News from &tradition

Spring is in the air and Danish brand &tradition is coming up with some lovely novelties like the Amore Mirrors (picture above), inspired by Arne Jacobsen’s SAS Royal Hotel, capture the reflections, changes of light and rhythm outside your window – inside. I love the fact that you arrange the set of three mirrors in descending widths in different ways – horizontally or vertically and create a unique composition for your living room or an upscale lounge or lobby.


The Develius Sofa is the epitome of lounging in luxury. Conceived by Dutch designer Edward van Vliet, the shape is actually a composition of three enormous cushions. An ultra modern expression of a modular sofa, allowing you to arrange the various components to create a very personal sofa.



Another favourite is the Pavilion Chaira stackable chair with a light, lyrical and graceful silhouette. The slim arms and legs exude an airy feeling, matched by a gentle curvature of the veneer seat and back. Available with or without armrests, the choice of wood veneer or versions upholstered in a variety of textiles or leather types allows for a personal touch in an endearing design that doesn’t impose itself on its surroundings.



The Loafer Lounge Chair was designed when the SAS Royal Hotel turned to Space Copenhagen founders Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützou to design a chair that would look lovely in the hotel – and actually anywhere. Whether for an exclusive hotel, club or lounge, or a private living space, Loafer offers the ultimate in luxury. You can feel comfortable alone in your own world and equally at ease conversing with others, with several Loafers clustered together.

Beside the Loafer Lounge Chair you find the Lato Sidetable. At first glance, Lato resembles a sculpture, with its slim, oval or round table top balanced by an oval-shaped base. The initial inspiration for Lato started with the idea of a lollipop turned upside down.

Last but not least, the Journey Lamp! After pursuing various configurations joining a sphere and a rectangle, this lesson in geometry led designer Signe Hytte to a beautifully balanced lamp embracing both. Cradled in the curve of its upright rectangular base, the sphere, when lit, conjures up the feeling of a full moon. And with the dimmer function, it’s a lamp that lets you adjust the atmosphere to suit your mood.

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