Winter Light IV

This glamourous look from our current Winter Light campaign features the Norwegian Falcon Chair by Sigurd Ressell, French Brass Palm Lamp by Maison Jansen and The Barcelona Couch by German architect Mies van der Rohe produced by Knoll in the USA. It's pretty glam isn't it! I wouldn't mind luxuriating here when it's cold outside.
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This glamourous look from our current Winter Light campaign features the Norwegian Falcon Chair by Sigurd Ressell, French Brass Palm Lamp by Maison Jansen and The Barcelona Couch by German architect Mies van der Rohe produced by Knoll in the USA. It's pretty glam isn't it! I wouldn't mind luxuriating here when it's cold outside.

This glamourous look from our current Winter Light campaign features the Norwegian Falcon Chair by Sigurd Ressell, French Brass Palm Lamp by Maison Jansen and The Barcelona Couch by German architect Mies van der Rohe produced by Knoll in the USA. It's pretty glam isn't it! I wouldn't mind luxuriating here when it's cold outside.

The Low Back Falcon Chair is an iconic Norweigian design piece. Originally designed in 1971 by Sigurd Resell and manufactured by Vatne Mobler Norway. With a light appearance, hammock style seat, vintage leather cushioning and solid wood frame, this impressive piece is as beautiful as it is comfortable and supportive. This falcon chair has a button free style cushion in a luxurious tan leather.

The Low Back Falcon Chair is an iconic Norweigian design piece. Originally designed in 1971 by Sigurd Resell and manufactured by Vatne Mobler Norway. With a light appearance, hammock style seat, vintage leather cushioning and solid wood frame, this impressive piece is as beautiful as it is comfortable and supportive. This falcon chair has a button free style cushion in a luxurious tan leather.

The Maison Jansen Palm Lamp, designed in the 1970’s, was produced in many iterations and it’s blingy brass with dramatic and opulent form oozes 1970’s hollywood glamour. A highly collectable piece. Rewired to Australian standards.

The Maison Jansen Palm Lamp, designed in the 1970’s, was produced in many iterations and it’s blingy brass with dramatic and opulent form oozes 1970’s hollywood glamour. A highly collectable piece. Rewired to Australian standards.

The pieces in this collection are all one-off unique pieces. They are all 100% handmade using hand-spun sheep wool, coloured with natural dyes from plants, flowers, smoke, beetles and an array of other natural substances found in the Argentinian dry forest.

The pieces in this collection are all one-off unique pieces. They are all 100% handmade using hand-spun sheep wool, coloured with natural dyes from plants, flowers, smoke, beetles and an array of other natural substances found in the Argentinian dry forest.

Glamourous 1970's modernist French side table constructed from a Lucite frame, brass joinery and glass shelving and table top. Absolutely stunning with a pair available. Each sold separately. Glass and Lucite is crystal clear even though it looks dark in pics!

Glamourous 1970's modernist French side table constructed from a Lucite frame, brass joinery and glass shelving and table top. Absolutely stunning with a pair available. Each sold separately. Glass and Lucite is crystal clear even though it looks dark in pics!

A rare piece with character. This is a Mathieu Mategot inspired drinks trolley produced by Pilastro, Holland in the 1950s. Made from tubular and perforated metal with decorative lacing. Very cool.

A rare piece with character. This is a Mathieu Mategot inspired drinks trolley produced by Pilastro, Holland in the 1950s. Made from tubular and perforated metal with decorative lacing. Very cool.

The pieces in this collection are all one-off unique pieces. They are all 100% handmade using hand-spun sheep wool, coloured with natural dyes from plants, flowers, smoke, beetles and an array of other natural substances found in the Argentinian dry forest.

The pieces in this collection are all one-off unique pieces. They are all 100% handmade using hand-spun sheep wool, coloured with natural dyes from plants, flowers, smoke, beetles and an array of other natural substances found in the Argentinian dry forest.

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