We bring you the interior products that have caught our eye this week
Stellar Works is set to launch a series of collections throughout the year by new and existing collaborators. First up is the Stack chair by Neri&Hu. A lightweight, multipurpose chair with tubular steel frame and a strong, graphic character. And, from Danish designers OEO Studio, Seiton (shown) is a modular storage system that can be adapted to form high and low shelving or configured as a freestanding room divider. Seiton is available in walnut or oak with powder coated steel frame and burnished brass elements.
Italian brand Rubelli has launched the Tela armchair (shown). The rounded joints of the solid hardwood frame are covered in leather to highlight the craftsmanship of the piece, while the fabric seat appears to be suspended from the frame. The chair is one of the first pieces to be launched under new creative head Matteo Nunziati. Rubelli’s furniture division was launched in 2015.
Eco-conscious preserved flowers and foliage from Dowsing & Reynolds are 100% natural. Each organically grown plant is picked and preserved while in season. They are then treated with a fully biodegradable substance so that they retain their natural flexibility and ‘freshness’. The latest collection includes gypsophila (shown), eucalyptus and pink heather. On curating the range, co-owner Ally Dowsing-Reynolds said, “Preserved flowers and stems have character that you just don’t get with dried alternatives, so we’re really excited to be able to add these beautiful plants to our collection.”