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In a nod to the architectural Brutalism movement of the post-World War II era, this collection draws inspiration from the resilience, strength, and order sought in the aftermath of global upheaval. With a commitment to a bold and honest aesthetic, the collection places emphasis on materials and textures, giving rise to highly expressive forms.

At its core, the collection embodies both functionality and sculpture, striving to design home decor products that transcend mere ornamentation. In the face of today's world, where chaos looms large, these pieces stand as a testament to strength, permanence, and a purposeful existence. Each item becomes a practical yet artful addition, reflecting the enduring spirit of the Brutalist movement in a contemporary context.




 H 16 inch x B 36 inch x D 36 inch

 H 22 inch x B 24 inch x D 24 inch

 H 14 inch x B 18 inch x D 18 inch


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Hammered Antique Brass​


Brutalism is an architectural movement popularized post World War II as architects sought to create buildings that expressed a sense of strength, permanence, and order in the face of the destruction and chaos of the war. Despite being seen as controversial and polarizing, brutalism has gained a following over the years, with many people appreciating its bold and honest aesthetic.


Brutalist buildings are characterised by minimalist constructions that showcase the bare building materials and structural elements over decorative design. The style commonly makes use of exposed, unpainted concrete or brick, angular geometric shapes and a predominantly monochrome colour palette; other materials, such as steel, timber, and glass, are also featured.




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Newness in Metals


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