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100 Limited Edition Objects of Design – Part IX

Hundred continues the search for the most extraordinaire limited edition objects of luxury design worldwide! If you are passionate about collectible designed pieces then we highly recommend you take a look at the overall list because any of these products can be the perfect fit to your collection! Here is part IX.

 

Read More:  100 Limited Edition Objects of Design – Part VIII

 

CRYSTAL EMPIRE CHANDELIER BY SWAROVSKI LIGHTING

Neoclassical in nature, this draped, leather chandelier’s structure softens the room. Its smooth sheen is punctuated by an iconic Swarovski crystal ring. Its symmetry and proportionality call to those with a modern take and a penchant for history. Often discovered in spiral stairways or over formal dining tables.

 

TOM ROUND COFFEE TABLE BY FRANCIS SULTANA

Francis Sultana understands contemporary design! Besides being a fantastic interior designer, Francis Sultana is also a very talented product designer as this amazing Tom Round coffee table exemplifies! If you are looking to shop for a classic and contemporary round Coffee Table, then this is for you. 

 

MONOCHROME CONSOLE BY BOCA DO LOBO

demonstration of both imagination and strong design skills, combined with exceptional craftsmanship, the Monochrome is a remarkable piece that stands out in any room or setting. One of the most futuristic pieces on Boca do Lobo‘s limited edition, it expresses a leading edge outlook though it’s distinct shape and color. So, Be inspired by Boca do Lobo’s Monochrome Console Table!

 

HELENIA CHANDELIER BY SCHONBECK

Exquisite yet unpretentious, the Helenia chandelier is a classic beauty designed with a unique balance of crystal and artfully cast metals. Slender, elegantly curved arms crafted from low carbon steel convey strength and grace in equal measure while delicate crystals reflect light as only a chandelier can. With its thoughtfully crafted traditional elements, Helenia is a sophisticated focal point for formal entry foyers, dining rooms, and living rooms.

 

MORO CHAIR BY PIERO FORNASETTI

Chair Moro by Piero Fornasetti is selected as one of the best Contemporary Chairs for its unique design and creativity.  The Moro chair by Atelier Fornasetti is lithographically printed and hand-colored. Wood, lacquer, and metal tubular legs design to life this chair that will be the most surprising corner of your house. It was firstly designed in Italy back in 1989. A masterpiece then and a masterpiece now. It’s another groundbreaking achievement in imagination.

 

ALUFOIL CHAIR BY CHRISTOPHER SCHANCK

The contemporary Alufoil Chair by Christopher Schanck was born in 2015 and it is already a renowned piece in the design field. Discarded materials are sculpted, covered in aluminum foil, and then sealed with resin, distorting the design Alufoil chair as sculptural works that while being peculiar, still project their functional goal.

 

88 SECRETS BAR BY NINA ZUPANC

The 88 Secrets Bar by Nika Zupanc for Scarlet Splendour is a bar cabinet inspired by the feminine side of the Universe into luxurious product designThis luxury furniture piece was revealed during this year’s Milan Design Week. The name of this collection, 88 Secrets, is a reference to the 88 constellations in the universe, the designers merged a bit of magic and allure into furniture design.

 

PRESENZE CONSOLE BY STUDIO NUCLEO

Presenze by Studio Nucleo is a console table created for the Nilufar Gallery in Milan and its product design was intended to represent a “ghost of an object”, explains Robino, the director of the Italian design studio. This luxury furniture piece was designed by Piergiorgio Robino and Alice Carlotta Occleppo as a request of the Nilufar Gallery, presented during the Milan Design Week. The Product Design was inspired by the dualism “presence and absence”, “appearance and immateriality” and “historical and afterlife forms”.

 

CARAPACE SIDEBOARD BY MAARTEN BAAS

The Carapace sideboard by Maarten Baas was launched in 2016 at Carpenters Workshop Gallery in New York City. The product design‘s inspiration came from its scientific name Carapace, which defines the protective and decorative shell found on the back of some animals, such as beetles and turtles.

 

ALBERTO CREDENZA CABINET BY RYAN KORBAN

Famous interior designer Ryan Korban is known for his edgy contemporary style and his passion for black & white designs! No wonder one of his most unique and powerful design creations is the Alberto Credenza Cabinet that features a sublime contemporary design with a strong black pallet of tones. 

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