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VOLUME ONE

HEMERA TABLE LAMP

c/o ROSS GARDAM

Just like the brutalist architecture from 60 years ago that it references, the Hemera desk lamp is powerful in its simplicity of form. Two solid circular volumes intersect with no overtly visible light source, creating a striking desktop monolith and a lighting device of refined functionality.

MATERIAL

Elba Stone

HURLYSI TABLE

c/o THOMAS COWARD

A solid piece of Elba is carved to create a cantilevered resting surface for objects. This is stone at its purest: simple, distinctive and statuesque. Cut to heights of 500mm or 720mm, each side table is available individually or as a complementary pair.

MATERIALS

Elba Stone

 

WYIRIE TABLE

c/o NICK RENNIE

The grandest statement of Collection 01. Three precise slabs of Elba unite to form a dining table without comparison. A slender rectangular table top rests upon two beautifully angular bases. Inherently durable and with a powerful presence, it seats six to eight diners. Custom sizes can be made to order. 

MATERIALS

Elba Stone

 

MONI

TABLE + FLOOR LAMP 

AVAILABLE FINISHES

Brass

Mid Bronze

Satin Nickel

Black Electroplate

White Powder Coat

Graphite Powder Coat

 

SHADE COLOURS

Clear White

SPOMENIK I + II

c/o MARSHA GOLEMAC

A pair of complementary forms, Spomenik Ⅰ and Spomenik Ⅱ are characterised by their graduated volumes, realised through the careful refinement of a single slab of raw stone.  Inspired by modernist monuments built in honour of the historic troubles of the Balkan Peninsula, Golemac draws on a socialist utopian ideology to marry form and function. As a bowl, vase or objet d’art, each piece references remnants of the past whilst speaking assuredly of the future.   

MATERIALS

Elba Stone

 

SEMPER PLANTER + VASE

c/o DALE HARDIMAN

Comprised of pedestal and planter, these cylindrical forms are designed with minimal design language to allow the solid Elba stone to be the focus. The full structure of the stone’s grain is visible from all angles — you can see it running an entire 360-degree revolution. Resting on top of the pedestal, the planter removes any visual impairment between the stone and its plant inhabitant. 

MATERIALS

Elba Stone

 

BACCHUS

c/o TOM SKEEHAN

While built from simple forms, Bacchus is a table that’s intended to spark curiosity. Comprising three legs, minimal oval top and hollowed bowl cavity, each form unites to create a centrepiece encouraging you to style it in a way that fits your function and curiosity. Exaggerated proportions and the weight of each element grounds the table, giving it a permanent place in its environment.

MATERIALS

Elba Stone

 

BACCHUS

c/o TOM SKEEHAN

While built from simple forms, Bacchus is a table that’s intended to spark curiosity. Comprising three legs, minimal oval top and hollowed bowl cavity, each form unites to create a centrepiece encouraging you to style it in a way that fits your function and curiosity. Exaggerated proportions and the weight of each element grounds the table, giving it a permanent place in its environment.

MATERIALS

Elba Stone

 

ARTEMIS

c/o EMMA ELIZABETH

A minimal expression referencing the traditional way in which solid stone is quarried, the Artemis series of offset candle holders cast non-regular rays of delicate light — aiding ambience at any experiential moment. 

MATERIALS

Elba Stone

 

LYDN

c/o THOMAS COWARD

Lydn’s exaggerated ripple is representative of both water and sound. This platter is designed to capture a stylised moment in time, its form creates a sense of movement in an otherwise static material. The name comes from the Cornish word for lake, reflecting the designer’s heritage.

MATERIALS

Elba Stone