Benjamin Hubert and Søren Rose Studio join forces with De La Espada, debuting their new products at London Design Festival.
6 October, 2011
The collection takes a playful look at functionality, and in utilising a range of tactile materials, ’the hand of the maker’ is highlighted. In Quarry for example, the organic marks of the cutting tool are clearly visible in the hand-turned marble; and in Coracle, the woven automotive leather features hand stitching.
The full range includes a dining table, side table, dining chair, lounge chair and pendent light.
Søren Rose Studio
For its first collaboration with De La Espada, Scandinavian design firm Søren Rose Studio has launched its Park Avenue Collection consisting of 9 products such as a bar table and stool, a floor lamp, a lounge chair and even wood sculpture.
P.A Dining Chair
The pieces are simple, meticulous in detail and explore new material combinations including cork, marble, aluminium, brass, fabric and natural wood.
P.A. Floor Lamp
Designer Søren Rose calls them designs for “real people” and the combination of “the best of the Scandinavian tradition with a New York contemporary feeling”.
P.A. Bar Stool
P.A. Wood Sculpture
In addition to Benjamin Hubert and Søren Rose Studio, De La Espada also presented new products from Autoban, Matthew Hilton, Studioilse, Charlene Mullen and Leif.designpark at the recent London Design Festival.
De La Espada is available in Singapore at Dream.
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