The new Savina sofa, designed by Victor Carrasco, conveys great freedom of form and function, creatively materializing the evolution in our lifestyle and the growing stream of hybrid spaces.
Meet the new Copa Soft, with a silhouette that is even more comfortable, inviting and enveloping for the collection of wide and finely balanced collaborative seats designed by Ramos & Bassols.
Sistema Legs Corner
Comfortable and functional corner sofa, perfect for spaces with big proportions. Social seating is sorted thanks to Sistema’s generous proportions and comfortable layout.
Recyclable polypropylene chair, convenient for meeting rooms, modern restaurants, desks or shared spaces.
The Collaborative Outdoor
Viccarbe Collaborative Outdoor is raised to foster collaboration, productivity, creativity, observation, inspiration, and the personal growth of our teams, connecting us to nature and bringing back our cultural roots.
Play with our Configurator to find the best composition for Sistema sofa to fit your project.
Upholstered chair designed by Jaime Hayon, thought for collaborative workspaces, public spaces, restaurants, and private use. An elegant chair that adds character to any room.
Minimalist table designed by John Pawson. Thanks to its multiple possibilities and dimensions, it is the best option for offices, restaurants and homes.
Designing to promote circular economy
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Ears, the contemporary chair which is an ode to designs from the 70’s. Its sinuous shapes make the chair by Piero Lissoni a true icon.
Versatile poufs available in multiple sizes, adding a touch of color and functionality to any space. Include hidden casters and electrification options.
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Functional table with a minimalist design, for use in any space and situation. Maarten enables infinite compositions due to the multiple finishes and dimensions available.
A disruptive swivel table concept, designed by Marc Krusin, that leads to new ways of working and collaborating for both Indoor and Outdoor scenarios.
The sculptural table designed by Patricia Urquiola is ideal for offices, restaurants, collaborative spaces and contemporary homes.
Chair with a curved wooden board and metallic structure designed by Mario Ferrarini. A convenient option for projects that require great functionality and durability over time, also allowing it to be stacked in large quantities.
With an enveloping backrest and a seat of generous proportions, the Copa chair adapts to any space, guaranteeing great comfort.
The minimalist bench stands out by its polyvalence and use, being the perfect choice for collaborative spaces, offices and waiting rooms.
BORSO New Headquarters.
As it happens at the front of a boat, these pieces made of solid oak wood emerge gently from the wall, becoming an exercise of reflection on art and functionality.
Our new modular sofa consits in three modules that can create different compositions, ideal for common spaces and collaborative areas.
The Klip stool is available in several finishes, bases and upholsteries. Great for restaurants, bars, collaborative spaces and halls.
A collection of coat racks and umbrella stands, inspired by Donald Judd’s minimalist sculptures.
Designed in the sun
We manufacture contemporary furniture for collaborative spaces.
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A collection raised to foster teamwork and appreciate the alfresco area as an extension of the workspace.
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Кровать Fimes Soft
Белая кожаная кровать Soft, артикул 3290.
Модель двухспальной кровати Soft представлена с мягким изголовьем. Кровать на ножках цилиндрической формы, без изножья. Также кровать может быть на основании (без ножек) — версия Soft Plus.
Длина 173 см
Глубина 218 см
Высота 102 см
Высота основания 29 см.
Отделка: белая кожа, артикул 11759
Прикроватная тумбочка, укомплектована системой BLUMOTION для мягкого открытия и закрытия ящиков.
Длина 55 см
Глубина 50 см
Высота 42 см
Фабрика мебели Fimes
Компания Fimes родилась в 1947 году. Сегодня основным направлением деятельности компании является производство мебели для спален.
Fimes всегда стремится к новизне в дизайне и технологических решениях. Но вместе с тем соблюдает традиции качества и культурные ценности прошлых лет.
Компания использует современные технологии, что помогает достичь высокого уровня качества. Fimes изготовляет мебель из прочных материалов с высоким умением, что обеспечивает ее надежность и долговечность. Каждый предмет мебели при выпуске получает сертификат качества.
