We're excited to introduce our new collection of furniture, Bellini.
Named after the classic cocktail, Bellini is a nod to languid summer days, Mediterranean hospitality and beachside awnings.
We’re incredibly honoured to be part of New Volumes Collection 02 — a project steeped in history, place and tradition.
The collection features the work of seven Australian designers – Adam Goodrum, Lucy Simpson, Thomas Coward, Megan Mortan, Chris Connell, Hattie Malloy and Kate Stokes. All of the pieces are made by hand with terracotta in Ferrone, Italy.
Our contribution ‘Pinch’ is a simple, elongated wall light, offered in two lengths. Its shield-like form is characterised by a central sharp line or ‘pinch’ that allows light to fall differently on each side of the terracotta, accentuating the natural beauty of the material.
Linear is a series of timber and linen floor lamps and wall lights developed for Melbourne Design Week 2023.
Working with Melbourne's last remaining pleating factory, we developed a series of limited edition light sculptures to celebrate the beauty and potential of pleating in contemporary design.
Named after its distinctive scale and slimline silhouette, Broad is a classic yet contemporary pendant that creates intimacy in even the largest of spaces. Offering a softly diffused light with an ambient, even glow, Broad was designed to be placed above the centre of a table – from dining to meeting.
Designed by Coco Flip for Australian brand Nau.
Balancing the timeless and the contemporary, Sequence Dining Tables fit a variety of uses from frolicking dinner parties to important work meetings. Their chunky, cylindrical legs curve gently at the base and are paired with a slender, streamlined steel top.
Proudly made in Melbourne using mild steel, Sequence Dining Tables can be powder-coated in a range of colours with a highly durable textured finish.
Glowing with a welcoming allure and foreign beauty, the Mayu collection is an exploration of sculptural forms inspired by the beauty of Iceland’s otherworldly landscapes. Distinctive and delicate, each piece is hand crafted using traditional shade making techniques.
An internal, glowing shade layered within an external sculptural shade gives these lights a unique sophistication and ghostly appearance, providing a warm glow from cosy lounge rooms to lofty stairwells.