Since 1890, Artifort, one of the exhibitors you can’t miss at ICFF 2019, has been producing furniture that enchants generations. Iconic classics by Kho Liang le, Pierre Paulin, and Geoffrey D. Harcourt established the essence of Artifort. Supervised by art-director Khodi Feiz, the following generation of international top designers such as Studioilse and Claesson Koivisto Rune continue this evolution, which is characterized by colorful, creative and unique design. Through its use of innovative manufacture techniques, Artifort is able to make sustainable luxury furniture for the future.
Artifort stands for furniture that lasts a lifetime. In many cases it passes down through generations. The secret lies in the use of high-quality materials and in their talented master artisans. The precious craftsmanship knowledge and skill of its upholsterers, welders, woodworkers and seamstresses is at an excellence level, reached after years of experience and in-house training.
Their production is both industrial and limited. Many young designers come to Schijndel to test their ideas and are amazed at the technical possibilities, just like Pierre Paulin when he produced his first bucket chair at Artifort in 1959.
Artifort truly invested in its production facility in recent years. They believe in sustainability and in designer furniture that lasts for generations. The quality of their chairs and sofas is so exquisite, you can have them reupholstered ten or twenty years later. They also replace the seats and cushions with sustainable produced alternatives. It’s a total renovation. Once the chair has been reupholstered, it looks as new and ready to shine again in any room decor.
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