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Nordstrom’s Black Friday Deals Are Here Early — Here’s What’s Worth Shopping
Catching cashmere while it’s on sale is one of the most satisfying shopping wins — especially when it’s by Nordstrom’s in-house label which is known and loved for its high-quality styles mixed with comparatively affordable prices. This luxe-looking turtleneck number is currently knocked down to under $100 and comes in 11 other crowd-pleasing colorways.
Marc Fisher LTD Fargo Waterproof Boot
Chelsea boots with a lug-sole twist. These Marc Fisher LTD favorites rose to top-shopped fame over the summer as part of Nordstrom’s Anniversary Sale and now they are back down to an under-$100 steal. We’d call the best-selling sale style exactly what your fall and winter closet is missing, equally good for stomping on city streets or country roads.
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Thread & Supply Double-Breasted Peacoat
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Our Place 3-Piece Kitchen Knife Set
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An exclusive look inside the new Heaven by Marc Jacobs zine
LA photographer Elisa Sue Young Park talks us through the collaboration.
Photography Elisa Sue Young Park
When Marc Jacobs launched Heaven in 2020, a whole generation of nostalgia-loving fashion fans ascended to a higher plane. A “world within our Marc Jacobs world” (as the designer himself called it), Heaven draws upon the spirit of subcultures and recontextualises them into something new and very exciting. With visionary art director Ava Nirui at the helm, a dreamy store in Los Angeles and campaigns starring PinkPantheress, Beabadoobee and Bella Hadid, the brand lives up to its name 100%.
Heaven’s AW21 collection — which Ava describes as “a jumbled teen closet consisting of all of your favourite treasures in one place” — features imagery from Sofia Coppola’s The Virgin Suicides and is already some of the most coveted fashion on resale sites. To celebrate its release, Ava called on photographer Elisa Sue Young Park (who works in the Heaven store alongside a talented bunch of creatives) to make a limited edition zine. The Heaven zine includes photographs of her best friend Enya Umanzor, boyfriend Christian Leave and coworker/fellow photographer/muse Jester Bulnes; alongside a series of self-portraits, commissioned artworks and interviews.
“I admire Elisa’s curiosity and dedication to research,” Ava says. “Her work feels so authentic, and I love how she celebrates her friends and community through her photography. We had the idea to create a limited edition Heaven zine with contributions from Elisa’s close circle, with the hope it would feel very sentimental and collectible. We work with Climax Books to curate special magazines and books in our LA store, and we have an amazing Bookmarc location in Tokyo, so the zine slots into these Marc Jacobs locations perfectly.”
We spoke to Elisa about the zine, taking inspiration from her prized collection of 90s Japanese photo books and her ever-growing obsession with exotic pets.
Elisa, when you think of heaven what do you think of?
When I think of heaven, the song “In Heaven” by the artist Japanese Breakfast is the first thing that comes to mind. I just saw her live earlier this week and that song had me bawling my eyes out — ha! Also the song “Just Like Heaven” by The Cure, it’s one of my all time favourites!
The images in your zine explore familial love, platonic love, romantic love… your ‘note to self’ details that this thread only made itself apparent during the creative process. What had you set out to do? What was the brief?
I went into the project not allowing myself to be cornered by too definitive of a theme. Ava really allowed me the creative freedom to do whatever I wanted so my first instinct was to capture my friends, family and peers — most of whom are artists themselves.
The zine is my first ever printed photo work, which feels surreal as an avid photo book collector that cherishes physical mediums. I wanted it to serve as an homage to some of my favourite photo books, most of which are diary-esque snapshots of life, though I still sought to retain a cinematic quality to the images. One of my main references that lends to the nostalgic ethos of Heaven is this fantastic series of 90s hardcover Japanese photo books that I own, which individually features the works of Hiromix (in Oh My Lover) and Sofia Coppola (in LAX). The books include some epic self portraits of Hiromix and an ever-so casual portrait of Kim Gordon, both of which are accompanied by a curated CD playlist. Ava actually found me the third photo book to this series!
There are a number of different mediums used across the project – is there a shoot or element that means the most to you?
I mostly shoot on medium format though I do delve into some 35mm in the zine. As for the other mediums throughout the project, I asked several of my peers to contribute their visual art which included a nostalgia-themed comic highlight featuring some of my favourite female illustrators (Nathalie Nguyen, Lila Doliner, Noelle Lee, Yui Fukunaga) as well as personal diary sketches from my close friend, Enya Umanzor.
