The aptly named Slow Collection was shot at the dreamy Neuendorf House in Mallorca, designed by John Pawson. Set in an almond grove, with views of sea and mountains, it’s a tranquil, ethereal space that I would happily move straight in to and never want to leave. The architecture is emphatically vertical, with the exaggerated height of the walls dramatised by the narrowness of the doorways, and pigments from the local soil used to tint to render the walls a gloriously dusty reddish coral. It’s the perfect backdrop to the new Slow Collection, which promotes taking time to simply be, at peace with yourself and your surroundings.
It was hard not to share every visual from the new catalogue, such is the breathtaking beauty of the styling by Pernille Vest, and photography by Mikkel Absbol, but below are a few of my favourites. Each image is imbued with a wonderful sense of tranquility and calm, and the soft sun-drenched warm of the coming season.
I don’t have much to add, except that I’d like to crawl inside this world and live there happily, forever..
All photography © Tine K Home. Styling by Pernille Vest / Photography by Mikkel Adsbol.