Following on from the award winning STELLAR range, the STELLAR Side Table takes inspiration from the natural attributes of amethyst geodes.
The angular variance in the front surface of the table creates an optical dispersion surface that breaks down the light and the surrounding environment, delivering it to the eye as one sparkling entity.
As the ambience of the tables environment changes throughout the day, so too does its colour and lustre, creating an ever changing focal point to a room.
The Stellar mirror, takes inspiration from the physical attributes of cut diamonds. The mirror’s reflective qualities, whilst crisp and pure at its centre, radiate out with a ring of 750 individually sized and angled mirrored sections, breaking down the light and the surrounding environment, delivering it to the eye as one sparkling entity.
This optical dispersion means that as the ambience of the mirror’s environment changes throughout the day, so too does its colour and lustre, creating an ever changing focal point to a room.
A household with a caged bird has been commonplace from as early as 2,000 BC. Ancient hieroglyphics have shown the Egyptians keeping them as tributes to their gods and the beauty of nature. Romans caged parrots as a form of comedic entertainment.
Whilst in Medieval and Renaissance Europe, birds were usually only kept by royalty or the very wealthy as a sign of good breeding. Tweetie is a light that playfully re-imagines this once familiar and admired household object. Bringing light, song and conversation into an environment.
A multi-tiered low table inspired by the flat roofs and smooth facades of Bauhaus architecture.
The change in size and placement of each tier bring both a physical and visual balance to the table, whilst also offering a range of storage zones to cater for the dimensions of the table’s contents, and the user’s personal preferences.