Designed by Sebastian Herkner
Named after the traditional Japanese pottery technique, Raku is a compact lamp with considerable presence. Drawing inspiration from the age-old art form, the lamp features a hand-sculpted ceramic base with a crackle glaze that varies slightly in each piece, serving as a reminder to enjoy the imperfections.
Named after the inventor Margarete Steiff from Germany who invented the Teddy bear. The designer wanted to design a cozy armchair and character by playing with softness and proportions. This armchair is a cozy hub. The refine metal base highlights a soft upholstery with its smooth shapes and an iconic and unique upholstered back leg […]
The sofa is architectural and simple driven by a modular idea for individualists. The geometric structure is a platform for the soft cushions, tabletops and trays. A fine selection of materials of both fabric and leather as well as the focus on precise details make this collection sophisticated and established at the same time.
Different geometric shapes and various combinations of materials, create infinite uses and setting possibilities. A simple concept from which arises a complete collection of tables and accessories for the most varied environments and situations.
Split expresses an elegant, immediately recognisable character, aside from its size, form and colour that lend coherence to the most diverse solutions and compositions in any given space. This is the concept behind the Split collection, a complete system of tables for both the home and contract interior, available in four different forms: coffee table, […]
Inspiration does not follow regular routes. Only with hindsight does inspiration seem indeed logical. One thing is true, though: inspiration is a source of inspiration.” With these words – at the same time playful and profound – designers Marten Claesson, Eero Koivisto and Ola Rune sum up the coming into being of the Kelly project […]