Neck Of The Woods by Mr. Bigglesworthy, a vintage collection responding to the late summer season and incorporating contemporary saturated colour accents. Dan and Emma Eagle have curated pieces which combine sculptural lines with organic forms.
The collection features highly collectable pieces from noted designers along with rare and unique work from those who are less well known, such as Percival Lafer, a 1950’s Brazilian designer. The selection of pieces also includes celebrated architect and designer Arne Jacobsen’s Series 7 and Swan Chairs in leather.
The Neck of the Wood’s collection, was photographed at a 1950s home in Manurewa by founding members of the pioneering Group Architects, Bill Wilson and Ivan Juriss. The architectural response to modernist ideals pushed the New Zealand home to adopt a unique style, which is beautifully demonstrated through the works. The determined, young and experimental architects pursued a fresh perspective and innovative style.
Mr. Bigglesworthy, Neck Of The Woods / Mr. Bigglesworthy Gallery, 15 Williamson Ave, Ponsonby.
Armadillo Rugs Latitude Collection Atlas Limestone from The Ivy House.
Danish brand partner Fritz Hansen, announcing the relaunch of Pot — a lounge chair designed in 1959 by Arne Jacobsen for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, cultdesign.com.au
Essi Aalto/Pooro, WDH 1060 x 1000 x 740mm / nirvana2018.com/piiri