Uniting the unrivalled design legacy of Poltrona Frau, Cappellini, Cassina and Haworth – Haworth Collection presents a curated selection of heritage and modern designs tailored to the Asia Pacific market.
April 4th, 2016
Above: Openest Collection by Patricia Urquiola
Elegantly presented at the haworthcollection.com website, the Haworth Collection offers the best of the Poltrona Frau, Cappellini & Cassina and Haworth brands in a single, accessible destination.
NB-C Resonate shelving system by Nicolai Czumaj-Bront
The Haworth Collection is an exploration of inspiring design and refined craftsmanship. This premium portfolio of collaborative furniture celebrates the design heritage of Poltrona Frau, Cappellini and Cassina, as well as Haworth’s collaborations with design icons like Patricia Urquiola.
The Haworth Collection is a carefully curated, evolving selection of furniture, lighting and accessories that celebrates renowned designers like Le Corbusier, Giulio Cappellini, Jean-Marie Massaud and Roberto Lazzeroni, while seeking out the next generation of artists such as Jasper Morrison, Tom Dixon and Nicolai Czumaj-Bront.
The Haworth Collection includes a number of heritage brands offering a diverse range of iconic designs, functionality and aesthetic options. Together the Haworth Collection offers products across a variety of spaces and environments – from commercial office to executive boardrooms and lobbies, airports, hotels and cafés.
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