The boundary-breaking Felipe Pantone has reimagined Poltrona Frau‘s iconic Archibald chair in honor of the brand’s 110th anniversary. His contribution? Digitized gradient colors on leather.
Crafted in Germany from solid oak with lacquered glass tops, these nesting tables from the MoMA Design Store are based on the ones Bauhaus master Josef Albers designed for his Berlin apartment in the 1920s. As the tables’ literature puts it, the pieces can work “independently and interdependently.”
On the Astley by Transparent Atelier, an artfully askew circle presents bisected halves of mirror and panes of bronze mirror glass, smoked mirror glass, and translucent alabaster.
The Ypis buffet by Uultis presents geometric lines on its doors that extend to the counter’s feet, a nod to Bauhaus’ reverence for simple shapes.
Wooden slats, creased lines, and smooth architectural design give the Akvavit bar cabinet by Laengsel its defining characteristics.
Text by Luis R. Rigual