19 NOV 2015
Long Weekend Collection – Opens 20 November
We love a long weekend, especially during Summer. There's nothing like dusting off the jandals and taking a trip out to the beach.
Recently we've been excited about the abundance of inspired coastal homes that are taking cues from the humble New Zealand bach. Mr. Bigglesworthy is proud to present a new collection of furniture and design inspired by New Zealand’s unique, beach architecture.
New Zealand is known for an abundance of spectacular beaches and also for the inspired homes we've built next to them.
Mr. Bigglesworthy is proud to present a new collection of furniture inspired by New Zealand's unique modern, coastal architecture.
This new breed of beach house has moved beyond the humble bach and places design at the forefront; clean lines, warm timbers, open spaces and a connection with the natural surroundings are key. The Long Weekend collection sits comfortably within this environment with modernist pieces that offer a simplicity of form and the perfect mixture of sophistication and informality.
Join us for the collection opening instore, Friday 20 and Saturday 21 November. Enjoy a glass of homemade lemonade and seasonal treats to help ease you into the holiday vibe.
All pieces from the collection will also be available online from 10am on Friday, November 20.It's time to get ready for Summer! -
Props – with thanks to WORKSHOP for kindly loaning us Alexander Wang Sandals
Styling by Caroline Moore and Emma Eagle, Photography by Dan Eagle
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