Greenkiss, a new eco design startup

At Maison & Objet 2020, Hubert de Malherbe, Thierry Lemaire and Paolo Castelli present Greenkiss, a new luxury and eco-friendly furniture brand


Vao, 3 seater sofa upholstered in bouclé wool, with frame and legs in walnut stained ash from sustainable supply chain

Greenkiss is a new 100% Made in Italy brand launched at Maison & Objet 2020, in Paris from 17 to 21 January. Three outstanding designers created new furniture collections able to express an innovative, more minimal and sustainable, luxury concept. Hubert de Malherbe has designed many retail and hospitality spaces; Thierry Lemaire is an architect and a designer: and Paolo Castelli is the creative director and CEO of the namesake Bologna-based company.

Theo, six-legged chair in light ash with natural finish

Created by three designers, the collection that identifies with the new brand consists of tables, armchairs, chairs and lighting fixtures inspired by Italian and French design of the ’50s and ’70s. An ethical and controlled supply chain enables a more sustainable production, relying on regenerated or reclaimed materials, of certified origin, and ‘greener’ processing techniques.

Egg, dining table with metal structure, top in stone and concrete, characterized by the presence of macrofossils

Greenkiss: sustainable made in Italy products

Attention to detail and artisanal techniques generate products in perfect balance between tradition and innovation. The values of made in Italy are thus reinterpreted from a green, sustainable point of view.

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Selima, walnut stained ash console table with open pore finish, which preserves the natural look of wood

The Greenkiss collection is exhibited in hall 7 at Maison & Objet, in a privileged position, next to the exhibition dedicated to Michael Anastassiades, ‘Designer of the Year 2020’. The collection is on display also in Paolo Castelli’s and Hubert de Malherbe’s showrooms, respectively on rue de Turenne 132 and rue de Rome 64, Paris. [Text Laura Galimberti]

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Picasso, lamp with asymmetrical base made in Faenza ceramic with egg-shaped element in selenite. Lampshade in Nepalese hemp

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