New York-based studio Colony boasts a collection of designer homeware that has been developed in collaboration with 17 creatives. Featuring a wide range of tapestries, seating, lighting and other miscellaneous objects, the collection was launched in conjunction with the NYCxDesign festival.
The stylish capsule of designer homeware was created to simultaneously exhibit the harmonious and chaotic relationships in the world. Appropriately dubbed 'Balanced Unbalanced,' Colony's showroom in Tribeca houses curious furniture silhouettes — from "topsy-turvy upholstered chairs" to "textiles with swooped threads." The incredibly creative forms are tied to names like Allied Marker, Hiroko Takeda, Vonnegut/Kraft, Fort Standard and more.
The color palette of the designer homeware is curated around the tranquil-inducing nuance of deep blue.
Photo Credits: Alan Tansey
Colony Hosted a Balance Unbalanced Exhibit in Tribecca
1. Harmonious-chaotic Homeware Design - Opportunity for designers to create homeware with curious forms that reflect both chaotic and harmonious design elements.
2. Deep Blue Homeware Color Palette - Opportunity to create homeware using a tranquil-inducing nuance of deep blue.
3. Collaborative Homeware Development - Opportunity for studios and creatives to collaborate and develop a collection of designer homeware that showcases their unique styles and design philosophies.
1. Furniture Design - Designers and manufacturers of furniture can explore the creation of curious forms and harmonious-chaotic design elements to create unique pieces.
2. Homeware Manufacturing - Manufacturers of homeware can adopt a tranquil-inducing nuance of deep blue for their products in response to the trend in the designer homeware industry.
3. Design Collaboration - Design studios and creatives can collaborate to create unique and innovative collections of homeware that showcase their styles and design philosophies.