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Tag Archives: Alexander Lotersztain
Alex and the product development team at UFL got together to brainstorm pipeline projects and put the finishing touches on collaborative pieces which will be launched to market in the coming months.
With the development of new product comes the bonds that grow from partnership and creative cooperation. The outcome is next-level design; something that wildly exceeds expectations and hurls new product into the market where before there was just the same old.
Alex has been named top 10 most influential designers by Scene Design Quarterly, and one of 100 most influential designers worldwide in &fork by Phaidon. He is the design adviser in a number of government and private projects, regularly presents at design events and conferences, and judges on design panels throughout Australia.
Watch this space…
Prisma, brand new from Derlot in Australia, is a collection of angular lounges and ottomans that can be configured together to create an endless array of shapes. Available in four modules, each Prisma seat has an angular asymmetric form so they can be clustered together. Stacked together they can form long sofas, small armchairs or banks of seating. Their shapes allow them to be positioned in the centre of the room, against the walls or in corners. Small wooden triangular Prisma tables nest neatly into the seats.
We absolutely love Prisma and can’t wait to see it used!
UFL were among thousands of design disciples from across the globe who made the annual pilgrimage to Milano for the 51st Salone del Mobile in April.
We delighted in everything on offer and now take this opportunity to share with you the latest trends and fabulous new products which were launched at the fair. Click here to read our Milano Report 2012.
Our containers are currently arriving by the day and all the new products will be in the showroom from the 1st of October. So come and sit and enjoy everything that is new and fabulous!
Alexander Lotersztain of Derlot launched his new design HAUS, spaces for interaction and conversation, for the Unlimited Asia Pacific Design Triennial in Brisbane, Australia, late last year. Based on the fairy tail ; ‘The Three Little Pigs’, each Haus has its own unique identity, made possible through the collaboration with Euroluce, Corian, Laminex and Bizzaza. Alex has used the various materials to make each HAUS, and of course illuminated by Euroluce’s lighting; Long + Hard by Philippe Starck for FLOS.
Last Thursday evening was the official opening of the Pop-Up showroom in Wellington. Alexander Lotersztain of Derlot, wowed guests with his extraordinary designs and amazing concept stories. We look forward to seeing what he will release next. Thanks to everyone involved – it was a great night!
The showroom will be open until 10 March, so make sure you Pop-In to 103 Thorndon Quay, Wellington.
UFL Group were delighted to be involved in one of the major building projects of 2010, the new Auckland Telecom HQ.
UFL Group worked closely with Warren & Mahoney designers to create fun aesthetics combining a mix of eclectic and classic furniture resulting in a unique corporate environment.
We provided a wide selection of furniture and lighting for the reception area, concierge area and corporate client lounges, as well as workplace and breakout areas, meeting rooms and cafes.
Here is a taste of our product in Telecom…
Photos: Simon Devitt
Twig by Alexander Lotersztain for Derlot, Australia
Alexander Lotersztain’s hot new Hext table featured in the November edition of Wallpaper. Hext is available exclusively from UFL Group. Click here to find out more.
Our clever friend, designer Alexander Lotersztain is most certainly the one to watch. This time his quirky collections caught the eye of Nicole Stock, editor of Urbis. Check out the 7 page spread in the latest edition of Urbis.
Wednesday 24 February was an afternoon showcasing the best in contract furniture, lighting and accessories from Spain, Italy, Japan and Australia, with eclectic design, fine wine, Spanish food and good company.
An educational experience was had by all listening to the concept of stylish sustainable product design from Alexander Lotersztain from DERLOT, Oier Irigaray from ENEA and Sandro Tothill from LZF-LAMPS.
Thanks to all those who made the lunch an amazing success.