Art Deco and Modernism: the new collection by Tim Rundle for SP01

Industrial materials mixed with glass, brass and luxurious upholstery

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Art Deco and Modernism: the new collection by Tim Rundle for SP01
03/10/2017 - SP01 announced the launch of their latest collection in collaboration with Tim Rundle Studio.⠀
 
Taking cues from Art Deco and Modernism, two of the most evident architectural styles in Sydney, the new collection subtly refers to these design eras while interpreting them as something altogether new.⠀
SP01, Caristo

SP01, Caristo

Created in collaboration with Tim Rundle, the latest collection by SP01 combines a fresh Australian design approach with the brand's quality made in Italy.
Featuring ten character-driven designs including armchairs, occasional tables and mirrors, the series combines industrial materials, such as, tubular steel with highlighted finishes in glass, brass and pewter and luxurious upholstery.
SP01, Shu-Ying - Mohana Table

SP01, Shu-Ying - Mohana Table

Each chair, table and mirror in this collection is subtly influenced by another era, resulting in a series that is both contemporary and timeless.
 
Shu-Ying
With a petite scale and a distinctive frame that traces compact curves and softly gathered upholstery, Shu-Ying is a contemporary armchair that could also be imagined in Shanghai or Sydney during the roaring 1920s.

Caristo
A re-interpretation of the wingback chair that would be perfect at home in a palm springs pad or a harbourside home. The contoured timber shell and soft upholstery are cradled within a sleek steel frame. Available with a high or low headrest.

Michelle
A family of mirrors with common features of steel, smoked mirror and marble, Michelle is gracefully drawn from a tubular frame in brass, pewter or blackened steel and embellished with a series of marble trays that make it the perfect valet.
 
Mohana

A series of modern, complementary tables that combine marble and glass, supported by a fine gauge steel frame that celebrates the beauty of industry. Utilitarian in its approach, the Mohana occasional tables are both functional and thoughtfully detailed. Each table has two levels with contrasting surface materials. To be used as side, coffee or bedside tables, on their own or grouped together.
 
Tim Rundle Studio is a London-based industrial design consultancy specialised in furniture and lighting design as well as interiors, installations and strategic consultancy. With experience across furniture, lighting, homeware, technology and transport, the studio’s work is driven by context and has grown to focus on the design of products and systems that exist at the intersection between architecture and its inhabitants. A preoccupation with simplicity, improvement and the pragmatic application of creativity; combined with a rigorous and knowledgeable approach to the technical aspects of materials and manufacturing it leads to results that are, at the same time, useful, engaging and relevant.

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SP01, Shu-Ying - Mohana Table

SP01, Shu-Ying - Mohana Table

SP01, Caristo - Michelle Mirror Floor

SP01, Caristo - Michelle Mirror Floor

SP01, Shu-Ying

SP01, Shu-Ying

SP01, Mohana Table

SP01, Mohana Table

SP01, Caristo

SP01, Caristo

SP01, Caristo Ottoman - - Michelle Mirror Floor

SP01, Caristo Ottoman - - Michelle Mirror Floor

SP01, Caristo - SP01, Michelle Mirror Wall

SP01, Caristo - SP01, Michelle Mirror Wall

SP01, Michelle Mirrors

SP01, Michelle Mirrors

SP01, Michelle Mirror Wall

SP01, Michelle Mirror Wall

SP01, Michelle Mirror Floor

SP01, Michelle Mirror Floor

SP01, Michelle Mirror Table

SP01, Michelle Mirror Table

SP01, Michelle Mirror Wall

SP01, Michelle Mirror Wall

SP01, Mohana Table

SP01, Mohana Table

SP01, Mohana Table

SP01, Mohana Table

SP01, Mohana Table

SP01, Mohana Table

SP01, Mohana Table

SP01, Mohana Table

SP01, Mohana Table

SP01, Mohana Table

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