In the spirit of the long Memorial Day weekend ahead, we’re wrapping up Part II of our New York Design Week 2016 Review with a nice long post. Hope you enjoy! Above – stunning OTÉRO pendants in copper plated chains. Design by Audrée L. Larose and Félix Guyon of Larose Guyon. Now available through DSHOP!
Bringing in the third industrial revolution, designer Joe Ducet has launched OTHR – a design brand capitalizing on the magic of 3D printing. Above – Cru Cake Spatula & Knife Set in 3D printed bronze.
MARBLE VS BRONZE
The designers at gt2p combine two traditional materials to create one gloriously modern coffee table.
Anderssen & Voll challenge the function of the classic mirror with colorful, art-like groupings. Manufactured by Mutto.
Asher Dunn of studio DUNN launched the beautifuly proportioned Rockport collection. The line was inspired by a traditional meets modern aesthetic.
by Zhang Zhoujie is a new series of digitally designed mirrors based on the undulating properties of water.
Andriano Design frees the classic pool table from its history of visual heft with the Filotto glass table for Calma e Gesso.
The Hass Brothers continue to flesh out their wild and wooly world with a shift towards the botanical side of things. Shown – Accretions (2016) in ceramic.
Peter Bristol’s ultra sleek Thin Lamp for Juniper is now available in a variety of sizes and finishes.
Named after the Greek goddess of sun, moon, and dawn, the Theia line explores the many faces of light and shadow. Designed by Mathias Hahn for Marset.
The Ipseity Wall Hooks by Evan Clabots for OTHR are 3D printed in polished gold steel.
Pelle launched the modular, and gorgeous, Pris lighting collection.
Designer Fernando Mastrangelo launched a colored cement side table line with MMaterial.
Claire Chandelier by buoyant NYC.
Rob Zinn’s Concentric wall lamps for Marset won this year’s 2016 ICFF Editor’s Award. The color comes from light reflecting off of the back-painted disks.
Christopher Stuart’s U Bench debuted in a new bronze finish.
Ladies & Gentlemen’s new Equalizer Pendants for The Future Perfect come in a special edition version, made with sand-blasted, oiled and specially treated glass that changes color depending on angle of view and lighting condition.
THE TOCADOR VANITY…
was built with “a sensitive, modern woman” in mind. Manufactured by Nomon.
First envisioned in 1972 by Louis Weisdorf, the adjustable Multi Light Pendant has been reissued by global design house Gubi and is now available through DSHOP.
introduced this massive fixture crafted from modular wood light sticks.
collection by Luke Lamp Co combines LED & nylon rope to fantastic effect.
And we close with this new beauty – a glassy take on Gabriel Scott’s original (metal) Welles collection.
Wishing all a happy Memorial Day!