Sandhelden Launches 3D-Printed Basin Collection
Sandhelden‘s high-touch countertop basins by Carlos del Castillo are 3D-printed in quartz sand. The innovative technology allows for all manner of intricate forms (after all, sand can be manipulated into any shape imaginable!). The Simbiosis collection—so named as a play on the symbiotic relationship between architecture and industrial design—takes advantage of this production mode for its fluting, inspired by ancient Greek columns. The basins come in multiple diameters and shapes, in myriad neutrals plus muted Scandi pastels like arctic blue, mint green, and rose. While the interior of the basin is silky smooth, the outside is rough to the touch, bringing texture and contrast to any bathroom vignette.
Brilliant Blooms by Eny Lee Parker and Studio Iris for Fleurotica
Floral designs from lighting by Eny Lee Parker to a whimsical table by Studio Iris for Fleurotica.
Lindsey Adelman Studio Unveils Paradise Collection
Lindsey Adelman was experiencing wanderlust even before the pandemic hit. In fact, she explained the origins of Lindsey Adelman Studio’s latest collection, Paradise, over FaceTime amid the palm trees of Anguilla, where…
Inside Zanotta House New York
The latest addition to residential-inspired retail, Zanotta House New York, led by Tihany Design managing partner Alessia Genova, is from one of the city’s most seasoned practitioners of statement spaces.