After Pyramide and Calypso, MELJAC, the leader in high-end switches, has completed its range of designer brass power strip with the "Z". A true control panel, this new design can integrate a control screen as well as sockets and switches.
Made in France, MELJAC's latest innovation once again illustrates the brand's renowned skill.
Created in partnership with the WILMOTTE architectural practice, this exceptional new product can be made in any of MELJAC's 25 different finishes. The front can accommodate a combination of mechanisms as desired: electric sockets, USB, RJ45, extra-low voltage lighting switches…It is also possible to integrate a control screen. As functional as a control panel, the "Z" can be made in several sizes, according to the needs of the user, and be finished with personalised engraving. It is the almost limitless possibilities for personalisation that make MELJAC the essential reference in the high-end switchgear sector.
Created in 1995 by André Bousquet, the company designs high-quality electrical equipment using the finest materials. Its innovation and working methods are at the heart of its development, guaranteeing an optimum quality which has allowed it to export its products and become the market leader. The brand is sold in 60 countries, and has 40 authorized dealers in France and 23 abroad.
With about 10 collections, MELJAC offers architects, decorators, electricians and private individuals a large range of options: switches, sockets, table lamps, reading lights, thermostats, home automation systems etc. The brand is also renowned for its made-to-measure creations.
MELJAC has fitted prestigious establishments such as the Palace of Versailles, the Louvre Museum, the Horta Museum in Brussels, and a number of well-known palaces and hotels including the Four Seasons Hotel George V, the Meurice, the Royal Monceau, the Royal Mansour and the Mandarin Oriental in Marrakech, the Intercontinental in Geneva, and the Danieli Hotel in Venice. In 2012, the brand obtained the ‘Origine France Garantie’ label for its brass products and reading lights, and in August 2015, MELJAC was the first company in its business sector to obtain the EPV label (Living Heritage Company). It has a turnover of €6.5M.