‘Monolithic’ and ‘sensual’ are not adjectives routinely utilized in conjunction, but in the context of Sarah Ellison’s most current furniture selection, they make full feeling.
‘SOL‘ is Sarah’s third furnishings assortment because the start of her layout studio in 2017. Prior to this career shift, Sarah was the design and style editor at Real Dwelling journal for 10 many years, and she has a background in style structure.
As the identify implies, this collection is motivated by the Roman god of the sunshine and strategies of warmth and permanence. The sculptural designs and nostalgic colors convey these attributes, while also presenting a firm nod to the 1970s, a craze which is displaying no indicators of slowing down in Australian interiors.
This selection marks the very first time timber has featured heavily in Sarah’s do the job, with heat oak used on chairs and tables. Just one standout piece is the Tide espresso desk, accessible in the two limestone and timber variants. ‘I played with scale to generate some juxtaposition involving the weightiness of the legs and the razor-slender tabletop,’ Sarah points out of this distinct layout.
The substantial proportions and rounded edges of pieces these as the Muse modular lounge attract on Sarah’s affection for 1970s interiors techniques, as very well as the get the job done of Italian architect and designer, Mario Bellini. ‘I enjoy the way he played with scale and proportion to create drama’ Sarah claims.
There is also ceramic lights and vase things in the collection, that adopt a playful nevertheless innovative seem, reminiscent of Jean Royère’s aesthetic.
SOL is accessible now!