From the ASPIRE DESIGN AND HOME 2019 winter issue, these are seven geometric goods inspiring our design decisions this year.
Amboseli Armchair by Achille Salvagni Atelier | Walnut wood with cast bronze details and upholstered cushions. Limited edition of 20. These chairs are Salvagni’s interpretation of African tribal chief thrones.
The Urban Geometry Collection from Notre Monde by Ethnicraft | Inspired by the Art Deco architecture of Europe with influences from the 1970s. Symmetry, repetition and geometric patterns are streamlined with a monochromatic palette. All trays are either handpainted wood or glass.
The 89 Series | Omer Arbel, a multidisciplinary designer based in Vancouver and Berlin, created The 89 Series, a collection of brass hangers, the result of “hacked” 3D scans of typical everyday hanger shapes.
Bassines Narcis Round in Matte Black | Building a new dialogue between design and fine copperware, the industry and the craft. After creating the brand image of La Cornue, the iconic French kitchen range manufacturer, Xavier Dupuy, has set himself a new challenge: to modernize fine French copperware. Bassines washbasins are highly technological objects that find roots in the French high artisan tradition.
The Marquis Sconce is the newest addition to Buoyant NYC’s collection of custom-made lighting. This 12” x 12” piece features hand-cast glass, hand-spun brass and a blackened mahogany mount. Integral to the design, a dimmable LED bulb casts a warm glow.
Vinylize | The frame is a testament to the Bauhaus movement, which celebrated its 100th birthday this year.
French Concession Table by DePadova | Available at Boffi Los Angeles. Resembling a flower blossom, the smooth Corian table offers a round top, generous enough to seat 12.
For more geometric design inspiration, check out these 10 ways to use unique shapes in your space.
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