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Gallery COLLECTIONAL represents artists from around the globe and showcases unique pieces.
Each curation creates an invocation to anticipate unlimited possibilities. Beauty and form blur the lines of functionality and materiality. Historical icons in conversation with the contemporary and shifting the discourse into the future. Light, density, and ephemerality are all in dynamic tension. The minimal, the voluptuous, and the exquisite harmony of both together. Join us on this journey to experience the unexpected ways design evolves, innovates, and inspires.
In ancient cosmologies, the Empyrean was believed to be a heavenly place in the highest of heavens, occupied by the element of fire. The warm glow of the ceiling light Empyrean suspended 01 pays homage to this antiquated concept, as Gallée experiments with light through material hues, transparency, and luminosity. Paired with studies of space from today, Gallée observed the warped behavior of light around black holes and translated it into the refraction of light in the Empyrean light. 24m of LED-light strips illuminate the dark resin centerpieces from within, while the rounded edges contort the light rays, creating a floating effect that moves around the geometric composition. The thickness of the resin blocks with the intangible translucence of the light creates a compelling juxtaposition that constitutes a balanced yet playful aesthetic that teases the eye. Empyrean suspended 01 is the first light in the Empyrean collection. As Gallée experiments with the light-bending qualities of translucent resin, the Empyrean collection will grow and continue to catch the light.
Corine Van Voorbergen
Mixed media, acrylic paint, natural pigment powder, ink and expoy, messing
Dirk Van Der Kooij
The Sunflower lends playful structure to the fresnel family. Positioned atop asymmetrical steel stems, combined blooms exhale a warm, twinkling light. Hot ribbons of recycled plastic build each lens slowly, layer by layer. Sourced from rooftop windows, safety glasses, and industrial chocolate moulds, this unlikely material gifts durability and glasslike transparency to the flowers. Mounted upon a central steel ball, each tactile lens is easily redirected by hand.Recycled plastic, much like wood, carries indicators of its history. Based on the previous life of our plastic, the transparent material can appear cool or warm. The specific tint is not under our control, though is part of the joy in granting material a second life. Textured off black finish frame with 45cm round base.Angle of fixtures manually adjustable by swiveling around ballsIllumination: Replaceable LED modules 86WattsDimming hardware is built into the Sunflower, controlled by a footswitch on the baseplate.
The Womb Lamp series is inspired by the mountain landscape near Cape Town. The area is known for its sculptural rock formations in shades of terracotta, amber, and ochre.
The work is influenced by Jan Ernst's fascination with natural structures such as corals, fungi, and geological formations. The designs have evolved into functional art and sculptural furniture expressed mainly through ceramics and gypsum. Handmade in Capetown.
This is a simplified version of the original DTP table, being all in wood and removing the visible metal parts. Therefore, the tabletop does not have the milled detail at the inner opening because of the missing metal connection blades.
The stone interpretation of the original DTP version, yet differs in the fact that the supporting beams are not visible in the tabletop. This is an exclusive edition, limited to 20 pieces worldwide. DTS is a stone edition limited to 20 pieces in total
This original design dates from 2018, and is perfected by reviewing some details and dimensions. Patinated metal leg casings and connection blades between the tabletops, generate a rich contrast with the wooden structure. The table consists of duplicated items only, and has construction beams supporting the tabletop, which are visible at the top.
The bench is a simplified extension of the dining table with similar construction details. Its design is purified to a minimal presence, removing the duplicated elements which reduces weight. Because of this, the piece is easier to move around and to be stored between the dining table’s legs.
CTS is characterized by the solid milled natural stone element. It was born out of the structure of the coffee table with metal trim. An honest and screwless construction is created by using mortise and tenon constructions out of wooden elements only. The elegant amorphous, oval inspired form is available in an oval, or more circular shape. When removing the wooden lid, the table’s construction and metal engraved plate will be visible
CTM, an amorphous shaped coffee table is characterized by the metal trim around the tabletop. It stands out because of the soft and elegant curves, while also preserving the divided legs. The metal frame around the wooden counter is hold in place by visible screws, finished in the same patina.
CTW has a strong relationship to the original dining table, preserving the idea of duplicating every element. Together with the simple rectangular shape, it has a strong reference to the Japanese design aesthetics. Because of its wide range in dimensions, multiple coffee tables could be combined to one larger collection of pieces. Ideal to become a bigger setup for larger spaces
The elegant curves represented in fashion design are reinterpreted abstractly. Soft lines are used to create a balanced and honest design, resulting in a monolithic centerpiece. By standard, there are two double cupboards with pivoting doors and a drawer unit in the middle with one internal drawer. All are accessible from one side. The body is completely crafted from European oak and bleached to create a consistent ambiance with the travertine countertop and plinth. Rough yet tactile brushed and sandblasted finishes of the surfaces result in a more profound emotion by the owner of the unique piece. Extra authentic details are created by wooden craft connections and visible bronze pivots. It is a limited edition of 20 pieces worldwide.
The SCR-B Low table by Niko Koronis is a limited edition piece of furniture designed. The table is made with resin, a durable and versatile material that can be molded into various shapes and colors. This piece is a low table, which means it is designed to be used as a coffee table or complement other furniture in a living room or sitting area. Limited Edition 8 + 4AP Available exclusively in the Middle East through Collectional
The SCR-A Low table by Niko Koronis is a limited edition piece of furniture designed. The table is made with resin, a durable and versatile material that can be molded into various shapes and colors. This piece is a low table, which means it is designed to be used as a coffee table or complement other furniture in a living room or sitting area. Limited Edition 8 + 4AP
Steven John Clark
The inspiration was organic brass construction with a fluid, open feel. The blush pink tone adds femininity to the industrial joints. A beautiful and functional piece.