8 Imaginative Home Accessories and Furnishings by Top Designers

Jean-Baptiste Anotin gives a new meaning to “car seat,” and one-of-a-kind customizable light fixtures play with primary colors. Ring in the new year with these inventive home accessories and furnishings by top designers, including bowls inspired by Isamu Noguchi’s ashtray series.

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Ontwerp Onbekend by Vera Meijwaard and Steven Visser of Visser & Meijwaard

pink, orange, and purple blown glass vases by Visser & Meijwaard
Photography by Masha Bakker, made possible by Stimulerings Fonds Creatieve Industrie.

Investigations into corrugated sheet materials by the cofounders of the Dutch studio sparked a colorful series of blown-glass vases, their juicy rippled forms the result of being shaped in modular molds.

Table Basse by Maxime Lis of Manip

an aluminum table by Manip

Mono-materiality and user interaction are the concepts that drove the Paris designer’s elemental table, created from a single scored sheet of anodized aluminum that ships flat for the recipient to bend into 3-D form.

Shou Sugi Ban by Anna Aristova and Roza Gazarian of A Space

an ashtray made of cedar and charred by A Space

An ashtray series by Isamu Noguchi that played with positive and negative space inspired the New York designers’ limited-edition bowls, hand-carved from salvaged Lebanese cedar and treated to the titular Japanese charring treatment.

Ert by Guglielmo Giagnotti and Patrizio Gola of Studioutte

the Ert table, a geometric silhouette made from seven conjoined planks, by Studioutte
Photography by Alessandro Mitola.

The chair, in gloss-lacquered plywood, by the Milanese talents, is a tribute to the De Stijl movement and produced in a limited edition, its assertive geometric silhouette fabri­cated from seven conjoined planks.

No Seat Belt Required by Jean-Baptiste Anotin of Waiting For Ideas

an aluminum chair  with a curved chrome painted seat by Jean-Baptiste Anotin for Waiting For Ideas

A rectilinear aluminum base curiously supports a curvaceous chrome-painted seat (that looks machined but is in fact handmade) in the designer’s tribute to the Paris car shop his great-grandfather founded.

Loop by Paula Terra Bosch of Köllen Design

a rotating wood coatrack by Paula Terra Bosch for Kollen Design

The young Spaniard leveraged a Kickstarter campaign to produce her adjustable floor- or wall-mounted coatrack, its rotating wood units and interstitial metal hooks twisting independently of one another.

Glyph by Kwangho Lee for Hem

a side table with curves that can sit on its side or upright
Photography by Erik Lefvander.
a side table with curves that can sit on its side or upright
Photography by Erik Lefvander.

The South Korean designer joins the brand’s expanding inter­national lineup, proffering this flexible side table that can stand upright or on its side; originally crafted of bronze, it’s now produced in sturdy powder-coated sheet steel.

Modular Ceramic Lamps by Adélie Ducasse of Adélie Ducasse Lighting

modular ceramic lamps in vibrant primary colors

Customize color and form to create a one-of-a-kind sculptural light fixture, handmade in Italy to order (in under 6 weeks) or go with the Paris artist’s suggested shapes and pre­ferred primary palette.

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