The specially curated collection at Heal’s includes a reissued Robin Day classic as well as collections from talented contemporary designers Matthew Hilton, Shin Azumi, Nazanin Kamali, Bill Amberg, Hierve, Robin Day and Marina Bautier.
The iconic 675 chair by British designer Robin Day remains one of the twentieth century’s most recognisable designs more than sixty years after it was designed in 1952. Now available in our licensed and endorsed new production, the 675 chair was recently awarded a Design Guild Mark 2015 by The Furniture Makers’ Company, in what is Robin Day’s centenary year.
British designer Matthew Hilton’s Cross extending table is a sturdy design that seats up to 12, and is accompanied by the Cross sideboard, a robust product with simple modern lines. Hilton’s solid timber Profile chair and space-maximising Theo sofa system offer comfortable seating. Hilton’s Lucent table range is made from translucent, tempered glass designed to be durable enough for modern living.
Nazanin Kamali’s Japanese-influenced Oki-Nami chair and Oki-Nami stool are perfect for sociable dining, while the Celine desk’s compact proportions present a stylish option for those tight on home office space. Kamali’s birch ply and oak veneer Loop floor mirror is also stocked at Heal’s.
The Loku range by Japanese-born designer Shin Azumi uses three-dimensional plywood technology to create an elegant range where comfort is paramount. The Loku chair, Loku bar stool and Loku bar table are available at Heal’s.
The Case collection also offers innovative storage solutions, with Marina Bautier’s simple modular Lap shelving system and the Vitrina tall cabinet by Hierve, a stylish display unit in Oyster White or a striking Water Blue made from solid oak, painted MDF and glass. The Corral leather chair by Bill Amberg and Mantis desk by Samuel Wilkinson complete the range available at Heal’s.
We are really excited to be launching a dedicated space within Heal’s in their Tottenham Court Road Flagship Store. Heal’s have been the vanguard for pioneering quality British furniture for over two centuries and we share their ethos for good design, quality and value.
Case Furniture is open now on the Designer Furniture Floor, second floor at Heal’s Tottenham Court Road.
Case Furniture at Heal’s
196 Tottenham Court Road