8 Standout Products Spotted During Milan Design Week
These products invite us to employ the imagination, from Laura Bohinc’s curvaceous forms to a gravity-defying pendant by Ferruccio Laviani.
Crochet Trio by Clara von Zweigbergk for Gan
Cheery color blocks by the Swedish designer pattern oval rugs stitched together into a long runner, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with crocheted wool fibers.
Big Girl by Laura Bohinc of Bohinc Studio
Curvaceous and cosseting yet bold and adventurous, the foam-padded forms of the scarlet wool-upholstered armchair clasp the body of its inhabitant in the warmest embrace.
Cleo by Vincent Van Duysen for Molteni&C
Want to vege out in syle? The curvilinear shell of this modular sectional with loose pillows looks good from all angles—place it in the center of a room for maximum impact.
Twins by Sebastian Herkner for Emu
The two pieces in this lounge chair set look alike, but their materials are different: One is FSC-certified teak; the other incorporates Emu’s signature aluminum with the wood.
Flair by Gabriele and Oscar Buratti for Gervasoni
Talk about two in one: The outdoor sofa has double-hinged back and armrest modules that can be folded over for a low profile or unfolded for double height.
Tonda by Ferruccio Laviani for Foscarini
The gravity-defying pendant fixture channels Italian Radical Design of the early 1970’s through a blown-glass globe held by a sinuous orbit of an orange metal frame.
Loop by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby for VG&P and Isokon
A quarter century after the debut of their iconic plywood Loop table, the Barber Osgerby cofounders release a blue-tinted anniversary edition.
Kigi by Junpei and Iori Tamaki for Living Divani
The branching oak structures emerging from this clever domestic accessory’s painted-steel base form a coatrack and a handy catch-all tray.
Bohinc Studio Unveils Whimsical Seating Collection
Designer Lara Bohinc’s Afternoon Tea collection celebrates the joyful and indulgent moments of the eponymous ritual.
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‘Tis the season for bright and modern lighting designs.
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Add pizazz to every room with these vibrant and colorful new pieces from leading product designers and artisans.
These Task Chairs by Herman Miller and Studio 7.5 Are Anything But Boring
Herman Miller teams up with Studio 7.5 to create Zeph, a task chair clad in a cheery mid-mod aesthetic with ergonomics at the forefront.
Slalom Serves Up Quiet Moments With These Playful Sound-Absorbing Products
Slalom stands out with zippy hues, fun shapes, and intricate patterns for wall coverings, panels, baffles, and furniture designs.
Clarence House Draws on Seminal Art and Architecture Movements in New Collection
Clarence House’s spring collection, 20th Century, brings together the art and architecture movements of the modern era into textiles.