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Trunk Low Cabinet shown in black lacquer

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Trunk Low Cabinet shown in black lacquer

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Trunk Low Cabinet shown in Danish oiled walnut and black painted HDF with a gloss finish

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Trunk Low Cabinet shown in Danish oiled walnut and black painted HDF with a gloss finish

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Trunk Low Cabinet shown in Danish oiled walnut and black painted HDF with a gloss finish - side

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Trunk Low Cabinet shown in Danish oiled walnut and black painted HDF with a gloss finish - back

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Trunk Low Cabinet shown in Danish oiled walnut and black painted HDF with a gloss finish -detail

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Trunk Low Cabinet shown in white oiled oak and black painted HDF with a gloss finish

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Trunk Low Cabinet shown in white oiled oak and black painted HDF with a gloss finish - Storage Box detail

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Trunk Low Cabinet shown in white oiled oak and black painted HDF with a gloss finish - detail

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Frame Sofa, Trunk Low Cabinet, Trio Side Table, and Trio Round Coffee Table with marble top. Photo by Yuki Sugiura.

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The Solo Desk features a thickened desktop that accommodates the three drawers within, while curved edges soften and lighten the volumetric solid. Underneath the desk, on either side, a bar made from brass and timber is suspended below to hang various accessories, including a leather-lined wooden tray that stores and collects your precious objects.

Expanding upon the notions of domesticity that were at the core of the design of the original Solo Chair, this solid wood cabinet has an upright rectilinear form with thoughtful detailing including machined brass handles. Internal shelving optimises organisation.

Expanding upon the notions of domesticity that were at the core of the design of the original Solo Chair, this glass vitrine features curved glass and rounded ends that can integrate harmoniously with other furniture pieces. With large areas of clear glass and even clear glass as shelves, the objects to be displayed within are the main visual highlight, while the narrow wooden profiles and legs are just a simple armature.

The design concept for this small table originates with the idea of a highly flexible and portable object, something that can be moved around effortlessly and used in different situations—as a small working desk by the sofa or as a small side table for a lounge chair. The lightweight brass frame supports a wooden top and extends further upwards in a looped handle-like form, one need only pick it up with one hand and carry it anywhere.

The Solo Bed takes the molded shell form of the original Solo Chair and extends both its width and its length. The gently sloping ergonomic curvature wraps around the head area for a sense of protection and comfort. The wooden legs echo the tilt of the chair’s legs so that the bed platform and headboard sit gently atop.

The Solo Bed takes the molded shell form of the original Solo Chair and extends both its width and its length. The gently sloping ergonomic curvature wraps around the head area for a sense of protection and comfort. The wooden legs echo the tilt of the chair’s legs so that the bed platform and headboard sit gently atop.

Sofa Eight is a continuation of Neri&Hu's exploration of an expressive tectonic language. The main supporting element of the sofa is a traditional wood joinery assemblage of stacking members in the X, Y, and Z-axes, pinned together to form a structural base. The cushioned seating utilises memory foam for comfort while maintaining clean, firm lines. Playing with the notion of modularity, variations on the structure allow for add-ons, such as a side table.

Solo Table is a solid wood dining table with purity of form and material. Designed by neri&hu and manufactured by De La Espada for the neri&hu brand.

The Capo series was initially designed for the Italian restaurant Capo in Shanghai, where the interior design concept was based on a basilica and possessed an old world charm of masonry enclosure appointed with handsomely crafted detailing. The chair series also takes on those qualities of heritage, where the simple and modern form is enriched with tailoring details that evoke old-world sensibilities.

The Capo is a well-balanced equilibrium between sophistication and utility, between classic and contemporary aesthetic.

The Capo series was initially designed for the Italian restaurant Capo in Shanghai, where the interior design concept was based on a basilica and possessed an old world charm of masonry enclosure appointed with handsomely crafted detailing. The chair series also takes on those qualities of heritage, where the simple and modern form is enriched with tailoring details that evoke old-world sensibilities.

