Agrippa furniture’s previously known as Camus is designed with the conviction to find something beyond geometry. They seek the origin of certain feelings, linked to sensory experiences. Strange alchemy occurs inside us when we see and touch certain things. Their furniture’s are designed in certain way where they are to be seen, touched and above all to feel. Putting a face to dreams is what they believe in. Their designs are handcrafted, with all rigor and perfection of craftsmanship. The experience and love for the profession that some artisans treasure is a priceless heritage that they believe in preserving and promoting. We will be witnessing some of their mesmerising furniture pieces through this blog.
Made with solid American walnut, Esgrima Console utilizes the naturalistic concept of simple shapes joining to create a sum of beautiful unison.
Who would imagine a furniture in the form of a couple? Well Agrippa has in its bouquet a furniture set which acts like one.
Agrippa and Agrippina make virtue of frailty and explore the concept of a couple as a matter of design.
The male-female duality is present in its multiple positions. The pair of assassins ready for action from the top of the sky. We can also see identical twins with a slight difference in size that mark their quadrupedal step with military discipline.
Agrippa and Agrippina, two tables ready to walk, fly and make love at any time.
The Isadora Lounge Chair features a sculptural solid American walnut frame. The beautiful pitch and the curve back wraps around the body like a glove. The resilient seat gives great support while also keeping maintaining its shape with a taut finish. The back has a sculptural shaped support which gives it a beautiful look on all sides.
The MD & Creative Head of Spacio Furniture Mr. Navin Kanodia says “Furniture is the amalgamation of art and craft for me. What separates Agrippa from the rest is that you can actually feel their furniture where the law of geometry is defied in order to create something so beautiful that your jaw literally drops. Quirky and classy that’s how I would like to define Agrippa furniture.”