The Tutu chandelier by 54 Kibo was inspired by the skirts worn by the Tsonga women of the Limpopo province of South Africa during their ritual dances. As such, the piece is handmade from locally sourced materials from the area.
The simple black-and-white lines on the bowls of the Optic collection by Kelly Wearstler create architectural forms that speak to the nature of ceramics.
Marble and brass are the only textures needed for the Marcel table lamp by Laskasas to make a bold and elegant statement.
Materials such as Macassar ebony wood, marble, brass, and shell inlay ensure this chess set by L’Objet becomes a focal point in any room.
Available in indoor and outdoor versions, the Trace armchair by My Face makes a solid case for round shapes.
With its deco lines, the Thistle coffee table by Zuo is the perfect combination of texture, pattern, and wow-factor.
Made of lightweight cotton, the quilt and shams from the Vallauris collection by Jonathan Adler add just the right dose of Op Art aesthetics to the bedroom.
Text by Luis R. Rigual