The Capo is a well-balanced equilibrium between sophistication and utility, between classic and contemporary aesthetic.

The Capo series was initially designed for the Italian restaurant Capo in Shanghai, where the interior design concept was based on a basilica and possessed an old world charm of masonry enclosure appointed with handsomely crafted detailing. The chair series also takes on those qualities of heritage, where the simple and modern form is enriched with tailoring details that evoke old-world sensibilities.

The Capo is a well-balanced equilibrium between sophistication and utility, between classic and contemporary aesthetic.

The Capo series was initially designed for the Italian restaurant Capo in Shanghai, where the interior design concept was based on a basilica and possessed an old world charm of masonry enclosure appointed with handsomely crafted detailing. The chair series also takes on those qualities of heritage, where the simple and modern form is enriched with tailoring details that evoke old-world sensibilities.

The Capo is a well-balanced equilibrium between sophistication and utility, between classic and contemporary aesthetic.

The Capo Bed is an extension of the Capo series, its simple and modern form enriched with tailoring details that evoke old-world sensibilities.

Capo began as a series of seating, initially designed for the Italian restaurant Capo in Shanghai, where the interior design concept was based on a basilica and possessed an old world charm of masonry enclosure appointed with handsomely crafted detailing.

The Capo is a well-balanced equilibrium between sophistication and utility, between classic and contemporary aesthetic.

The Capo Bed is an extension of the Capo series, its simple and modern form enriched with tailoring details that evoke old-world sensibilities.

Capo began as a series of seating, initially designed for the Italian restaurant Capo in Shanghai, where the interior design concept was based on a basilica and possessed an old world charm of masonry enclosure appointed with handsomely crafted detailing.

The Capo is a well-balanced equilibrium between sophistication and utility, between classic and contemporary aesthetic.

Drape Desk provides visual expression through thoughtful design: the tabletop is articulated as a “drape” that falls over the table legs, lending a sense of continuity to the silhouette. Two drawers tucked underneath run the length of the table. On the back, a flip down door reveals cable management.

The Commune Series is a visual expression of a communal spirit, with multiple legs working together in support. Originally designed for the Das Haus exhibition at the 2015 Cologne Fair, the series was part of Neri&Hu’s vision of the future home as one imbued with ideas of community and a social collective.

The Commune Series is a visual expression of a communal spirit, with multiple legs working together in support. Originally designed for the Das Haus exhibition at the 2015 Cologne Fair, the series was part of Neri&Hu’s vision of the future home as one imbued with ideas of community and a social collective.

Commune Bench is a visual expression of a communal spirit, with multiple legs working together in support. Originally designed for the Das Haus exhibition at the 2015 Cologne Fair, the bench was part of Neri&Hu's vision of the future home as one imbued with ideas of community and a social collective.

Commune Stool is a visual expression of a communal spirit, with multiple legs working together in support. Originally designed for the Das Haus exhibition at the 2015 Cologne Fair, the stool was part of Neri&Hu's vision of the future home as one imbued with ideas of community and a social collective.

The Frame series explores the architectural concept of tectonics, celebrating the art of construction. It was developed with the objective to create a single frame that could serve all the needs of the product such as a base, legs, and decorative feature. Made from solid wood, the frame’s appearance reveals clearly how it is constructed through the visible joinery details. 

The Frame series explores the architectural concept of tectonics, celebrating the art of construction. It was developed with the objective to create a single frame that could serve all the needs of the product such as a base, legs, and decorative feature. Made from solid wood, the frame’s appearance reveals clearly how it is constructed through the visible joinery details.

The Frame series explores the architectural concept of tectonics, celebrating the art of construction. It was developed with the objective to create a single frame that could serve all the needs of the product such as a base, legs, and decorative feature. Made from solid wood, the frame’s appearance reveals clearly how it is constructed through the visible joinery details.

