Striking and modern, the FREQUENCY vase is a bold and dramatic addition to any living space, indoors or out. Inspired by the power of the ocean, designer Kelly Wearstler transformed hard shiny stainless steel into an undulating form that evokes both fluidity and lightness. The result is a powerful piece that displays flowers beautifully but also works as a sculptural form when empty. Creatively combining the drama of the Californian coast with the lightness and modernity of Scandinavia, American designer Kelly Wearstler’s FREQUENCY collection is a strong new collaboration with Georg Jensen. Pushing craftsmanship to its limits, the fluid wave-like shapes add an unexpected dimension to vases, hurricane lanterns and bowls. The FREQUENCY vase is expertly crafted from stainless steel and then given a mirror-like polished surface that reflects the light beautifully.
H: 8.66 inches. Ø: 6.3 inches.
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Matthew Hilton excels in upholstery design, his freehand approach and depth of understanding of the materials in play allow him to create refined sculptural pieces that have real strength of character. This piece has a very modern attitude, but was inspired by the many examples of open armed armchair designs from the Victorian and Edwardian period. Hilton has utilised the traditional techniques available at the SCP specialist upholstery factory to create a design that has subtle curves and a striking silhouette.
Made using sustainable materials at SCP’s specialist upholstery factory in Norfolk, England. The frame is made from hardwood ply and beech, with ash legs and arm support. The chair is upholstered using a combination of rubberised coconut hair, wool felt, needled wool and recycled foam. The back is webbed, sprung and elasticated, upholstered with rubberised coconut hair, wool felt and needled wool. SCP's upholstery is of excellent built quality, made for longevity.
W 82 D 95 H 88 cm
Seat height 45 cm
The Vivianna Bangle is an icon, seamlessly blurring the line between horology and jewellery.
Numberless, strapless, mirrored, its complete lack of distracting adornments is a singular departure from the expected. It was ever the designer’s intention to create a watch that ‘liberates the wearer from the convention of time’.
Vivianna’s flawless minimalism is at once sensual and tactile. With no apparent beginning or ending, it exemplifies Vivianna Torun’s ability to mould flexible, sculptural forms from seemingly solid materials. This aesthetic is further enhanced by the open-ended design to give the impression that the Bangle floats above the wrist, the ultimate symbol of elegance, femininity and eternity.
“Back then, watches were only chronometers – measures of time. I wanted to free people from the slavery of time. A watch should not make us prisoners of time, but liberate us.” - Designer Vivianna Torun Bülow-Hübe.
A stunning example of Scandinavian minimalism, this automatic mechanical watch pares back all unnecessary details to let pure quality and style shine through. Masculine and understated, the plain white face is clear and the tan leather strap a sophisticated detail that improves with age. It is a watch that will suit any man with a true sense of classic style.
Undoubtedly one of Georg Jensen’s most prolific collaborators, Henning Koppel was a pioneer in the world of design. His work explored the balance between form and function and his influence is seen in a whole new generation of designers as they reinterpret the master’s rigorous aesthetic.
The 41mm stainless steel case houses a Swiss made automatic mechanism. The watch strap is tan calfskin