07 NOV 2012

New Day Light - European Collection

Take a walk through a Summer's-day-in-the-life of Mr. Bigglesworthy at the 40 George St Gallery.

Mr. Bigglesworthy has enlivened his home with a fresh selection of furniture from the United Kingdom. All is now ready for brighter weather and Mr. Bigglesworthy warmly invites you to pay him a visit. He has prepared a light cocktail for you, or perhaps you would prefer a glass of fresh orange juice? Let Mr. Bigglesworthy reveal his daily routine as you explore his house. Relax against his king-size Ib Kofod Larsen headboard while reading the morning news. Recline in the kitchen on an Ernest Race Antelope Chair as you drink a long black. Or settle down in the library with a good book in a comfy Ercol armchair. The subscribers-only preview event will be held: Thursday 13 December 6:30pm - 9:30pm 40 George St Gallery, Mt Eden Furniture will go live on our website the following morning. Gallery Opening Hours December 14 - 23 10am - 5pm (Mon - Fri) 10am - 3pm (Sat - Sun) If you would like to join our mailing list or attend the event, email us at hello@mrbigglesworth.co.nz Mr. Bigglesworthy is always dedicated to bringing you the best of International and New Zealand furniture and objects while inspiring you with fresh ideas for interiors. We have collected some of our own inspiration for this upcoming show in a 'Look Book'. We hope you are inspired too. Represented in the collection are pieces by: Lucien Ercolani for Ercol, V.B. Wilkins for G Plan, Ib Kofod Larsen for G Plan, Robert Heritage for Archie Shine, Ernest Race, Uniflex, A.H. McIntosh, Richard Hornby for Fyne Layde, White and Newton, Kai Kristiansen, Frank Guille for Austinsuite, Korup Stolefabrik, Mogens Kold, Arne Norell, Fastrup and Robin Cruikshanks.

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