Dec 01, 2022
De La Espada - Twenty Five Collection & Anthony Guerrée
A meeting between two collections
De La Espada furniture is where the creativity of some of the world’s leading designers meets the highest level of European craftsmanship.
Two new collections have come to life, now available at Artilleriet: The Twenty Five Collection and Anthony Guerrée for De La Espada. Both collections focus on the home's key furniture: A place to eat, rest, sleep and work.
Specializing in solid wood, De La Espada's expert craftspeople combine advanced technology with handicraft to create truly unique, meaningful objects. Each product is meticulously detailed and engineered to last a lifetime. All made by hand in De La Espada's solar-powered factory in Portugal.
Twenty Five Collection
The Twenty-Five Collection by De La Espada Atelier is a cohesive range of intricately detailed, versatile, and tactile furniture pieces. The pieces are crafted in solid wood and take inspiration from the work of 1930s designers, such as Axel Einar Hjorth and Charlotte Perriand, Dieter Rams, and the Shakers.
The collection ties back to the early beginnings of De La Espada when design, engineering, and production were all performed in-house. It is designed by their new in-house design studio, De La Espada Atelier. The collection's refined aesthetic reflects an international view and nods to Portuguese craft as an ode to the home of De La Espada's dedicated factory.
Anthony Guerrée for De La Espada
The collection by the French Designer Anthony Guerrée for De La Espada is a contemporary range of furniture characterized by its adaptability, functionality, and sculptural style. It’s a collection that tells a story where astronomy and geometry meet and that is designed to convey emotion and, like sculptures, the pieces are intended to be discovered from different angles.
Anthony designed the pieces like an interior designer, considering every detail to ensure a clear connection in their sculptural typology and how the furniture pieces could fit together in an interior setting. The pieces are a tangible and flawless result of the synergy between tradition and innovation, and a play of geometric principles.