The Frame series explores the architectural concept of tectonics, celebrating the art of construction. It was developed with the objective to create a single frame that could serve all the needs of the product such as a base, legs, and decorative feature. Made from solid wood, the frame’s appearance reveals clearly how it is constructed through the visible joinery details.

The Frame series explores the architectural concept of tectonics, celebrating the art of construction. It was developed with the objective to create a single frame that could serve all the needs of the product such as a base, legs, decorative feature, and even practical support for accessories including trays. Made from solid wood, the frame’s appearance reveals clearly how it is constructed through the visible joinery details.

The Frame series explores the architectural concept of tectonics, celebrating the art of construction. It was developed with the objective to create a single frame that could serve all the needs of the product such as a base, legs, decorative feature, and even practical support for accessories including trays. Made from solid wood, the frame’s appearance reveals clearly how it is constructed through the visible joinery details.

The Frame series explores the architectural concept of tectonics, celebrating the art of construction. It was developed with the objective to create a single frame that could serve all the needs of the product such as a base, legs, decorative feature, and even practical support for accessories including trays. Made from solid wood, the frame’s appearance reveals clearly how it is constructed through the visible joinery details.

This beautifully detailed solid brass tray was designed to attach to the wooden frame of the Frame Sofa, for added flexibility.

Shaker is a dining table inspired by the simple, honest and utilitarian approach of the movement after which it is named. A round tabletop in solid wood or white Carrara marble rests upon a timber leg frame that recalls that of a refectory table. 

Shaker is a dining table inspired by the simple, honest and utilitarian approach of the movement after which it is named. The leg frame recalls that of a refectory table, and includes a brushed brass detail on the cross beam. 

Shaker is a dining table inspired by the simple, honest and utilitarian approach of the movement after which it is named. The leg frame recalls that of a refectory table, and includes a brushed brass detail on the cross beam. 

Shaker Series is inspired by the simple, honest and utilitarian approach of the movement after which it is named. Shaker Back Cushion has careful detailing, attaching to the backrest of Shaker seating with belting leather straps and brass buckles.

Shaker Bench is inspired by the simple, honest and utilitarian approach of the movement after which it is named. Available with or without an upholstered seat. Optional back cushions also available. 

Shaker is a dining chair inspired by the simple, honest and utilitarian approach of the movement after which it is named. The ladder back allows the chair to be hung on the wall, as the Shakers would have done. The seat is upholstered for extra comfort. Optional back cushion also available. 

Shaker is a dining chair, inspired by the simple, honest and utilitarian approach of the movement after which it is named. The ladder back allows the chair to be hung on the wall, as the Shakers would have done. 

Structure Table has a substantial rectilinear form with beautiful detailing.

Lianou Stool is an abstracted representation of an auspicious symbol commonly found in Chinese domestic spaces: lotus root (lian ou), extracted from typical portrayals and adjusted in scale. Sized for versatility, Lianou can also be used as an occasional or end table. 

Zhuzi Table is an abstracted representation of an auspicious symbol commonly found in Chinese domestic spaces: bamboo (zhu zi), extracted from typical portrayals and adjusted in scale. Sized for versatility, Zhuzi can also be used as an occasional or end table. 

Lattice is a light with a form inspired by the lattice work found on traditional Chinese screens. neri&hu took a section of a traditional pattern, altered its scale and reinterpreted its form in solid brass with hand-blown coloured glass globes. 

Trunk Cabinets carry echos of ancient China, when a bride and groom would be given trunks as gifts at their wedding, and bring these trunks, full of personal items, into their new home. 

Trunk Cabinets carry echos of ancient China, when a bride and groom would be given trunks as gifts at their wedding, and bring these trunks, full of personal items, into their new home. Trunk Low Cabinet is a utilitarian design in stunning, luxurious materials. It has three internal compartments, each with a shelf which can be adjusted to three possible heights. One removable solid wood storage box increases storage possibilities.

