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AW16 Collection "Subtle Dwelling"
Our headliners for this season are the Collect lighting series, Mingle tables, Herman lounge chairs, Herman stools, Haze vitrine and Ripple Glass.
The Collect lighting series is an innovative and interchangeable lighting system that allows you to create customised and contemporary looks in each and every room. Simply select your favourite lampshade and pair with your chosen socket pendant, adding the series’ decorative brass ring to complete the design.
In an elegant play on colours, contrasts and textures, the Mingle table top is lined with a layer of durable and sustainable linoleum or oak veneer. Combine any top with the corresponding Mingle trestles in either one of the six carefully chosen colours to create a contemporary dining table or desk in perfectly balanced proportions.
As an extension of the existing Herman chair series, we introduce the beautiful Herman lounge chair. The low design features a generous oval base and a gently undulating backrest that wraps around the body for maximum sitting comfort. Also the new stackable Herman stools in complementary colourway lend a contemporary feel to the classic silhouette and a splash of seasonal colour to your room. Both the lounge chair and stool are designed by Herman Studio.
We are also excited about the Haze Vitrine. A freestanding cabinet crafted from sleek powder coated metal and textural armoured glass. Use in the bathroom to stylishly store beauty essentials or as a modern focal point in your dining room to store our new Ripple glass. A mouth blown set of four glasses featuring a beautiful ripple surface. Pair them with the matching Carafe for a stylish set at breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Channeling an artisan approach, the collection focuses on simple shapes brought to life with textural surfaces, contrasting finishes and a colour palette that juxtaposes vibrant and contrasting hues with layers of tonal shades and monochrome colourways. Subtle designs evoking a quiet moment for rest and contemplation, dwelling into a personal space of shape, colour and texture – telling stories of lingering Sundays.