Home and Lighting Collections by Addition Studio

August 31, 2017

The Geometry of Wellness

Home and Lighting Collections by Addition Studio

Good living comes from wellness, great design and a life of purity and refinement.  The is the guiding principle behind Addition Studio, a wellness-focused brand from Australia, where all its products are made.

A sense of earthy goodness prevails in the brand's collection of wellness products including incense burners, body scrubs and even a marble dumbbell.  A similar spirit of clarity pervades the furniture and lighting products, with their bold geometric shapes and use of sleek materials.  Our favourite products include the super sculptural Zig Zag table, which comes with solid wood prisms to create a flat surface from a brass zig zag base; the monolithic Sundial table with its offset legs as well as the Stratosphere and Friendly lamps, both meditations on cylindrical forms.  A beautiful and stylish design collection fit for body an mind.

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Go for sculptural forms to create a sense of order and calm.  Try the Longlegs shelf from Frederik Roije, the Mini Clay table from Desalto and the Dao chair from Coedition
Longlegs Three Tables  Mini Clay Table - H 55 cm   Mini Clay Table - H 55 cm

 

We love the bold, geometric shapes of the Dancing pendant light from Menu, the Escape suspension light from LZF and the Kizu table lamp from New Works

Dancing Pendant Light   Escape Suspension Light - Large   Kizu Table Lamp

 

For accessories in sculptural shapes try the Joe & Ema vase from Ghidini 1961, the Ooga Booga coat hanger from Moustache and the Sula carafe from Incipit.

Joe & Ema Vase  Ooga Booga Ceramic Coat Hanger   Sula Carafe






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