Inspired by Opium beds which have been in China since the Tang Dynasty, Platform is perfect for lazy Sunday mornings with its generous solid wood frame offering space for cups of tea and books. Storage compartments include a solid brass drawer and a timber compartment beneath a fold out mirror.

Inspired by Opium beds which have been in China since the Tang Dynasty, Platform is perfect for lazy Sunday mornings with its generous solid wood frame offering space for cups of tea and books. Storage compartments include a solid brass drawer and a timber compartment beneath a fold out mirror.

In the past, common bamboo ladders were used as household objects inside and outside country homes in China, functioning as an ever-ready stand for hanging a wide variety of things from tools and cloths to dried food. As a tribute to this utilitarian household symbol, neri&hu used three different ladder proportions to make a set of solid hardwood frames for floor standing mirrors. They lean on the floor in a casual manner, as ladders do, and can be used alone or as an interesting ensemble of many ladders with varying heights on the wall.

Trays function as a surface container for collectables, and this multi-tasking desk/vanity table was designed as two stacking trays on a light wooden frame. Contemporary lifestyles demand furniture to be more mobile and flexible, servicing multiple functions, while remaining lightweight for easy transport. This piece responds to that need, using the analogy of trays on trestles as a point of departure.

Opium beds for communal lounging have been in China since the Tang Dynasty. Neri&Hu took this historic typology and updated it to create Platform, a contemporary sofa with a simple profile. Deep arms form two useful shelves, as well as side tables for books or a cup of tea.

The Trio series is a tectonic exploration where the composition of the table legs is the design focal point. The tables stand on three legs, with each leg attached to another leg with an intermediate horizontal substructure. The tables express a purity of form and material, with the unexpected design focus under the table, where an intricately composed lattice work brings a hidden elegance to the otherwise simple and unassuming table ensemble. The tabletop is stunning in a choice of brass or copper. 

The Trio series is a tectonic exploration where the composition of the table legs is the design focal point. The tables stand on three legs, with each leg attached to another leg with an intermediate horizontal substructure. The tables express a purity of form and material, with the unexpected design focus under the table, where an intricately composed lattice work brings a hidden elegance to the otherwise simple and unassuming table ensemble. The tabletop is stunning in white marble. 

The Trio series is a tectonic exploration where the composition of the table legs is the design focal point. The tables stand on three legs, with each leg attached to another leg with an intermediate horizontal substructure. The tables express a purity of form and material, with the unexpected design focus under the table, where an intricately composed lattice work brings a hidden elegance to the otherwise simple and unassuming table ensemble. 

The Trio series is a tectonic exploration where the composition of the table legs is the design focal point. The tables stand on three legs, with each leg attached to another leg with an intermediate horizontal substructure. The tables express a purity of form and material, with the unexpected design focus under the table, where an intricately composed lattice work brings a hidden elegance to the otherwise simple and unassuming table ensemble.

The Trio series is a tectonic exploration where the composition of the table legs is the design focal point. The tables stand on three legs, with each leg attached to another leg with an intermediate horizontal substructure. The tables express a purity of form and material, with the unexpected design focus under the table, where an intricately composed lattice work brings a hidden elegance to the otherwise simple and unassuming table ensemble.

The Trio series is a tectonic exploration where the composition of the table legs is the design focal point. The tables stand on three legs, with each leg attached to another leg with an intermediate horizontal substructure. The tables express a purity of form and material, with the unexpected design focus under the table, where an intricately composed lattice work brings a hidden elegance to the otherwise simple and unassuming table ensemble. 

The Trio series is a tectonic exploration where the composition of the table legs is the design focal point. The tables stand on three legs, with each leg attached to another leg with an intermediate horizontal substructure. The tables express a purity of form and material, with the unexpected design focus under the table, where an intricately composed lattice work brings a hidden elegance to the otherwise simple and unassuming table ensemble. 

