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Posted on 29.03.2018
Welcome back to the dream factory
So here it is. The new collection from Established & Sons under the creative vision of Sebastian Wrong, who has assembled an incredible team of designers, young and old, for his first presentation. The collection has a distinctly european flavour, but with names like ‘Barbican’ for its playful new sofa, and a shoreditch preview launch ahead of it’s Milan debut, the roots are still firmly in London.
Having interviewed the master of pop design, Sebastian Wrong, last year in Milan we were so excited to follow through on that and share this with you. It may be a quieter collection than some might have expected, but it is a grower and the quality of the fabrics and processes on show doesn’t disappoint. The lighting is particularly delicious and all of the pieces are clearly designed for life, with bold graphic illustrations giving a playful nod to how you might live with the pieces.
Milan Preview, Established and Sons (Photo by Peer Lindgreen)
The setting was urban loft, perhaps a nod to the type of spaces best suited to the designs?
A preview in Shoreditch (Photo by 2LG Studio)
Barbican Sofa by Konstantin Grcic for Established and Sons (Photo by 2LG Studio)
A gently swaying paper floor light and a beautifully crafted set of pendant lights in Murano glass.
Light Light by Dimitri Bahler for Established and Sons
Detail of Filigrana Light by Sebastian Wrong (Photo by 2LG Studio)
Delicate stripey glass, giving grown-up home candy vibes.
Filigrana Light by Sebastian Wrong (Photo by Peer Lindgreen)
Filigrana Light by Sebastian Wrong (Photo by 2LG Studio)
Brick red, a signature, feeling very milanese.
Cassette Sofa in brick red by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Established and Sons (Photo by 2LG Studio)