FACE TO FACE
Apart, we can communicate; together we can connect.
GUBI is devoting this fall to the time we spend together in our homes. There is something very precious about sharing the same space – something that cannot be replicated at a distance. When we are eye to eye in each other’s presence – together, intimate, and unfiltered – we can truly connect.
In his Basket Collection of hand-crafted seating, Joe Colombo puts comfort at the forefront, piling the woven rattan frame with organically contoured cushions so the seats envelope you as you sit – a human hug in furniture form.
BEETLE IN 3D VENEER
The arrival of GamFratesi’s latest iteration of its iconic Beetle design represents the culmination of a process of material exploration, an homage to nature, and a new pinnacle in craftsmanship – a chair worth talking about, and talking in.
Radiating a sense of strength and offering exceptional comfort, the Daumiller Armchair is consciously designed for the realities of everyday living. Ergonomically contoured in richly textured pine, it is both a supportive dining chair and an ever-ready occasional seat – a chair for every occasion.
After decades out of production, the Timberline Floor Lamp by Mads Caprani is at last returning to the homes of design lovers worldwide. First created by the Danish lighting designer in the 1970s, the Timberline rapidly became Caprani’s flagship product – a playfully curving, swan-necked floor lamp that both captures the Scandinavian design language of the 1970s and also transcends it, becoming one of those rare pieces that can slip effortlessly into any space, of any style.
PRIVATE DINING TABLES
Space Copenhagen’s beautifully minimalist dining table is large enough for everyday activities and grand dinner parties alike. Its deliberately narrower tabletop brings people closer together, cultivating fluid dialogues and an atmosphere of intimacy – an invitation to let down your guard and live in the moment.
In the 1970s, we went crazy for color. Bold shades, earthy tones, playful accents, gleaming neutrals – the full spectrum from subtle to striking. Now, we are in the midst of a retro renaissance, as the tones and textures of the decade’s distinctive aesthetic are en vogue all over again.
In tune with the rise of retro, GUBI unveils new colors for iconic lighting designs such as Semi, Grashoppä and Turbo – inspired by the natural accents, glossy textures, and warm earth tones of 1970s style.