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Thursday, June 7th, 2018

Black Tone takes Valencian office furniture to the next level

Martínez Medina has created a new and elegant collection, in collaboration with designers such as Mario Ruiz and Francesc Rifé

The new collection of José Martínez Medina (JMM), Black Tone, has arrived in Madrid. Very sophisticated designs have been gathered together in this compilation, orientated mainly towards office furniture, which from now on will be shown in the Spanish capital’s showroom (56 Calle Cea Bermúdez). The furniture reflects the business world, shared concepts and projects to be launched. For that reason, it has counted on collaboration with prestigious designers such as Mario Ruiz and Francesc Rifé.

The Black Tone presentation gathered on 22nd May 2018 to numerous entities in Madrid and Valencia, the latter being where the brand originated. The best moments over 120 years of Martínez Medina with his choice for good design were shown. More than 400 guests, amongst architects, decorators, interior designers, clients and specialised press, benefitted from the event which combined the JMM and Contract furniture with works of his private collection.

Black Tone is a beautiful and versatile collection, which mixes innovation and technology at the same time. It has been created with the intention of “refining the places in which we spend so many hours of our lives” and for that reason, it resorts to an elegance without ornaments nor shrillness. Its style is functional, but full of detail, which goes from the care of the carpentry to the combination of the leather and the glass.

All of this confirms the natural evolution of an business which is also specialised in the office sector, contract furniture and other furniture corporations. Founded in Valencia in 1896, the brand JMM of Martínez Medina is synonymous with quality and prestige, as well as being in the continuous process of creative innovation. In the past it has collaborated with architects and renowned visual artists such as Javier Carvajal, Yturralde, Anzo, and Manolo Valdés.

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