Ferm Living unveils collection of minimal furniture and homeware
Northmodern 2016: glass-fronted cabinets and pick-and-mix lighting systems feature in Danish brand Ferm Living's Autumn Winter 2016 collection (slideshow).
Named Subtle Dwelling, the minimal collection of furniture and homeware was presented at this month's Northmodern event in Copenhagen.
New pieces for Autumn Winter 2016 are the Collect lighting series, Mingle tables, Herman lounge chairs and stools, Haze vitrine and the Ripple glass and carafe.
"Channelling an artisan approach, the collection focuses on simple shapes brought to life with textural surfaces, contrasting finishes and a colour palette that juxtaposes vibrant and contrasting hues with layers of tonal shades and monochrome colourways," said Ferm Living.
Collect is an interchangeable lighting system that allows users to create customised lamps for different rooms in the house. A range of colourful lampshades can be paired with different pendants and decorative brass rings to create distinctive compositions.
The slim Mingle tabletop is lined with either a layer of linoleum or oak veneer, and comes with corresponding trestles available in six colours.
A lounge version of the brand's Herman chair also features in the new collection, as well as a series of stackable stools.
Similar to the original chair, the lounge version features the same low-level design with an oval-shaped seat and gently curving backrest.
A freestanding cabinet named Haze is crafted from sleek, powder-coated metal and textural armoured glass, while a set of glasses and a carafe have been mouth-blown to create a soft, rippled-looking surface.
The second 2016 edition of Northmodern took place in Copenhagen from 18 to 20 August. Projects presented at the January show included a series of geometric mirrored mobiles and a collection of lamps featuring bendy LED lights arranged in loops.