Environment, a leader in sustainable furniture, announced that it will return to Market Las Vegas Winter 2010 to showcase the brand’s latest collection and introduce the partnerships announced at the end of 2009.
Environment’s commitment to environmental responsibility, remains ever-present in both the brand’s styles as well as new creations from world-class Italian designers Aldo Cibic and Alessandro La Spada. Using only reclaimed, recycled or re-purposed wood and canvases to create high-style pieces, Environment stays conscious of the fragile state of the planet and the tastes and needs of today’s consumer.
“Although a person’s home has long been regarded as a place of personal expression reflecting an individual’s style, today’s consumers are looking beyond the surface – they’re looking for meaning, something Environment has been rooted in from the beginning,” said Davide Berruto, CEO of Environment.
While 2009 was a year of big developments -- the appointment of designer Jean Marie Massaud as Environment’s new Creative Director, the launch of the brand’s first accessory line Environment by Heather Heron, and the opening of Environment’s Atlanta showroom – with Winter 2010 Las Vegas and the brand’s premiere showing in Milan in April, 2010 promises, the company says, to be just as exciting of a year.
Environment will be showing at Las Vegas Market Week February 1-5, 2010, in the Environment Showroom Suite B-170, World Market Center.
About Environment: Environment is a furniture brand built on a basic principle: Nature Is The Best Designer We Know. As the leader in sustainable contemporary home design, Environment is committed to people and the planet through forward thinking dedication to using materials and processes with low environmental impact. All materials used in Environment's collections are either reclaimed, recycled or repurposed wood and canvas, providing true diversity in both appearance and texture.
For more information, visit www.environmentfurniture.com
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