Launched earlier this year at Saturday in Design Sydney, Panier is the latest product in Helen Kontouris’ new self-titled collection.
November 29th, 2011
Helen Kontouris is one of Australia’s more prolific designers, creating objects for some big brands both locally and internationally.
Earlier this year Kontouris launched the Panier stool, the first piece in her new self-titled collection.
The stool was designed to reflect a harmonious balance of proportions, all the while exuding a gentle grace.
The collection’s precision detailing, contrasted by its soft appearance, makes it suitable for various applications, from the restaurant to the home or office.
Panier is made from 100% recyclable polyethylene and available in 8 colours – aniseed, yellow, white, red, mid grey, warm green, plum and glacier.
The Panier stool is available exclusively through Space Furniture.
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