For LDF 2017 we host the UK launch of a diverse selection of classic and contemporary furniture and lighting, on display at our River Street showroom, 20th - 24th September.
Launched in 1954, Robin Day's elegantly multi-functional walnut Slatted Bench is reissued in a new production licensed by the Robin and Lucienne Day Foundation.
Now available to view and order, Michael Anastassides' new collection of lighting sees the designer continue his exploration of striking sculptural forms in brass, porcelain and glass.
Icons of mid-century Dutch design, the Result and Pyramid collection of chairs and tables designed by Friso Kramer and Wim Rietveld is now relaunched by Hay.
Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong mark a decade of collaboration with the launch of the Wrongwoods table, the first design they prototyped for Established & Sons.
Danish company Karakter has added classic designs by Achille Castiglioni and a new work by contemporary designer Aldo Bakker to its collection of progressive furniture and lighting.
twentytwentyone's Contracts team has specified and supplied furniture and lighting for the newly refurbished ground floor foyer and Martini bar at the Barbican Centre.
Erno wool throw
Erno wool throw by Wallace Sewell.
Wallace Sewell designs are distinguished by their positive and confident use of colour and intelligent use of yarn properties and standard weave structures. The resulting textiles have a contemporary feel that is rooted in craft, and are suited to all interiors.
TriAngle coffee table
ISP table light
Tube chandelier by Michael Anastassiades.
Anastassiades' philosophy is to produce exceptionally designed objects of permanent value. All pieces are fabricated in carefully sourced small family-run workshops selected for their unique manufacturing skills and tradition in the use of materials.
Castiglioni San Luca chair
San Luca chair by Achille Castiglioni for Bernini.
The San Luca has a very individual character, though its form is derived from eighteenth-century furniture. Inspired by Boccioni sculptures, its dynamic profile was realised through models made in clay, chalk and wood.
Barber Osgerby: Projects
Barber Osgerby: Projects by Jana Schloze published by Phaidon.
Providing an approachable, professional service through a dedicated contract team for commercial interiors
Have many years of experience and partnered many eminent designers on highly respected projects in the UK and overseas
Diligently project manage the order, delivery and installation process, working to time sensitive deadlines
Provide a single point of contact from specification through to installation
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