Roy

Roy is a hat tip to the pioneering work of Melbourne architects Roy Grounds and Robin Boyd. It takes its form from the playful intersection of the triangle and rectangle. Roy lays low like a quiet modernist sculpture. The bucket is particularly good at hiding unwanted clutter. Kate uses it to store her knitting.
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Project by Luke Fry featuring our Roy coffee table and Puku ottoman. Image: Mark Forbes. Styling: Bek Sheppard

Project by Luke Fry featuring our Roy coffee table and Puku ottoman. Image: Mark Forbes. Styling: Bek Sheppard

The Roy coffee table & Puku ottomans in old apartment shot by Sean Fennessy for The Design Files

The Roy coffee table & Puku ottomans in old apartment shot by Sean Fennessy for The Design Files

Coco Flip · Roy

We create products with personality, designed to last a lifetime.

The Roy bucket table. Image: Haydn Cattach

The Roy bucket table. Image: Haydn Cattach

Coco Flip · Roy

We create products with personality, designed to last a lifetime.

Coco Flip · Roy

We create products with personality, designed to last a lifetime.

Coco Flip · Roy

Bucket is a minimalist design created by Australia-based designer Coco Flip. The Bucket coffee table contrasts a lightweight concrete compos.

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