Novelties from Fritz Hansen, Gloster,
Lasvit, Lema and Vitra affirm that constant innovation and inspiration lie at
the heart of design
23 June 2020, Singapore ? Salone del Mobile 2020 may have been cancelled due to the
coronavirus and retail has radically shape-shifted in the past few months, but
design brands continue to innovate to transcend limitations. W. Atelier presents
products from its international array of brands ? Fritz Hansen, Gloster,
Lasvit, Lema and Vitra ? that were planned for Salone del Mobile 2020.
Celebrate with Fritz Hansen
Hansen reissues the Vico Duo chair
in celebration of the 100th anniversary of Vico Magistretti?s birth.
Magistretti designed the chair in 1997, sitting among his sketches in Fritz
Hansen?s design department. Vico Duo is simple with tight lines. A loose ?z?
line drawn across paper inspired the chair?s backward armrests ? an usual
element that intentionally balances the design. The armrests and backlegs are
one piece of steel ? another unique aspect of the design.
launches by Fritz Hansen are accessories that brighten up the everyday: elegant
Rugs and Pouf by Cecilie Manz; Happy
Hook and Ikeru Vases by Jaime
Hayon for a touch of playful whimsy; and the multipurpose AJ Trolley by Arne Jacobsen.
more information of Fritz Hansen?s new products, please visit: https://bit.ly/3fwAlu2
Embrace Open Spaces with Gloster
Mistral lounge chair and sofa; Lodge Cabana
aspires to complement nature with new beautifully crafted outdoor furniture in
its signature plantation teak. Mistral
is a perfect balance of subtle and sophisticated details designed to nestle
right into its natural environment rather than control it. A pleasing chorus of
symmetrical curves and a natural, neutral palette of colours form the Mistral lounge
chair and sofa. The new Fern sofa by
Sebastian Herkner is an imposing, yet cosy outdoor sofa with a design language
that harks back to nature.
a harmonious outdoor setting with the Lima
storage chest and serving table, the luxurious Lodge Cabana with stylish striped fabrics and deep outdoor
cushions, and add a warm glow with the Ambient
Pebble which comes in marbled, natural stone bases in Carbon or Fire, holding
up their gently curving aluminium shades.
more information of Gloster?s innovations, please visit: https://bit.ly/30UnzRQ
Follow Lasvit to a Field of Lighting Novelties
presents four new pieces of ready-to-shine glass lightings that will fit into
every corner. It teams up with Japanese studio Nendo once again to breathe life
into a previous collection to present Press
Iced, a delicate piece dressed in an ?iced glass? frosted surface.
The other novelties derive from Czech designers ? Lasvit?s own creative director Maxim Vel?ovský, and two shooting stars Luká? Novák and Cyril Dund?ra. They play with space, fire and illusions to present Spacey, which encapsulate the beauty of the universe into a sphere; Volcano, inspired by the volcanic lands of Northern Bohemia; and Globe Metro, an iridescent visual puzzle formed by convex and concave shapes. The Crystal Rock Table Lamp is the latest addition to the Crystal Rock collection.
more information of Lasvit?s Lighting Novelties 2020, please visit:
The Art of Dialogue with Lema
Gullwing table system by Gabriele and Oscar
The slogan ?The art of dialogue? remains at
the heart of the concept behind Lema?s new releases. The new projects may
differ in styles but they share a unified design vision which once again
reveals the brand?s innate ability to bring together multiple characters within
a single collection. Gabriele and Oscar Buratti present the sculptural Gullwing table system, Florens sideboard and Ortis sidetables, in their first
collaboration with Lema.
also debuts the Sesto table, a
strong contemporary design characterised by the lightness of the rectangular
top supported by a double trestle base; Lucylle,
a new family of seating; and the Bulè table, which is designed with the social and cultural elements of the
oriental market in mind.
For more information of Lema?s new projects, please visit: https://bit.ly/2Yjanod
Vitra?s Home Collection Autumn 2020
Although Salone del Mobile was cancelled this
year, Vitra has decided to install the
four interiors in the SANAA hall on the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein. To
present its Autumn 2020 new products and updates, Vitra is proposing four
distinct environments by four different interior designers or design
collectives. Created with a set of imaginary characters in mind, their unique
home environments feature products by Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby, Ronan
& Erwan Bouroullec, Antonio Citterio, Konstantin Grcic, Jasper Morrison and
Jean Prouvé, as well as special editions of iconic Vitra designs.
Boi by Jean Prouvé; Moca by Jasper Morrison
New products include Chaise Tout Boi by Jean Prouvé; Moca by Jasper Morrison, Citizen
Grcic; and Vases Découpage by Ronan
& Erwan Bouroullec.
For more information of Vitra?s Autumn 2020
collection, please visit: https://bit.ly/3fAoknp