The Alce Collection

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Minimalist furniture design with personality.

As part of The Novelties line which features products from different international designers, Spanish brand Missana collaborated with Australian designer Chris Hardy on the Alce furniture collection. Contemporary and elegant, the range offers a new twist on minimalist design. While creating the original concept for the range, the designer focused on three main points: simplicity, individuality, and customization options. The Alce collection blends of all of these features in a refined furniture design.

Bold but minimalist, the sofa and armchairs boast rounded shapes and clean lines. Different elements create striking contrasts while remaining in perfect harmony with each other. The upholstery features beautiful textures, inviting the user to relax in complete comfort. Slender and long, the metallic legs also create a stylized antler shape. To maintain the custom aspect of the collection, the armchairs and sofa come in a range of fabric, finish, and color options. And you don’t even have to be in Europe to upgrade your home’s decor with Missana’s gorgeous designs. The company’s products are available in the US through furniture brand MCONTRAST, an exclusive distributor of Missana in NYC.

While the Alce furniture collection is stylish and versatile, it also shows why the Australian design scene is booming with no signs of slowing down. If you ask us, the range is a great reminder to put Melbourne and Sydney on your travel bucket list. Photographs© Cualiti.

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