Promoting the finest in great design
IM Design Concepts brings together more than 25 years experience of importing some of the finest in contemporary lighting and furniture to the United States, as well as superior customer service.
With a distribution center in New Haven, CT and head office in Old Lyme, CT, we are conveniently placed for all areas of business, from interior designers and architects to contractors and retailers across North America.
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We are the exclusive promoter and distributor of some of the finest lighting and furniture designs.
Our list of brands will be growing over time, but we will always stay eclectic.
Patrizia Volpato, founder and artistic director of the company, was raised in her father’s glass blowing workshop in Venice. In 1980, Ms. Volpato established her company and her collections soon became popular with the classical and elegant style inherited from Venetian culture and history. Handcrafted Murano glass and precious crystal represent the key elements in the varied collection ranging from classical to modern styles.
With more than 30 years of experience, the practice of blending the Italian glass crafting tradition with high-tech materials has become the primary focus of the company. Patrizia Volpato began to design more large-scale lighting installations, expressing the craftsmanship of the Venetian masters in its innovative designs. Each piece is a bespoke creation specially designed do perfect its environment.
“If you can imagine it, we can make it happen.”
EOQ as a brand is rooted in a spirit of enquiry and industrial adventure. Deliberately positioned to make use of new frontiers of manufacturing and innovation, EOQ delivers classic design principles using a new and constantly evolving vocabulary.
Behind EOQ is Michael Young, British born and now Hong Kong based, who looks back at a career that spans over 20 years establishing himself as one of the world’s leading figures in his trade. The uniqueness of Michael’s work lies in his constant questioning of typologies and habits, combined with the pioneering passion for technology that eventually brought him to Asia.
In 1999 Central London, Steve Jones and Russell Cameron gave up their jobs within design consultancy and furniture design to pursue a shared dream of a unique but diverse furniture and lighting brand.
From their humble beginning in an old lighting factory in Wembley, North London, they had worked with designers from across the globe who called London their home. And even today they continue to embrace that vivid diversity, striving to be ‘as British as London itself’ – that is to say very British and yet highly adaptable and with a global vision. Their quirky and rebellious approach to design driven by high-spirited London culture.
This is the story of a culture with greatly antagonistic qualities – on the one hand, classical English tradition and on the other, the tumultuous punk culture. And Innermost exists in the coming together of these heterogeneous elements, purveying taste and quality with a non-conformist attitude.