For this year’s Milan Design Week, Hem created a unique space to welcome design enthusiasts from around the globe. From this special platform, we unveiled a range of new 2019 designs, including the impressive Max Table by Max Lamb and the Kendo Chair Family by LucidiPevere as well as our very first decorative accessory collection by “Supergroup” John Booth and Ian McIntyre.
In conjunction with Salone del Mobile 2019, Hem will unveil a handful of news in a bespoke Gallery & Garden space, among them the latest collaboration with Max Lamb and the preview of the new Kendo Chair Family by Lucidi Pevere.
Here at Hem, we love seeing our products in new environments. We’re excited to share a special project that features Hem items— the first brick and mortar location of Freeland Spirits, one of the few women-led distilleries in history.
We are thrilled to announce that Hem has opened its first permanent US showroom! Located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, our new industrial space is shared with Madera, an independent design brand that provides curated hardwood selections to the architecture and design community.
It’s that time of year again; the clocks went back long ago, and everyone is still joyful from holidays filled with long winter walks and warm nights by the fire. With the shortest day just passed, the precious winter light begins to make magic with the objects it falls upon. Shadows lengthen, and sharp contrasts appear as the sun plays with the passage of time.
Made exclusively for Hem’s London Pop-Up Store, the eye-catching pink counter stands in contrast to the shop’s raw, industrial space, blurring lines between hard and soft. Read the story behind the one-off piece created by design studio Soft Baroque for Hem’s Pop-Up Shop!