My favourite shoot from the project had to be with Enya. Jester styled the shoot by mixing in pieces from Enya and I’s personal closets and Enya did her own makeup. It’s always an empowering feeling when you’re working in a collaborative space where you feel completely seen and heard. Enya is someone who possesses a natural aptitude to convey both the theatrics and confidence that is necessary for me to capture a more fantasised image.
I also think the ‘note to self’ and short inscribed anecdotes that accompany the photos helps to both personalise and contextualise the project as a whole, and I’m particularly proud of the sincerity expressed in those written sentiments.
The shot of your smiling grandmother wearing Heaven is so beautiful. What did she think of the project and your portrait of her?
I visited my Halmoni in San Diego for the shoot, though I’m still not entirely sure she understands what a zine really is — ha! But she absolutely adored the outfit I picked out for her and it was refreshing to photograph a more youth-orientated line on an older relative. The shoot was largely inspired by a street style photo book called Chinatown Pretty which chronicles fashionable seniors who reside in various Chinatowns across the country. I wanted her to be decked out in Heaven and fulfil my Korean Ajumma fantasy!
In your conversation with Anna Sui, you discuss the relationship between music and fashion. I was wondering if and how music influences your work?
Music informs a lot of my work and influences — I definitely have a soft spot for musicians! My boyfriend, Christian Akridge, who is pictured with me on the cover of the zine, is a musician and common photographic subject of mine. My first dive into film photography was initially through concert photography, as I had always dreamed of photographing my favourite female-led rock bands.
Anna’s connection to music is fascinating as she has been a peer and collaborator for some of the most legendary musical tastemakers of the 70s-90s. Anna even sent me the actual vintage T-shirt she had mentioned in our interview which featured artwork that James Iha had originally drawn for a single cover — I will definitely cherish it forever!
The zine includes a number of self-portraits. Does stepping in front of the lens feel natural to you or take some courage?
When I was 14 years old, I signed with a local modelling agency in Seattle and a couple years later I ended up signing with larger agencies in Los Angeles and Miami. I never even got close to being comfortable in front of the camera and quit agency modelling altogether once I reached my later high school years. I felt pretty dejected by the notion of posing under the guise of an adult woman while still very much feeling and being a literal teenage girl.
Now as an actual young woman, taking self-portraits serves as a means to reclaim a sense of self-ownership and assurance in my visual likeness. Having full control over the lens while simultaneously being the subject is a rewarding and empowering task. Modern social media use has undoubtedly ushered in a generation of young people who share an obsessive affinity for self-documentation. What could be more apt than taking some extravagant medium-format selfies? I love to play on those countering notions of self-awareness and self-obsession.
There are also so many female photographers that motivate my own exploration into self-portraiture; Pixie Liao, Yurie Nagashima, Nan Goldin and Nadia Lee Cohen to name just a few.
Lastly, some of your pets make an appearance in the zine. Please talk us through your beautiful menagerie!
I’m glad you noticed the creatures throughout! Pets, more specifically exotic pets, are definitely a special interest of mine both in photography and as an owner. I’m casually working on an ongoing personal project which is a photo series of exotic pets and their owners. I envision that being a longer term project and more documentary-based, though I do love incorporating animals in my fashion photography as well. I particularly enjoy the process of meeting owners and their exotics, especially those that anthropomorphise their pets onto their own personality — those cases tend to be accompanied with a compelling visual coupling of the pet and their owner.
While studying in college, I wanted a good apartment pet so my sister and I decided on rats; our mother used to take test rats from her undergraduate psychology labs and keep them as pets, so owning them at a similar stage in my life felt like a way to emulate a memory of my mother that I heavily sentimentalised. Incorporating my rats into the zine felt natural considering Marc Jacobs’ longtime use of rat iconography. He actually had a brief menswear line called Stinky Rat in the early 00s; a shirt from that line was recreated for this Heaven collection that I subsequently wore in those pictures with my rats.
In total, I’ve owned six female rats however I also recently acquired an albino leopard gecko. She has pink-translucent skin with red eyes and her name is Arwen. Hopefully she will make an appearance in some photographic work soon 🙂
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