Sé Collections has pioneered a singular approach to contemporary collectible design. Influenced by the grace and durability of classic furniture, it produces immaculate editions that combine innovative styling with the highest-quality European fabrication.

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Sculptural Side Tables

Sé's distinct sculptural profiles find their expression in our range of timeless and characterful side tables.

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Moirai Lighting, now made in Murano

The Moirai Lighting range by Ini Archibong is now crafted with passion on the magical island of Murano.

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The Grace Sofa

“ Inspired by seashells and the strokes of Botticelli’s The Birth of Venus; designed in hunger for something new but yet very familiar, the Grace Sofa was created for a very special atmosphere that’s mysterious and inviting at the same time.”

Limited Edition Gaea Pendant by Ini Archibong

As part of Sé's Milan Design Week installation SÉ CHIC, Sé unveiled a limited-edition Gaea Pendant by designer Ini Archibong, hand-crafted from Venetian glass and intricately engraved by the master craftsmen of Murano.

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Our production story

To bring our designer's pieces to fruition we use an exclusive register of long-established manufacturers across Europe. Our fascination for materials can be found in each Sé piece, bringing together bronze, ceramic, woods and marbles to create exquisite materials dialogues. Our approach is an ethos of care, one that gets the best from our designers and makers, and which we like to think translates into delight for our clients. Moreover, it means that we can pass true quality on to our clients – and ensures that our work will be as fresh in 100 years time as it is now.

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Sé Chic London

For this year's London Design Festival, Studio Sé unveiled Sé Chic London, an engaging and sensory exhibition set within Gallery Sé. Paying homage to the invitation only underground disco movement of the 1970s, the second instalment of Sé Chic saw the afterparty travel to the capital in an apartment setting created in collaboration with Dedar and Papiers Français.

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