When visiting fairs, working on an interior project or finding inspiration there are a few brands that are always on our list to check out. &tradition is one of these brands. A few years ago we had the privilege to visit their amazing showroom in Copenhagen that made us even admire the brand more. We spotted some new products earlier this year that are beautifully captured in these images.
At first glance, Lato resembles a sculpture, with its slim, oval or round table top balanced by an oval-shaped base. Striking, graphic and poetic, its purity of form is proof that simple is sophisticated. The initial inspiration for Lato started with the idea of a lollipop turned upside down. A classic shape from a candy most people recognise from childhood. But how do you turn a lollipop into a table? “Growing up on an island like Murano, I was surrounded by creativity,” explains Nichetto. “Artisans with an immense knowledge and love of materials, who I watched transform abstract concepts into concrete reality. With Lato, I wanted to keep the simplicity and streamline it into a timeless side table in a style that could easily be the centre of attention.”
In the kitchen you’ll see the four-legged NA7 Bar Stool, the newest member of the Norm family to join the three-legged NA3 stool. The Journey lamp in the last image is a lovely merging of two classic geometric shapes, the sphere and the rectangle. The round, opal glass shade is reminiscent of the moon, with a new dimmer feature to enhance your mood and sense of well-being.Journey is both a table lamp and a wall lamp, with subtle colour combinations that make it easy to place anywhere.
The new designs are perfectly displayed in this dark setting and sphere. Curious about the other new additions to the AndTradition collection? Take a look here.
All images from &Tradition