Conceived in Australia, designed by the renowned Milan-based studio Fattorini+Rizzini+Partners and produced by Italy’s leading manufacturers, SP01 is a new design brand featuring a collection of furniture designed for an international audience.
February 25th, 2016
The SP01 team had a very clear vision, to create a new collection based on rigorous design and honest materials. Design integrity and authenticity were key to the brand’s ethos and collaborating with world-class designers delivered the requisite standards.
The respected design team of Fattorini+Rizzini+Partners was an essential part of the brand’s development. They bring a unique breadth of skills in both design and product development, experience gained from working with leading brands Arper, Extremis, Armani Casa, MDF Italia, Poliform, Moooi, Cassina and Zanotta, and have been recognised with numerous international awards including a prestigious Compasso d’Oro.
To ensure the collection is of the highest quality, SP01 turned to Italy’s leading manufacturers. This ensured the collection was made by the same Italian craftsmen experienced in producing for the world’s leading brands.
The result is a collection that features stunning chairs, sofas, armchairs, tables and, coffee tables which feature solid ash timbers, sculpted hand finished wood and an extensive range of detailed upholstery.
SP01 launch collection will be represented by Space Furniture in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur.
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