BoConcept, Danish designer interior retail brand, has introduced new products to their collection along with their new catalogue this month. The Aarhus Dining Chair, Adelaide Living Collection, Vancouver Dining Table, Billund Table and Nora Dinnerware are additions to the 2017-218 BoConcept catalogue.
“Over the years BoConcept has constantly evolved with its offerings to its customers adding new product lines to the various spheres of a home. The new launches for the year include varied products with design and functionality at its core in our dining and living collections. We are very excited to enter a new product line with our Nora dinnerware which carries the distinctive design sensibilities to support our two styles – Metropolitan and Scandinavian”, says Mr. Navin Khana, Director, BoConcept India
Adelaide Living Collection – “The Adelaide expands into a complete collection in celebration of BoConcept’s 65th anniversary”
BoConcept is expanding the successful Danish-designed Adelaide dining chair into a complete collection for 2017. Designer Henrik Pedersen shares his thoughts on how the collection came about and what’s at its core. To mark the 65th anniversary of the company, BoConcept is introducing a stylish new collection of furniture inspired by the Adelaide dining chair. The collection extends the Adelaide’s Nordic expression of simplicity into other rooms throughout the home with a sofa, a living chair, a coffee table and a barstool.
“We have transferred the Adelaide dining chair’s simple lines and shapes to the entire Adelaide collection. Its design is quietly confident. It’s easy on the eye and has a natural form and expression. The Adelaide looks like something that is nice to sit in – and that is one of the most important parameters of an international design success” says BoConcept designer Henrik Pedersen.
Since its introduction, the Adelaide dining chair has been one of BoConcept’s signature products, taking classic Danish design heritage and mixing it with a modern Scandinavian twist.“All Adelaide furniture can be mixed and matched, so anyone can create their own expression. You can match your personal style by choosing a soft, chunky sofa or a stylish and refined version of the classic felt” says Henrik Pedersen.
With its characteristic wings, the new Adelaide sofa is available in a wide range of fabrics and leathers. When covered in dark leather or heavy fabrics the sofa has a modern, softer lounge look. The same also applies to the new Adelaide living chair, where besides countless colours and materials, you can also choose from either fixed legs or a centre pin with swivel.The new Adelaide coffee table is both simple and classic in oak or espresso oak versions. Much like the new Adelaide barstool, which is also a natural extension of the dining chair. “The Adelaide barstool matches the variety of seating needs in a modern kitchen. Here you can sit comfortably and stylishly at the higher kitchen table” says Henrik Pedersen.
All the elements in the new Adelaide collection live up to BoConcept’s long-standing commitment to quality, comfort and customisation.
Nora – Dinnerware Collection
Nora dinnerware will be available in two colors; grey and white to cover as widely as possible and support our two styles, Metropolitan and Scandinavian. The grey product selection lets us create a more rustic yet elegant look, whereas the white product selection underlines the Nordic simplicity that appears in the design.
Nora dinnerware is introduced as an Essential Collection item. A timeless yet contemporary design with multiple colour choices and combination possibilities. To catch the consumer’s attention, we have developed a small edition in the same style but with a pattern. The patterned additions will add a personal touch to the dinnerware and create a more interesting look. We offer a gift box with 6 cups, a gift box with 6 plates and a gift box with 4 small bowls in the different patterns. The boxes will be introduced as a limited edition. In the future we might add new editions if we see the need to adapt colours, patterns or materials.
Vancouver Dining Table – “Who says a Dining Table has to be boring?”
With its warm, yet industrial expression, the new Vancouver dining table mixes materials to blend effortlessly into today’s design trends. Vancouver is the newest design in BoConcept’s popular range of dining tables. This angular, minimalistic dining table is comprised of a two-piece top with plank-cut oak or walnut look. The new veneer adds a more natural look and invokes the feeling of sitting at a long, planked table. The table measures 110×240 without extension.
To complete the industrial look, the legs are available in three options: Anthracite metal, white metal, or concrete. The metal legs are sturdy, yet slim. Balancing the heaviness of the table’s look with lightweight support. The concrete legs, which will be available soon, add to the robust feeling of the table top and create an almost monumental expression that is sure to deliver impact in any dining room.
For larger arrangements, an extension can be added to the Vancouver – adding 50cm of additional seating space on each end. Taking the table from 240cm to 340cm and creating room for four extra guests.
Billund Table – “Designed to get the most out of small spaces”
As cities around the world get larger and larger, so does the need for flexible furniture that can adapt to our changing lives.Smaller spaces need smarter furniture that can be used for a variety of occasions. BoConcept’s new Billund table is designed to be flexible and functional – without compromising on quality. It can be used as a dining table for get-togethers, or as a console table or smaller dining table for one or two people.
Billund’s innovative ‘flip-top’ is designed to let the table be folded and pushed against a wall when not in use or when extra space is not needed. This works great as a two-person dining table or small console table. When a larger table top is needed, simply unfold the leg and move the table into place. This smart design gives Billund limitless opportunities in today’s smaller spaces and instantly adds room for up to five people around the table.
The table top is available in white laminate or oak veneer, and the high-quality legs are made from sturdy metal with solid oak feet. The blend of materials provides an elegant, Scandinavian expression that is worthy of the name Billund.
Aarhus Dining chair – “A dining chair should look beautiful from every angle”
The new Aarhus dining chair from BoConcept is made from wood and features intricate joinery details that add an element of sculptural beauty while ensuring a high level of comfort. It tickles the senses in several ways. Made from beautiful moulded wood, the chair comes in both walnut and oak variants.
“Wood is an honest material” says furniture designer Henrik Pedersen, who has designed the Aarhus chair for BoConcept. “It’s a classic material that gives furniture a pure and authentic feel. In addition, wood is a warm material which, with either leather or luxury felt, provides an extremely high level of seating comfort.”
When designing the chair, Henrik Pedersen played extensively with the look. On the back of the chair, a slender tongue elegantly connects the seat and backrest. This expertly executed joinery detail provides strength and adds an element of design to the rear of the chair.
“In my world, a dining chair should look good from every angle. Most of the time you look at the chair from behind when it is pushed in under the dining table. It’s in this context that the detailing on the back makes a lot of sense. In addition, the design helps to improve the chair’s sitting comfort, while the sculptural look piques your curiosity – and makes you want to touch and feel the chair” says Henrik Pedersen.
With its international and timeless look, the Aarhus dining chair exudes a simple Scandinavian style, while having a modern, softer ‘retro deco’ look.