The furniture-maker launches its new collection at the Monaco Yacht Show.
Throughout history, humankind developed many concepts to explain how the world is composed. One common theory identified four basic elements: earth, water, air, and fire, collectively known as the classical elements. These elements were independently recognised by cultures across the globe, from Ancient Greece and Babylonia to Persia and Japan, all arriving at the same conclusion.
These classical elements have inspired Silverlining’s new collection of art screens.
“Over the years, we designed many bespoke art screens for our clients, reflecting their interests and aesthetics, with many of the screens made in an array of unusual media, from veneers to leathers, precious metals and mother-of-pearl to even semi-precious stones such as tigers’ eye and malachite. The screens decorate decks of some of the world’s biggest superyachts, walls of private residences across the globe, and offices of the most prominent businesspeople of our time. This year, for the first time, we are launching four, limited edition designs of the art screens, available to purchase by private clients and designers alike, to decorate residences on land and sea” says Mark Boddington, founder of Silverlining Furniture.
“The screens capture the essence of the world around us and the beauty of its elements. From the depths of the oceans to the mysteries of the universe, these decorative art pieces offer a moment of reflection. And they certainly bring an interior to life with unmatched dynamism of the composition and detailed craftsmanship” says Jim Birch, Silverlining’s Head of Design.
The first design from the collection, inspired by the ocean, will be unveiled at the Monaco Yacht Show on the Parvis Piscine Stand PP47.