Kendo furniture is a company located in Valencia (Spain), specialized in occasional furniture manufacture. Its catalogue includes coffee tables, console tables, side tables, TV furniture, mirrors, containers, book cases, desks, modular coffee tables among others. Since the year 2000, Kendo has been working with a design focused on quality, excellence, competitiveness and respect for the environment, fully adaptable to the different settings and spaces of homes and contract projects. Kendo exports more than 30 per cent of its goods to over 30 countries.
The Keraben Group is a group of companies involved in the manufacture and marketing of ceramic products and special ceramic pieces, hydromassage systems and shower solutions. Keraben’s design and quality have made it a leader in its sector. Its main aim is to create products with their own special identity and the brand is therefore committed to on-going improvement throughout its production processes. An international benchmark in its sector, the Keraben Group operates in more than 120 countries.
Since it was founded in 1966, Kettal has had a strong ambition to excel in design and innovation on an international level. In the early Noughties, it acquired the brands Hugonet and Triconfort, and the company became the Kettal Group. Kettal currently collaborates with some of the world’s most influential designers, including Patricia Urquiola, Rodolfo Dordoni, Hella Jongerius and Emiliana Design Studio. All its products, which are exported to over 60 countries, are designed and manufactured in its factory in a small coastal town 45km away from Barcelona.
The history of KOO International goes back to 1998. Antonio Muñoz, founder of the firm and an entrepreneur with long-standing experience in the manufacture of upholstered furniture, set up the business in Silla (Valencia). One of the secrets behind KOO International’s success is its skill at combining the experience and know-how of its human capital with state-of-the-art technologies applied to the production of upholstered furniture. Offering modern competitive designs and maximum comfort is the objective of this company both in the home and contract furniture sectors.
Founded in 1926, this family-run business manufactures metal curtains which can be custom-designed and made-to-measure, and used for architectural and decorative purposes. Their main function is to separate rooms and decorate spaces, and they can be adapted at all times to the needs of architects and interior designers. The firm is internationally renowned as a leading company of metal curtains, and these grace a huge number of international projects and events. The company exports over 70 per cent of its goods.