The strong timber types of Sarah Ellison’s new capsule vary are a distinction to the squishy, sensual silhouettes of her breakout SOL assortment. Regardless of the distinction in design, La Banda oozes the identical wanted trend-of-the-moment that Sarah is so good at capturing.
Comprising a side-table, console and standing display product of ash and walnut timber, every bit is completed in a particular striped motif.
‘I knew that the stripes impact would create numerous noise as soon as positioned in an area, so I made a decision to design secondary furnishings items comparable to side-tables and consoles,’ Sarah explains. ‘This could imply they had been a dynamic and sculptural accent, relatively than the central focus of an area.’ Moreover, laborious edges and corners are rounded off and curved throughout the gathering, softening the sturdy geometry of those eye-catching items.
‘La banda‘ interprets to ‘the stripe’ in Italian, however right here it additionally refers back to the specialist woodworking methodology used to make the distinctive sample that wraps each piece within the assortment. Banding is a standard timber ending method that sees strips of 5mm timber veneer utilized to the completed furnishings type and glued in place to make the hanging parallel stripes. Sarah and her crew within the workshop examined completely different tones to work out the very best distinction scheme earlier than selecting gentle caramel and toffee shades of timber.
To spherical out the Italian inspiration, how good is the Tuscan wheatfield-inspired marketing campaign shoot, styled by Joseph Gardner? We love!
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