Assemblyroom showcased a new range and products at designjunction 2013, comprising the Hatton Range, the Hyde Bench and new upholstery for the Hyde Stool. The Hatton Range features a fully upholstered arm chair and a two-seater sofa, constructed using a combination of a timber frame and foam.
In contrast, the frameless Hyde Bench is moulded using memory foam for added comfort and can stack away practically. Both the Hatton Range and the Hyde Bench come in single or paired colours to suit a flexible workplace.
Assemblyroom has also launched a special edition of the Hyde Stool that is now upholstered in a wool fabric, digitally printed with a geometric pattern designed by the print and wool company Bailey Hills. The stools can be stacked four high to save space.
Founders of Assemblyroom Peter and Cathy Wall have created products designed in London and made in Britain for ten years.
More furniture launched during the London Design Festival includes the debut collection of crafted furniture and products by Noble & Wood, plus the third series of wooden furniture by Another Country.
Read on for more information from the designers:
Assemblyroom Furniture. Designed in London. Made in Britain.
Assemblyroom Furniture was established in 2010 by Peter & Cathy Wall to compliment our award winning Commercial Interior Design practise which we have been running since 2003. Informed & inspired by our Commercial Interior Design experience, we create quality pieces which are comfortable, refined and built to last. All of our furniture is manufactured employing the best of British craftsmanship and using the highest quality materials that have been carefully selected for their function, aesthetics and durability. New For Designjunction 2013...
The Hatton Range
The Hatton range comprises of a fully upholstered arm chair and a 2 seater sofa. With its clean lines and its comfortable seat, the Hatton chair has a welcoming form and plenty of personality. Constructed using an FSC timber frame and covered with graded CMHR foam the Hatton Range is suited to reception areas, informal meeting spaces, hotels and bars. The Hatton Range is available in a wide range of colours and has the possibility to be upholstered as either a solid colour or a two tone colour combination to suit any environment.
The Hyde Bench
The Hyde Bench is a fully upholstered stacking bench seat suitable for breakout spaces, reception areas, educational environments and informal meeting areas. Using modern technology and manufacturing techniques the Hyde Bench is a frame-less piece that has been moulded using PU CMHR foam, making it comfortable, light weight and easy to handle. With its ability to stack away, the Hyde Bench is an innovative and practical design that responds to the flexible nature of today's environments. Use it for work, use it for play, use it to meet, in fact use it just about anywhere!
Available in two lengths and a wide range of colours, the Hyde Bench can be upholstered in either a solid or a two tone colour combination providing a playful looking bench for any environment.
The Hyde Stool Upholstered in Bailey Hills Fabric
We are delighted to launch our Special Edition Hyde Stacking Stool, upholstered in a fabulous new digitally printed wool fabric from Bailey Hills. This playful looking stool adds interest and vibrancy to any interior, both when in use and when stacked away as a totem.
The Hyde stool is ideal for informal meeting spaces, break out areas, hotels, bars, museums and schools… in fact anywhere where an informal and fun looking seat is required! The Hyde Stool has been moulded using a PU CMHR foam making it a comfortable, light weight stool that is easy to handle. This coupled with its ability to stack 4 high, makes The Hyde Stool a versatile seat for flexible spaces.
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