With their mantra of creating an ‘Intense way of living’, BRABBU collections take on the forces of design to appeal to the very natures of occupants – in essence to create a customized state of mind. Their products cover the gamut of interior furnishing ranging from casegoods, upholstery lighting and rugs to accessories.
More than mere pieces of furniture the intensity of their design pursuits manipulates innovative material, techniques and creative abandon to trigger memories and strong sensations.
Created by designers, craftsmen and product specialists each piece is hand-tailored and hand crafted. In conveying the spirit and sensations embedded within nature be it textures or scents, BRABBU attempts to unite forces of nature with forces of life.
Bearing the name of the Greek goddess of the rainbow and the colored part of the eye,Iris represents the link between heaven and earth and perceptions on light, shapes and colors. It is enhanced with ebony veneer, details of gold leaf and gloss beige lacquer that alludes to the wings of the goddess.
Materials: Beige high gloss lacquer, high gloss Palisander, golden leaf, high gloss golden leaf, convex mirror.
W 100 cm | 39.37”
D 35 cm | 13.78”
H 100 cm | 39.37”
Sequoia Centre Table
Named after a member of the largest and tallest trees in the world, the different veneer from the table top show the passage of the years, enriched by the texture of the brass bark. The table reveals the beauty of time and force of nature.
Materials: Table top in walnut root veneer with matte finish,base in brass with aged patina
W 100 cm | 39.4”
D 100 cm | 39.4”
H 35 cm | 13.8”
Inspired by the brightest and largest constellations in the sky – the homonymous constellation.
The innovative design is composed of rectangles
and squares made of cast brass finished in copper and placed in a singular arrangement.
Materials: Vintage brass, bronze glass
W 35 cm | 13.7”
D 35 cm | 13.7”
H 120 cm | 47.3”
So named in Inuit mythology, the Polar Bear is regarded the master of bears, that decides the luck of the hunters in the Arctic regions. The design blends the beauty and grandiosity of this animal through the robust body comoposed of white leather. Sink in the tales of Inuit culture while you lounge in its comfort.
Materials: Fabric: Synthetic leather
W 73 cm | 28.7”
D 71 cm | 28”
H 83,3 cm | 32.9”
Agra Dining Table
The namesake of a region in India home to one of the most famous monuments, the Taj Mahal, the design is a tribute to the marble mausoleum. In an impressive display of craftsmanship and elegance, the delicate work of the robust white stone softens the imposing structure, while touches of brass reflect golden warm tones to the polished surface.
Materials: Marble, brass
W 130 cm | 51.2”
D 130 cm | 51.2”
H 78 cm | 30.7”
Namib Desert with its struggle between the Atlantic waters and the desert sands served as the inspiration for the armchair. This invigorating, balanced and curved armchair is a classic, where wood and satin cotton hint at a sublime feeling in its embrace.
Materials: Fabric: Satin cotton
Legs and frame: Black lacker high gloss
W 80 cm | 31.50”
D 90 cm | 35.43”
H 160 cm | 62.99”
This sofa was made to capture the essence of Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis through undulating shapes and smoothness. The word Saari originates from Saariselkä, a village in Lapland, Finland, where it is possible to see the Northern Lights almost every night during the viewing season. Upholstered in velvet and with a vintage brass base, the sofa marks a stirring presence while bringing comfort and elegance to the living room.
Materials: Fabric: Cotton velvet
Base: Vintage brass
W 220 cm | 78.7”
D 90 cm | 35.4”
H 90 cm | 35.4”
Balancing softness and strong personality the design composed of Tilia wood and brushed brass rings, is inspired by the beauty and strength of Padaung women. They wear these rings around the neck since childhood as a statement of beauty and to protect the neck, the center of the soul. The stool fits in perfect harmony with lifestyle rituals.
Materials: Tilia wood and brushed brass
H 45 cm | 17.7”
Ø 30 cm | 11.8”
Composed with brass and leather, the design is inspired by the strength and force of Spartan warriors. Ever warrior’s desire was to return home carrying his hoplon, the golden shield, the symbol of a battle win. This strength is represented in the design through organisation, and accommodates your spaces needs.
Materials: Structure: Antique brushed brass
Drawers: Poplar wood coated with synthetic leather
W 98 cm | 38.6”
D 45 cm | 17.7”
H 209 cm | 82.3”
Koi Dining Table I
Koi carp is a type of fish and is a recurring symbol of Japanese culture, appreciated for its decorative purposes. Much like its natural colour mutations that allow it to adapt, the table tops come in acrylic, glass or marble to choose the right fit for ambiences. The scales with its brass surface, on the sides of the tables shine and reflect much like the sun rays through clear water. Koi is also a Japanese term for love or affection making the carp a symbol of love and friendship
Materials: Brushed brass, acrylic.
