We are in love with thought and detail based in Melbourne Sabu Studio puts in their furniture and dynamic lighting. No facet seems unexplored, as each piece of wood is reduced to its essence through striking angles and sinuous curves. Every piece of craftsmanship is on display, leaving nothing to hide.
Arc bench The aim is to encourage interaction through tactile and social engagement using its changing forms. The dialogue created encourages physical interaction as the bench adapts and changes to accommodate different social situations and environments.
Recalling to see the light between the trees, Floor lamp Onu brings a sense of the natural world to a space. Through form and symbolism, light gently invites intrigue rather than dominating a space.
Clearly linked to the Onu floor lamp, Onu pendant mimics the same minimal, elegant forms found in nature – only elevated. Projecting a warm light downwards, the pendant luminaire can find its place in many interior applications.
Many curves and complex carpentry techniques define the Pinta stool. Each element is intended to blend into the next and complement each other, creating a form that is both harmonious and elegant.
To learn more about Studio Sabu, visit sabustudio.com.