Chemical Reaction

Furniture, lighting, textiles and wallcoverings that call to mind molecular models, radio waves, labware and a general air of experimentation: this is where science and design get put into the melting pot.

‘Grand Eaton’ chair, (50028), Donghia at Rubelli/ Donghia, upholstered in ‘Lisbon’ fabric (TC097863), Armani/Casa at Rubelli/ Donghia. White vases (PLFBRO1) and (PLFBRO2), Poliform. ‘Isola’ shelving system, Gallotti&Radice. Finials (F285), McKinney & Co. ‘Ribbon’ coffee table, J. Robert Scott. ‘Rodriguez’ pendant light, Wired Custom Lighting. ‘York’ pendant (DP8164_AN_BR), Davey Lighting at Original BTC. ‘Je Suis’ table lamp (1502-03-M1-E-X), Penta at Interdesign UK. Paint:  Left hand wall, ‘Graphite’ (48); back wall and right hand wall, ‘Mercury Lt’ (126), both Sanderson. Fabric on left hand frame: ‘Velours Medley’ (10678.03), Nobilis. Fabric in back of small vitrine: ‘Kaleido’ (9041/01), Romo. Fabric on hanging frame: ‘Elispe’ (M493/01), Romo. Fabric on right hand frame: ‘Solitarie’ (31613/05) James Hare at Marvic Textiles

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