|||||||||||||||||Giles Massie-Taylor (left) and Ryan Malone|Solid Shell by voonwong&bensonsaw for Bench 10, commissioned by The Lollipop Shoppe|Vessel lighting by Samuel Wilkinson|Tetra table by dRMM|Chair from Soft Shell series by voonwng&bensonsaw|Orbital, a limited-edition light by Viable London, with hand-blown glass by Stewart Hearn|Hand-cast concrete bowls by Studio Betoniu and Stephan Schulz. Part of Decode’s Objects collection is to be officially launched during LDF|Minuet table by Jarrod Lim, displaying the elegance of a simple steel form|Tripod stool by voonwong&bensonsaw, constructed with three U-shaped supports|Award-winning Heavy Desk Lamp by Benjamin Hubert|Envelop chair by Jonathan Prestwich|Upholstered Rock lounge chair by Samuel Wilkinson|Wire Light by Viable London. A larger version will launch during LDF|ReSPUN pendant lamp by Ryan Malone. An updated version with LED technology will be part of the new collection|Cutaway (chair, table or bench) by Jethro Macey|C Shelves by voonwong&bensonsaw||
21 Sep 2010

Profile: Decode London

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