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Studio Nedda for Maison Vervloet at Spazio Nobile

Jun 9, 2016

Piano Nobile teams up with Maison Vervloet for a special cocktail hour celebrating Studio Nedda’s Torna collection, presented in situ and on sale at the Brussels gallery.

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Applied arts venue Spazio Nobile Gallery hosted a special cocktail celebration for Maison Vervloet‘s Brussels pop store, located right around the corner. Showcasing award-winning Belgian designer Nedda El-Asmar (Studio Nenda)’s Torna Collection for the heritage brand, the gallery revealed its implementation of the brass-cast door levers – inlayed with an array of different leathers, woods and textiles. Invited guests were presented with a real world context and application of this luxurious fitting. Torna door handles are also available for purchase through Piano Nobile. Price upon request.

Spazio Nobile
Rue Franz Merjay 142, Brussels
Wednesday to Friday 10:00-16:00

Nedda Bequille Galuchat
Nedda Bequille Galuchat
Nedda for Maison Vervloet
Nedda for Maison Vervloet
Nedda Fond Blanc Python Clair
Fond Blanc Python Clair
Nedda Fond Beige Python Foncé
Nedda Fond Beige Python Foncé
Nedda Bequille Cuir Brun
Bequille Cuir Brun
Nedda Fond Beige Bois
Nedda Fond Beige Bois
Nedda Face Bois
Nedda Face Bois
Nedda Compo Fond Blanc Bois
Compo Fond Blanc Bois
Nedda Bequille Boisze Brano
Bequille Boisze Brano
Nedda Bequille Argente
Nedda Bequille Argente
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