During Maison et Objet 2019, Brabbu was one of the most fierce brands to showcase novelties. Over the years, the luxury brand has shown what is its main secret for success: high-quality craftsmanship. From exquisite furniture designs to empowering upholsteries, everything that the brand produces reflects an intense way of living as well as undeniable natural and cultural character. Today, Paris Design Agenda will show you some of the best new products from this powerful brand.
The Outter Family is the brand new collection of Brand. All pieces of this series can be costumized in any type of fabric, sizes and finishes.
Mount Iraya is an active volcano in the Philippines, whose geological forces, together with the strong waves of the sea and time, created a unique shoreline full of large smooth boulders on the beach nearby. The IRAYA Headboard is full upholstered in velvet.
GEORGE Sofa is a time travel to George Island, where the first church of Antarctica was proudly raised. A celebration of history through a distinctive piece made of high-quality materials and marvelous finishes.
This curved sofa, with its back inspired in the outstanding mountain shape, is fully upholstered in cotton velvet and the base is in matte casted brass. FITZROY Sofa will add an organic element to any living room set.
SAYA Mirror is a unique mirror concept that honors craftsmanship. It was inspired by Saya de Malha Bank, the largest submerged ocean bank in the world. It is composed by a polished nickel concave frame, with an undulating surface covered in casted brass details, and a convex mirror.
Bastei is one of the most famous rock formations in Germany. To honor such outstanding beauty, Brabbu’s designers created BASTEI Console Table. It features a tabletop in glossy walnut root veneer and a base in glossy gold leaf.
Charismatic by its never-ending contrasts between ancient and contemporary lines, BARAKA Desk main body is made in matte walnut root veneer and covered with nature-inspired brass detail. Its base is made in matte vintage brass, and the interior of the drawers covered in bird’s eye wood veneer.