Designer Kelly Hoppen’s new collection of side tables for Caracole presents an interplay of geometry. The Rona (left) stacks six discs for a modern statement, while the Onyx mixes sycamore and stainless steel through multiple shapes that defy equilibrium.
A progeny of two of the brand’s products, the Cloud Mobile lamp by Richard Clarkson Studio can’t help but recall the works of Alexander Calder as it alludes to the magical quality of celestial poufs.
Teak and raw marble from Portugal meld to create the Atus lounge by Bea Pernia, an inspiring statement of organic forms and structure.
Art deco legs made of steel anchor the walnut top of the Aurora dining table by Ben Soleimani, a study of forms and materials.
Stainless steel yields in the hands of Xavier Lust, who contorts the material to his whim to create pieces like the Eagle for Ralph Pucci. The console is one of nine works from the limited-edition “Metalmorphosis” series.