconnaissables à leurs lignes épurées et tendance, les fixies Fonz sont légers, flexibles et s’adaptent à tous vos trajets urbains. Look d'époque avec son guidon drop et cadre coloris vintage brillant, touche de modernité avec ses jantes à flancs larges finition aluminium brossé pour ce fixie Maurice. Selle et guidon marron pour compléter son look rétro. Léger, il ne pèse de 12 kg ; en acier, il est robuste. Vélo certifié conforme à la norme NF EN 14764 07/2006.
Stello are self-assembly trestles. Flat-packing makes them easy to carry and store. Birch plywood - Thickness 15 mm Made in France.
Brushed Steel Vertical Loft Windows Wallpaper
Give your interior a workshop loft style thanks to our newest creations : the Loft Windows wallpapers. These one-of-a-kind wallpapers put the final touch to an either modern or vintage industrial style decoration. From near and far, the finish of this trompe l’œil is striking as per its realism : the blurred glass windows and their steel structure bring character to the walls that need some. Definitely the best alternative to glass walls.
The SURPIL story, and that of the « Stackable Furniture Company » is first and foremost that of a french inventor, Julien-Henri Porché, who, starting in 1927 turned his attention to designing furniture made entirely from metal for use in public spaces (restaurant terraces, cafés and other public areas). He made his mark on French design of the period by creating chairs that were both functional and yet bestowed with a line that was graceful and light through the use of two tubes which were used to form the seat and the back.