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SP01 x Tim Rundle

18th January, 2018

A sophisticated collaboration between the luxurious contemporary furniture brand and a visionary industrial designer.

For SP01‘s latest range of chic furniture, the locally-based brand has teamed up with London-based industrial designer, Tim Rundle. Drawing upon the knowledge gleaned from its parent company, Space Furniture, SP01 prides itself on impeccably detailed, hand detailed furniture, Australian designed and Italian made.

This ten piece collection made in collaboration with Tim Rundle comprises a range of armchairs, occasional tables and mirrors. It uses industrial materials like tubular steel, with highlight finishes of fluted glass, brass, pewter and luxurious upholstery in a rich, contemporary palette (the chairs can be upholstered in over 70 different finishes!)

SP01’s Head of Design and Product Development Matt Lorrain says of the collaboration, ‘taking cues from Art Deco and Modernism, two of the most evident architectural styles in SP01’s home city, Sydney, the new collection subtly references these design eras while interpreting them as something altogether new.’

Is it too early to put this on our Christmas list?!

Tim Rundle’s collection for SP01 is now available at Space Furniture, plus selected international retailers.

18th January, 2018

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