Oddity

Cabinet light

solid ash wood brass quartzite

The pie­ce draws on the most repre­sen­ta­ti­ve and costly box-shaped fur­ni­tu­re popu­lar in 17th-century Europe. Decoratively ador­ned with natu­ral sto­ne and brass / cast iron, the pie­ce has hid­den dra­wers and com­part­ments and will be the main featu­re of the room that deter­mi­nes the cha­rac­ter of the spa­ce.

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Column

solid ash wood brass/steel

A pede­stal with a clas­si­cal struc­tu­re and pro­por­tions. Dating back to the anti­qu­ity, this form of fur­ni­tu­re expe­rien­ced a come­back during the Renaissance.
Not unli­ke some of its anti­que pre­de­ces­sors, this Oddity pie­ce has a cup­bo­ard insi­de.

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Little Cabinet

solid ash wood brass

This lit­tle cabi­net from Oddity is an oval inter­pre­ta­tion of the so-called ‘table cabi­net’, or lit­tle boxes with tiny dra­wers and com­part­ments for sto­ring small per­so­nal items, jewel­le­ry, and docu­ments.
Its deco­ra­ti­ve inte­rior hid­den behind sim­ple doors comes as a sur­pri­se. It can be display­ed with its doors shut or open.

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Étagère dark

solid ash wood brass/steel, cast iron

A modern rein­ter­pre­ta­tion of the form of fur­ni­tu­re con­si­sting of a set of open she­lves that ori­gi­na­ted in France in the second half of the 18th cen­tu­ry.
Thanks to the height adju­sta­ble top, the tra­di­tio­nal form can also double as a side table, which gre­atly incre­ases its func­tio­na­li­ty.

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Console light

solid ash wood brass/steel quartzite

The most modern pie­ce in the Oddity col­lec­tion, this stand alo­ne con­so­le table typo­lo­gi­cal­ly draws on the sump­tu­ous pier table desi­gned to be pla­ced aga­inst a wall and often sup­por­ted by a richly sculp­tu­red base ori­gi­na­ted in France and Italy in the late 17th cen­tu­ry.
Thanks to its hid­den dra­wer, the Oddity con­so­le table can easi­ly double as a desk.

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Curule dark

solid ash wood brass/cast iron wool

The essen­ce of the anti­que sty­led form, this curu­le cha­ir draws on the Renaissance Dante seat. Its U-shaped arches come toge­ther in the cen­tre to cre­ate a com­for­ta­ble seat.
The brass deta­iling at the top of the arm­re­sts makes for sub­tle deco­ra­tion, whi­le the brass leg caps lift the form, giving light­ness to it.

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Console dark

solid ash wood brass/steel quartzite

The most modern pie­ce in the Oddity col­lec­tion, this stand alo­ne con­so­le table typo­lo­gi­cal­ly draws on the sump­tu­ous pier table desi­gned to be pla­ced aga­inst a wall and often sup­por­ted by a richly sculp­tu­red base ori­gi­na­ted in France and Italy in the late 17th cen­tu­ry.
Thanks to its hid­den dra­wer, the Oddity con­so­le table can easi­ly double as a desk.

Availability: Furniture to order

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Étagère light

solid ash wood brass/steel, cast iron

A modern rein­ter­pre­ta­tion of the form of fur­ni­tu­re con­si­sting of a set of open she­lves that ori­gi­na­ted in France in the second half of the 18th cen­tu­ry.
Thanks to the height adju­sta­ble top, the tra­di­tio­nal form can also double as a side table, which gre­atly incre­ases its func­tio­na­li­ty.

Availability: Furniture to order

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Cabinet dark

solid ash wood cast iron, seal świętokrzyski stone

The pie­ce draws on the most repre­sen­ta­ti­ve and costly box-shaped fur­ni­tu­re popu­lar in 17th-century Europe. Decoratively ador­ned with natu­ral sto­ne and brass / cast iron, the pie­ce has hid­den dra­wers and com­part­ments and will be the main featu­re of the room that deter­mi­nes the cha­rac­ter of the spa­ce.

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Curule light

solid ash wood brass/cast iron wool

The essen­ce of the anti­que sty­led form, this curu­le cha­ir draws on the Renaissance Dante seat. Its U-shaped arches come toge­ther in the cen­tre to cre­ate a com­for­ta­ble seat.
The brass deta­iling at the top of the arm­re­sts makes for sub­tle deco­ra­tion, whi­le the brass leg caps lift the form, giving light­ness to it.

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