We continue our search for the most extraordinaire limited edition objects of luxury design! If you are passionate about collectible designed pieces then we highly recommend you take a look at the overall list becauseany of these products can be the perfect fit to your collection! Here is part VIII.
The Intérieur aux Aubergines collection by Maison Matisse is inspired by the eponymous painting by Henri Matisse and designed in partnership with Cristina Celestino. This unique collection provides a rich decorative universe that artfully combines furniture and decorative objects wih a special stand out to the colorful Colette Armchair.
Famed lighting manufacturer Preciosa has a vast range of opulent chandeliers but none quite like the King XL. Warm reflections and a sense of quiet majesty is seen and felt when experiencing King, a luxuriously vibrant piece by Rony Plesl. The geometry and shape of the original Maria Theresa has been completely reimagined into a highly affecting contemporary piece, striking in its simple yet monumental design and bold colour scheme.
KADAMBA GATE MODERN TABLE BY INI ARCHIBONG
Designer Ini Archibong took visual cues from the staggering rock formations of The Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland when creating his Kadamba Gate modern table, which was showcased during London Design Festival. Ini Archibong wanted this modern art design piece to appear as if “reaching from the core of the earth up to the sky”.
The futuristic planetarium collection by Bohinc Studio represents the full force of contemporary designs by this amazing studio that embodies the concept of familiar and yet futuristic design. The statement piece of this colection is the incredible Apollo Armchair, whose innovative design is simply out of this world.
During Paris Design Week 2020, Maison Pouenat launched its first collection with Humbert and Poyet entitled “Metamorphosis,” inspired by the Art Deco movement and designs from the 1950s and 1970s. This colection features pure, clean lines and a resolutely contemporary spirit, brought to life with bespoke craftsmanship both the historic iron maker Maison Pouenat and interior architects Humbert and Poyet are renowned for. A stand out piece? The unique Automat Armchair.
In 2017, French decorating house Pierre Frey acquired one of France’s leading manufacturers of furniture, expanding its range of products. Sam Baron, Pierre Frey’s newly appointed artistic director for furniture, worked with Lebanese designers David Raffoul and Nicolas Moussallem of design studio David/Nicolas to create a new collection entitled Verso Colection. Within this amazing collection that favors wood designs we can find the rather unique Verso Slipper Chair, a combination of an armchair with a cabinet.
This unique handcrafted porcelain lighting sculpture can be customized to suit the dimensions of any hospitality or even residential space. It creates an intimate light and warm, natural atmosphere that sits harmoniously within its architectural environment while reflecting the vision of the architects and interior designers involved. It breathes life and serenity into every environment.
The Jackson Chair by MOOOI is the perfect addition for any luxury office. Designed by Marcel Wanders, the Jackson Chair can make you feel supported, seduced, the protagonist of your own world for a moment. Energized and sustained by the grand backrest, you master the right frame of mind to conquer and create. Just recline the seat and swivel around in your Jackson till you are ready to bounce back to business!
Born from the excellence of Italian design, the Newent sofa joins the Bentley Home collection, a luxury brand of the highest craftsmanship and innovation. The comfort and harmony of the shapes and the expressive design codes of the collection take centre stage in the Newent line as well. The external shell, available in the most prestigious and iconic version Burr Walnut, wraps the curved profile of the sofa revealing changes in an angle that enhance its elegance and tapered shape.
Renders become real in the CROSSFIT collection from Janne Schimmel and Moreno Schweikle, as minimal furniture designs are digitally mashed up with furry, blob-like shapes and finally translated into actual furniture. The statement piece is the Pillow Couch that bolts a strong contemporary look!