The H Collection 2015 in collaboration with emerging and established designers from around the world, is a carefully curated progression of more than 10 pieces of furniture, including the introduction of our new home accessories range - a selection of timeless and complementary objects for the home environment.
The Collection is divided between Tables, Seating, Storage and Accessories - consisting of a new dining table, a new seating range, an extension of our Loom
collection, our first storage system and an ingenious coffee table system, suitable for both contract projects and the individual home.
We invite you to discover the collection for yourself.
This is an ingenious modular side or coffee table system that can be built up from four different units: a quarter circle, a half circle, a three-quarter circle and a full circle. Each unit comes either as a table option or a container option. Designed by multi-disciplinary
design studio Hierve, the system is made entirely in solid wood, except the curved sections of the containers, which are plywood.
The different modules are all compatible and can be combined together - making almost endless configurations in all. It’s simple, playful and highly versatile. Available in a choice of solid and stained woods.
The Curved table is a deceptively simple dining table with distinctive curved supports and edges. Its two pairs of legs have been skillfully crafted to form the gently sloping legs, and a trestle on which the table top rests. The solid wood top has smooth, rounded edges, contributing to an overall sense of softness and fluidity. Individual components were cut using a precision CNC router, then finished and assembled by hand — a marriage of contemporary and traditional production methods.
Designed by multi-disciplinary design studio Hierve, the Curved table is available in a choice of sizes, solid and stained woods.
The Kensington chair is H’s first collaboration with multidisciplinary design studio Faudet-Harrison. It’s a simple-yetrefined piece, with immaculate detailing and a classic composition. There are two different options of Kensington chair: solid wood seat and backrest; and upholstered seat and solid wood backrest. The upholstery is available in fabric or leather, in a wide range of colour options.
The main wooden structure has been cut out using a super-accurate CNC router, while assembly,finishing and upholstery have been completed by hand.
Available in a choice of solid wood and stained finishes.
The Kensington bar stool is an elongated version of the Kensington chair, by London-based multi-disciplinary design studio Faudet-Harrison. Reminiscent of classic design, it’s a bar stool that brings a touch of elegance to restaurants, bars and
other hospitality environments. There are two different options of Kensington Bar Stool: solid wood seat and backrest; and upholstered seat and solid wood backrest.
Available in fabric or leather, in a wide range of colour options and in a choice of solid wood finishes.
Designed by multi-disciplinary design studio Hierve, the four-legged Loom bar stool pays homage to the ancient folk art of Mexican weaving. Threads of elastic polyester woven cord are stretched to provide a comfortable seating experience. The simple, clean lines of the 75cm tall bar stool offer a stylish-yet-sturdy piece, which is perfect for restaurants, bars
and the hospitality sector.
The Loom Bar Stool comes in oak finished in natural or white oil, and ash and European Walnut finished in natural oil.
This is H’s first foray into modular shelving. Designed by multidisciplinary design studio Hierve. Each unit comprises a shelf, four legs and several types of connectors. From this starting point, customers can build a shelving system to suit their available space or storage requirements.
The modules are stackable and can also be easily joined horizontally, providing almost endless configurations. The fixing elements create a deliberate contrast with the main wooden construction.
Available in a choice of solid and stained woods and metal fittings.
The Barrel trays takes history as its starting point, but gives it a contemporary edge. Conceived by German-born designer Tino Seubert, it’s a round tray made of solid wood, encompassed by a metal ring. The tray is available in two different sizes - 29cm diameter (4cm tall) and 35cm diameter (5cm tall). It references the centuries-old tradition of barrel making (or cooperage).
The solid wood section comes in a choice of solid woods. While the metal outer ring comes painted in blue, deep green, yellow and pale pink.
A series of three solid-wood kitchen cutting boards designed by London-based designer John Tree. Each has a circular polished-metal insert in brass or copper. Available in oak or European walnut, the 22mm thick boards come in dimensions of diam 25cm, 41cm by 18cm, and 60cm by 20cm. S
imple but exquisitely executed, there’s also a specially designed hanging rail for storage. The boards can be bought separately or as a set.
H is a furniture company that conceives and creates meaningful pieces for discerning clients. London based, but with a global outlook, we embrace contrasts and celebrate differences, bringing together carefully curated and beautifully crafted collections that make people’s lives richer.
H launched its 2014 collections designed by Hierve, with its participation in key International Fairs including; IMM Cologne Furniture Fair, The London Design Festival, ICFF New York and Maison & Objet, Asia in Singapore - opening its online shop the same
year. The company launched its 2015 collections, introducing a range of accessories at Designjunction Edit, Milan during Salone del Mobile in collaboration with established and emerging designers from around the world.
The new collection was also showcased at Designjunction New York and Clerkenwell Design Week London and will return to Designjunction London with its first Pop-Up shop this fall.
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