Each tapestry displays two corresponding and contrasting hues made from 50 per cent silk and 50 per cent wool, which is handcrafted by local artisans using a well-honed knotting technique.
The natural quality of the materials give the pieces a characteristic lustre that catches light over the course of the day. The pieces come in standard sizes as well as bespoke dimensions.
Created by designer Boris Berlin for Ca'lyah, Tranquebar Seating includes both chairs and stools that feature bold patterned upholstery.
The frames are made from FSC-certified oak and have round seats and backrests that are softened by cushioned velour upholstery by Danish company Kvadrat.
Ca'lyah's Tranquebar stools are sold un-upholstered, however their circular seats have an indentation that allows for added padding in future.
The design lengthens the piece's lifespan by allowing for easy customisation down the line, and its timeless timber frame can change to adapt to future trends and tastes.
The brand's Abhito furniture collection was created by designer Satyendra Pakhalé and comprises a chair, stool, bench and coffee table made from birch wood.
The collection's chair – called Satellite – features a handle cut out from the back of the seat and is designed to encourage an active sitting posture in the user.
Ca'lyah is a Danish design brand that aims to combine Nordic design conventions with aesthetics from different cultures from around the globe.
Founded in 2019, the studio is based in Copenhagen, Denmark and regularly collaborates with external designers.
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