Vondom looks forward to interesting novelties. First at Las Vegas and then in Miami, the brand presents a wide range of warm and comfortable collections and accessories, which reflect its Spanish origins. An appealing design, inspired by pure geometrical shapes, can be admired in the proposals that find place within the luxury Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, in occasion of HD Expo.
Let’s start with a prestigious collaboration: Karim Rashid conceived Voxel, a minimal yet voluminous single-piece polypropylene stacking chair.
Among the other seats, Brooklyn is a stool designed by Eugeni Quitllet based on straight lines and curves emulating the New York City Bridge. The designer imagines also Wall Street, a versatile and timeless product usable both for outdoor and indoor spaces. Javier Mariscal is inspired by organic forms for Sabinas chair with sensual curves that recall the undulating curves of a woman or desert landscape.
Faz and Frame, signed by Ramón Esteve, are expanded with new stools and tables; Frame table, with different heights and sizes, features the introduction to a new line of aluminum structures, perfect for places like hotels, restaurants or cafes. The designer ideated also the collection Vela: a modular system with geometric prismatic elements that bases its singularity in the balance of its proportions.
The Delta table by Jorge Pensi Design Studio is made to fit external or interior contemporary spaces. The injected aluminum base and extracted aluminium column make it the ideal piece for open air settings, due to the weather-resistant properties of these materials. Archirivolto is the creator of the chair, armchair, stool and high table of the collection Spritz for Vondom, a perfect mix between the linearity of northern European style and the typical warmth of Mediterranean design.