Axolotl and Evostyle bring you Anomaly, a new era in furniture design. Anomaly represents only the most innovative Australian design through a showcase of unique furniture, homewares and lighting.
Select Australian architects and designers have rendered raw materials of concrete, timber and metal into an exciting, original design aesthetic not previously available in the local market. What they have created has only been made possible through the unique technologies offered by both Axolotl and Evostyle, who are already regarded as pioneers in surfaces and manufacturing.
Each product is carefully finished to the meticulous standards that reflect the craftsmanship and quality that will come to be synonymous with the brand. Each piece a conceptual anomaly in its intended surprise, whilst the irregularity and unique design markings in many of the pieces intended to give each object character that is so often missing in the mass manufactured.
All pieces are intentionally, and proudly, Australian designed and manufactured.
The designers selected to launch the brand include David Caon, Matthew Sheargold, Philip Chia, Adam Cornish, David Knott, Facet Studio and Ben Wahrlich. New designs by emerging and established designers in a range of design fields will follow throughout the next 12 months and beyond.
The inaugural launch held in Darlinghurst was embraced by the local design community. "I was very impressed with the high standard, quality, design and manufacture. It certainly sets a tone for the international scene." said Darren Palmer. "The market has been in need of this type of innovation for some time."
To see the Anomaly range please visit the Anomaly pop up showroom – 104 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst (cnr Palmer St) until 21 November, open Tuesday to Friday 11-6pm and Saturday 12-4pm.