Outdoor-living season is in full swing, and just in time to celebrate the mid-summer peak, The Invisible Collection unveils its new line with designer Kelly Behun.
This particular union marks a unique milestone for the UK-based online platform known for its collaborations with A-list designers and makers: its first partnership with an American creative.
The collection with New York-based Behun is made up of tables and chairs featuring materials including mosaic tile, rope and bleached mahogany designed to live outside or inside and in an array of locales—no matter the aesthetic.
Starting at $5,000, the 12 pieces were inspired by the works of Italian designer Carlo Bugatti and Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi.
Behun, who considers the company’s female leadership by co-founders Isabelle Dubern-Mallevays and Anna Zaoui as a plus in her book, has often sourced from The Invisible Collection’s expertly curated inventory for various projects.
“The edit is so beautiful,” says Behun. “You can go there and shop for your whole house without it looking like you went to one showroom.”
All pieces in the Behun collection are designed in the U.S. and available for order now.