With the conclusion of NYC x Design we take a more comprehensive look at the recent release of products from Canadian based manufacturer Gabriel Scott.
Constructed from the mold-blown glass techniques used for their Harlow series of pendants and chandeliers, Gabriel Scott has introduced a new take on the popular Welles series. The new glass Welles pendants retain the same shape as their former metallic predecessors but offer, as Gabriel Scott describes, "a new type of modular elegance that bridges feminine and masculine sensibilities for a perfect blend of strength and elegance."
The new Glass Welles pendants and chandeliers are available in Alabaster White and Smoked Black and are connected by a metallic armature, which references Gabriel Scott's Prong furniture line. Hardware finish options include Blackened Steel, Satin Brass, Satin Copper and Satin Nickel.
Gabriel Scott's Bardot series of chairs and stools add table, desk and bar height seating options to their available lines for the first time.
The Bardot series features soft toned French leather for the seat cushions resting on matte black steel frames with contrasting hardware in the brand’s signature brass and copper finishes.
With the Tensegrity table series, Gabriel Scott has introduced a complex geometric structure that uses floating compression to suspend the surface.
Gabriel Scott offers the Tensegrity coffee table in round and oval with 1/2 inch Tempered Clear, Smoked-Grey or Bronzed Glass surfaces. Numerous configurations can be achieved by mixing the metal and glass options.
The base options for Tensegrity include powder coated steel, brass or copper.