Created in 2009, Hamilton Conte Paris is a furniture and home accessories brand that draws inspiration from our diverse cultural backgrounds and complementary talents. Combining pragmatism and passionate creativity, we do our best to approach our craft with originality and warmth.
Our creative process takes inspiration from a variety of styles and cultures and is centred on artisanal production and attention to detail. We like to merge design movements from the 1950s to 1970s, from the Americas and Scandinavia, and then add a touch of Parisian flair. Our collection offers all elements of an interior space, and a variety of materials and finishing options can make each piece highly personal.
Our creations are reminiscent of our own lives and reflect our passion for storytelling. Some models carry the names of family members or inspirational people while others are nods to anecdotes or places from our lives. For instance, Fabian’s father Enzo loved to take his cognac in a comfortable and enveloping chair; our Enzo wing chair was designed bearing this memory in mind.
There is a story behind each piece in our collection, and through their ensemble we try to create a universe that is distinct to the brand. Above all, Hamilton Conte believes that every interior should tell a story. It is time to tell yours.
Fabián Pellegrinet Conte is an interior architect and furniture designer. His career spans two continents and over 20 years during which time he has designed and supervised residential, hotel and office projects, and consulted for brands such as Whirlpool Russia and Ideal Standard Italy. He has been presenting furniture collections at Maison & Objet Paris since 2008. In 2009, he cofounded the furniture brand Hamilton Conte – Paris which specializes in exclusive custom made furniture and accessories which may be seen in his on-line furniture and project portfolios. In his project work, Fabian Pellegrinet Conte cultivates organized eclecticism, working with each client’s individual tastes to create unique and highly personal projects. He is highly influenced by the Americas but retaining European sensibilities. While promoting a contemporary approach to design, he is drawn towards the decades between 1930 and 1970 and especially Scandinavian design of the 1950s and American design of the 1960s. He seeks to marry comfort, function and attention to detail, while creating unique ambiances.