Tim Webber design
The Duffel Ottoman is inspired by drawstring duffel bags and has appropriated some of their various features that express quality and functionality. The ottoman features a strip of differentiating colour at the base which references the leather found on the bottom of a duffel bag. This creates options for customisation with many different fabric colours available. The rope drawstring and various leather accents of the duffel bag inspired the marine rope handles and leather patches of the ottoman. These features paired with the acrylic fabrics of IRISUN collection create a strong sense of quality and workmanship.
NARCISO 001 + CAMELIA 001/016
Guqi Gao design
Gao Guqi is a young furniture designer who has gained increasing popularity in the last few years. Once a graphic designer, then coffee shop owner and furniture designer, Guqi was born in North Eastern China and has lived all over, from Xiamen to Shanghai. He eventually landed in the capital, where in 2010 launched his own furniture brand FNJI. Despite his many moves and changes, the concept of home was always significant. Nature, simplicity and authenticity are at the core of his creations. His idea of home is a warm and cozy environment; a place of intimacy, relationships and comfort—free from the complexity and the worries of the outside world. With those beliefs and feelings fueling FNJI, the collection is made up of high-quality contemporary furniture that has a touch of Chinese tradition. Everything is made of hard wood, a durable material which gains character with age and can last for generations. The brand name itself (in Chinese “fanji”) embodies the idea of simplicity and a fusion of nature and the “slow life” philosophy which is the very essence of Guqi’s pieces.
PLAIN MELANGE 835 + PLAIN MELANGE 874
Jimson Zhang design
In 2012, awarded the German red dot design. In 2012, won the third place of National University carpentry skills competition. In 2013, won the silver award of “China Jinfu Furniture Design Award”. In 2013, graduated from Central South University of Forestry and Technology, majoring in industrial design, has been immersed in the Research Laboratory of wood. The same year joined “MZGF”. In 2014, M26 won the Chinese innovative furniture design award.
Luca Nichetto design
Nichetto Studio works with a variety of brands and clients from all around the world, and its expertise is sought out across all design disciplines. A deep passion for, and knowledge of, industrial and craft manufacturing processes runs through every aspect of the studio’s work. Nichetto Studio’s projects abound in carefully selected cultural references and a keen attention to detail. ELLE SOFA by Emmegi is a sofa for lounge areas, the home or waiting rooms. A single structure padded with fi re-retardant cold-foamed polyurethane with a tubular steel insert. Camelia 016 fabric of IRISUN with visible fell-stitching give the chair contemporary appeal with fi ne workmanship.
Cindy Pooh design
Started out as interior design, Cindy loves to observe human interactions and study people and space. In around 2005, Cindy’s curiosity initiated her furniture design career. In 2008, she joined 7OCEANS. Cindy is bold when it comes to colour and texture matching and interested in the relationships between people and objects. She also designed the interior spaces in 7OCEANS Taipei and Taichung stores. I use these three blue tone fabrics to create a gentle and elegant atmosphere to match the luxury ocean lifestyle. These three fabric also match the Horizon Corporate identity colour image, you can see in pictures, these three fabrics are integrated into the event environment ,harmonious but without losing the own characteristics. Especially in PRAGUE living set, 7OCEANS Mix Weaving concept, the exquisite textile-style handmade weaving with IRISUN texture and the crafted antique teak legs, all these detail together, it make the PRAGUE LIVING SET elegant and stylish. This time, for the 2016 TAIWAN INT’L BOAT SHOW, she chose these below three fabrics for the HORIZON YACHT VIP LOUNGE.
Roy Oei | LEX design
LEX is a multi-disciplined firm specializing in architecture, masterplanning, interiors, and furniture design. Based in Hong Kong, LEX is led by itís founder and Design Principal Roy Oei. Mr. Oei was born and raised in Canada, and has spent most of his professional career in the United States and Hong Kong. He is an American licensed Architect (New York) and a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). After completing his studies in Toronto and Los Angeles, Mr. Oei began his professional career in New York at the world renowned luxury retail and residential design firm, Peter Marino Architects. Mr. Oei then spent many years as a designer at Studio Daniel Libeskind, the New York firm chosen to oversee the rebuilding of The World Trade Center. Mr. Oei subsequently relocated to Hong Kong to work for the American firm Kohn Pederson Fox (KPF) prior to founding the firm, LEX. In 2013, Mr. Oei brought his architectural and interior design insights to develop various furniture collections under the LEX brand. His approach has been to design collections with a certain lifestyle in mind, which helps to tell the story of each of his collections.