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BLINK

BLINK

Designed by yabu pushelberg
A charming and approachable furniture collection, the playful Blink is designed to elicit an emotional response from its users. Each piece is imbued with a touch of human personality. Three icons – an outstretched hand, a blinking eye and an open mouth (in the form of a circle) – form a connecting thread across the range, an intuitively understood visual vocabulary enhanced by the smooth contours and soft, clean lines of the furniture. The materials – stained white oak, leather, antiqued bronze and blackened steel – have been selected to create considered contrasts from texture to texture and surface to surface.

Exchange Chair

Exchange Chair

DESIGNED BY JUN AIZAKI (CREME)
Crème has developed a contemporary wood and steel chair inspired by the traditional Windsor form. By
exchanging the traditional wooden spindles and stretcher of the Windsor back with steel, Crème has produced a
new chair that feels both contemporary and traditional at once. This exchange suggests the new life and design
that can be breathed in to used or well-worn objects and furnishings. Aside from the tradition spindle back,
Crème has designed several other backs that can be substituted in to fit any design. Custom backs, multiple
wood species and steel finishes are available.

James

James

DESIGNED BY YABU PUSHELBERG
The James collection is an understated exploration of modern masculinity – at once bold and defined, but also
light and elegant. The range includes a chaise, desk, stool and bar trolley, each one meticulously proportioned
and ergonomically shaped.
All four pieces have been designed to turn negative space into an aesthetic feature, making use of floating
planes and wireframes to lend them an air of sleekness and simplicity. Full of subtle details and stowaway
compartments, James is subtly inspired by the world of performance cars. The automotive references are also
echoed in the materials: warm and tactile black metal, walnut wood and sable-tone matte leather.

LAVAL

LAVAL

Designed by LAVAL and OeO
The Laval Collection aims to reinterpret the traditional French style by reflecting the poetic simplicity of Japanese and Scandinavian aesthetics. The collection springs from a collaborative meeting between high-end French furniture maker Laval and Danish design studio OeO. It combines the French sense of elegance with a subtle sense of modern comfort, adding superior fabrics from Japanese textile brand Hosoo—known for its investigative approach to traditional three-dimensional Nishijin weaving from Kyoto. The collection reflects a strong sense of refined and exquisite quality combined with the highest attention to detail.
 

VALET

VALET

Designed by David Rockwell
Rockwell Group took inspiration for the collection, part of Stellar Works’ Collaboration series, from the roots of the word “valet,” but reinterpreted it for the 21st century – this crafted, unique furniture accommodates the narrative of our lives today. From lounge seating to customizable shelving, each of the 14 pieces in the collection has a streamlined functionality – luxurious embellishments, from leather cords to matte brass hardware, double as subtle tools for living well. Grouped together in endless combinations, the pieces help create natural transitions in the home or hospitality setting, from entry, to work, to play. 
SIGNATURE

Cabinet of Curiosity

Cabinet of Curiosity

Designed by Neri&Hu
‘secrets &..’ by Neri&Hu is the first edition of A Cabinet of Curiosity, an ongoing series to be launched in subsequent years, slowly peeling away the hidden to finally satisfy the curiosity in all of us. The wooden cabinet with glass doors rests on a metal trolley inspired by scenes from a ceramic factory, before the cart enters the fiery furnace. The furnace represents trials and tribulations we all encounter in life, from which we offer up sweat and tears, pain and pleasure. Yet it is through the burning of these sins and secrets that we walk out white as snow. Secrets revealed. Or secrets concealed. That is up to us.

Dowry

Dowry

Designed by Neri&Hu
Neri&Hu’s modern, clean-lined collection of cabinets is rooted in the tradition of the dowry, drawn from both Chinese culture and that of many others worldwide. Passed from one generation to the next at the moment of marriage, the dowry object is imbued with sentiment and history, embodying the potent nostalgia and symbolic value of a family heirloom.
Crafted to include traditional detailing and joinery techniques, the wide metal base and wooden body of the cabinets and drawers can be customised in a wide variety of materials and finishes. This allows the collection to be tailor-made to suit any setting, or personalised so that any family can create their own heirloom furniture, to pass on through the generations to come.

LUNAR

LUNAR

DESIGNED BY SPACE Cph
In the Lunar Collection, contemporary Nordic simplicity meets ancient Chinese legend. It takes its inspiration from Chang’e, the goddess of the moon, said to arise in the West and reside in her lunar palace ‘Guanghan’, which means ‘wild coldness’.
The collection is at once fresh, cool and comfortingly timeless. Like its celestial namesake, it is infused with the energy of Yin, the female principle in Yin and Yang.

MING

MING

Designed by Neri&Hu

Drawing on the past to inspire the present, Ming revisits the historic decorative arts of China to create a crisp and contemporary furniture style. Chinese design duo Rossana Hu and Lyndon Neri have looked to their Asian heritage, mixing ornamental motifs with modern Western functionality.
The result is a series of intricate wooden stacking chairs and aluminium tables that work effectively as solo pieces as well as a family grouping.

NEW LEGACY

NEW LEGACY

Designed by Shuwa Tei
Shuwa Tei’s collection of wooden furniture is a boundary-crossing series of wooden chairs and tables that combines traditional craft practice and modern production techniques to create a high-impact hybrid of Western and Asian furniture styles.
Each of Tei’s works – the innovative reinterpretations of recognisable forms, such as the Donna and Fly Lounge chairs – represents a fusion of design ideas, reaching across different times and places to make something unmistakeably of the present but respectful of the past.

