New Scandinavian designs, a wealth of new colours, materials and shapes – a new collection designed with a strong focus on natural, authentic and sustainable materials. From the choice of sustainable materials to beautiful features and inspiring details, the new collection is all about the craftsmanship and longevity in the making of every single piece.
Soul lounge chair
Designed by Hertel & Klarhoefer
Soul is the epitome of classic design – the kind of design that just grows more beautiful over time and holds true heirloom potential. With its solid yet detailed construction, Soul exudes an uninhibited elegance. With carefully considered design details, the renowned German design duo Hertel & Klarhoefer has created a modern design classic. The removable seat is made with the finest grain leather, and the sustainable oak frame features perfectly curved armrests for ideal comfort. Inviting you to take a short retreat from it all, the subtle Nordic design ambitions of the Soul armchair make it a perfect fit for every home.
Designed by Kateryna Sokolova
One of the greatest artists of the 1960s was the American sculptor Alexander Calder. He designed small moving sculptures suspended from strings or rods, and his art was the source of inspiration for designer Kateryna Sokolova in her work with the Leaves lamp. The result is a sculptural and iconic pendant with elegant lampshades that can rotate to the sides, so the light source can be adapted to suit your needs. The Leaves lamp is an aesthetic design that hovers beautifully above the dining table, creating the perfect hint of decadence.
Designed by Bolia Design Team
A floral pattern with playful lines highlights the vibrant design. The Fiore rug is made of 100% wool; tufted using a very special technique that combines bouclé and wool tufts and creates the meticulous shapes. A stylish rug in any room.
Designed by Denis Guidone design studio
'Miyabi' is a Japanese concept of aesthetics. In modern Japanese, it usually means elegance, sophistication or beauty. Inspired by this concept, Denis Guidone has designed the decorative Miyabi vases, which feature a beautiful pattern in the transparent borosilicate glass. This type of glass is often used for test tubes and has given Denis Guidone the opportunity to create vases of very thin glass without compromising on the robustness. The vases are a masterpiece of elegance and display flowers in the most stunning way. On its own, Miyabi is a captivating, eye-catching ornament that attracts all the attention.
Pato shelf side
Designed by Terracota Consultancy
A playful combination of materials, textures and proportions characterises the Pato shelf. It makes an elegant addition to any wall, whether it's hanging on its own as a side table or together with others to create a beautiful installation on the wall.
Designed by Hertel & Klarhoefer
Imagine the moment before a show starts. The moment just before the curtain goes up, where you might be lucky enough to get a glimpse of what's going on behind the scenes. The Cord sideboard piques your curiosity in exactly the same way. The design is breathtakingly beautiful and the numerous braided paper cords create an airy front that attracts the eye. The Cord sideboard is made of solid oak and the doors of paper cords are braided and handmade exactly like classic woven chairs.
Bronco Vase medium
Designed by Fabio Vogel
A unique design that beautifully combines traditional craftsmanship with new technology. The prototypes are made of mouth-blown glass, which is blown into fabric bags to give the vase its distinctive pattern. Every single Bronco vase is completely unique, just like you.
Designed by Granstudio
Hook or decoration? It's up to you. Vitrum looks beautiful, especially when the sun's rays hit the glass and it forms lovely shadows on the wall.
Rootlet Flowerpot floor
Designed by Nordvink
Inspired by the '50s Danish design trends, yet still modern in shape and expression. Danish Nordvink has designed the Rootlet Flowerpot, which playfully experiments with material combinations. The plywood base doesn't lift the pot up on a pedestal, but it does embrace the beautiful terracotta.
Designed by MUT Design Studio
Graphic and beautiful in its simplicity. X-Stool comprises two identical moulded plywood sheets, joined together by a metal piece to create an incredibly simple design with clean lines. Spanish MUT design has created X-Stool, which has a multifunctional design that means it can be used as a stool or a small side table, giving you extra space in your home.
Designed by Meike Harde
Three pots, three different shapes, but the same diameter at the bottom and top. Meike Harde has designed a series of small flowerpots that can be stacked together to create a totem-like installation with a green plant at the top. The pots feature a modern, graphic shape and are made of terracotta to create a warm and welcoming design. Beautiful with and without flowers.