Mad for m.a.d.’s Design Forward FurnitureMay 11, 2016
The collection, which credits both Scandinavian and Japanese design as influences, is perfectly suited not just for home use, but as an affordable options for hospitality projects.
The attention to detail in areas such as the specific design of the Airfoil table legs, and the feet of chairs is something often overlooked in Asian manufacturing, but not so with m.a.d., whose founders actually live in Asia and oversee production and quality control.
m.a.d. will be exhibiting at ICFF at booth #2066 (L1). For more information, visit their website at www.madfurnituredesign.com
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