OUR WINTER THEME ‘PROJECTION’ DECLINED FOR THE HOME MARKET
The house classics are filtered through a futuristic, elementary style... In search of new shapes, as opposed to a retro re-anchoring drive. Shapes are stylized, designed to integrate function, discreet yet efficient, amplified by metallic effects, while décor gets simpler with universal, geometrical symbols. These innovative classics, tinted with dreamlike, visionary fantasies, reinvent the contempo-design area.
Look for illusions, lose one’s bearings, create new perspectives. Variations of glass, metal, and textile, with shimmering surfaces and random bumps. From furniture to tableware and decorative arts, new luxury crafts unveil.
1. Hall of mirrors in textured glass, by Lecarolimited architects 2. Coffee table sculpture, by Fredrikson Stallard 3. Contemporary cutlery with faceted volumes, table Maoli collection 4. Precious effect, a galvanized coating film on wine glasses
Three dimensional geometry to be deployed with lightness, for real or in trompe-l'oeil.
Origami folds or graphic wires, honeycomb structures or embedded volumes, they’re all to be declined in coatings or textiles, lighting and furniture.
1. Geometries get stellar, printed or sandblasted, on glass or shower panel, PeclerParis creation. 2. Metallic origami lamp, Tom Dixon 3. Wire leg frame and smoked-glass table top, Nathan Yong for Sphaus 4. Paper lantern for hanging or standing, Léa Padovani & Sebastien Kieffer for Pool.
Sleek lines and sharp cuts: copper, brass, silver, white gold, folded, polished, with patina...
Accessories with sleek sculptural design, in a well-balanced combination of functionality and decoration.
1. Concrete and wood architecture, underlined with copper details, Shim Sutcliffe architects 2. Steel cutlery, Easter gold, Patrick Jouin 3. Metallic ‘couture’ saucepan, Rodolfo Dordoni 4. Sculptural coppery shelf, Ferrucio Laviani