Artifort's furniture designs are known for their excellent design and durability. Many of the brand's most famous designs were created in the 1960s and 70s by Pierre Paulin, such as the Tulip Chair and Orange Slice, considered iconic pieces of furniture and included in significant museum collections worldwide.
Artifort has also collaborated with other notable designers, including Geoffrey Harcourt, Nel Verschuuren, Bruno Ninaber van Eyben, Gijs Bakker, Jasper Morrison, Rene Holten, Wolfgang Mezger, and Patrick Norguet.
At Artifort, the notions of design, quality, craftsmanship and sustainability go hand-in-hand. Their goal is to create furniture that will last generations, respecting both the life of the materials and the energy that went into creating them, the designer's intention and vision, and the years of experience in the hands of the people who make each piece. To achieve this and create furniture with a soul that can withstand the vagaries of fashion and complement the human form is no simple task.
Yet, they have risen to this challenge, combining elegance with practicality and longevity for over a century.
Artifort challenges today's status quo with innovative designs that embrace the latest technologies and materials. One such design is the Lotus Chair by Rene Holten, which showcases the brand's commitment to elegant forms and innovative materials. With its long history of collaborating with world-renowned designers and producing iconic designs, Artifort remains a leading brand in the world of furniture design.