Cut into the Tasmanian countryside, close to the panoramic coastal landscape of Marion Bay, is Van Bone. Set to become one of Australia’s most exciting dining destinations, Van Bone is a small-scale country restaurant with a minimal intervention ethos and carefully crafted architecture.
“I wanted to create a robust product that would work seamlessly in the home, hospitality, and ofﬁce. I liked the idea of unexpected light and simple frame that could be offset by a technically challenging backrest, to add a sense of modern craftsmanship.”
Simon James, designer
The Kashmir collection is an exercise in the essential and speaks in low volume, it’s steel frame references a simplicity from the past which is offset by a tailored back-rest. These refined details envelop the sitter and provide generous comfort and support in all positions. Circular stitching details incorporated into the backrest give these pieces a strong sense of modern craftsmanship. This collection will perform equally as well in an office cafe or home.