The Ferngully collection is born of fantasy + magic

Originally slated to debut during New York Design Week 2020, That of another person (aka Leah Rings) Ferngully Collection has finally seen the light of day. Presented last month at a two-day exhibition called INTRO/LA at Mack Sennett Studios in Los Angeles, the six art-meets-furniture pieces that make up the collection were inspired by a fantasy rainforest and the magical flora within. Organic shapes, vibrant colors and the unexpected all have their place in Ferngully. Ring’s love for the Memphis Group is evident, as is the playfulness she is known for.

Fermgully Collection

colorful lucite table

nectar table

colorful lucite table

nectar table

high blue etagère

Space Time Etagere

detail of storeyre

Space Time Etagere

colorful sculptural chair and lamp

Dionaea Chair

detail of chair legs

Dionaea Chair

high blue sculptural lamp and pendant lamp

Nymphaea Pendant Lamp + Nymphaea Lamp

high blue sculptural lamp

Nymphaea lamp

detail of pendant lamp

Nymphaea pendant

colorful sculptural mirror

Nepenthes Mirror

colorful sculptural mirror

colorful functional artifacts on display

Fermgully Collection

For more information about Another Human and the Ferngully Collection, visit otherhuman.la.

Kelly Beall is a senior editor at Design Milk. The Pittsburgh-based graphic designer and writer has had a deep love for art and design for as long as she can remember, and loves to share her finds with others. When not distracted by great art and design, she can make a mess in the kitchen, consume as much information as possible, or on the couch with her three pets. Find her @designcrush on social.

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