Beatiful and functional design for everyone: Target Point presents its new products at Hábitat

From September 19 to 22, 2023, Target Point will showcase its new products at Feria Habitat Valencia: tables, chairs, and sideboards that celebrate creative and functional design, always accessible to everyone. The Venetian company – based in Vicenza, Italy – is specialized in home furnishings, based on the concept of beautiful and functional design combining affordability with quality products. Established in 1995, the company operates in the market today with a 26,000-square-meter facility and over 1,500 items ready for delivery, with an annual turnover of nearly 20 million euros.

“Today, more than ever, the home is the absolute centre of our lives. In Valencia, we will present our new products that not only focus on aesthetics but also aim to be relevant to the way we live our spaces, thanks to functional furnishings offered at a competitive price. Authentic Italian design for everyone.” With this introduction, Alex Lunardon, co-founder of the company, presents the Velar, Tay, and Priamo tables, the Tokio chair and the Artemide sideboard.

Velar is a table with a theatrical effect where the letter “V” in its name becomes the distinctive feature of the table and inspires the design of the original basement. A piece of pure design where the base strongly enhances the uniqueness of the metallic finishes and meets the elegance of a smoky transparent glass top. Reinterpreting the concept of harmony and complementarity from Eastern philosophy, the Tay table is an extremely functional piece of furniture that adapts to the spaces it is placed in. A barrel-shaped table designed by Opaca Lab that transforms into a round table and vice versa, to accommodate even more guests when needed. Among the other novelties is the Tokio chair, an Italian design chair that reveals its inspiration from the dynamic Japanese city in its name. The design is clean and the upholstery is made with the virtuous choice of Eco-tex recycled fabric. Drawing inspiration from Greek mythology in its name, the Priamo table and Artemide sideboard are presented at the fair as complements already featured in past collections but in a new material: an elegantly wavy glass that accompanies the metal base of the Priamo table or the brushed laminate of the Artemide sideboard.