Lambert & Fils Mile Collection
A collaboration between Lambert & Fils and Guillaume Sasseville, Mile offers a variation on the linear suspension, pared down to its simplest, asymmetrical expression, with two lines floating in surprising equilibrium. Direct and indirect light are separated by a 90° pivot, thus marking out space with light. A play on contrasts, Mile is part art installation and part utilitarian light. The use of linear LED technology and the wires clamped into the structure add to the weightless, almost levitating feel of the lamp.
Inclass Lund Collection
Jorge Pensi has designed the collection LUND looking for a universe clear, honest and full of essential elegance.
A collection which consists of elegant armchairs and sofas that are available with two types of arms and two versions of upholstered bodies. The first combines the upholstery with an enveloping wooden frame in natural oak and the second has a fully upholstered seat.
Driade Sunrise Outdoor Collection
Ludovica & Roberto Palomba's Driade Sunrise collection, reminisce of the mid century classic outdoor furniture, is modernised with the clean modern lines accented by the 'rising sun' pattern. The choice of material, aluminium, allows the Sunrise collection to withstand the ill effects of rusting allowing low maintenance on this outdoor pieces.
We make spaces complete with a comprehensive selection of well made furniture and lighting from international and Singapore brands and designers for the contract, hospitality, corporate, institutional and residential sectors. We represent for furniture, & Tradition, Wendelbo, Tacchini, Driade, Pedrali, Inclass, Mater, Expormim and more; our lighting brands include Lambert & Fils, DCW, David Pompa, Rubn, Estiluz and more.
Established in 2010, & Tradition is a Danish design company that marries tradition with innovation. & Tradition’s unique portfolio of furniture and lighting spans designs from the 1930s to the present day and includes interior objects by internationally acclaimed designers, Verner Panton, Arne Jacobsen, Jaime Hayon, Luca Nichetto and Space Copenhagen