Ochre recently launched a new collection at the Clerkenwell Design Week 2014 that captures the essence of the brand: proportion, texture, contrast and finish. As with all of their work, the new collection places equal importance on harmonious forms, luxurious materials, and matchless craftsmanship.
The Seed Cloud installation is a whimsical piece that ‘marries modern sensibility with ancient processes’. The installation features a series of cast bronze buds, each one housing a glass drop illuminated by LED. The technique used to cast the bronze stems can be dated back at least 5,000 years.
The Celestial Pebble features a series of solid glass droplet illuminated by LED. The patinated bronze finish cap with matching chains adds subtle elegance. Celestial Pebble comes as a single pendant, or grouped for more impact.
The Lupin table lamp features hand blown blue glass base with a patinated bronze finish. The asymmetrical design and harmonious forms reinforces Ochre’s essence.
The Sable Chair and Caribou Chair are deceptively simple, and the epitome of understatement. Both chairs are built on a metal frame, and cladded in the finest Italian saddle leather. The chairs are available in four different colours: taupe, navy, burgundy, and red.
The Lancelot wall light modulates light through a hand punched saddle leather cover. The use of saddle leather and patinated bronze finish brings the entire collection together, adding elegance and craftsmanship to harmonious forms.
*All images and information courtesy of Alexandra Public Relations.