What's New at Hollace Cluny - May 2019

The buyers from Hollace Cluny have returned from Milan's 2019 Salone del Mobile and they are excited to welcome a bunch of new artisans to Hollace Cluny AND celebrate the new additions from their established lines.

Arno DeCLercq and Giopato & Coombes are two of Hollace Cluny's newest lines and we can expect the new pieces to arrive in the Toronto showroom this spring.

Until then, you will have to be satisfied with the following pics of what’s new at Hollace Cluny

Giopato & Coombes

Architect duo Giopato & Coombes aims "to create objects that resist the whims of fashion and trends." Their lighting is representative of the labour of their hardworking team combined with generations of Venetian artisanal expertise.

Fredericia Furniture

Expanding on the popular Swoon collection, Fredericia has expanded the line to include the Swoon Chair, adding an appealing new upholstered dining chair to their collection. Introduced earlier this year, Jens Risom's A-Chair was  designed by Jens Risom in 1961, it is a graceful expression of an elegant, upholstered chair in a timeless design, boasting an A-frame in the back for added support and as signature detail

With its simple, unadorned silhouette and slender profile, Piloti in Stone exudes a unique kind of elegance.

Arno DeClercq

Working with burned wood, patinated steel and rubber, it's no wonder Arno DeClercq has developed such a huge following. Each piece is handcrafted by Arno, making them truly special works of art.

While his objets such as his Goblets and Babel Vase are grand, exaggerated and sculptural, DeClercq's furniture appears to have naturally sprung  from the earth.

Gabriel Scott

A lighting system with infinite interpretations, the LUNA is a synergy of color, shape, and refracted light. Inspired by a lunar halo, the modular light fixture grows in every direction as its assembly system stems horizontally or vertically, stacking color upon color of various blownglass shapes.

Carl Hansen & Søn

A creative partnership sparked in 2016, the collaboration between Austrian design trio EOOS and Carl Hansen & Søn has produced a collection of contemporary classics, now expanded to a full series of dining chairs, dining tables, occasional tables, and a lounge chair following new introductions at Salone del Mobile 2019.

Hollace Cluny is one of Toronto’s premier sources of contemporary design.

Their Midtown showroom (245 Davenport Road) brings together studio created works, limited edition pieces and classic iconic furnishings for the home. Carefully selected and curated, the collection presents the work of talented and accomplished designers in a setting that is warm and welcoming.

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