UK, London. The latest piece to come from J. Robert Scott is a table called @Table designed by founder and president of the firm Sally Sirkin Lewis. As the name suggests, the latest piece was designed to accommodate a laptop or tablet and features a 90-degree swivel top.
UK, London. The Rima coffee table and side table are the latest pieces to come from Splinter Works, the studio behind The Bodice Rocker chair and Golden Vessel bathtub.
UK, Powys. Featured on the front cover of SuperyachtDesign Q19, Luminaire is a marquetry panel designed and crafted by Hannah Gage of Aryma.
Hide and sleek
The brainchild of brother and sister Nadia and Gianfranco Dalle Mese, Studioart's leather wall tiles are deeply rooted in a long tradition of leather processing at their family tannery, which was founded
Davidson's latest piece, the side cabinet Balthazar, features a unique pitted bronze finish and four doors wrapped in vellum, and perfectly encapsulates Davidson’s chic aesthetic.
The Aquariva lamp
ITALY, Milan. Yesterday saw the start of the 2014 Milan furniture show and with it came the worldwide premiere of the Aquariva lamp, the first product to come from Riva’s new Home Experience division.
The beauty of wood
Wood is a beautiful material that offers designers an array of creative options thanks to the varied choice of tree species, grain types, possible finishes and its ability to be used as a construction material.
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