Explore the Spring 2014 collection from London furniture brand Heal's using our new interactive slideshow feature, including storage that leans against the wall and stacking pendant lamps.
Heal's collection this season includes the Brunel range by London designer Rob Scarlett, who has created a series of industrial-style furniture for small urban apartments.
"My Brunel collection for Heal's is targeted largely at design-savvy city dwellers who are short on space and accessibility but big on style," said Scarlett.
He referenced pieces in Heal's archive by designers Robin Day and Clive Latimer - exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York back in 1948 - to create shelving, tables, seating and a mirror with steel supports and oak surfaces.
Benches and side tables have optional shelves beneath their tops for extra storage space, plus cushions can be strapped on to the seats.
Additional cubby holes are also tucked behind the Brunel mirror, which includes a hook at the top for hanging garments out of the way.
"I felt the best way to address constraints was to design furniture that uses space intelligently and efficiently, offering dual purposes or hidden storage details," Scarlett said.
Also featured in Heal's latest range are items such as the Cranbourne dining table and benches in English ash, which can be made-to-order to specific measurements so they fit different sized rooms.
Lighting and accessories among the range are the Element Vessel vases by Vitamin made from mix-and-match rings of different materials and the Apollo layered modular aluminium lamps by International.
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