The Republic of Fritz Hansen introduces a whole new accessory line of design – Objects; rich on function, craftsmanship, tactility and beauty. The first 12 new items are small statements, each with a story to tell!
Fritz Hansen “Objects” reimagines home accessories
During Salone del Mobile Republic of Fritz Hansen launches Objects. It’s the name of the new accessories line. It consists of twelve beautiful designs for your home designed by Danish and international designers, among them the design duo Studio Roso, Wednesday architecture and Jaime Hayon. Objects is a unique collection of design items that reflects the passion for good design with a purpose. Like the furniture, Objects is a statement that can add a touch of Nordic lifestyle and playfulness to your home. The collection will never dominate but simply complement your space.
Tealight, part of “Objects” – a new line of accessories
Objects are made from genuine materials, reflecting Fritz Hansen’s proud heritage of high quality and exquisite craftsmanship. The collection exudes beauty and simplicity in an array of subdued tones such as sand, earth and stone. One look at the collection, and you can’t help but feel captivated by the appealing designs and the natural touch and feel. Each of the items in the Objects collection has a story of its own. The mirror is not really a mirror. The vase is designed to pay tribute to the whole flower, not just the head. The beautiful Shakerinspired trays are crafted with exactly the same materials and attention to detail as the Ant chair and the Series 7 chair.
Tray table for “Objects” – complimenting your life
The elements in the Objects series offer more than an alluring appearance. They have an uncanny way of engaging your senses. Design aficionados will instantly feel drawn to the dynamic lines of the designs combined with the tactile sensations of the authentic materials. For example, when you inhale the soothing scent of cedar wood and touch the surface, the experience will, in turn, touch you.
The Object collection features the Candleholder and Traystack
An interpretation of the classical chamber candle holder, which dates back to the late 1700.
High & Low Vases by Jaime Hayon
Dot Stool by Arne Jacobsen
Arne Jacobsen designed The DOT™ in 1954 in the process of creating the Ant™ chair in collaboration with Republic of Fritz Hansen
Throws by Republic of Fritz Hansen
Egg Chair – Fritz Hansen Objects
1:6 miniature variants of Arne Jacobsen’s designs are made out of the same materials and crafted by the same hands that manufacture the regular sized Egg and Swan chairs.
The chairs are upholstered by hand in FAME fabric and comes in two colors. Black and dark rose.