15 Highlights From Denfair 2017

Cherry light by Daniel Emma in collaboration with Petite Friture. Based on the cherry on top of an ice cream, the lamp uses an opal Plexiglas diffuser, which gives off a soft light. Photography copyright Daniel Emma.

Scoop by Stephanie Design. Inspired by an ice cream cone, this American oak pendant light's top, ring, base, and cord can be customized. Photography copyright Stephanie Design.

Jink lounge by Joshua Abel for jr.abel is available in lounge or ottoman versions and a multitude of different fabrics. Photography copyright jr.abel and DENFAIR.

Polar desk lamp by Ross Gardam. A magnetically attached arm allows the disc to rotate to direct light. Photography copyright Ross Gardam and DENFAIR.

Zaza sofa by Charles Wilson Design for King Living features an engineered steel frame with a detachable back and arms and interchangeable legs. Photography copyright King Living Australia.

Ari Day Bed by Australian design studio Something Beginning With. Designed with soft, sweeping curves, the piece was upholstered in Kvadrat Reflex by Raf Simons for its Australian debut. Photography copyright Something Beginning With and DENFAIR.

Heir armchair by Apparentt. Made to order and available in a range of colors and natural tones, this piece is designed and manufactured in Melbourne, Australia. Photography copyright Apparentt and DENFAIR.

Tiller chairs by Melbourne designer Ross Didier. Upholstered with a wide selection of fabrics or leathers, the American oak seating collection takes its name from the pre-industrial tilling plough. Photography copyright Didier and DENFAIR.

Milker 4 tables by David Walley for Yellow Diva. Made from American ash and mild steel, these tables are locally manufactured and assembled to order in Melbourne, Australia. Photography copyright Yellow Diva and DENFAIR.

M coffee table from the Monument Collection by Daniel Boddam. Le Corbusier’s Modulor man and the Golden Ratio inspired the proportions of this piece. Photography copyright Daniel Boddam.

Sound System One by Australian designer Alex Earl. “I like to create objects that don’t reveal themselves until the moment electricity or external forces are brought to them,” he says. Photography copyright Lynton Crabb and Alex Earl.

Hat pendant light by Luke Mills for Melbourne-based studio Lumil marries a glazed ceramic top with a base in powder-coated aluminum. Photography copyright Lumil.

 Matisse low chair by Mr.Fräg Studios. The chair references an artist's easel and palette. Photography copyright Mr.Fräg.

The Nood Co concrete furniture range comprises indoor/outdoor tables, stools, mirrors, and sinks, all designed and manufactured in Australia. Photography copyright Nood Co.

Huggy chair by Antoine Lesur for Maiori, distributed by Obodo. Carefully proportioned, Huggy has no sharp angles and is ultra-light thanks to a body of Aluminim T6. Photography copyright Obodo.

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