Hooked on CLAS­SICS

Ja­pan and the Bauhaus — just two in­flu­ences in this sea­son’s in­spired new col­lec­tion from Heal’s

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The best, most en­dur­ing, de­sign mar­ries in­no­va­tion and form, with an at­ten­tion to de­tail that im­bues even the most ev­ery­day item with time­less style. It’s an ap­proach that has served Heal’s for over two cen­turies. Since open­ing its first shop in Lon­don in 1810, the in­te­ri­ors brand has been at the fore­front of Bri­tish de­sign, whether that’s been in­tro­duc­ing the UK pub­lic to the lat­est in Euro­pean trends or cham­pi­oning both up-and-com­ing and es­tab­lished de­sign­ers and pieces in its own col­lec­tions.

Its of­fer­ing for SS19 is no ex­cep­tion. Draw­ing on cur­rent trends for the kind of clean, lean aesthetic that are hall­marks of Ja­pa­nese de­sign, the ‘Eden’ bed­room col­lec­tion is a case in point. De­signed by Emile Jones, a self-pro­claimed cham­pion of ‘ hon­est’ de­sign, the col­lec­tion’s sleek, nat­u­ral lines – surely likely to bring a sense of Zen-like calm to any bed­room – fea­ture clever de­tails (ad­justable com­part­ments, con­cealed, cut-out han­dles etc.) that are syn­ony­mous with a su­pe­rior ap­proach to de­sign.

Else­where, Heal’s has teamed up with Matthew Hil­ton to launch ‘Rubin’, an ex­clu­sive col­lec­tion of lanterns made with Ja­pa­nese Mino-washi pa­per and a per­fect com­ple­ment to its own ‘ White Lights’ col­lec­tion. And that’s not all: Heal’s was also the UK’S first cham­pion of one of the most in­flu­en­tial de­sign movements of the 20th-cen­tury, Bauhaus, which is mark­ing its cen­te­nary this year. To cel­e­brate the land­mark, Heal’s has launched a range in­spired by the art school, from cush­ions (main im­age) to kitchen­ware. Dis­cover them in-store and on­line to­day. Find out more and shop at heals.com

This page ‘Roy Co­coon’ chair, £701; ‘Ivo’ side ta­ble, £438, both Vin­cent Sheppard. Bauhaus-in­spired cush­ions, from £24, Heal’s Op­po­site page, clock­wise from top ‘Eden’ bed­room col­lec­tion, from £399; Bauhausin­spired ac­ces­sories, from £24; ‘Rubin’ lanterns by Matthew Hil­ton for Heal’s, from £299, all Heal’s SS19 col­lec­tion ( heals.com)

From left ‘Shake’ side­board by Se­bas­tian Cox, £2,995, Bench­mark ( bench­mark­fur­ni­ture.com). Func­tional Forms #02 art­work, £400, Jacek Dz­i­u­biński ( jacek-dz­i­u­bin­ski.net). ‘Fairlight’ bowl, £145, Bird & Branch Turn­ery Co ( bir­dand­branch.lon­don). ‘ Washi’ wall­cov­er­ing by Éli­tis, £214.20 per me­tre, Ab­bott + Boyd (ab­bot­tand­boyd.co.uk). ‘Segni Min­imi’ rug by Giuseppe Di Costanzo for Cc-tapis, £4,030, Matter of Stuff (mat­terof­stuff.com). ‘Arv’ chair by David Thul­strup for Brdr Krüger, £1,350, Skandium (skandium.com). ‘25’ din­ing ta­ble by Bruno Fat­torini and Robin Rizzini for De­salto, £3,828, Staffan Toll­gård (toll­gard.co.uk). Re­cy­cled news­pa­per, gesso and graphite bowl, £450 for sim­i­lar, Magie Holling­worth ([email protected]­world.com). ‘Ri­f­lessi’ vases by Rosaria Rat­tin for Kose, from £478 each, B&B Italia ( bebitalia.com). Porce­lain ves­sel by Jus­tine Al­li­son, £46, Made­by­han­don­line (made­by­han­don­line.com). ‘Ari­ake’ bench by Gabriel Tan for


Ari­ake, £1,130, Roam (roam.dk). ‘Ajiro Plank’ pol­ished maple ve­neer (on wall panel) by Maya Ro­manoff, £212 per me­tre, Alt­field (alt­field.com). ‘Moon’ pa­per pen­dant light, £876, Da­vide Groppi (davide­groppi.com). ‘Icha’ oak chair by Chris Mar­tin for Mass Pro­duc­tions, £658, Co­ex­is­tence (co­ex­is­tence.co.uk). Quiet Flood art­work, £1,250, Vicky Ed­wards (vick­yed­wards.co.uk). ‘Paper­wood’ stained-ash cof­fee ta­ble by An­der­ssen & Voll for Ari­ake, £755, Roam (roam.dk). ‘Mono­chrome Ves­sel I’, £2,300; ‘Mono­chrome Ves­sel IV’, £450, both by Carolyn Gen­ders, Con­tem­po­rary Ap­plied Arts (caa.org.uk). ‘Plateau’ dish, £45, Bird & Branch Turn­ery Co ( bir­dand­branch.lon­don). ‘CH25’ lounge chair by Hans J Weg­ner, £2,656, Carl Hansen & Søn (carl­hansen.com). ‘Graf­fito’ fab­ric (on cush­ion) by Kelly Wearstler, £117 per me­tre, Lee Jofa at GP & J Baker ( lee­jofa.com) ➤

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