Stylex launches fresh colourways with new products
Playing with hues, materials, and textures, Stylex’s new collection of Quick and Still screens, Dela seating and Trim tables places an emphasis on individuality for work, and relaxation.
“Design is not ‘one size fits all,’” says Randi Pastrovic, Stylex’s Vice President of Marketing. “We all live and work in our own individual ways, especially in 2020, and these new lines capture that ethos. Whether carving out a private office space, creating a unique Trim table setup, or picking out a new Dela chair in a colour that simply makes you happy or helps calms you down, we’re excited to see how designers make Stylex products their very own.”
From blush pinks to lemon yellows, Stylex’s colour line was inspired by individuality and dynamic expression. The updated 2020 palette offers five new polypropylene colours: Dusty Pink, Soft Blue, Pale Yellow, Meadow Green, and Sand. The powder coat selection has also been expertly curated with 11 new options that complement existing hues, offering ultimate customization.
Stylex’s new 2020 summer products include:
Available in more than 2,000 standard configurations, the Dela family of chairs and stools are the ultimate chameleons. Its seven models—a task chair; two heights of stools; and lounge and guest chairs with and without arms—can be dressed up or down depending on one’s needs (and budget). Each share a plywood shell and tubular steel frame, with a design that nods to minimalism, the Bauhaus, and Stylex’s storied history of metalwork.
A contemporary take on the classic nesting table, Trim reflects a fluid workspace, with movable furnishings and multipurpose areas replacing fixed design schemes. Designed by Chris Adamick, Trim is available in six widths and seven heights, and comes in a choice of closed or open base. The former, comprising an unbroken, tubular-steel loop, mirrors the size and rounded edges of the table’s surface. The latter is the same, except one corner of the base has been lopped off.
Pumping up texture, colour, and safety, Quick upholstered screens are reconfigurable at a moment’s notice without the use of special tools. These lightweight spatial dividers retrofit an office for density, creating an ad-hoc lounge, or temporarily enforcing greater social distance. Screens can stand alone or be grouped together, with optional casters.
Still screens designed by Fig40 offers the functionality of a traditional panel system with an extra touch of tailored elegance. The collection plays with light, proportion, rhythm, and texture. To increase transparency and allow airflow, screens may be specified with slatted oak or walnut windows. Upholstery options provide further customization, with choices ranging from refined woven textiles to bleach-cleanable fabrics.