Neri & Hu’s recent Utility Collection for Stellar Works imparts refinement and timelessness into the modern industrial aesthetic.
1 July, 2016
Stellar Works was founded with an aim to marry ideals of east and west, old and new, as well as craft and commerce. With a purpose-built factory located in Shanghai, the young company, which was established in 2013, has defined an uncompromising craft approach. Over the years, its high quality furniture has been quickly adapted into commercial and residential projects worldwide.
An extensive line of furniture has been introduced under the creative direction of Neri & Hu. One of the latest, the Utility collection was recently released at Milan Design Week 2016. Expressing nuances of industrial aesthetics, the Utility range merges the modern and the heritage with a restrained palette of high-end materials, including solid wood, steel and leather. The collection offers a utilitarian take on the trendy industrial aesthetic, combining comfort with practicality and durability.
The family of chairs, stools, sofas, tables and mirrors is highly versatile, sporting multiple variations. The collection can easily be mixed and matched to convey a holistic aesthetic of old- and new- world charm, or individually used to complement other objects and environments.
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