Gallery: CABOOM4: BOTANIST Table and Bench Collection

 

Walking around at CABOOM4 this weekend, we were intrigued by the numerous attendees carrying bags from Botanist, and we finally managed to stumble across their display. We are always fond of organic form taking root in recyclable materials and the beautiful Botanist line of end tables, cocktail tables, and benches are a perfect blend of style and substance.

With four finishes durable enough to weather the outdoors and two natural wood veneers for the interior of the house, Botanist gives you a comfortable way to enjoy the outdoors or bring some of the outdoors in. The varying different lengths and color combinations allow you to mix and match to your heart’s content, finding the right grouping to work into your home or patio area. Now if only the aluminum was recycled (instead of just recyclable), and the wood was FSC certified – we’d be happy campers indeed.

A creation of Orange22 Design Lab. Inc, the Botanist collection strives to stay within the founding principles of Orange22, creating well-designed elements where emotions are touched through site, shape, and weight. Design Brandon Lynne explains, “With Botanist, the challenge was in both design and manufacturing. We started with a beautiful form, and worked meticulously to ensure it would be easy for us to manufacture and sell at an appealing price.”

The advance automation techniques used to produce the Botanist series allow Orange22 to remain competitive will manufacturing their products within the US.

+ Botanist + Orange 22 Design Lab, Inc.

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5 Comments

  1. turtlebella April 4, 2007 at 6:46 pm

    yeah, I have to say, their photography is downright inspired!

  2. Aaron Carlsson April 4, 2007 at 1:21 pm

    I too have coveted these for a long time now, as I knew about them prior to release. I worked with one of the design duo, Brandon Lynne while he was still a student intern at General Electric Applicances. I knew he would make his mark in design right then, kudos to Dario and Brandon for brinding such a simple, yet stunning product to market. Congrats.

  3. turtlebella April 4, 2007 at 11:38 am

    I love these too. I have been coveting one in orange for quite some time. I too would be happier if they were made out of recycled aluminum. Then I would probably convince myself that the price was worthwhile and spring for the orange bench.

  4. cally April 4, 2007 at 9:56 am

    Love the many ways they have photographed these!

  5. royalestel April 3, 2007 at 2:46 pm

    Beautiful. Love this.

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