Inspired by the landscape of the region of Kansai, the Nara range is a versatile and modular collection of furniture pieces and objects. The Kvadrat upholstered bases come in two sizes, and can be complemented with a range of tabletops and accessories, including a mirror and a coat stand. The collection has been designed to create peaceful and nature-inspired interiors, and its generous curves and tactile materials give a soft escape from today’s busy and stressful lifestyles. This versatile design allows the user to create customisable configurations to suit both residential and commercial environments.
Full range will be presented at Denfair from the 14th to the 16th of June in Melbourne, as part as the Front/Centre Initiative, a curation of the best and most innovative designs from Australia’s most promising designers.
Small base: 350 Ø x 400 H mm
High base: 350 Ø x 660 H mm
Small top: 320 Ø
Large top: 420 Ø
Picture Credit: Studio Fiorucci
A massive thank you to the beautiful and mindful Happy Melon Studio - I could have not find a more peaceful place for the pictures (and a better studio to practice yoga and meditation).
Inspired by a Zen garden, Ricocher’s design invites people to slow down and enjoy the peace and serenity that can be experienced while in nature. With its hand tufted rug and its high-density foam ottoman, Ricocher can be used as meditation seat, a foot rest or even a coffee table. Ricocher provides a softness inspired by nature making it perfect for relaxing at home after a long day’s work or for recharging over the weekend.
Ottoman: Kvadrat fabric
Rug: 100% New Zealand Wool - Handtufted
Ottoman: 1000mm Ø x 300 H mm
Rug: 1500mm Ø
More sizes available.
Designed for open spaces, offices and airport lounges, The 1969 Solo offers plenty of seating area for added comfort.
The magazine rack at the back, along with the croissant graphic pattern, makes the chair appealing from every angle.
The 1969 Collection also includes a 2.5 seater, a 3 seater and a range of ottomans.
Who’s never sat on a coffee table?
FLIP is taking inspiration from a Japanese garden.
The flat table surface area can be changed into seating by flipping the felt green cushions over.
The FLIP prototype table has been designed to be tactile, versatile, playful and comfortable.
Materials: Reclaimed Ash and felt.
Last image: courtesy of Melbourne Fringe
A collection of earrings hand made with recycled coffee grounds.
Packaging: Marie Fiorucci
Pictures: Alexander Nils (Coconut) Jonathan Pielmayer (Plate) and RawPixel
The Sheep side table will be the perfect pet for a small and cute space.
Coming from the Australian prairies, the Sheep side table will be happy to be part of your family. The top is made of Corian making it easy to clean, and is also antibacterial and repairable. On the top, the removable circle of felt adds a little colour and texture. No doubt that the little sheep will feel at home next to your favourite occasional chair or in the kids room. The American Oak legs are joined to the top with 3D printed pieces.
A Collection of graphic 3D printed rings.
The table top is made of used coffee grounds sourced in Windsor's coffee shops (Melbourne). The legs and top details are made of Blackwood reclaimed timber.