WOHA launch new homeware brand WOHAbeing at Maison&Objet 2017 - architecture and design

WOHA launch new homeware brand WOHAbeing at Maison&Objet 2017



WOHA co-founders Richard Hassel and Wong Mun Summ explain why they have launched a new homeware brand in this movie, which Dezeen filmed for the Singapore-based architecture studio at Maison&Objet in Paris.

Called WOHAbeing, the new brand launched at the Maison&Objet trade fair with new ranges of furniture and lighting products, as well as collections of rugs, bathware and tableware.

"Over the last 20 years, we have done a lot of hospitality projects and we always had people wanting to bring home a part of the project with them," Wong says in the movie.

"Now we want to offer people a piece of our environment that they can actually bring back home."

The new brand currently has two main furniture and lighting collections, called Bintan and Ulu.
The Bintan range, which is named after a tropical Island off the coast of Singapore, features moulded plywood furniture upholstered with colourful patterned fabrics. The chairs and tables in the collection are available with chunky wooden legs or more slender metal bases.

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