MELJAC offers new options in the Damier collection of keypads

MELJAC, the leader in bespoke electrical hardware, now offers a choice of button shapes (round or square) and settings (flush or raised) in the Damier collection. Additionally, backlit engravings are now available to provide gentle illumination. These new options provide even more flexibility and freedom for the controls of lighting control and home automation systems.

The Damier collection features straight edges, concealed screws and low-profile push-buttons; enhance your space with clean lines and hand-finished, solid brass (available in over 25 finishes. The Damier colllection can be combined with numerous electrical components based on project needs. To give its customers even more choice, MELJAC has created new switch shapes: round, oval, triangular, rectangular, flush to the panel or raised, whatever you prefer. Bespoke and made-to-order are still the keywords at MELJAC, with each product uniquely crafted for your specific project.

Engraving options include words, printed symbols, icons and more.

Multiple sizes and configurations available.

Pricing: from $309

Manufacture de Tapis de Bourgogne – Focus on “OMBRE Rugs”

The Manufacture de Tapis de Bourgogne has built its reputation on its expertise in manufacturing custom ombre and gradient carpets.

Their workshop based in France have an extraordinary stock of yarns: over 3000 colors of wool, silk, raffia, linen, lurex, viscose… Thanks to this stock, they are able to produce a custom color sample in one week. Their in-house design studio can create gradient and ombre from 2 colors to dozens of colors.

Interior designers as Bruno Moinard, Pierre Yovanovitch, Peter Marino, Philippe Starck and artists as Sonia & Robert Delaunay, Victor Vasarely, Zao Wou-Ki or Keith Haring have produced colorful rugs and carpets in their workshop.

Ozone has developed two new models of Marienbad and Brasilia Lamps.

Marienbad SW60 

Wall washer with a power of 1000 lumens. This model has been developed to harmoniously illuminate a wall up to 3 m wide.

Brasilia PL

New compact version (27.6×27.6×31.5 inches) of Michel Boyer’s famous Brasilia chandelier. This model has been developed for easier integration into architecture. Other novelties are being developed, such as the Luxembourg chandelier in White Onyx and the Parisienne Concorde suspension with three globes.