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Habitus Loves… A Statement Armchair

Form and function meet fashion; these armchairs are super comfortable and will steal the spotlight as the perfect conversation piece.

The Braid Sofa from Apato

The repetitive sticks of the back and the paper cord braided arms of the Braid sofa are inspired by patterns found in classic bamboo constructions and tatami mats. The deep and low sofas are created for a lounge environment and the beautiful rear structure ensure that they are perfect even when placed in the middle of a space.

Apato

 

The Confetti Armchair from DesignByThem

Made in Australia, the upholstered Confetti collection captures the vibrant multi-coloured nature of 100% recycled plastic and translates it into bold and visually distinctive forms. Confetti Armchair is available with an optional swivel base.

DesignByThem 

 

The Finley Sofa from JD Lee Furniture

The Finley Sofa’s strong and grounded design lend to its soft and laid back appeal whilst maintaining the design savvies attention. The winning combination of deep colour and figure found In the American Walnut timber matched with the natural fabrics make the Finley Sofa feel like home wherever it is.

JD Lee Furniture

 

Pieces from the Icons Collection by Sika Design from Domo

Sika Design looked to the past to some of Denmarks most skilled and important architects and designers when establishing their ICONS Collection. The designers were all significant to Danish design history with their experimenting and ground-breaking designs. Each in their own way, they performed magic with the sturdy, genius qualities of the beautiful natural material of rattan and wicker.

Domo

 

The Trace Armchair by Adam Goodrum from Tait

The Trace Armchair is a generous lounge chair showcasing Trace’s brave design detail, generous forms and sumptuous upholstery. With a striking tubular frame manufactured with exterior grade aluminium, the Trace Armchair is supported by robust legs that can be selected in either sustainable Accoya or Cambia timber or textured powder-coated aluminium.

Tait

 

The Ruche Armchair by Inga Sempé from Domo

Inga Sempé completed the Ruché range including an armchair with asymmetrical arms. A stylistic effect, certainly, but it is more than that. The high armrest with its elastic-webbed suspension, enables one to lean back comfortably and then hook one’s legs over the low armrest.

Domo

 

Chair C from the House Chair Series by Liam Mugavin

Japanese-based Australian designer Liam Mugavin recently exhibited this series of seating, Unconfined For Convention, for Criteria Collection. Exploring cultural and design narratives referencing home, domesticity and traditional Japanese aesthetics, the collection uses reclaimed Australian wood and traditional Japanese woodworking techniques. The result is a humble range showcasing the dark patina of the timber within refined silhouettes.

Liam Mugavin

The Athena Chair from BoConcept

A private escape. Striking beauty, hugging shapes and a seating comfort out of this world – that is the essence of the Athena recliner chair. Inviting you in with its soft flowing lines and feminine appearance, this modern recliner chair is dressed to impress.

BoConcept

Camper Armchair by Jardan

Camper is completely balanced and rounded, oozing with comfort and style. Available with or without arms and made to order, Camper brings a fresh new look into any interior with an upholstered hardwood frame, high resilience foam seat, and a powder-coated steel base.

Jardan

 

The Roly Poly by Faye Toogood for Driade from Hub Furniture

The distinctive, reassuringly chunky lines of Faye Toogood’s Roly-Poly furniture collection become even more inviting in her new collaboration with Driade. The latest line for the Italian design house takes the rounded, welcoming shapes of her limited-edition Assemblage No 4 range.

Hub Furniture

 

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