Ligne Roset’s Bonnie armchair is a reissue of a Pierre Paulin original from 1975, and it has rounded lines that hug and support the human body to provide exceptional comfort. The Unbeaumatin dining chairs also have a rounded shape. With a moulded mesh back the chairs work beautifully around the Odessa dining table, which has an oval-shaped tabletop with a white marbled effect.
Kateryna Sokolova’s Oxydation tables are inspired by contemporary architecture, sculpture and oxidised materials. Combining metal and Tuscan stone, Kateryna creates strong architectural forms with materials that develop textured patina over time.
Meaning “path of the sun” in Swedish, the Solveig floor lamp is aptly named due to tis glossy white reflector shade that can be angled to modulate the direction and intensity of light. The Cinetique lamp also enables multiple light-source positions and orientations and can be used as a reading lamp or floor lamp, providing ambient indirect lighting and directional task lighting.
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HC28’s M sofa balances modernity, simplicity and elegance with a dynamic, streamlined form. The quirky and contemporary Bold armchair and console have unique cylindrical, sculptural forms, while the Oasis collection of side and coffee tables is elegant and eye-catching with a smooth, graceful shape.
HC28 Cosmopolitan is a new contemporary collection with original, distinctive and luxurious design. The Gio armchair is composed of diagonal lines and angular forms, and reinterprets luxury in a fresh, minimalist and modern style.
DOMO is the new exclusive Australian retailer of Wittmann, whose handcrafted furniture has a modern character, easy confidence and timeless. In 2016, Wittmann and Jaime Hayón partnered on a new collection, Wittmann Hayón Workshop, and many pieces will be on display at DENFAIR. Vuelta Armchair, Grain Cut Side Table and Wings Bed combine Hayón’s signature curves and playful geometries with Wittmann’s expert craftsmanship to create modern, character-filled designs.
DENFAIR 2019 is hosted at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from Thursday 20 June to Saturday 22 June. It is open to the public on Saturday from 10am to 5pm, and we would love to see you there.