Thanks to our integrated teams, we control all stages in the life of our products, from design to after sales service.
Whether in collaboration with external designers or independently, our design department ensures our products’ development. It ensures our production efficiency and allows us to offer specific solutions for rooms with unusual layouts.
Our workshops are operated by qualified craftsmen using high-performance tools. They are experts in Espace Loggia solutions and work in constant collaboration with our design department to improve manufacturing processes by combining rationality, design and manual skills.
To ensure a perfect finish to our furniture, we have set up a team responsible for assembly, lacquers and varnishes, as well as strict quality control.
Interior designer teams
Our shops are not staffed by ordinary sales people, but by advisers who can enhance and optimise the space they are asked to design for, with a product completely suited to its constraints.
We employ seven teams of approved service providers who have complete mastery of the installation of our products. Our clients pay a reasonable price and then have nothing more to do!
Espace Loggia regularly collaborates with designers to expand the creative horizon of our brand and think up increasingly innovative products.
Loggia Lab, as our design department is called, develops innovative products that transform our experience of space-saving solutions into durable furniture.
Guillaume Parent has been working in close collaboration with Espace Loggia since 2001. Founder of Agence Zélé, which brings a cross disciplinary approach to design, he seeks to create simple, complete and innovative solutions for the user. Among these solutions, the Attic mezzanines and the Triptych bed have become the brand’s flagship models.
Since the 1990s, Matali Crasset has been developing a body of work that explores extremely varied fields: from hospitality to electronic music, from craftsmanship to the renovation of a city. In 2009, she suggested to Espace Loggia the Pop Space system, a result of her experience as a mother and designer. This is a completely revolutionary set of furniture, which follows the development of a child from babyhood to adulthood.
Founder of the Nosigner™ designer collective, Eisuke Tachikawa advocates the idea of design with a social dimension. His progressive and multi-disciplinary approach won over Espace Loggia, which decided to produce his Open Source collection, designed for the Mozilla Foundation. In this way, the brand takes a pioneering role in this new collaborative and open approach to design.
Faltazi alias Victor Massip (designer mechanic) and Laurent Lebot (designer and illustrator) were introduced to Espace Loggia through VIA (Valorisation de l’Innovation dans l’Ameublement [promotion of innovation in furnishing]). The business and collective shared a similar passion for operational and futuristic design, and combined their skills to design Grand Large, an innovative slide-away bed intended for the community organisations market.
Architect and designer, Sandra Planchez, designed the Hop&Up bed for Ligne Roset. She worked in collaboration with our design department on the technical development of this innovative product, which we manufactured.