May 9, 2018

8 Must-Have Products for the Home

Paris-Ming by Maison Dada. 

Designer: Arik Levy for Maison Dada

Product: Paris-Ming

Standout: Painted ash legs support a tinted, tempered-glass tabletop in an East-meets-West reworking of traditional Chinese furniture elements.

Fox by Pedrali. 

Designer: Patrick Norguet for Pedrali

Product: Fox

Standout: The designer’s popular ash side chair gets an update—and an upgrade—its sinuous cut-out polypropylene shell now offered in luxurious leather.

E2H—Earth to Humanity by Vista Alegre.

Designer: Ross Lovegrove for Vista Alegre

Product: E2H—Earth to Humanity

Standout: The Welsh industrial designer revisits the organic,
turistic forms for which he’s known, this time creating a lamp of translucent porcelain.

Picto by Zens. 

Designer: Oki Sato for Zens

Product: Picto

Standout: The Nendo founder’s unusual iron shelving units—in warm gray, matte white, matte black, green, or red—reference Asian calligraphy.

Cipher by Lasvit. 

Designer: Glenn Pushelberg and George Yabu for Lasvit

Product: Cipher

Standout: In Yabu Pushelberg’s urbane take on linear lighting, gold-finished connections join hand-blown crystal components etched with fine striations.

Geoffrey by Ligne Roset.

Designer: Alain Gilles for Ligne Roset

Product: Geoffrey

Standout: The horizontal rail on this 76-inch-high lacquered-steel standing mirror doubles as a clothing rack, while the petite brass-coated tray, for keys or jewelry, adds further functionality.

Cartesio by CC-Tapis. 

Designer: Elena Salmistraro for CC-Tapis

Product: Cartesio

Standout: The 1884 novel Flatland, about a man who lives on a two-dimensional plane and cannot conceive of depth, was the starting point for a geometric rug of hand-knotted Himalayan wool.

Group by SCP. 

Designer: Philippe Malouin for SCP

Product: Group

Standout: The British-Canadian’s compact and curvy swivel chair, upholstered in Kvadrat heathered wool-nylon, boasts the tiniest of footprints.

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