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Wednesday, 18 May 2011

Lee Broom ‘Parq Life’ collection for Deadgood




Lee Broom has designed this oh so pretty collection of parquetry influenced furniture and lighting, cunningly named ‘Parq Life’ for Deadgood.
I’m already totally smitten with the sideboard which I can’t wait to see in the flesh. Thankfully I’ll only have to wait until next Tuesday when the Farmiloe Building opens its doors for Clerkenwell Design Week.
I love that Lee has incorporated the traditional herringbone pattern of parquet flooring into each piece. Made from walnut veneer with brass accents, each one appears to be made from solid wood which gently curves.
The Parq Life collection includes a sideboard, coffee table, lamp and a side table and will be launched on stand SH2 at The Farmiloe Building during Clerkenwell Design Week, 24 to 26 May 2011.


3 comments:

PopArtRockGirlYeah! said...

Great furniture, great name - what a totally brilliant concept, there's no stoppin Mr Broom! :-)

Anonymous said...

One liner joke furniture, designed in a an hour...gone in a year after launch. come on this is not good furniture design

Lucy Hotston said...

I don’t agree. Broom's collection showcases the best of British manufacturing. He’s worked with Aryma marquetry specialists in Powys, Wales and the pieces have been fabricated by JR Cabinet Makers in Folkstone. This furniture is more than likely to stand the test of time. Ultimately what you constitute to be good furniture design is your opinion. The words contained within this blog express mine.

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