Coco Flip: Honey and Sequence Collections


Website: Coco Flip

Photography: Haydn Cattach

 

This year at Denfair, Coco Flip will be launching their two new collections at stand 511 – Honey and Sequence. The Melbourne based furniture and lighting design studio have taken inspiration from the Art Deco movement for their stand design – two large archway entrances welcome visitors into the V-grove clad stand and a huge circular opening in the ceiling references the architectural work of Roy Grounds.

Established in 2010, Coco Flip is run by Kate Stokes and Haslett Grounds who work closely with local craftspeople and manufacturers to create playful products with depth of character.

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Honey

Honey is a new collection of lighting by Coco Flip, first previewed during Melbourne Design Week, and now available to market. Honey takes cues from the humble honey dipper’s soft curves. The stepped geometric silhouette is a nod to a stylised Art Deco sensibility. Honey is hand made by some of Melbourne’s finest craftspeople – a collaboration with Bendigo Pottery, Charles Sandford and glass artist Amanda Dziedzic.

Offered in slip cast ceramic stoneware, or hand turned American White Oak, a number of glazes and finishes are available. White or pink hand blown glass completes the piece, and provides a soft, diffuse glow. Honey is a sculptural statement piece that celebrates Melbourne’s local artisans and provides a subtle ambient light. Honey is available in three forms – a pendant light, wallsconce and table lamp.

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Sequence

Sequence is a new series of tables and bench seats shown for the first time during Denfair & A.G.M. They are both fun and versatile in nature. In mathematics, a sequence is an enumerated collection of objects in which repetitions are allowed. Sequence features a simple, spun steel leg with a gentle curve that is offered in a number of heights. Sitting solo, in pairs or multiples the cylindrical legs join seamlessly with a shapely, slender top.

The options for sequence are infinite – shape, size, height and colour can all be customised to suit your specific needs. Your move. A set of Sequence coffee tables and side tables will be on display at Denfair stand 511, whilst the Sequence bench seat will be shown offsite at A.G.M. Expo ‘19 – housed at the Meat Market, North Melbourne.

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