A group of lines that create an elegant, fascinating symphony in a suspended, almost magical equilibrium and give life to a new lamp designed to feature in large public and private spaces. Aluminium elements flow and combine together to give the lamp a light, bodiless effect.
Betty TK1 Chair
Finnish designer Sami Kallio and Danish designer Jakob Thau made the focus of Betty a feature most people don’t focus on; the webbing usually found under a seat intended to provide support. Consequently, the webbing adds comfort that naturally bends a bit with your body. Meanwhile, the one-piece wooden seat frame is part of a sturdy chair that’s surprisingly light – and stackable, available in a selection of contemporary colours for the frame. Betty is an honest, explicit design with nothing hidden and everything exposed. A strong chair when you see it that’s soft when you sit in it.
English designer John Astbury played with the proportions, surfaces and materials to create more than a shelf – but in a minimal expression that didn’t seem staged. The outcome? Two different shapes and various finishes. The long shelf is a soft rectangle and its little round sibling is the ideal companion. Pair them at varying heights and configurations, or place each on its own as a side table or in-shop display. Enjoy the option of waxed aluminium for both the shelf and supporting columns or black anodised aluminium for the shelf with oiled walnut
Fly Chair SC10
The Fly Series by Space Copenhagen is a lounge collection made up of two sofas, an armchair, two tables and a pouf. Pushing the idea of lounging to its fullest, Fly is a series that allows the user to sit, lie, rest, and relax. Unlike many of the sofas and easy chairs in Scandinavian design history, Fly does not impose any particular posture onto the sitter. The seat itself is optimised for comfort, with loose cushions for the back that can be arranged according to the user’s own needs. But Fly adheres to tradition in other respects; the frame of the sofa and armchair, with a slatted back rest, is made from solid oak, treated with white pigmented oil or smoked oil.
Loafer Armchair SC24
The Loafer chair takes after its sibling, the Loafer lounge chair by Space Copenhagen designed for Arne Jacobsen’s refurbished SAS Royal Hotel. Fine-tuned for high-end restaurants, upscale eating environments and private homes, the Loafer chair is a bit lighter, narrower, with a higher seat and a slight slope on either side to comfortably accommodate your arms. A fully upholstered chair that’s soft yet sturdy, you’ll feel like you’re dining in a hotel whether you actually are or not.
Large in size but light and dynamic, Plena provides dual lighting: reflected on the surface below it, and spreading towards the ceiling. An intriguing light, of special charm, to completely permeate a room while remaining soft and enveloping. Placed over a table, Plena never emits the slightest glare.
A rangoli is a Hindu floral design with a long historic tradition, which is placed on the floor at the entrance of some houses or buildings as a welcome symbol and to provide protection or wish good luck. The graphic is normally made up of flower petals, leaves, coloured powders, rice flour and other elements that act as a vehicle for decoration. Inspired by the essence of these works, the rug keeps the same intention with its design, serving as a sign of wellbeing and welcome. In addition to their beautiful historical undertones, the pieces in this series give extraordinary charm to living rooms or dining rooms in their large format, or passage ways and bedrooms in the smaller size.
Sillon is French for “groove”, referring to the furrowed frame encompassing a series of three mirrors of varying sizes. Inspired by French Art Deco, the grooves form a repeated pattern that’s graphic, which adds an intriguing clarity and contrast to the mirrors. Choose brass or chrome for the frames as a material touch to the three mirror sizes measuring Ø460, Ø660, Ø960, and you’ll be spoiled for choice as to placement options. From a lobby, hotel entrance hallway or bedroom to a smaller setting, such as a bathroom, with the freedom to group them together at varying heights or separately to make your own design statement.
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