Wes seating by Tom Fereday launched

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Zenith Interiors has launched a Tom Fereday-designed range of seating, Wes.

Zenith Interiors has launched a Tom Fereday-designed range of seating, Wes. Image: Haydn Cattach

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Zenith Interiors has launched a Tom Fereday-designed range of seating, Wes.

Zenith Interiors has launched a Tom Fereday-designed range of seating, Wes. Image: Haydn Cattach

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Zenith Interiors has launched a Tom Fereday-designed range of seating, Wes.

Zenith Interiors has launched a Tom Fereday-designed range of seating, Wes. Image: Haydn Cattach

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Zenith Interiors has launched a Tom Fereday-designed range of seating, Wes.

Zenith Interiors has launched a Tom Fereday-designed range of seating, Wes. Image: Haydn Cattach

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Zenith Interiors has launched a Tom Fereday-designed range of seating, Wes.

Zenith Interiors has launched a Tom Fereday-designed range of seating, Wes. Image: Haydn Cattach

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Zenith Interiors has launched a Tom Fereday-designed range of seating, Wes.

Zenith Interiors has launched a Tom Fereday-designed range of seating, Wes. Image: Haydn Cattach

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A Tom Fereday-designed range of seating that pays homage to film director Wes Anderson has been launched by The SD Element. The range is available exclusively through Zenith Interiors.

The range marges traditional upholstery techniques with minimal design, and has been hand-fitted over a uniquely designed timber frame.

The entire range is constructed from eco plywood and finished with solid ash legs, natural fabrics and contrasting piping.

For more information, visit zenithinteriors.com/au/.


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