W 130 cm | 51.18”
D 130 cm | 51.18”
H 75 cm | 29.53”
A tribute to Mother Earth’s heartbeat, NAZCA sideboard is a depiction of the earth’s tectonic plate movements. Thus conveying a rhythmic design. More specifically NAZCA is a tectonic plate located in the west coast of South America, near Peru, producing volcanic islands. The sideboard is structured with wood and brass.
Materials: Glossy walnut root veneer, interior in ash wood
W 210 cm | 82.7”
D 50 cm | 19.7”
H 90 cm | 35.4”
Luray Side Table
Inspired by the Luray caverns of Shenandoah Valley, the design’s irregular but minimalist shape brings the cavern’s stalactites into urban spaces. The natural and contrasting cavern ambience of warm colours and winter touch is conjured by the cold cast of the brass and bronze glass. Palisander wood veneer of the lower top brings an intensity to this delicate and unique side table.
Materials: Structure in aged brass, tabletops in glossy palisander veneer and bronze glass.
Cay Side Table
This intense and charismatic design depicts nature’s ultimate scream – the lava that flows during a volcanic eruption. Molded by cast brass and bronze glass, its presence in a space exudes strength transferring it to urban lifestyle.
Materials: Table top in bronze, glass, base in brushed brass
Eanda Bar Chair
Named after the matriarch in the Himba tribe from whom children inherit the wealth EANDA barchair matriarch of chairs. Its delicate structure gives an affluent character to a room and the cotton softness is comforting to the touch.
Materials: Fabric: cotton velvet
W 75 cm | 29.5”
D 80 cm | 31.5”
H 160 cm | 63”
Yoho stool illustrates the expansive glaciers and impressive waterfalls of the Yoho National Park in southeastern British Columbia. Named after the Cree word for amazement, Yoho is highlighted by its irregular marble texture on the base, reminiscent of the harsh river currents.The polished marble top imparts a cold yet soft sensation to the touch.
W 32 cm | 12.6”
D 28 cm | 11”
H 42 cm | 16.5”
Turkana is a Nilotic tribe, native to northwest Kenya. Turkana people expanded as a distinct group conquering ethnic nations employing superior tactics of war, weapons, and military organization. This path they have taken is visible on the rug motifs that represent their steps over many years. Hand-tufted wool in the colours of the arid landscapes, bring a touch of the Africa to the living room.
Materials: Hand-tufted dyed wool
W 200 cm | 78.7”
H 300 cm | 118.1”
Trees have been venerated since time immemorial and the roots beneath the soil and branches that rise to the sky are symbolic of linking the underworld, earth and the heavens.
Materials: Hand-knotted natural wool.
W 360 cm | 141.7”
H 400 cm | 157.5”
Apis Dining Table II
The Egyptians consider Honey Bees the tears of the God Ra and the liquor that they produce was connected to gold. The royalty of bees was termed “APIS” in Latin, the main inspiration for this wood and brass dining table. The tabletop reflects the torso of big and ancient trees and the base is inspired by the golden beehives, that together results in a piece of nature translated into a piece of furniture.
Materials: Table top in stained oak with brass details, base in aged brass
W 300 cm | 118.11”
D 300 cm | 118.11”
H 77 cm | 30.31”
Gobi, a cold desert, is known for its hardest arid conditions and is the largest and driest desert in Asia, surrounded by the Mongolian and Chinese mountains The GOBI rectangular hand-tufted tencel rug depicts the extreme and opposite conditions through its dark grey and sandy tones, applied in irregular but incisive shapes. GOBI rug fits well in a sober but strong ambience of a living room or a dining room.
Materials: Hand-tufted tencel
W 200 cm | 78.7”
H 300 cm | 118.1”
Horus Suspension Light
Named after an Egyptian deity Horus, God of the sky and rising sun the suspension light marks an ethereal presence in a living room or entrance hall. The contemporary design unites elements of ambience much like a king. Handmade in brass, the structure is also copper plated and matte black lacquered.
Materials: structure in matt brass with matt black lacquered.
Shaders in matt brass.
W 180 cm | 70.86”
D 150 cm | 59.05”
H 20 cm | 7.87”