QT / CHILLAX

QT / CHILLAX

Designed by Nic Graham
Initially developed for Australia’s pioneering QT Hotels brand, the QT collection is Nic Graham’s modern-day tribute to the mid-century movement. Drawing out retro details with a light touch, while allowing natural materials and traditional craftsmanship to take centre stage, the range communicates quality without compromising its casual appeal.
The QT collection and its slender, contoured counterpart Chillax make warm and welcoming additions to any contemporary interior, embodying the laidback, relaxed spirit of modern Australian life, with a wink to the pragmatism of mid-century Scandinavian design.

REN

REN

DESIGNED BY SPACE Cph
Rén was born of the desire to create a series of pieces in the Danish Modern tradition – high quality, thoughtfully crafted design that balances function with form and is accessible to all.
Made from stained ash, Rén’s tables and chairs take this distinctly Nordic philosophy and incorporate craft techniques and aesthetic detail from the design traditions of Japan and China, resulting in a collection that, although inspired by a particular place and time, is both international and ageless in its scope.

SW

SW

DESIGNED BY OeO
OeO’s SW furniture series draws on the simple, functional forms championed by the early 20th-century Bauhaus movement to develop a collection of seating that is comfortable, elegant and contemporary.
Created using solid walnut or ash, and upholstered in leather or fabric, the SW collection has been designed to bring clean-lined refinement to both homes and hospitality settings, demonstrating a purity of style through detail-focused craftsmanship, a soft, warming colour palette and high-quality materials.

UTILITY

UTILITY

Designed by Neri&Hu

This durable seating series combines comfort with practicality and a highly sophisticated take on the enduringly popular industrial aesthetic.

Incorporating a range of lounge chairs, barstools and stools, the Utility collection is (as its name suggests) utilitarian in its references, while also featuring a palette of old-world and luxurious materials. The end result is a set of elegant and versatile pieces that fit seamlessly and gracefully into any environment, from high-end hospitality to residential projects.

 

VINTAGE

CARLO

CARLO

Designed by Carlo Forcolini
Stellar Works’ Carlo collection gathers together some of the greatest and most influential designs of a 20th-century Italian master: Carlo Forcolini. His bold, playful and unstintingly imaginative approach resulted in a succession of attention-grabbing chairs and stools that make use of strong geometric shapes and colours – together with a touch of humour.
Alongside influential 1980s seating such as the Cotton Club and ‘smiling’ Alien chairs, the Carlo collection includes Forcolini’s self-supporting bookcase Ran Library, inspired by temple doors in China and Japan.

WOHLERT

WOHLERT

Designed by Vilhelm Wohlert
Vilhelm Wohlert’s pared-down mid-century pieces have become iconic works in the design evolution of furniture for public spaces. Stellar Works’ Wohlert collection comprises some of his most celebrated designs of the1950s, revitalised for the modern day. Each piece showcases the Danish designer’s less-is-more ethos and talent for turning the structural into the sculptural.
The collection includes the timeless Piano and Louisiana Chairs – designed to complement Wohlert’s architectural work on the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebæk, Denmark: simple, stackable, balanced and beautifully unadorned. His Triangle Chair, also found in the museum, was specifically created to provide visitors with a comfortable place to pause, sit back and soak up the scenery – just as it does today.
 
ACCESSORY

ARITA LIQUID

ARITA LIQUID

Designed by Neri&Hu

These containers inspired by Chinese traditional wine bottles offer two sizes for cold or warm liquids where the cups for drinking can be stacked at the neck of the bottle to form a visually interesting and complete setting. The brass holder offers a graceful detail to the simple white shape.

Materials
Dimensions
 
Porcelain
C99 x H145mm
C99 x H34mm

Arita Vessels

Arita Vessels

Designed by Neri&Hu

The ceramic set of seven bowls and plates started as a project ensemble under “A Cabinet of Curiosity”, where seven objects are to be displayed in a glass cabinet that carries emblems of seven animals which relate mto the ‘seven sins’, namely pride, greed, lust, envy, gluttony, wrath and sloth.

Each ceramic piece is a different size with varying heights and volumes, blurring the typology of bowls and plates to respond to the contemporary lifestyle of full flexibility with distinction. Each vessel shape offers endless functional possibilities, yet any combination of them suggests a rebirth of a personalized table styling.

Neri&Hu visited the Arita Ceramic Museum when researching for the project and found that the most beautiful and intriguing of all the ceramics ever produced from this region is a traditional plate from 1616, the year when Arita started producing ceramics for the European market.  Neri&Hu applied that particular glaze to a variety of new shapes all based on the simple yet nomadic from the historic artifacts of Arita from the year 1616.

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Porcelain
C290 x H31mm
C264 x H20mm
C213 x H42mm
C147 x H66mm
C188 x H35mm
C122 x H58mm
C74 x H90mm

KYOTO LAMPS

KYOTO LAMPS

DESIGNED BY OeO
This series of floor lamps in solid walnut or ash is a tribute to both the historic woodcraft of Kyoto and the early years of Japanese aviation. The lamps’ structure invokes the intricacy of Japanese toy aeroplanes – in particular the Yoshida Hishou, an A-shaped plane fitted with two reverse propellers that successfully crossed Tokyo’s Sumida River in a 1911 model-aircraft contest.
The shade is created using Japan’s Unesco-listed washi paper, by the craftspeople of Kyoto, traditional makers of Japan’s distinctive wagasa (umbrellas made with washi and bamboo). Emitting a gentle, warm-toned light and creating a soft shadow play, the Kyoto Lamp enhances interiors through both its form and effect.

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