These Coffee Tables by Draga & Aurel Pay Homage to Neo-Brutalism
An explicit homage to Neo-Brutalism, the Golia coffee tables by Draga Obradovic and Aurel K. Basedow of Draga & Aurel combine two seemingly incompatible materials, resin and cement, to create a perfect match—a love child of Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe, if you will. Sea salt is used to corrode the concrete, a process that accentuates its roughness and dulls its gloss. The resin, by contrast, very much reflects the outside world, the colors seemingly shifting according to available illumination. In one model the resin component sits on top; on the other, it’s to the side, a variation that completely changes the dialogue between the two materials.
Bernhardt Design Introduces Tables by Phat Design Partly Inspired by UFOs
Bernhardt Design introduces the Mix grouping of tables by Phat Design founders Christian Cowper and Claudia Surrage, both just 22 years old. “Jerry asked us to explore every type of occasional table we could imagine, w…
9 Furniture Pieces With Unique Forms
Weird science in furniture. The alchemy of unique forms and artistic patterns.
Atelier de Troupe Launches Château Table Series
A new series of mahogany or walnut tables and chairs that investigate the modularity of the hexagon is the latest from Atelier de Troupe.
6 Homeware Designers to Know
From sculptural candles to embroidered tablecloths, these home accents double as ideal gifts for interior designers.
Call for Submissions: Spring Market Tabloid 2023
Interior Design invites you to participate in our upcoming Spring Market Tabloid, the essential new product resource for spring.
A Closer Look at an Imaginative, Multi-Use Piece by Virgil Abloh and Cassina
See an imaginative piece by the late Virgil Abloh made in collaboration with Cassina, meant to be used as a bench, pouf, or something else.