Our products are each meant to be a celebration of systems, layers and materials. Each with its own language and hierarchy - but what if we remove the preconceptions associated with the materials and colors - leaving only the languages of form, structure, light and space?
A simple way to do this is to color it white - giving it a completely different look and feel.
Think about how fresh your kitchen or dining room would look if you revitalized it with some white materials and furnishings.
Modern architects have been doing this for years, (Le Corbusier's Villa Savoye, Richard Meier’s Smith House, Mies van der Rohe Farnsworth House, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim).
The amazing thing about the color white is that it’s never actually white - rather, it results in a wonderful set of gradients, or reflected colors that find a soft contrast with their context.
This winter has inspired us to release several of our products with variations in white. Be sure to see our featured products to see how differently things can look.