Duet is named for the two flowing lines of timber that form the overall shape of the chair. Originally created as a variation on the classic Thonet bent-wood tradition, the Duet Chair is actually made from a series of carved wood components, joined with mortise and tenon, creating the appearance of continuous curves, while the visible join lines and beautiful grain patterns reveal the chair’s construction.

Duet is named for the two flowing lines of timber that form the overall shape of the chair. Originally created as a variation on the classic Thonet bent-wood tradition, the Duet Chair is actually made from a series of carved wood components, joined with mortise and tenon, creating the appearance of continuous curves, while the visible join lines and beautiful grain patterns reveal the chair’s construction. 

Solo Table is a solid wood dining table with purity of form and material.

Solo Table is a solid wood dining table with purity of form and material. 

Solo Ottoman is the perfect complement to the Solo Lounge Chair, allowing for optimum repose. 

Inspired by the Eames Shell Chair, the Solo Chair is an updated version that transforms the early industrial look of the Eames iconic chair into a sophisticated, comfortable chair that is suitable both in domestic and commercial settings. Solo chair has an upholstered shell that hugs the sitting body to create a microcosmic universe for the person, becoming an object of shelter and refuge, where the person can be “solo” and undisturbed while being hugged in this position. 

Sophisticated and comfortable, Solo Bench works equally well on its own, or as a footstool for Solo Sofa. 

The Solo Sofa is a sophisticated design with an upholstered shell set upon solid wood legs.

Inspired by the Eames Shell Chair, the Solo Bar Stool is an updated version that transforms the early industrial look of the Eames iconic chair into a sophisticated, comfortable bar stool that is suitable both in domestic and commercial settings. Solo Bar Stool has an upholstered shell that hugs the sitting body to create a microcosmic universe for the person, becoming an object of shelter and refuge, where the person can be “solo” and undisturbed while being hugged in this position.

Inspired by the Eames Shell Chair, the Solo Bar Stool is an updated version that transforms the early industrial look of the Eames iconic chair into a sophisticated, comfortable bar stool that is suitable both in domestic and commercial settings. Solo Bar Stool has an upholstered shell that hugs the sitting body to create a microcosmic universe for the person, becoming an object of shelter and refuge, where the person can be “solo” and undisturbed while being hugged in this position.

Inspired by the Eames Shell Chair, the Solo Chair is an updated version that transforms the early industrial look of the Eames iconic chair into a sophisticated, comfortable chair that is suitable both in domestic and commercial settings. Solo  chair has an upholstered shell that hugs the sitting body to create a microcosmic universe for the person, becoming an object of shelter and refuge, where the person can be “solo” and undisturbed while being hugged in this position.

Trunk Cabinets carry echos of ancient China, when a bride and groom would be given trunks as gifts at their wedding, and bring these trunks, full of personal items, into their new home. Trunk Low Cabinet is a utilitarian design in stunning, luxurious materials. It has three internal compartments, each with a shelf which can be adjusted to three possible heights. One removable solid wood storage box increases storage possibilities.

Size

overall (with brass frame)
W220 × D51.5 × H87 cm
W86 2/3 × D20 1/3 × H34 1/4 ”

internal depth 38cm (15")
shelf in central position 21.5cm (8 1/3") from top and bottom

storage box
W50 × D37 × H8.5 cm
W19 3/4 × D14 1/2 × H3 1/3 ”

Specification

Exterior: Available in painted HDF in a choice of our full range of colours with a satin matte or gloss finish. Interior: Available in American black walnut, American white oak, or European Ash in a range of finishes. Legs and frame in brushed brass. Click on 'Materials' in the left hand menu for further information. Internal: three compartments, each with an adjustable shelf. One solid wood storage box included. NOTE 1: Shelves end 6.5cm (2 1/2") from the back panel, to allow the passage of cables when used for audio visual equipment. Two holes in the back panel are also for cable management. NOTE 2: This product is on a longer manufacturing lead time than standard. Product Information: Trunk Cabinet Assembly: Trunk Low Cabinet