Anaca Studio has introduced a new line of furniture, designed specifically to enhance daily life in cosier, compact homes.
September 16th, 2016
Designed by Anaca Studio’s owner and designer, Anne-Claire Petre, this new line of furniture is sleek, modern and raised off the ground, designed to maximise the experience of space and light in smaller spaces, such as apartments or small homes.
Small in scale but big on ideas, the minimalist range expresses a new take on European style, with each piece complementing Anaca Studio’s existing range of stylish, practical pieces.
“Having spent half my life in Europe, I have been influenced by beautifully styled small living spaces. I wanted to create a line of products that would offer this European flavour to the growing number of Australians shifting toward apartment and smallspace living,” says Anne-Claire.
“Australians are diverse, cultured and pragmatic people that seek out style with substance and integrity—Anaca Studio designs each piece with that firmly in mind.”
This new line comprises four products…
The Camille sofa, an elegant blend of Scandinavian style and modernist aesthetics; the Edgar coffee table, a model of light simplicity; the Felix sideboard, with its handsome minimalism and clean lines; and the Emi solid timber stool expressing substance through sustainability, adding a touch of luxury to the collection.
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