Zenith & Lima

Two collections created by top Gloster designer Henrik Pedersen and featured in the Gloster catalogue in recent years are the focus of our first cross-collection pairing. The Lima modular seating pieces ascribe to a bohemian style, with the diverse background and design education of their creator made evident in the use of the variety of materials and scope of arrangements possible with high and low back pieces. The Zenith collection marks the peak of the Gloster design aesthetic, utilising a blend of materials that deliver a simple, striking, and luxurious lounge possibility.

Sway & Dining

With a wide assortment of materials used and the quintessential minimalism of Gloster’s design aesthetic, Sway Dining Chairs make for an innate pairing with nearly every dining table in our catalogue. A Scandinavian style teak base ensures easy partnership with teak-focused dining tables, while powder coated aluminum back supports and arm rests create possibilities to match with dining pieces that share these materials too. Whether paired with the utilitarian Carver collection, the close-to-nature Raw, or anywhere in between, the transferable style of Sway makes it an easy choice for any al fresco dining arrangement.

Archi & Sepal

A longstanding and highly popular entry in the Gloster catalogue, Henrik Pedersen’s Archi collection has been infusing outdoor spaces with style since it’s inception. With a Scandinavian design approach of utility and minimalism combined with an enticing weave of Raven coloured outdoor rope upholstering the back rest and lumbar region, this chair is in equal measures visually striking and comfortable. The Sepal table, a more recent introduction designed by Mark Gabbertas, relies on a similar minimalistic approach to design, with three teak legs supporting a ceramic tabletop bordered with a powder coated aluminum edge ring. Try pairing the Meteor & Nero colour combination on Sepal with Archi’s raven rope to create a subtle and sleek look.

Ryder & Split

Ryder & Split are an oft-paired combination by virtue of their uniquely mirrored geometry. Both the table and chair utilise a split-leg style where centralised support structures branch out to form a sharp-V as the piece comes into contact with the ground. Combinations of Seagull & White or Granite & Meteor slings and frames help Ryder pair easily with the Bianco & White or Nero & Meteor colourways of the Split table to create a sleek and modern dining vignette.

Lima & Deco Block

The angular, squared design of Lima modular seating pieces and lounge chairs form a visually cohesive combination with the Block side and coffee tables. With a seat and tabletop height that is nearly identical, Block coffee tables can act as the centrepiece of a lima modular arrangement while coffee tables make for a sensible companion to the natural teak and wheat-coloured wicker central to Lima’s aesthetic.

William & Whirl

Refined lines, gentle curvature, and innate beauty. Such a description could apply equally to both the Whirl dining table by Henrik Pedersen and Mark Gabbertas’ William dining chair. Described by its creator as “the perfect template for creating a place where you can come together and communicate freely,” the Whirl table’s circular design is self-sufficient and all encompassing. So too is the meteor-coloured frame of the William chair that has no start or end point, but rather flows continuously around a contoured seat of teak slats.