Brands within the RSGA Design group are all from the highest segment of interior design. Using their rich history, timeless design, and craftsmanship they amplify their brand identity. These brands combine the highest quality standards with the knowledge of their specialised craftsmen, using modern production techniques.


For more than 80 years, the Spectrum collection has been a combination of iconic Dutch designs and classics of the future. The collection consists of strong characters, each with its own story. Spectrum furniture is designed by renowned Dutch designers. Famous designs by Martin Visser, Gerrit Rietveld, Benno Premsela and Constant Nieuwenhuys are combined with future classics from designers such as Piet Hein Eek, Studio Parade, Carolina Wilcke and Aart van Asseldonk.

Spectrum Design
www.spectrumdesign.nl


Rietveld Originals was established by Gerrit Rietveld’s grandson Egbert Rietveld, aiming to bring his grandfather’s furniture designs to the public’s attention. The collection includes all Gerrit Rietveld’s furniture designs currently in production. It consists of furniture produced by Rietveld Originals as the official licensee of the Copyright Foundation Dr G. Th. Rietveld plus the designs published by Cassina, Gispen and Tecta.

Rietveld Originals
www.rietveldoriginals.com


The Gelderland collection offers an impressive sample of Dutch design history. From the first piece of furniture in 1936 onwards, it has all been about timeless, comfortable, sustainable and reliable design lasting for generations. By attracting leading designers such as Ib Kofod Larssen and Rob Parry in the 1950s, the foundations were laid for the present Gelderland principles. In 1969, Jan des Bouvrie made his debut as a furniture designer with his 430 Cube sofa. Many designers followed, including Henk Vos and his sons Bart and Roderick, Stefan Scholten & Carole Baijings, Remy Meijers, Lex Pot and Studio Truly Truly.

Gelderland
www.gelderlandgroep.com


Atelier Artiforte was founded in 1930 in Rotterdam. Henk Fillekes was the driving force behind the innovative designs that made the company famous in the 1950s and 1960s. Besides Fillekes’ work, the collection contains designs by architects Kho Liang Ie and his teacher Johan Niegeman. RSGA Design has acquired the rights to the lighting of Atelier Artiforte. This adds a new chapter to the history of this unique collection of timeless and unaffected lighting with Dutch design tradition. In addition to classics by Fillekes, Niegeman, Kho Liang Ie and Aldo van den Nieuwelaar, Atelier Artiforte will be introducing new work by today’s best lighting designers such as David Derksen, Rick Tegelaar and Rachel Griffin.

Atelier Artiforte
www.atelierartiforte.com