Fabric & Steel’s latest collection, Texture, is inspired by the variety of textures experienced in the mountains of Andalucía, Spain. The collection is earthy with some glittering sparkle – the natural fibers juxtaposed to a subtle hint of metallic woven throughout the design.
Ligne 102, a series of modular objects designed by the Belgian architect Bernard Dubois, uses solids and voids to create hard-edged geometrical forms out of the soft light and natural construction material: cork. The cork units are based on historical building elements such as arches, pillars, bridge-like structures, trusses, pylons, beams, and support systems.
Bright Young Things Collection from New Ravenna. handcrafted mosaics, stone, marble, 24K gold glass, and brass tile.
Inspired by the New York Botanical Gardens, Vervain’s Desert Flora fabrics capture the personality of cacti and aloe. By contrast to the painterly plants, simplistic linework vessels and ombréd ellipse-shaped embroidery detail give the pattern a whimsical style. A portion of the proceeds from the sales of these fabrics goes towards the NYBG so they can continue their efforts to document, learn, and teach about botany and plant sciences.
Arciform Sofa from Skylar Morgan Furniture. The Atlanta-based furniture maker exists at the cross-section of rugged architectural woodwork and warm, minimalist design.
Raw is a first-time collaboration between celebrated French designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, and global custom carpet experts, Tai Ping. The collection explores the origins of the planet, the formation of the Earth and the tension in the tectonic plates with beautifully bold color combinations and a blend of materials including wool, silk, jute, lurex and Field, one of Tai Ping’s enhanced performance yarns.
Walker Zanger captures geometrics and imaginative new explorations in its aptly-named Tangent collection of marble mosaics. Pictured: Astral Nights Pattern in Calacata earth tones.
The Titania collection from Lori Weitzner magically shifts colors to replicate organic geometry often found in nature. Available in three nuanced colorways, Honeycomb, Celsius and Stormcloud, all seen here.
OKHA’s classic VOLT dining chair. Shown here in a cinnamon velvet and carbon-stained base structure, Volt can be fully customized in different colors, leathers, fabrics and timbers.
Glistening subtly with the appearance of crushed glass, this starburst motif captures the effect of dappled sunlight playing on water. Inspired by Anthology’s original Shore design, their Perlite wallpaper has been updated with new mineral inks to give a dry textural effect.
Drawing inspiration from different perspectives of landscape, the Escala collection from Scott Group Studio, explores how irregular designs found in nature work underfoot in both large and small scale patterns. Meant to evoke the dichotomy between light and dark in nature, Escala uses golds, deep yellow and orange earth tones to emulate the sun’s beams and blacks and dark grays to represent the night.
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