Not content with just having a good name to begin with, Faye Toogood has rapidly made a great name for herself on the interiors circuit in recent years, as a stylist and now as a furniture designer, and here at Because we now are hotly anticipating her third furniture collection.
Set to launch during the London Design Festival in September, the collection is called 'Delicate Interference', and will be available exclusively through Phillips de Pury & Company.
Right on trend, as the former Decoration Editor at World of Interiors is apt to be, Delicate Interference "examines the natural, optical force of iridescence" in a range of pieces in bronze, aluminium, steel, glass and resin. By "natural, optical, force of iridescence" we're only guessing that it is channeling the multihued marvels that are butterflies and beetles, rainbows and the likes, but either way the results are very pretty.
The collection comprises a dressing table, a floor light, a wall sconce, an oil resin cube, and a mobile as well as updated versions of the Spade Chair, Spade Stool and Element Table from the second range. The exhibition will be on view to the public from 16 September until 4 October 2011 at the Phillips de Pury space at Claridge's, 45 - 47 Brook Street, London W1.