New Piet Boon collection is all about the shape

Studio Piet Boon latest collection, recently launched at the Salone del Mobile, shows the studio’s fascination with shape and the intuitive process of shaping design.

Drawing inspiration from within, the studio chose to use the hand shaped Klink sidetable (2012) as its muse for both the new collection items as well as overarching theme. By applying the Klink contour, four new furniture items boast the same visual language.

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In following of the Belle armchair and Bo sofa, the studio introduces a new rounded sofa series – Ella.

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The different elements of the sofa are connected by solid hand-shaped bronze legs.

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The new Olle dining- and more accessible bistro table is the first table design to not have a head to the table, enabling users to sit intuitively and making everyone equally important.

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The Ode coffee table pays homage to the rediscovered shape by combining two generous seemingly floating layers.

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In addition to the furniture novelties, Studio Piet Boon introduced its first Piet Boon lighting object: Luna. Comprising of two metallic coated elements, the sizable eye catcher pendant Luna shares the same visual language as the new furniture pieces.

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