Distributed in Australia by DOMO, the This Weber collection by Team by Wellis revolves around clean lines and dynamic, statement-making pieces.
September 25th, 2015
Debuting at this year’s IMM Cologne, prolific and multi-dimensional designer This Weber has brought his signature flourish and dynamic statement-making prowess to this new range of living, dining and bedroom furniture.
The collection includes the Flow three-seater sofa and ottoman, which serve as clean, elegant design solutions for living rooms, exuding an understated sophistication. For the bedroom, the range includes the Soft queen bed, which combines a plush upholstered head with an American walnut base.
Finally, the This Weber collection includes the Act writing desk and sideboard, both of which tick the boxes for both form and functionality; boasting style for living, hall or bedroom spaces.
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