Another Country Celebrates Anniversary with 5 Limited Edition Pieces

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Another Country Celebrates Anniversary with 5 Limited Edition Pieces

Originally inspired by the rolling hills, quaint villages, and the steep coastline of Dorset, Another Country is celebrating their fifth anniversary with a collection of five, limited edition pieces from international designers. Taking nod from the beautiful landscape, the items in the Dorset Series feature a neutral palette with cool undertones and organic materials.


Industrial designer David Irwin created two distinct objects for Another Country— the Hardy Chair and Purbeck Buoys. The Hardy chair is inspired by novelist Thomas Hardy, and emphasizes the beauty of family heirlooms. The stone Purbeck Buoys take after bold, colorful floats that are used to mark lobster trap spots in Dorset.


Dorset Series Step Stool 4 by by Catherine Aitkin, Another Country_

Catherine Aitken designed a sturdy oak and brass step stool that’s inspired by the dry stone walls of rural England.

Doreset Series Step Stool 3 by Catherine Aitkin, Another Country_

Dorset Series Step Stool 2 by by Catherine Aitkin, Another Country_

Studio Dessuant Bone _ Dorset 117_2

Designed by Studio Dessuant Bone, the Jurassic Light 117 was inspired by the Durdle Door on the Jurassic Coast. The simple shape of the light keeps its minimal style, and was constructed of Portland stone, which often carries impressions of fossils.

Studio Dessuant Bone _ Dorset 117_4

Dorset Series Glass Vase 2 by Note, Another Country_

Last but not least, Note created Vase in a bright, aqua color and matte finish that’s inspired by the sea glass of the Dorset coast.

Dorset Series Glass Vase by Note, Another Country_

The anniversary collection will be on display during London Design Festival 2015.

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