Charlene Mullen Architect Toaster Panel Pack
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Dualit has collaborated with luxury homeware designer Charlene Mullen, to create striking new panel packs for the Architect toaster and kettle collection.
The design draws on elements from Charlene's existing London collection, featuring iconic landmarks of the city's skyline including Tower Bridge, the London Eye and the River Thames. Charlene's signature red detailing is picked out on the English flag, as well as a cheeky fox resting on the Dualit logo. Expanding the Architect collection to include these iconic London scenes will be a welcome addition for existing and new Architect owners.
Panel packs are available for the Dualit Architect two and four slice toasters, as well as the Dualit Architect Kettle.
From her training in both illustration, print and an established career in the fashion industry, Charlene Mullen has successfully turned her talents to designing luxury homewares. Since the launch of her studio in September 2008 at 100% Design where she made the best newcomer list, she has won international acclaim having work shown in London, Paris, Milan and New York as well as being featured in leading interior design publications worldwide.
Charlene creates unique embroidered textiles mixing traditional techniques with her love of the drawn line. The end product - cushions, throws and lampshades are suitable for residential and commercial projects. Drawing on a wide range of inspiration such as Swiss paper cuts, Stig Lindberg's ceramics, Blackwork, scientific structures, tribal costumes and Gee Bend quilts, she works with master craftsmen in India so each piece is beautifully hand embroidered using tapestry wool to ensure shade, colour fastness and durability.