Scheibe Design will be introducing their line of furniture to design co-op and strategy firm Colony. Led by father and son duo Tres and Nate Scheibe, the studio seamlessly blends contemporary design with traditional techniques, resulting in truly unique and distinguishable furniture pieces.
The Roebuck Collection is a beautiful display of minimalism and the pure use of materials. Comprising a bench, credenza, and nightstand, the small yet intentional design details, such as the round pulls seen in each of the four corners, were inspired by the connection points between the sides and top of each piece. The tasteful blend of materials, including wood, stone, leather, and fabric, adds a subtle layer of visual complexity, making the collection both versatile and adaptable to a wide range of spaces.
Completing the series is the Cumberland Collection, featuring a console and coffee table. Co-founder Nate Scheibe was fascinated by the immovable support found in the vertical structures of park playgrounds and aimed to recreate this in his furniture. The substantial size and monolithic quality of the Cumberland Collection’s base formations give it visual heft, while the varying tones of wood add further dimension and interest to its simple leg shape.
“Our design process begins with simple details that guide each collection as it develops. The choice to prioritize these small, simple elements creates a beautiful tension in the construction of each piece,” says Nate Scheibe. “We produce each component to have aesthetic value as well as utility, and we work to reconcile these two principles in both form and material. We hope this collection emphasizes these subtle complexities through these enduring pieces.”
For more information on Scheibe Design, visit goodcolony.com.