(PRWEB) October 13, 2011
Pummer® AKA Natural by Design continuously is searching to enhance the existing port folio of contemporary and ‘in-style’ furniture and accessories from around the world.
This year Pummer® is proud to continue to be the exclusive importer of Lambert, Lambert’s line on presenting up to date existing and new products alike this is why Pummer® is dedicated to identify the perfect match of natural, hand made products combined with the utmost health consciousness set in mind.
Lambert fall/winter collection 2011
“New modern country” –personal natural habitat and urban life are the two poles between which modern man walks. This social trend has inspired the furnishing experts at Lambert to combine simplicity and nature into living space with elements of industrial design and classic elegant details. These highly contrastive elements can be found in the current fall/winter collection 2011.
The special charm of rustic oak wood, black, high-quality linoleum and the graphical shape are the secret to the success of the Mondo wardrobe, a predecessor of the City Garden idea in the Lambert Collection. Naxos pots stand out thanks to their unique interplay of material and design. The archaic form is given a natural look thanks to the extravagant Indian slate, which stands out even more due to the greenish grey shimmer of the stone. The glass surface of the vase/lantern Piedro appears as natural stone. Lambert toys with the possibilities of the material here. Copper veins and metal inclusions are evoked from the stone through hairline crack effects in the graphite.
The Malavi pots are definite highlights with or without a flower arrangement. The hand-made metallic body has the shape of an ancient calabash that has been fitted with uneven buffalo horn. A fascinating look that also makes the Cuerno picture frames real eye-catchers.
Much subtler is the Mesa coffee table. Its charming geometry and hand hammered steel legs add elegance to the clear glass plate. It is a solitary that suits any spot.
While nature is slowly preparing for fall and winter, seasonal decoration at home provides a cosy atmosphere. The table is beautifully set with the Gobi under plates. Produced in a sand casting technique the rough surface shows fine tears and hairline cracks making every plate unique. Its especially original look is caused by the natural sand casting surface. Narita hand-woven placemats and table runners made of water hyacinth provide the necessary contrasts with their splash of colours.
Lambert’s interpretation of “urban nature” takes elegance to a higher level as it presents itself in soothingly natural ambience in combination with rural elements. Contrasts balance, merge or complement each other. Elegant natural colours, as well as silver and black, provide the background on which a solid red is vibrantly contrasted.
For the festive season your home should sparkle and shine. Festino glasses are perfect for sparkling champagne or a smooth martini. In an elaborate production process the glass is first mouth-blown in a wooden mould and shaped to perfection; then the glass rim and base are hewn and polished by hand. Finally, small facets are cut in the body of the glass, which is then polished again, before being finished with a liquid metal-platinum glaze. A final furnacing process completes the complicated production of each glass. The result is a festive sheen, and is beautifully supplemented by a Colette bowl, jug and cooler, which have been refined with delicate, matted silver.
The candleholder Brancusi adds an impressive accent. Its large oval spheres were cut out of a glass block with painstaking care and then cut and polished by hand. The natural shine and transparency are proof of the extraordinary quality of this special pillar sculpture.
Its shape adapted to nature and at the same time shaped with curvy elegance, the hurricane lights and candleholders Twist are a definite highlight of this Lambert collection. Produced in a sand casting process, parts of the surface are rough and natural, while the polished and cut flutings provide a soft contrast.