International Design Icon Plans Furniture Collection Launch
MIAMI – Internationally recognized design icon Adriana Hoyos announces her plan to launch TEN, a whole home furniture collection, at the October High Point Market, in the IHFC building’s InterHall showcase.
The U.S. debut of TEN, a 26-SKU offering designed by Hoyos, reflects the striking evolution towards informality in this country’s luxury furnishings segment.
“The definition of luxury, both at home and in hospitality environments, is changing,” said Hoyos. “Quality materials and construction remain important touchstones to this audience, but designs must function to reflect new expectations for comfort and ease. These are the primary attributes of today’s luxury experience.”
Hoyos started her career working on high-end interior design projects around the world. Her eponymous company ADRIANA HOYOS FURNISHINGS began developing and manufacturing furniture in Ecuador in 1994, growing production to serve multiple, global distribution points, including her company’s vertical retail operations in South America.
TEN consists of living room, dining room and occasional furniture, inspired by natural elements and progressive architectural movements. Attuned to the specific needs of the luxury furnishings dealer and interior designer, the company offers customization options for upholstery fabric and wood finish selections. Custom products ship within 8 weeks.
ADRIANA HOYOS FURNISHINGS products will be exhibited in InterHall space 404, Oct. 14 – 18. Dealer and interior designer inquiries may be addressed to Adrián Trejo [email protected].
ABOUT ADRIANA HOYOS
Adriana Hoyos began her career as an interior designer before establishing the award-winning ADRIANA HOYOS FURNISHINGS brand in 1994. Her eponymous, vertically integrated company designs, manufactures and distributes quality furnishings for the residential, hospitality and commercial segments around the globe. The Adriana Hoyos Corporation is based in Ecuador, with international offices in Miami. Adrian Hoyos also served as a UNICEF Regional Ambassador.
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