JAPANDI COLLIDES WITH THE 1970s
Japandi is a fusion of two major interior styles: Japanese minimalism and Scandinavian. This design is about creating a simplistic, classic, and timeless look with a neutral palette and natural materials. New furniture introductions: Toe, Foku, Trumpet, Tribu, and Ismo are Japandi with a 70s twist, with their rounded edges and flare. The Toe chair first introduced in bouclé, is now available in linen and sheepskin. It is a low and easily moveable chair that looks great alone in a corner or in pairs. Create a circular lounge look in a lobby or conversation area. Foku, a new armless chair made of tubular forms, can be placed side by side to create a sofa or bench area. It is available in sunproof grey fabric and off-white bouclé.
The ISMO table designed by Sami Kallio for Gejst Design, Denmark, is a new architectural table inspired by buildings, a built in shelf allows you to store books and magazines. The rounded edges add a soft look to the front, ideal for a bedside table or living room lounge, available in two finishes in veneer: oak or dark oak. Sami Kallio was born in Finland and raised in Sweden, where he honed his skills in traditional woodworking craftsmanship, he is an award-winning designer with a studio based in in Gothenburg.
Inspired by 70’s design, the Trumpet Tables are designed in a trumpet shape with a soft curves and a circular tabletop. Trumpet is all about clean geometric shapes and embracing the beauty of natural materials. It's polished surface softly reflects the light, adding both warmth and depth to the Trumpet. Constructed of a fibre concrete in coffee finish base with gentle soft flowing curves that supports a calacatta viola marble top, each top being a natural material will be unique. Available in a low and tall version, they can be paired together or used individually. Designed by Kristian Sofus Hansen & Tommy Hyldahl for 101 Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Tribu curved base with vertical lines creates an architectural statement, inspired by old tribal sculptures. Constructed of a fiber concrete base with a soft upholstered cushion on top in a natural linen chalk fabric. Creating a welcoming entry way or conversation area grouping combining the stool and bench. These stools and benches suit a variety of decor styles, from art deco to minimalist. Designed by Kristian Sofus Hansen & Tommy Hyldahl for 101 Copenhagen, Denmark.