We’re excited to be working again with our partners at Street & Garden Furniture, as well as the fantastic group of Australian designers at Quench, who exhibited last year at the Dwell on Design event in Los Angeles. This year’s show, billed as America’s largest modern design event, takes place on June 20-21st at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
This year we’ll be integrating some of Quench’s newest designs into the Tournesol Siteworks line. The planter series above is the most recent design from Surya Graf, who also designed our Northlakes Collection of benches & tables for Street & Garden Furniture. The Zest pot combines a natural egg form with a surprise reveal element.
David Shaw, designer of last year’s Flow Bench and principal of Street & Garden, will be showing up with a new seat design as well as a new ADA-compliant drinking fountain. We’ve been pleasantly surprised by the enthusiastic response to his Flipper fountain, and expect the same from this one!
Alexander Lotersztain, designer of the popular TWIG bench, has come up with the BASE table/stool set for casual outdoor dining and cafe use. Durable yet fun, the base is available in a contrasting color to the tabletop element.
The Buzz bench below, by Jason Bird of Luxxbox in Brisbane, combines a bench with a bike rack for ultimate versatility. The asymmetric bench can be connected in several different ways, which allows for maximum utility.
Jason just had his “South Chair” design accepted on the short list for the Battery Conservancy Americas Design Competition “Draw up a Chair” in NYC, from over 650 entries! Congratulations to him – we’re very pleased to be working with Luxxbox.
You can come by our booth, #1509, at the Dwell on Design show to see these products (and more), and meet their Australian designers. Our collaboration with the Aussies is picking up speed – and the best is yet to come!