Let’s keep on planting trees!22 January 2020
We are determined to neutralize our carbon footprint – 300 tons of CO2 by planting 2000 trees03 May 2019
Since 2018, at TABISSO we are determined to neutralize our carbon footprint, either direct or indirect – it is a key responsibility as a company and individuals, in the face of Global Warming. We are all in this together.
To date, 300 tons of CO2 have been neutralized thanks to the planting of 2000 trees.
Join us on Reforest’Action:
Maison&Objet, Paris Jan 18-22 – Hall 6 Stand O10125 September 2018
Hall 6 Stand O101
18-22 Janvier 2019
Paris Nord Villepinte
En cas de besoin d’invitations, contactez-nous!
Maison&Objet, Paris Jan 19-23 – Hall 7 Stand B15515 January 2018
NOW! Design à Vivre
Hall 7 Stand B155
19-23 January 2018
Paris Nord Villepinte
See you there!
If you need invitations, please contact us by email.
Design addicts – Paris exhibition Oct 19 to Nov 3021 October 2016
Gallery VIA, 120 avenue Ledru-Rollin 75011 Paris
From Wednesday Octobre 19 to Wednesday November 30
Open Monday to Friday 10 am to 6.30 pm, free entry.
The VIA invites you to discover Design Addicts, an exhibition putting on stage the new wave of French design editors – over 30 companies will showcase the rich ecosystem around design furniture in France and their high profile partnerships: TABISSO and Noé Duchaufour Lawrance, PETITE FRITURE and Constance Guisset, Galerie MICA and Pierre Charrié, SOCA and Thierry d’Istria, Alki and Jean-Louis Iratzoki, La Manufacture du Design and Désormeaux & Carrette, etc.
These companies take risks, manufacture mostly in France, and bet on innovation and creativity with up-coming designers. They are driving a new wave of French design brands on the international scene.
Equip’Hotel, Paris Nov 6-10 – Hall 3 Stand M79, and on trend Studio1612 September 2016
See you soon at Equip’Hotel Paris, the must-attend trade show for hospitality and catering professionals.
We are happy to be part of a short, cutting-edge selection of brands dedicated to specifiers and presented on a new space called Signature, pavilion 3. We will also be featured within the STUDIO 16, a finely curated space depicting the “ideal” establishment through the best of innovations and trends.
Hall 3, Stand M79
Paris Porte de Versailles
November 6-10, 2016
See you there!
POP44 – Exhibition le Voyage à Nantes this summer22 July 2016
Voyages à Nantes
Exhibition POP 44
July and August
Atlanbois, Bâtiment B, 15 bd Léon Bureau 44200 Nantes, France
TABISSO has been selected by Atlanbois to take part to the summer event Voyage à Nantes. We invite you to discover the exhibition POP44 focusing on wood and its different applications in furniture, construction, design … the story of this know how is strong in the region Pays de La Loire.
The objects of the exhibition are organized around four major themes of everyday life, HOUSE / NATURE / COFFEE BREAK / WORK
We are happy to be part of scenography for the WORK setting, showcasing a walnut chair Ciel! model TONIC designed by Noé Duchaufour Lawrance.
Realisation : exhibition « Bois & aménagement des espaces de vie », by Atlanbois and Cluster Quartier de la création, in partnership with AFPIA-SOLFI2A and UNIFA Ouest. Curator: Marie Cécile Pinson.
On board the Harmony of the Seas30 May 2016
Micah bar stools, designed by Michael Sean Stolworthy
Futuristic bar stools on board the Oasis Harmony of the Seas, largest cruise ship ever built
The project started by love at first sight among the designers at Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, eagerly seeking a mecha/droid-like set of stools as a finishing touch for a bar on board the Oasis Harmony of the Seas, the largest cruise ship ever built in history, set to come out of the French St. Nazaire shipyard STX.
Designed by Las Vegas based Michael Sean Stolworthy, the Micah stool was quickly considered as being THE absolute design piece required for their unique venue, the futurist Bionic Bar bound to be the first true robotic bar in the world, assembling cocktails with robotic arms just like in a car assembly line.
