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Decode is a London-based design and manufacturing company that creates progressive and contemporary furniture and lighting. Their products challenge convention and deliver fresh perspectives on traditional materials, creating pieces that are functional and distinctive.They care about where, how and by whom their products are made, beleiving its important to respect the environment, designers, partners and customers.

Collaboration is at the heart of how the Decode studio works. They're involved in every stage of the production process: from the initial concept, to design, manufacture, distribution and marketing. They collaborate closely with all their designers and also involve the manufacturers in the creative process, and have been lucky enough to work with some of the UK’s best manufacturers. As Decode has grown, they've begun collaborations with specialist manufacturers and artisan producers throughout Europe. Provenance and sustainability will always be just as important to as materials and aesthetics.

CEILING

Ceiling

WALL

Wall

TABLE

Table

Our top Decode picks

Decode Heavy Desk Light
Decode Vessel Flat Cut Pendant
Decode Wire Light Pendant Light
Decode Heavy Suspension Large
Decode VGP-D Pendant

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Fifteen Shades of Grey

13 February 2015 Permalink

To celebrate Valentines Day and the release of the film Fifty Shades of Grey, we thought of no better time than to show you our Grey lighting! From a wide range of tones, sizes, ceiling to table lamps…here is our definitive collection:


fifteen shades of grey lighting moodboard


1. Foscarini Birdie Table Lamp 2. Diesel for Foscarini Gask Pendant 3. &Tradition Copenhagen Small Pendant 4. Tom Dixon Beat Stout Pendant 5. Moooi Lolita Floor Lamp 6. Louis Poulsen AJ Table Lamp 7. Muuto MHY Pendant 8. Moooi Bell Pendant 9. Muuto Cosy Table Lamp 10. Anglepoise Original 1227 11. Decode Heavy Wall Light 12. Foscarini Aplomb Pendant 13. Artemide Melampo Table Lamp 14.  Artemide Tolomeo Pinza 15. Light Years Caravaggio P1 Pendant


Perfect as a gift or to simply add the monochrome style to your living space, one of these Grey showstoppers are sure to please!

Tags: Anglepoise, Artemide, Decode, Diesel with Foscarini, fifty shades of grey, floor lamp, Foscarini, grey, Light Years, Moooi, Muuto, pendant, table lamp, Tom Dixon., &Tradition, wall lamp

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Maison and Objet Key Trends for 2015

31 January 2015 Permalink

maison and objet logo


The Maison and Objet event in Paris is a forecast for interior trends for the year ahead, comparable to Fashion week in Spring/Summer. This year the event has predicted four key trends based upon the popular themes and attention created by the exhibitors and exhibition visitors. The first unsurprising trend is Metallics. Particularly warm toned hues. This choice of metallic finishes has progressively become more popular for a few years now and has gradually filtered even down onto the high street! Here are our picks for the Metallic trend:


maison and objet metallic trend


1 - Kartell Fly Precious Pendants 2 - Tom Dixon Copper Mirror Ball shade 3 - Anglepoise Original 1227 in Chrome 4 - Tom Dixon Base Copper Floor Lamp 5 - &Tradition Utzon in Copper 6 - Terzani Orten’zia Table Lamp in Gold 7 - Foscarini Birdie Table Lamp in Chrome 8 - &Tradition Flowerpot in Copper 9 - Tom Dixon Base Table Lamp in Polish Brass 10 - Kartell Bourgie Copper Table Lamp


Our second trend From Maison and Objet is Hints of Neon, maybe not to everyone’s liking but a just a hint of a bright colour can add a bright cheerful pop of colour into our homes, especially appropriate for the Spring/Summer time. It is a nod to the 90’s as Fashion has also done. Neon has been seen on textiles, furniture, home accessories and also lighting. Be brave and give it a try! Here are our Picks for Neon Trend:


maison and objet neon trend


1 – Artemide Tolomeo Tavolo Micro in orange 2 – Artemide Tolomeo Tavolo Micro in yellow 3 – Vibia Wind Suspension in green or orange 4 – Oluce Canopy 422 in Pink 5 – Kartell Ghost Chairs in assorted colours 6 – Kartell Cindy Table Lamp in orange 7 – Kartell Bourgie Table Lamp in Blue


The third trend on the 2015 forecast is the colour Santorini Blue a shade to provoke a Mediterranean but modern vibe, a shade of blue to create tranquillity and timeless look within a space. These are our Santorini Blue Trend options:


maison and objet santorini blue trend


1 – Flos Miss Sissi Lamp in blue 2 – Kartell Fly Suspension in blue 3 – Kartell Cindy in blue 4 – Artemide Tolomeo Tavolo Micro in blue 5 – &tradition Flowerpot in Blue


Our final trend noted from Maison and Objet is the Natural Minerals, the style has come from the increasing need for eco friendly home fashions and is becoming increasing popular. Aesthetics showcasing a rustic, hand crafted and natural look, often paired with pastel and neutral colours to complete the highly stylish design. Here are our picks from this theme:


maison and objet natural trend


1 – Muuto Wood Table Lamp 2 – Decode Heavy Desk Lamp 3 – Tom Dixon Off Cut Stool 4 – Secto Victo Suspension Lamp 5 – Fabbian Stick Floor Lamp 6 – Santa & Cole Fad Table Lamp

Tags: 2015, Anglepoise, Artemide, Decode, Fabbian, Flos, Foscarini, Interiors, Kartell, Lighting, Maison & Objet, Muuto, Oluce, Santa & Cole, Tom Dixon., &Tradition, trends, Vibia

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Decode Heavy Collection

17 April 2014 Permalink

Decode is a London-based design and manufacturing company who’s products challenge convention and deliver fresh perspectives on traditional materials. The Heavy Light collection includes four sizes of pendants; a wall and a desk light. Heavy Lights offer a fresh perspective on the use of concrete- usually considered an industrial material. Each concrete shade is individually slip-cast and left inverted in the mould to dry for a number of days. This process allows random air pockets and veining develop on the interior of the shade.  These markings vary from one shade to the next and create unique marble- like patterns, which contrast with the shade’s smooth exterior.

Tags: Concrete, Decode, Heavy, London

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