Bungalow

Jamie Durie

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Bench with structure made from hardwood, turned, assembled and sanded completely by hand. The three-seat bench features interwoven Utah-style leather strips.Finish: base of oil / natural wax of vegetable origin with pine extracts.

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Jamie Durie

Designer

International award winning designer & author Jamie Durie started his design practice 16 years ago in 1998. Since then he & his team at Durie Design have received over 33 international design awards with his latest design accolade received in May 2014 when he was awarded the New York Design Award for his interior dining chair titled, The Tubular Dining Chair he designed for RIVA 1920.

Although the practice started in the field of landscape architecture, Durie Design has evolved today into a multi-disciplinary design practice in areas of architecture, interior architecture, landscape, & his greatest passion, furniture design.

Durie & his team have created a unique design language & coined it ‘transterior’ & has become well known for creating seamless transitions between the indoors & out. He stands behind his philosophy of taking the outdoors in & the indoors out, & giving the client the ability of having a greater connection to nature in a sophisticated & carefully considered design environment even if furniture takes inspiration from nature.

materials

Wood and finishes
Elm
Whitened oak wax
Oak
Walnut
Cherrywood, oil
Maple
Utah Leather
108 - Noir
107 - Chocolat
106 - Havane
105 - Taupe
104 - Gris Perle
103 - Mattone
102 - Kanyon
101 - Savane

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Natural Living

Each purchaser that buys a Riva 1920 product will receive as a gift a small plant, upon request, to return the favour to nature that originally produced the wood used for the production of the piece of furniture purchased.

 

Picture is for presentation purposes only, therefore it could be not perfectly representative.
Packaging in wooden crate has been replaced with packaging in recycled carton for a lower impact on the environment.

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