Since 2008, Ormond Editions represents a selection of the most esteemed talents of contemporary design. Its gallery, active in Geneva and Zurich, showcases a carefully curated mix of prestigious furniture, lighting and objects, reflecting its rigorous attention to details, its respect for craftsmanship and materiality.
Having built close collaborative relations with the international clientele which includes architects and interior designers, Ormond Editions has proven to be one of the key players in the field. The collections by artists and designers it represents have been placed in high-end interior projects including the Domaine de Châteauvieux in Satigny in Switzerland, the Storchen Hotel in Zurich, Four Seasons Abu Dhabi, MGM Las Vegas, Christofle Harrods in London, Maison Hermès in Seoul and numerous private residences in Switzerland and abroad.
Ormond Editions offers quality service to its partners – whether they are property developers, architects’ studios or private clients – by accompanying and supporting them throughout the entire process: from consulting, order management to transport and delivery on-site.
Ormond Editions is also an editor of exclusive furniture and lighting collections, produced in small series.
Our close relationships with exceptional craftsmen allow us to place unique know-how at the center of our interests and concerns and to meet demands of our discerning clients.
Our collections, including one by designer Stéphane Parmentier for which we won the Wallpaper award for best launch in 2012, are distributed worldwide.
Created in collaboration with Garnier & Linker, the collection Romane was launched at Collectible in Brussels, then during Milan Design Week in 2019. This collection draws its strength from the combination of techniques oriented towards the working of rare wood and stone with patinated bronze, and it has been featured in prestigious magazines and periodicals ever since.
Building on this success, a new collaboration was born in 2020, this time together with architect Glenn Sestig. It highlights the technique of lost wax cast glass and bronze.
Ormond Editions constantly seeks for novelties and collaborations with distinguished designers.
Photos © Piet-Albert Goethals