Crafted in solid oak or maple, the Movement cabinet by South + English boasts doors with hand-cut shapes for an artistically graphic statement.
The brass base of the Thebes table lamp by Currey & Company depicts a face that recalls the work of Picasso, as well as Art Deco motifs from the 1920s and ’30s, when it was originally designed by Ian Thornton.
Carefully handwoven in rope, the Moya accent table by McGuire features a one-of-a-kind silhouette that celebrates the building blocks of geometry.
A totemic pedestal base draws the eye to the Constantin dining table by Bernhardt, a sculptural piece that works in the dining room or as the centerpiece of a foyer.
For a full-on dose of Cubism, this non-woven fiber wallpaper by Assemblage features the art movement’s signature imagery–and a subtle texture to boot.