8 New Products from Top Designers
Welcome fall with these graphic prints and sinuous shapes.
1. B Lamp by Thierry Dreyfus for Les Ateliers Courbet
The sinuous sculptures of 20th-century visionary Constantin Brâncusi inspired the French artist’s ceramic LED lamp, available through the design gallery as an edition of eight.
2. Alfa sofa by Hallgeir Homstvedt and Jonah Takagi for Dims.
Poised atop a quartet of unusually long ash or steel legs, Takagi Homstvedt’s lithe sofa channels the streamlined curves of 1960s Italian automobiles. Vroom!
3. The Bear wallcovering by Colette van den Thillart for Work + Sea.
A canny collaboration with the L.A. designer is a graphic ode to nature that can be digitally printed on waterproof peel-and-stick paper or fire-resistant commercial-grade vinyl.
4. Lazward Center by Farhana and Meherunnisa Asad of Studio Lél
A vibrant 3 ½-foot-squarelapis lazuli surface crowns the brass-frame cocktail table, exhibiting the Peshawar, Pakistan, mother-daughter duo’s mastery of parchin kari, or stone inlay.
5. Artisan Plaster by Anthony D’Argenzio for A-Street Prints
The Zio + Sons founder tapped the wallpaper studio to realize a five-piece collection, yielding a multitude of patterns—including one inspired by a stucco finish.
6. XY by David Kaihoi for Patterson Flynn Martin
Following in the footsteps of his mentor, Miles Redd, the visual artist turned interior designer created Y-shape knotted-wool rugs that can be customized beyond the four colorways on offer.
7. Hannu, Ketut, Gamal, Bridge, and Titik by Caroline Cecil of Caroline Cecil Textiles
The studio creative director sources the linen for her hand-printed eco-friendly textiles from a family of flax farmers in Flanders, Belgium.
8. Abbott by Kate Hayes and Krista Sharif of Brite Bodies
The Atlanta designers’ candy-sweet coffee table is plastered to mimic the powdery texture of Necco Wafers; pair two to create a circular surface.
8 Rugs by Esteemed Designers That Elevate Any Interior
Whether made from recycled candy wrappers or a print reminiscent of Diane Von Furstenberg’s iconic wrap dresses, these rugs are next level creative.
Commune Cofounder Transforms His Paintings into Artful Rugs
Commune cofounder Steven Johanknecht made small-scale paintings at home during the pandemic lockdown which sparked this wave of new rugs for his studio.
These Modernist-Inspired Rugs Make a Statement
Fabrice Juan looks to the work of Modernist French countrymen for the design of these rugs in his self-titled series for Studio by Tai Ping.