A poetic floor lamp with a design made possible by cutting-edge manufacturing techniques, Cho Light, by young Swiss designer Dimitri Bähler, combines traditional Japanese Washi paper with a breathtakingly thin carbon-fibre rod.
BÄHLER is a name to watch in design and the latest emerging talent to join the Established & Sons roster.
We hold a range of items in stock from all the brands we work with, these focus on product such as dining chairs, coffee tables, side tables, dining tables, lighting, outdoor furniture, beds barstools and a small amount of upholstered items. These can normally be ready for dispatch with in 3 - 4 days as receiving an order.
Made to Order
We work slightly differently to some other retailers where most of our upholstered items are made to order, this way we can produce a product that is unique to you. This process starts with understanding your requirements and our consultants offering furniture solutions that are best suited to you. In terms of fabric there are many possibilities outside of what you just see on this site and we are happy to discuss what will work best for you and your environment.
We strive to keep a selection of our best sellers from the import brands we work with in stock, but to keep this range diverse we aren’t able to hold all items in stock, so a number of our imported items will have lead time out of Europe. We can provide further lead time information during the time of enquiring as this can vary depending on the time of the year.
Japanese Washi Paper
DIA 250mm shade, H1400mm or H1850mm
DIA 500mm shade, H1650mm or H2100mm
Swiss designer Dimitri Bähler launched his own studio in Biel in 2014 and has since been nominated for two Swiss Design Awards, directed a string of workshops and produced pieces for some of the world’s most adventurous design brands. He studied product design at ECAL in Switzerland and at Design Academy Eindhoven in The Netherlands, before moving back to the area he grew up in to launch his practice. Bähler describes his approach as spontaneous, radical and poetic, but with a foundation in substantial material and structural research. In 2016, his experimental ceramics collection VPTC – created to explore the relationship between volumes, patterns, textures and colours by using both digital and traditional tools – was named as the grand prize winner at Biennale Interieur, the respected design biennial in Kortrijk, Belgium.
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