Even after 120 years, the sculptural design of the Paris lounge chair by Arne Jacobson fits perfectly in both modern and classical surroundings. Today the Paris chair is manufactured by Sika-Design as part of Sika-Design's exclusive ICONS collection which represents design furniture designed by renowned designers and architects.
The Scandinavian aesthetic is much loved for its pale wood, clean lines, organic silhouettes and comfort. But today, brands hailing from the Nordic countries serve up a far more eclectic offering, four shining examples of which were on display at the Maison&Objet September trade fair. Leading Nordic brands Broste Copenhagen, Ferm lIving, Kristina Dam and Vetrom warmly greeted clients and industry peers alike.
Costume is a modular seating system which combines eco-chic sensibilities with smart technology. Responsible, comfortable and practical, the sofa can easily be dismantled with individual parts that can be almost completely recycled. Costume by Magis is available in 3 fabric categories each in a wide range of colours.
The new Versace Home Collection 2020 embodies the brand’s Italian glamour and features exceptional furniture that combines luxury and interior design. The home collection imbued with the Versace allure of Medusa head, gold tones and geometric lines; is designed to fit the bedroom, living room, dining room, library and office.
Since time immemorial, the beauty of marble is unparalleled with its meandering veins deeply ingrained elevating its status to the most luxurious stone. Now marble is no longer for flooring. The coveted stone can be bended to mould into furniture and wall cladding. Whether as big slabs or in tiny amounts, we curate trending marble ideas to have at home.
Celebrated American potter and designer Jonathan Adler wants to make hard surfaces look soft and ethereal. Adler brought his signature flair to the trade show to create the space, dubbed “Dreamland,” in collaboration with Israeli quartz surfacing brand Caesarstone where A neon rainbow amidst a sea of clouds greeted visitors at the Toronto Interior Design Show 2020 on January at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.