Furniture Preference manifests one's lifestyle and personality

Tori, Therefore, takes pride in producing beatifully designed and built furniture Gia Lac, established in 2003 is a private limited company established under Vietnamese Enterprise law. It has the foreigners’ participation in design consultancy and management. (British & French).

We are proud to introduce our first furniture collection, which has been created according to Tori’s sworn principles:

"quality, simplicity, harmony, and integrity".

“I am excited to introduce Tori Brand to the Vietnamese market. Although our uniquely designed and premium quality furniture is highly appreciated internationally, the advantage of in-house manufacturing offers our customers a reasonable price tag.”

Pham Ngoc Quang – General Director

“We are so proud of being invited to the 2005 Milan International Furniture Fair. This should be the best quality assurance for our customers.”

Justin Wheatcroft – Design & Export Director

Combining a flat, smooth color with a deep textured wood, like oak, to create a contrast that complements each element. This is out “Oak in the Spotlight” collection’s concept.

“Always design a thing by considering it in its next larger context – a chair in a room, a room in a house, a house in an environment, an environment in a city plan.”

Eliel Saarinen

The classic Japanese A form creates an interesting alternative to the simple rectangle, adding shape and shadow.

“Form follows function – that has been misunderstood. Form and function should be one, joined in a spiritual union.”

Frank Lloyd Wright

Retaining the essential characteristics while simplifying the form of the Ming Period’s furniture. Thus creates a cleaner and more up-to-date version of this most cherished design movement.

“Some painters transform the sun into a yellow spot, others transform a yellow spot into the sun.”

Pablo Picasso

Nowhere in nature does a straight line exist. Our Kool Kyoto range utilizes beautiful sweeping arcs to keep in us touch with Mother Earth.

“When I judge art, I take my painting and put it next to a God made object like a tree or flower: If it clashes, it is not art.”

Paul Cezanne

When designing simple linear furniture, materials and finish selection become vital. Thin stainless steel legs can give the illusion of a floating sofa and the brilliant lacquer finish on a cabinet exudes a luxurious feel and look.

“Think simple, as my old master used to say – meaning reduce the whole of its parts into the simplest terms, getting back to first principles.”

Frank Lloyd Wright

“I hope that my designs will inspire the viewer and invite them into my mind” “It is satisfying to know that you have done a good job; The clients feel that it is worth their money, and that it is collectable” “To understand the unusual and make it into harmony. That is what we would like to achieve”

Alexis Bris – Designer

Quang started a furniture workshop in Hanoi in 1992. By 1998, his workshop had developed into a factory, which focused mainly on providing bedroom furnishings to Japanese market. Quang co-created Tori in Ho Chi Minh City in 2004, where he currently manages the company’s manufacturing facilities and activities.

Pham Ngoc Quang – General Director.

Justin co-founded the Hanoi-based Indochine House in 1996. At Tori, he initiates the products’ design patterns, and follows them through all researching and development phases. Justin also serves as the main interface with overseas clients to precisely accommodate their demands.

Justin Wheatcroft – Design and Export Director

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