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Designed by Benjamin Graindorge for Moustache, the Cave table lamp is an intriguing study of natural organic form and the evocative effect of lighting. The Cave Table Lamp takes the shape of a hollow tube with a slender base, made of enamelled ceramic. The wall of the light is moulded into organic forms resembling the inside of a cave. The light source from inside the base of the light creates beautiful effects of shadows and reflections. The Cave Table Lamp is both a functional source of indirect light and a fascinating object of contemplation.
Benjamin Graindorge is a rising French design star known for his poetic vision and fluidity of design. Moustache is a French design brand that brings together like-minded designers such as Francois Azambourg, Big Game and Matali Crasset to create furniture, lighting and interior accessories that are quirky and delightful in equal measures.
Moustache is a French design brand that brings together like-minded designers such as Francois Azambourg, Big Game and Matali Crasset to create furniture, lighting and interior accessories that are quirky and delightful in equal measures.
The Rememberme chair, designed by Tobias Juretzek for Casamania, embodies the current focus on sustainability and recycling. It is made of jeans and cotton t-shirts mixed with a special resin, creating a firm chair which retains the unique colours and textures of the upcycled garments. As a result every chair is unique. The Rememberme chair is a winner of the Good Design Award.
The Rememberme chair works well on its own or in multiples, in public and private spaces, especially as a key design feature of a room. The chair can be customised with jeans and cotton t-shirts provided by the customer: please enquire for further details. The Rememberme chair is part of a collection which also includes a table and a mirror.
Tobias Juretzek is a graduate from the College of Art in Kassel where he focused on furniture design and exhibition architecture.
Casamania is a leading Italian furniture manufacturer with a distinctive brand signature. Its designs are characterised by sleek forms, bold shapes and strong colours, realised by well known designers including Luca Nichetto, Benjamin Hubert and Karim Rashid. Casamania has its roots in manufacturing bookshelves and storage systems but has since extended into all major product categories in multiple materials, from metal to plastic and wood. Renowned for its design creativity and superb quality, Casamania products work well for both public and private spaces, especially for customers who are looking for something out of the ordinary.
The Lake rug designed by Raw Edges for Golran is a brilliantly clever design which creates an optical illusion of different colours and patterns as you move across the rug, just like the changing reflections of light and colours on a lake. This effect is achieved by varying the height of the pile to create a sawtooth profile, with different colours on the two edges. The design of the pattern is based on traditional kilim designs with a contemporary touch. This unique rug has been featured in multiple magazines and is a winner of the Wallpaper* Design Award in 2015.
Available in 3 sizes and in 4 colours: Shades of Blue, Shades of Green, Shades of Grey or Shades of Red.
The Lake rug is a great statement piece for both private and public spaces. The rug is available in other colours and also in custom sizes in addition to the versions shown here; please contact us if you would like more information.
Raw Edges is an exciting design collaboration between Yael Mer and Shay Alkalay, who both graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2006. Since then, they have designed products for a number of high profile furniture brands including Moroso, Cappellini and Established & Sons.
Golran was founded in 1898 in the Persian city of Mashad. Three generations later and now based in Milan, the family-run company is recognised as one of the leading rug businesses in the world with a unique combination of cultural heritage, traditional hand-crafting, technological developments and contemporary design.
Eleanor Bolton is a British jewellery and accessories designer based in London. During her MA at the Royal College of Art Eleanor developed a unique craft technique, coiling and hand stitching cotton rope to create lightweight tactile jewellery. Sculptural in quality, Eleanor’s jewellery comes from her focus on an intuitive and sensitive approach to the micro details of making processes, as well as to the precise scale of the pieces. Since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2010, Eleanor’s designs have received high profile press attention including having her MA graduate collection featured in Vogue Paris. Eleanor’s designs have been showcased in exhibitions at major galleries including the Saatchi Gallery and the V&A in London, the Museum of Arts & Design in New York and Galerie Marzee in the Netherlands.
In 2011 Eleanor’s jewellery designs were selected for ‘Talente’, the annual review of the best new designs in Europe. Eleanor also works to commission with both private and commercial clients. Recent exciting commissions have included designing the window displays for Moussaieff’s Bond Street flagship store as part of British Vogue’s ‘Street Lights’ project, being commissioned by stylist Victoria Young to create jewellery for an advertising campaign and commissions by stylist Jane How for British Vogue. Before studying at the RCA Eleanor completed her BA (Hons) in Jewellery Design at The Cass [London Metropolitan University] and worked for renowned London jewellery designers including Hannah Martin, Laura Tabor and Tatty Devine.