Furniture collection Brite Bodies is a “kaleidoscopic nod” to the work of influential creatives

Interior designers Kate Hayes and Krista Sharif have created Brite Bodies, a debut collection of colourful furniture informed by the work of creatives including Vivienne Westwood and Ettore Sottsass.

Brite Bodies comprises 11 designs and is the first furniture range from the eponymous Atlanta-based studio, which was co-founded by Hayes and Sharif.

The Vivienne Pedestal references the work of Vivienne Westwood

Featuring coffee and martini tables as well as home accessories such as candlesticks and ornamental obelisks, the brightly-coloured collection takes cues from the work of some of Hayes and Sharif’s favourite creatives.

The Vivienne Pedestal is a handmade wooden side

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