Raised in Hong Kong and Canada, Nelson is a New York State licensed architect. He received his Master of Architecture from The University of Waterloo (Canada) in 2004. His highly inventive and sophisticated work with his finger on the pulse of commercial design has caught the attention of major media outlets around the world, including Wallpaper *, Dezeen and ArchDaily. Discover his selection of products!
AddAddGINGA LEATHER ARMCHAIR
Ginga is the swaying movement of Brazilian martial, Capoeira. It is characterized by a flowing movement from one side to the other, and that is what ginga armchair conveys. A design defined by its free-flowing, rhythmic and graceful style. A strong and curvy oak structure with an open natural wood grain.
Ginga is the swaying movement of Brazilian martial art, Capoeira. It is characterized by a flowing movement from one side to the other, and that is what ginga armchair conveys. A design defined by its free-flowing, rhythmic and graceful style. A strong and curvy oak structure with an open natural wood grain.
AddAddSHADOW – TABLE LAMP
SQUARE IN CIRCLE STUDIO
This table lamp was inspired by the Laszlo Moholy-Nagy painting Segments, in which the artist explores the way to represent light and shadows in the form of semi-circles. The lamp's cylindrical base bears a brushed grey metal finish with a semicircular element attached to the top. One side of the semi-circle is crafted from brushed brass, the other from frosted glass.
AddAddTRN light, model F1
The lighting fixture is part of TRN collection. Three dimensional objects inspired by Tarasin painting have a simple calligraphic form so they can play and talk together as if they were letters from a non-existent alphabet. The hand crafted process of glazing ceramics gives the collection a truly unique character. It is finished with brass elements.
Archè, which for the Greeks means origin, is the first of a new series of seats of Imperfettolab designed by Verter Turroni, 2020 - armchair in fibreglass raw material
AddAddDeco object Cocoon
MURR AND WOOF
2021 new collection
AddAddLa Toile Center Table
Not reflecting any explicit object from reality, abstract art evokes emotions from viewers through the use of colors, lines, and shapes. So benefit from the Malabar designers' ability to mix different colors and textures to create a creative composition, this unmissable art-filled center table was conceived. Playful as artistic, living between the design and the art world, viewed from the top, this future classic center table looks like a real abstract hand-painting.
The Trink bar cart represents the fusion of the past and the present. Combining traditional and modern materials. The wood, aluminum and steel make this piece a unique one.