The versatility of Stylecraft's local and international ranges spanning the residential, workplace and education sectors was revealed at Saturday Indesign. These new collections are suited to the way we live, work and learn.
The Nebulae lighting collection by Ross Gardam takes its name from the natural phenomena of interstellar clouds and their dynamic layered lighting effect. Available in various configurations and a choice of fluted, textured black or white pearl glass, the Nebulae pendant is a statement piece for any home.
For seating, the new Julep collection designed by Jonas Wagell for Tacchini features a striking, enveloping form. The range includes a Lounge, Chaise, Armchair and Ottoman. Also by Tacchini, the Kelly Chair designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune is defined by its soft, rounded back and is an ideal dining chair. For kitchen bar seating, the Sedis Barstool designed by Melbourne-based Anne-Claire Petre of anaca studio offers sculptural curves with strong, minimalist lines informed by Art Deco architecture. Sedis is also available as a Chair, suited to the home office or dining room. The Aia chair by Akaba and the Bik Chair designed by Numen/ForUse for Prostoria provide alternative timber dining seat option, with optional upholstery for the Aia chair.
Workplace design continues to evolve by embracing elements from residential design. The Ivy Soft armchair by ESO provides a comfortable seating option for lobbies, entryways and social areas in the office. The Nave Tall Lounge by Skeehan Studio provides a private place to meet or reflect, while the recently launched Stix Workstation by ThinkingWorks offers a fixed height or height adjustable workstation in various configurations.
The modern education institution requires versatile seating options and accessories for adaptability. The Stacy Chair designed by Lievore Altherr for Arper is trolley stackable up to 40 units, rendering it ideal for auditoriums, schools and public spaces. The Xoko Chair on castors by Akaba is available with an optional tablet arm, while the Cila Go collection by Arper incorporates storage and allows for mobility. The Adapt collection is completed by the addition of ottomans and a pivot table, suited to schools or workplaces.