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Branex Design | Cult Objects

Branex Design

Cult Objects

Branex Design was born under the impulse of Sasha Cohen, collector of items of the 70. Since 2002, Branex Design, reissues cult objects such as the furniture inflatable Quasar Khanh created in 1965, or the Tam Tam stool by Henry Massonnet that marks their first step into the world of Design. Branex Design also publishes more recent objects but still emblematic. Oh-so-French, oh-so-Seventies. Branex Design inspires the imagination by reviving products from a not so distant past, like the Tam Tam stool, which quickly disappeared after the 1973 petrol crisis. In the past ten years, however, the Tam Tam reappeared (2002) thanks to Branex Design, one of the leading young French design companies, which continues to develop hi-tech versions of not-so-forgotten products by combining tradition with modernity like the i-Pod version of the Tam Tam or the Trebo Treto by designer Eric Berthes.

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