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Playful, versatile, accessible: Jardan’s commercial Colourscapes range

Jardan unveils the Colourscapes collection. This expansive offering of commercial furniture captures the brand’s signature aesthetic through dynamic forms, unique textures, and a mouth-watering colour palette.

Playful, versatile, accessible: Jardan’s commercial Colourscapes range

Jardan has just released a commercial collection that is distinctly designed for modern Australian spaces. Entitled Colourscapes, the collection is Jardan’s largest and most diverse commercial release to date, offering accessible and versatile options that channel the premium yet playful Jardan aesthetic.

Colourscapes is defined by an exploration of colour, tactility, and form. It is designed with inherent versatility, positioning itself as a collection open to interpretation and allowing customers to inject their style into the selection process.

As Jardan’s Nick Garnham says, the intention behind the collection was to develop a commercially-oriented range that could merge simple, clean lines with bold shapes and an expansive colour palette. This versatility allows the collection to fit effortlessly into any customer’s unique requirements.

One of the collection’s defining features is the integration of fabrics and finishes. Collaborating with Kvadrat Maharam, Jardan has selected fabrics to bring a new dimension to the collection.

Jardan introduces four new exclusive powdercoat colours – Moss, Mustard, Reef and Twilight, alongside its existing range. These colours offer a fresh perspective on the products’ silhouettes, uniting the familiar with the contemporary while providing an additional layer of visual interest.

The Colourscapes collection comprises two chairs – Raf and Roy, and three tables – Wilbur, Bass and Arrow. Together they create a cohesive collection that encourages vibrant and dynamic setups.

The Raf chair demonstrates a minimalist design approach with plenty of customisation options. It enables a multitude of configurations, with different base, arm and seat pad options, along with fabrics and finishes.

The Roy chair, on the other hand, features a more simplified design, focusing on comfort and colour. Depending on the choice of fabric, the Roy chair can be adapted to suit various aesthetic styles.

Meanwhile, the Arrow and Bass tables offer customisation options and the Wilbur table provides adaptability, functioning as a meeting desk or a work-from-home station as required.

Colourscapes is now available for purchase at showrooms in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, as well as online.


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