The new range has been devised with a focus on the now prevailing need to work more often from home
As people adapt to working from home, existing domestic settings are subject to daily transformation, from a temporary office during the day to a resting environment in the evening.
With this in mind, VG&P (Very Good & Proper) has explored the idea of furniture for the home that welcomes both work and rest, with designs that can easily adapt to suit.
VG&P’s latest collection includes a variety of products, ranging from tables with hidden cable-management, to work chairs made from materials that blend into a home setting, as well as discreet desk options that can be easily cleared away.
With products designed by the in-house team, alongside collaborations with a range of designers, each piece presents an innate sense of playfulness and attention to detail.
Designed as a space-saving solution, the wall-mounted Pasadena Desk is small yet perfectly formed and features a full-width drawer whilst the Live/Work Table is a new addition to the VG&P Metal Dowel range, designed for both work and mealtimes.
VG&P also unveiled two new benches, Strata and Radius. Strata, designed by John Tree, is minimal in its geometric form with joints that are expertly crafted, highlighting the honest construction methods behind the design. Klemens Schillinger’s Radius bench, meanwhile, references both traditional Japanese and alpine furniture with its small proportions and soft rounded edges, ideal for any home.
The new collection has been devised with a focus on the now prevailing need to work from home more often and adds a dose of much needed comfort in these uncertain times.
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