Italy’s annual design event brings together the world’s best international design brands for a preview of the latest launches in furniture, lighting and lifestyle. Usually an unmissable event in our calendar, this year we experienced Milan Design Week from afar, spying new designs, re-issued classics and the most beautiful showrooms in Milano. Here we present the latest and greatest from Louis Poulsen, Fredericia, nanimarquina, Karakter, PP Mobler, Fritz Hansen, Carl Hansen and Son and Mater.
HAY’s highly anticipated 2021 collection brings together minimalist Danish design and bold colours in a series that is that is both functional and joyful. Here, we present new furniture and lighting from renowned Danish design brand, HAY.
Save on classic Fritz Hansen designs with a series of exclusive promotions. From now until December 31, receive a free Footstool with all Egg Chair purchases, benefit from special pricing on Series 7 Swivel Chairs and Swan Chairs in selected fabrics, and save on the entire PH/AJ Table series.
We're thrilled to welcome a new brand to the Cult collection - Danish design house, Fredericia.
Founded on the principles of exceptional craftsmanship, authentic design and luxurious materials, renowned Danish design brand, Fredericia, manufactures extraordinary pieces of furniture, from contemporary classics to modern orginals.
The full Fredericia collection is available to explore online now, and will be arriving in Cult showrooms this September.
To celebrate Hans J. Wegner's enduring legacy and more than 70 years of collaboration, Carl Hansen & Son have partnered up with acclaimed London-based designer, Ilse Crawford, to develop a new colour palette for a limited-edition release of the first chairs that Wegner created for Carl Hansen & Son in 1950.
On his 102nd anniversary, we celebrate the legacy of the great Jørn Utzon - the renowned Danish designer who, in 1957, was announced winner of the international competition to design a ‘national opera house’ for Sydney’s Bennelong Point. His vision for a sculptural, curved building on the Harbour broke radically with the rectangular shapes of modernist architecture and ultimately transformed his career.