Auden Desk, a signature piece for any private office
Dakota Jackson masterfully showcases Decca’s reputation for material luxury with a bounty of polished metals, glass, leather and the world’s finest veneers.
Kingsley Glass top dining table (JD-15002), Kingsley Dining Chairs (JD-10004), Kingsley Buffet (JD-13009)
Kingsley Glass Top Square Dining Table (JD-15003), Collette Occasional Chair (JD-10001), Bronte Entertainment Center (JD-13008), Auden Round Mirror (JD-17002)
Detail of the Kingsley Glass top dining table (JD-15002)
Detail of the Kingsley Dining Chair with upholstered back (JD-10003)
Kingsley Wood Top Dining Table (JD-15001)
The Kingsley Dining Table’s mechanism for the side extension is just as simple as its aesthetic. With the masterful combination of Walnut Burl and blackened steel inlays, this table is an unmistakable sculptural statement.
Kingsley Buffet (JD-13009)
Kingsley Buffet comes from the same family as the above extendable dining table. This Buffet has a lovely combination of hand polished figured and burled walnut veneer with blackened steel inlays highlighting the door faces. The doors open to an array of silverware pull-out trays and adjustable shelving. An oval shaped recessed plinth focuses our attention on this most elegant detail.
Cosmopolitan’s occasional seating reveals the softer side of Modernism.
E.E. Tuft Cube Chair (JD-10005)
Dakota for Decca Home offers access of Jackson’s aesthetic to a broader market through a perfect balance of Decca’s sophisticated production technology as applied under the careful direction of the designer.
On the occasion of Spring Design Week 2015, Decca were proud to present the Cosmopolitan collection designed by Dakota Jackson. Dakota joined us from New York, to present the collection and to take part in a panel discussion on furniture design direction. Watch the video below to see what Dakota had to say about this fantastic event.
Decca were excited about launching a new Cosmopolitan collection for Decca Home designed by Dakota Jackson. Watch the video below to see what Gemma had to say about the London Design Week.