Zara Home and Vincent Van Duysen are collaborating on a collection of home furnishings and accessories that will be available worldwide from 30 June. The first series of pieces by the Belgian designer – the proposals are renewed twice a year – is dedicated to the living, sofas and tables but also lighting, fabrics and objects.
A collaboration that adds a new creative imprint to the Spanish brand and for the first time makes Van Duysen’s designs more accessible. The collection traces the evolution of the designer’s homes in Antwerp, from his living room in the 1980s to his current home, and is distinguished by the use of clean geometries and natural materials, the generous and simple shapes, suitable for any environment.
The collection refers in some ways to the projects of Luis Barragán, Alvar Aalto and Jean-Michel Frank. Sofas and armchairs are inspired by typical British upholstered seating, covered in neutral linen or bouclé fabric, while stools with a modernist attitude are characterised by a suspended leather seat.