Capra Designs have always been influenced by the lines, shapes and simplicity of Mid-Century Modern design. This is however the first time they've found themselves concentrating on this era of design in the harsh desert climate of Palm Springs. Desert Modernism, along with the early 1970's has underpinned the tone of their newest collection, Back to nature. In this collection Capra Designs have embraced sleek lines, simple shapes and earthy desert colours.
Capra Designs newest collection, titled Match Stick, has a strong focus on surface design.
The name speaks to the the sticks of copper and zinc inlayed into the resin surface.
The result is a sumptuous finish coupled with luxurious colours that could be used as neutrals or features in any home. Colour has always played a major part in Capra Designs collections.
The collections designers, Thomas Wilson and Bianca Lambert continue to give great value to the design and experimentation process as they expand their range of homewares.
ROCY ROAD COLLECTION
Rocky Road is an apt name for this collection being that it incorporates layered colours and texture and conjures thoughts of the fun and festive seasons.
This collection has new and surprising twists to some old favourites while maintaining Capra Designs signature designs, colours and finishes.
Their range of products continues to increase with their debut textile range developed in collaboration with Byron Bay textile designer, Anna Sassi.
A FAMILY AFAIR
Six months post launch Capra Designs release their second collection. This collection further explores Bianca's love for colour combination and resin pour techniques and Tom's artistry with metal fabrication and design.
One month after their baby boy Banjo was born, Bianca Lambert and Thomas Wilson launch the new Melbourne design studio Capra Designs. Their debut range includes handmade resin plant pots, metal plant stands and hanging planters.