Three years old and with three new collections launched at this year's Milan Furniture Fair, Italian brand Discipline has distinguished itself through a combination of artisanal refinement, considered materiality and contemporary designs.
“From the core belief that humans benefit from daily interaction with natural materials, comes Touchwood. A versatile and welcoming all-wooden stacking chair that adds a touch of nature into everyday life.
“The chair arises from the pursuit of creating the ultimate affordable wooden stacking chair, with a harmonious and earthy colour palette of dyed ash wood.By strategically stripping the chair of any unnecessary components, each remaining part has been given exactly as much love and attention as deserved. Subtle yet distinct, the chair adds value, beauty and comfort to its surroundings.”
-Lars Beller Fjetland
“In times of uncertainty, Discipline brings as always, freshness …. and this time does it with Sila collection, a family of chairs that perfectly interprets the identity of the brand: simplicity as the centerpiece of the project. Wood, leather, natural fabrics and metal transmit pleasant sensations, gestures, proportions and clarity of construction.
“The collection consists of chairs, stools and tables. The version of the chair with three legs is a product with a strong iconic power, suitable especially for small spaces with tables of small surface: its formal synthesis makes it lovable and highly recognizable. The table with central base is provided with a top whose special shape suggests both the single use and pulled alongside with other tables. Sila is a collection that brings a freshness and natural optimist in all environments in which it is inserted, by offering also an extremely wide range of finishes.”
– Alberto Lievore
“Its name, Maya, evokes the ancient Guatemalan civilisation and its technical and executive skills through its austere beauty. It combines two of the most natural elements Earth offers: stone and wood, adding a further interpretation of sustainable contemporary requirements, such as the frame, separated from the top, that easily disassembles and assembles to travel with a flat-pack.”
Lars Beller Fjetland
Discipline is available in Australia and Singapore from Stylecraft