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Issue 59 - The Life Outside Issue

Issue 59

The Life Outside Issue

Introducing the Life Outside issue of Habitus magazine. With life increasingly being absorbed into a digital space, there is never a more important moment to hold something tangible. In this context, the power of nature to have a physiological impact on our sense of wellbeing has never been more important. So how can we cultivate the benefits of the our natural environment in the most intimate of places – our homes? This was the question that helped to bring this issue of Habitus to life.

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Splint
 Bench

ProductsHabitusliving Editor

Splint
 Bench


Introducing a new timber bench to complement our range of tables and stools, from Yellow Diva.


Designed by: David Walley

Made by: Yellow Diva

I am: A bench

About Me:
With its graceful lines & attention to detail Yellow Diva Splint System provides contemporary utility furniture, inspired by the traditions of Shaker craftsmanship. The custom designed steel splint brackets are powder coated to order, adding a subtle splash of colour to an elegant, pared‐back silhouette. Made in Australia.

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Materials:
Tops: solid timber, natural oiled finish (American oak or Tasmanian oak) or laminate‐faced birch plywood (white)
Legs: solid timber (American oak or Tasmanian oak)
Brackets: powder coated steel, choose from Dulux powder coat Colour Selector

Dimensions:
1050mm long x 320mm wide x 450mm high


For more information:

Yellow Diva
51 Victoria Crescent
Abbotsford Victoria
3067 Australia
Telephone +61 3 9421 8844
Facsimile + 61 3 9421 8855
[email protected]
yellowdiva.com


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Issue 59 - The Life Outside Issue

Issue 59

The Life Outside Issue

Introducing the Life Outside issue of Habitus magazine. With life increasingly being absorbed into a digital space, there is never a more important moment to hold something tangible. In this context, the power of nature to have a physiological impact on our sense of wellbeing has never been more important. So how can we cultivate the benefits of the our natural environment in the most intimate of places – our homes? This was the question that helped to bring this issue of Habitus to life.

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