Presenting at Denfair 2018
Vitim #164 Fabric
“Vitim is just one of the new fabrics introduced by Missoni Home for 2018. A clever re-interpretation of Missoni’s iconic chevron pattern combined with graduated stripes and an earthy colour palette. The proprietorial weaving technique also introduces a stretch to the fabric which enhances its possibilities on curved shapes. More Missoni Home fabrics and wallpapers will be presented at DENFAIR.”
CH Set of 6 (Assorted)
The PET Lamp project, created by Alvaro Catalan de Ocon, combines the reuse of PET plastic bottles with the artisan skill of basket weaving to create unique lampshades. These can be used individually or clustered in groups that create an impressive chandelier effect. Working with various artisan communities in different corners of the globe, the results vary from festive, colourful combinations to more sober and sculptural forms.
This is a project that respects our environment through the reuse of single use plastics, encourages and inspires artisan craft skills otherwise at risk of being forgotten, and results in a uniquely designed product that brings warmth and life to your environment. PET Lamp is an obvious choice for hospitality projects, and an inspired choice for commercial and residential.
Bash Gold Vessel Tall
Tom Dixon’s constantly evolving accessories collection fits perfectly into our edit of objects to enhance residential, commercial and hospitality projects. Combining authentic materials and artisan skills the appropriately named BASH collection is formed from sheets of annealed brass that are masterfully beaten and bashed to create a series of shapes that can be grouped or placed individually to bring glamour and impact to your project.
Crack by Nacho Carbonell – NCA-01
Dutch wallpaper producers, NLXL, have just launched their latest collection, “Monochrome”, at Salone de Mobile in Milan. Featuring new designs from some earlier collaborators – Piet Hein Eek, Piet Boon, Mr. & Mrs. Vintage – as well as newcomers – Studio Boot, Studio Roderick Vos and Nada Debs. These new designs range from intricate cut paper designs to industrial themed recycled wooden blocks. Shown here is “Crack” by Nacho Carbonell. “Monochrome” presents a fresh new aesthetic, digitally printed on NLXL’s heavy-duty wallpaper which is suitable for residential, commercial and hospitality projects.
Eden Pinstripe Throw
Wallace and Sewell
A highly individual UK-based textile design studio, established by Emma Sewell and Harriet Wallace-Jones after graduating from the Royal College of Art in 1990. Combining innovation with practical solutions, Wallace and Sewell are known for their use of colour, structure and yarn in surprising geometric formats. Strongly influenced by the Bauhaus for its aesthetic and design ideology, Wallace and Sewell strive to unite craft and manufacturing, embracing traditional and modern industrial techniques.
The initial design process begins on handlooms in their London and Dorset studios. Production then takes place in a family-run mill, fusing tradition with state of the art technology, allowing the flexibility to weave a variety of qualities from small batches to larger quantities. Our selection of Wallace and Sewell blankets, throws, cushions and silks add colour and texture to the final layer of your projects.
Disclaimer: Not all products shown on this brand page may be on display at DENFAIR.