TEAM 7’s Lux Living range is the winner of the 2011 Interior Innovation Award, 2011 Green GOOD DESIGN Award and 2011 Red Dot Design Award.
October 18th, 2011
Lux is a naturally beautiful furniture range that utilises 10 main basic items (all designed to the ‘golden ratio’) that can be combined to form 156 exciting structures. Every base format can be defined individually in terms of material, colour and opening function, and thus permits a very high degree of individual composition. The recessed fronts attached between the edges make the structured pattern of the edges visible. Heavily facetted, the materials thickness demonstrates an unparalleled level of intricacy for solid wood. This design and the construction met the highest standards in terms of solid wood processing, a technique perfectly mastered by TEAM 7. Glass elements enable the structures to be combined to form space-filling systems, thereby preserving their solitary character.
No two pieces of TEAM 7 furniture are identical, because no two trees are identical. The furniture is not produced for a warehouse, it is created only in response to customer requests and is exclusively made in seven varieties of European hardwood from sustainably managed forests. Thanks to timeless design, TEAM 7 furniture of today will still look good tomorrow – an important contribution towards protecting our environment.
The timbers used are all European hardwood that comes from sustainably managed forests. The seven varieties available are Alder, Beech, Beech Heartwood, Maple, Oak, Cherry and Walnut. There are a variety of glass colours available and you can talk to POPCORN Interiors to find something that will match your needs.
The range utilises 10 main basic items (all designed to the ‘golden ratio’) that can be combined to form 156 exciting structures.
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TEAM 7 by POPCORN Interiors
+61 3 9421 1000
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