The sculptural, skeleton-like Micah stool is a complex form, and the production of the required pieces at a custom height in record time was a great challenge. Due to time constraints and shear geometrical complexity, it was quickly decided to cast Micah in aluminum making use of a leading-edge technology, i.e. 3d printing of sand molds to cast the stools in one solid piece. The Micah stool project is among the first to use this technology for design furniture, allowing the resulting pieces to be as beautiful and uncompromising as they were originally conceived.
WANTED DESIGN – exhibition in NEW YORK May 7th through the 17th31 March 2016
Transatlantic Creative Exchange
with designer Michael S. Stolworthy
7-17 May, Brooklyn, New York
Follow this link for a full description of the Transatlantic Creative Exchange project.
The Transatlantic Creative Exchange project featured French-American pairs of designers and manufacturers who were invited to experiment and explore new territories together, thanks to the designers’ creativity and vision combined with manufacturers unique expertise and cultural background.
Among others were Ligne Roset x Marc Thorpe, Neal Feay x Noé Duchaufour Lawrance, and TABISSO x Michael Sean Stolworthy.
The exhibition at WantedDesign showcased prototypes and unique pieces resulting from the collaborations between the French and American designers and manufacturers.
This exhibition was presented by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy and WantedDesign, part of the Oui Design initiative supported by Institut Français-Paris, the French Ministry of Culture and Communication, and the Florence Gould Foundation.
Collaboration with JEAN PAUL GAULTIER by Lelièvre28 January 2016
After having been inspired by couture fashion shows and the melting pot culture of big cities, Jean Paul Gaultier now lets us discover his visions of nature – alternative, inverted, oxidized but extremely pure.
For this new fabric collection edited by Lelièvre and called Nature et Découverte, Jean Paul Gaultier imagined Oxydation (3465), a suedine of very delicate soft touch which contrasts with the roughness of the rusted metal aspect.
This soft all-purpose faux suede is used in decoration and accessories by Jean Paul Gaultier.
The lounge chairs spelling out JPG of the collection Typographia from TABISSO set the stage for this new textile designed by Jean Paul Gaultier for Lelièvre.
LABELS VIA 2015 for armchair Ciel! by Noé Duchaufour Lawrance02 September 2015
Review FRANCE DESIGN Milan 201520 May 2015
Ciel! Armchair on the trend space HotelGallery design by Elizabeth Leriche – Equip’Hôtel 16-20 Nov. 2014 Paris02 December 2014
Now! Design à Vivre – Maison&Objet 24-28 Jan. 2014 Paris03 February 2014
CIEL! New product 2014 designed by Noé Duchaufour Lawrance06 January 2014
100%design 18-22 Sept. 2013 – London Earls Court24 September 2013
New launched collections at 100%design 2013 : Unita and Typographia Kids!
Bureaux Expo 16-18 April 2013 Paris – Porte de Versailles26 April 2013
CIEL DE PARIS Restaurant by NOE DUCHAUFOUR-LAWRANCE13 June 2012
TABISSO Contract – Development and production of bespoke furniture designed by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance for the restaurant Ciel de Paris, Europe’s highest restaurant sitting on the 56th floor of the Tour Montparnasse, owned and managed by Elior group.
– Chairs and Bar Stools: composite material structure, leather upholstery, metal base with swivel mechanism
– Tables: Corian tabletop, metal base
Client: ELIOR GROUP
Architecture/Interior Design: NOE DUCHAUFFOUR-LAWRANCE, NEONATA STUDIO, PARIS
Area furnished: RESTAURANT FLOOR
44 Produits pour 2012!22 March 2012
TABISSO parmi les “44 Produits Made In Loire-Atlantique” – sélectionnés selon des critères de patrimoine, de notoriété, d’innovation et de respect de l’environnement, ces produits « Made in L.A » vont sillonner une dizaine de villes du département de la Loire-Atlantique tout au long de l’année 2012. L’exposition itinérante a été inaugurée à Nantes lundi dernier 19 Mars par Philippe Grosvalet, président du conseil général de Loire-Atlantique.