With its strong but lightweight frame, the all-aluminium Gap Desk is elegantly striking, with its colourful palette and practical design. It is a funky feature for any studio or home office. A particular design feature is the thermometer shaped groove that has been precision lasered out of the top creating neat solution for cables and wires. The Gap Desk is regularly specified within the hip hotel market but would also add a splash of colour to any home.
The contemporary indoor Trestle Table with matching Stacking Benches adds a shot of brightness to creative studios and indoor spaces. The strong aluminium powder-coated legs can be specified in any colour to create a bold statement beneath the solid ply top. The Trestle Table, in a range of colours, is already being planned as a feature at this year’s Graduate London Fashion Week.
The A-Frame Bench is a stylised take on the traditional English pub bench – brought to life with gorgeous colour and an immaculately powder-coated aluminium finish that is smooth and tactile. As with all Jennifer Newman furniture, the A-Frame Bench can be specified in any colour making it a fun option for the garden. It is a popular choice among architects who colour match to a company’s branding, specifying the A-Frame Benches for the terraces and rooftops of some of the most fashionable offices in London.
Jennifer Newman’s classic Groove Table and Portal Bench in the latest vibrant green brings a slice of early spring into courtyards, terraces and breakout spaces. This season’s green has been chosen for its restful but radiant qualities that balance shades of nature with the built environment. As with the Gap Desk, the Groove Table and Portal bench are made of all-welded aluminium and finished with a high-gloss powder coating that is durable in all conditions. With its strong angular features, this range will please anyone who likes clean lines and classic design.
All furniture will be on show at the Design Factory, Clerkenwell Design Week London 20-22nd May.
Photography by Oliver Perrott
Styling by Lucy Gough