We end today our curated search for the most extraordinaire limited edition objects of luxury design! Are you passionate about collectable designed pieces? If you are then we highly recommend you take a look at the overall list because any of these products can be the perfect addition to your collection! Here is part X.
Laarman works at the interface of design, art and science, always exploring new materials and innovative technologies. His remarkable work, like Branch Self, is often based on multiple experiments. Laarman has taken part in numerous exhibitions and many of his works are found in the prestigious collections of MoMA, New York, the Centre Pompidou, Paris, and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Dark Angel Armoire is a beautifully textured cabinet. It combines classic lines with the whimsical flutter of wings and rich metal detail. It is a piece of art in the space it occupies. The Dark Angel collection comprises signature pieces of furniture styled in classic colonial lines and trimmed in gold. Whimsical wings lend a note of chic to the essential functionality, transforming each piece into an installation. Sensuously textured in the colour of the night, and as angels do, they linger for eternity with their owners. This fabulous cabinet is made of teakwood and fibreglass.
The striking Boom Boom Burst chandelier by Lindsey Adelman was selected as one of the most powerful contemporary lighting chandeliers. Made in vintage brass with clear and gold foil globes, cobalt spikes and black barnacles, it combines the vintage style with the Medieval flail. This contemporary lighting was conceived by mixing the look of vintage French jewelry — especially the 1930s, the well-known era Lanvin collarettes, with a Medieval flail, and it uses the same essential vocabulary as the Branching series.
The Bentley Cabinet is magnificent credenza or chest with handles inspired by a rare 1950s Bentley spotted on the streets of London by Christopher Guy himself. An incredible original design that can match with any classical decor!
Responsible for designing spaces in popular museums, like the Le Louvre Museum, Mathieu Lehanneur is one designer that we can easily relate to the art world. His work is very artistic and very creative with a modern touch. The Domestic Forest bench is a stunning and powerful stool made with marble that boosts the unique and artsy approach of Lehanneur too all of his creations.
The Pulp Chair is one of the most famous and iconic products designed by Christophe Pillet! This amazing French designer has a clear focus in contemporary design and this Pulp Chair fully embodies this style!
Charles Zana is an icon of French Design. A talented product and interior designer, Charles Zana created across the years a long-standing reputation that speaks for his grandiose passion for modern design. With a strong design collection, Zana uses often his own statement products in his glorious projects and one of the most used and creative pieces is the incredible Julie Sofa! A statement of elegance.
India Mahdavi loves color. We all know that. But she also loves contemporary design and all of her design products (in her own name or in collaboration with brands) follow a more contemporary and the box approach! One good example is the Double Diagonale Table, whose contract version has been featured in several projects designed by Mahdavi herself!
A seat fit for modern-day royalty, this luxurious bench designed by the incredible Kelly Hoppen makes a stunning accent piece for any room from the living room to boudoir. Supported by a sleek, geometric frame of polished stainless steel, the amply cushioned seat is upholstered in a sumptuous, button-tufted, beige linen. less