New Porada Collection

4 January 2023

Porada are well known for their timeless contemporary designs, applying artisan skills and artistic rendering to traditional shapes and silhouettes. Their recent Milan collection was highlighted with bold natural marble patterns, new shapes and classic woods.

Porada Callisto Coffee Table   Porada Matics Glass Sideboard
Pictured above: Callisto Coffee Table and Matics Glass Sideboard

The Callisto Coffee Table sees asymmetric pebble-shapes cut from marble for its table top, supported by a curvy bronzoro lacquered wood base. The table comes in a choice of new-to-the-collection natural marbles including Lapponia Green (pictured) and is available in a selection of varying shapes. Also employing marble for its top, the Matics Glass Sideboard is a beautiful storage piece in solid canaletto walnut with four glass front door panels each with a sleek pewter grey metal edging. Glass internal shelving and dimmable internal lighting complete the design.

Porada Etienne Sofa   Porada Ekero Totem Floor Lamp
Pictured above: Etienne Sofa and Ekero Totem Floor Lamp

Grey pewter metal details are a quietly recurring theme within the collection, and feature elegantly on the feet of the Etienne Sofa. This welcoming design features low lines, square backrest cushions and softly rectangular armrests, in a host of modular compositions ranging from traditional to experimental. The Ekero Totem Floor Lamp is a graceful addition to the Ekero family, featuring a slender grey metal pewter frame on a cylindrical natural marble base. The frame splits into two stylised curves at different heights, supporting a solid canaletto walnut coin tray and a spherical diffuser in white opal frosted glass.

Porada Abby Chair   Porada Gong Mirror
Pictured above: Abby Chair and Gong Mirror 

It wouldn't be a Porada collection without showcasing their longstanding love of working with wood. The Abby Chair displays how beautifully Porada can execute a simple idea, featuring round-ended solid wood legs that support a rounded upholstered seat with curved arms. Lastly the Gong Mirror is a broad, oversized trapezoid shape mirror that makes a feature of its frame. Two solid ash 'legs' in a choice of colour cut unapologetically through the mirror's glass, tapering upwards as it leans into the wall.

Explore the new collection from Porada and invite a contemporary classic into your space.


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