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While in London for the Design Festival 2016 we dropped by the Deadgood stand in Design Junction. It is always great to see new products in person, and these new products certainly did not disappoint.
Deadgood Co-Founder and Director Dan Ziglam explained ‘We use an eclectic mix of materials including timber, metal and upholstery amongst others and are constantly exploring new ideas, materials and technologies. We want to keep the range fresh and continually experiment to create a timeless collection of cutting edge future design classics.”
Take a look at some of the standout pieces for us:
The Naked Collection featured in the ‘Secret Garden’ at Design Junction, this collection works both indoor and outdoor – flexibility is key.
The Scafell sofa designed in-house at Deadgood and is simple and modular in its form. With six different seating options, low back, two different headrest heights, optional arms and with multiple configuration options, the opportunities are endless.
Taking inspiration from home life and the kitchen table if the Tree Table and Bench taking inspiration from home life, this has a farmhouse feel to it. Interestingly the soft cushion on the bench creates a softer feel to the bench. The tree table is available in a range of sizes and in a modern fresh colour palette.
Deadgood is a British furniture manufacturer; their goal is to produce fresh contemporary furniture and lighting suitable for commercial, hospitality and residential projects. Deadgood is designed and produced in Britain and over the last 10 years have been dedicated to creating unique products that have a unique sense of fun, quality and longevity.