Slideshow: Alphabet launches new Spring furnishings collection
May 25, 2021 | 8:30 am CDT
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The Serra dining room set is handmade from solid white oak. The table is constructed with wood joints to put the legs at the extremities in order to offer more legroom and space. The rounded corners of the tabletop and the legs add softness to the structure. The Serra bench and Serra chair each feature foam padding and textile with a wavy design. 

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The Minuit bed is handmade from solid wood and assembled with a traditional mortise and tenon technique. The bed is available in maple or solid white oak, in various sizes. 

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The Archipel coffee table features a massive white oak tabletop supported by a hand-curved steel base. This table is part of the Archipel living room set, which also features the ottoman of the same name.

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The Dune armchair has generous proportions and inviting armrests. Arranged like geometrical building blocks, the built-in cushions are stuffed with foam layering of various densities.

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The Sud lamp is made from a single piece of solid white oak. The light source is a dimmable LED strip, covered by a light diffuser, for a 50,000 hours operational life.

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MONTREAL – Alphabet, a design studio focused on creating furniture and light fixtures, introduced a 10-piece residential collection characterized by the use of solid oak, including for a pair of new lighting fixtures.

Alphabet describes the pieces making up its new spring collection as “aesthetically elegant, mature and sober.”
 

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