The Covid-19 crisis has undoubtedly highlighted the importance of good design, particularly in our homes. In the year where our abodes have frequently doubled as a workspace or a home gym, well-designed modular furniture has stepped into the spotlight as the answer to flexible living.
Established in 1977 by founder David King, Australian luxury furniture giant King has become synonymous with high-quality furniture pieces that marry form and function. At the core of their designs is their expertise in combining innovative functions with comfort.
“King’s products are enduring, hardworking pieces that reflect a relaxed lifestyle,” says David Hardwick, the head of products at King. “The designs meet the challenge where furniture is both visually pleasing and incredibly comfortable.”
King’s products are enduring, hardworking pieces that reflect a relaxed lifestyle.— David Hardwick, Head of Products at King
Exuding enduring appeal with their stylish forms, the versatile pieces from King have received many plaudits for their cutting-edge designs that can be endlessly modified to suit different needs.
Take the Eto desk, for example. Designed in collaboration with award-winning Australian designer Tom Fereday, the desk is sleekly conceived as a stylish and compact workstation at home—it also features the possibility of integrating wireless charging and interchangeable lighting into the table. Additionally, a slim drawer concealed beneath the tabletop offers easy storage.