The collection includes the Flyover Table, made of two folded sheets of steel that slot into upright fins, the Hawk table and chairs in oak and an upholstered armchair called Felix.
The cantilevered Spar lamp completes Resident's first collection and was inspired by the rigging on sailing ships.
Designjunction will take place at Victoria House Basement, 37 – 63 Southampton Row, London WC1B 4DA from 22 to 25 September and Dezeen Watch Store will be there - more details in our earlier story.
Here are some more details from Resident:
Established in 2011, Resident is a contemporary design and manufacturing company based in New Zealand. Specializing in Furniture and Lighting, Resident draws from the eclectic inspirations of selected designers to produce a clean, crafted, functional and thought provoking collection. Bringing a fresh point of difference to the European design scene, Residents’ products add value to the spaces where people live, work and play. Our company is committed to research and innovation with the goal of finding new materials and techniques and applying these to producing iconic products of real originality, that will last forever. The majority of our products flatpack for safe and easy shipping, and are distributed to the world from a UK hub.
The Resident brand will be launched exclusively and for the first time at this years London Design Festivals’ designjunction event. The spectacular Victoria House basement will be the venue for this showing of the brands maiden collection. A total of 8 products in 15 variations will be on display.
These products originate from three designers, Simon James, Jamie McLellan and Jason Whiteley.
Resident will provide a fresh, bold and original point of difference that will pave the way for a future of creativity, commitment and design excellence.
The company will serve the world from a London distribution hub and all products will be in stock and available to purchase immediately following the exhibition.
Designjunction. 22-25 September, Victoria House Basement,
37-63 Southampton Row, WC1B 4DA
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