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1. Giorgetti Drive Sofa

De­signed by Carlo Colombo for Giorgetti, the Drive sec­tional so­fas and arm­chair are framed in pro­filed steel and flex­i­ble cold-foamed polyurethane, cov­ered with fi­bre. The base has feet in solid wal­nut Canaletto wood with in­serts painted in a bronze colour with nat­u­ral ef­fect. Avail­able at Prodotti In­done­sia.

2. Klots Twig Vase Hold­ers

Avail­able at Klots Home Fur­nish­ing, stems of solid sand-cast brass twist and turn cre­ates the Twig Vase Hold­ers. The glass bulb-shaped vases dis­play small buds beau­ti­fully. klots.com 3. Fritz Hansen Stu­dio Roso Mir­ror Mir­rors are fas­ci­nat­ing and this one stands out as piece of art on its own. Stu­dio Roso has cre­ated a stun­ning pol­ished steel plate for Fritz Hansen and de­vel­oped an in­no­va­tive tech­nique to achieve a mag­i­cal rain­bow-like ef­fect on the discs. fritzhansen.com

4. Fritz Hansen Can­dle­holder

The new in­ter­pre­ta­tion and group­ing of the clas­si­cal cham­ber can­dle­hold­ers by Jaime Hayon form a dis­play of light and warmth from the golden brass and gives it a sculp­tural qual­ity. The can­dle­holder is made of solid brass and holds 3 can­dles. Avail­able at Repub­lic of Fritz Hansen, Pa­cific Place.

5. Eth­n­i­craft Gilded Lay­ers Tray

Ex­per­i­ment­ing with the con­cept of du­al­ity, the Gilded Lay­ers tray cap­tures the golden glow of the sun at dawn and dusk’s twi­light. Avail­able at Eth­n­i­craft In­done­sia, the tray is part of the brand’s Notre Monde 2017 col­lec­tion.

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6. Minotti Ja­cob Cof­fee Ta­ble

Mar­ble in­spired the con­cept of a col­lec­tion of ac­cent ta­bles “Ja­cob” for Minotti. Ta­ble tops in un­com­mon shapes rest on solid brushed oak legs with painted black fin­ish. Many fin­ishes avail­able for the ta­ble, rang­ing from the nat­u­ral ef­fect of Su­cu­pira veener with stained Mink fin­ish to the Cala­catta mar­ble. minotti.com

7. Luxedrinks Trol­ley by Oliver Bonas

Show­cas­ing mar­ble and bur­nished mir­ror shelves with a gold frame and dis­tressed fin­ish, this unique trol­ley has swivel cas­tor wheels en­sur­ing that drinks are served up in style. oliv­er­bonas.com

8. Moschino Pan­talone Cab­i­net

The cab­i­net har­mo­niously con­ju­gates colour, el­e­gance and quirky de­sign. Made with alu­minum, its mul­ti­colour rhombi de­sign is rem­i­nis­cent of a har­lequin’s tra­di­tional out­fit. This cab­i­net is part of the Ar­lecchino col­lec­tion in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Moschino. al­tre­forme.com

9. Mass Con­sole Brass Ta­ble.

An im­pos­ing piece for con­tem­po­rary spa­ces, the Mass Con­sole Brass ta­ble by Tom Dixon has a lus­tred geo­met­ric look. Clad in a brass foil fin­ish, this con­sole ta­ble is made from a solid wood frame formed into a rus­tic geo­met­ric shape. tomdixon.net

10. Fritz Hansen Se­ries 7 Chairs

De­signed by Arne Ja­cob­son, the Se­ries 7 Chairs ex­plores the nat­u­ral sur­round­ing and our un­der­stand­ing of ma­te­ri­als. The shell comes in two colours, deep red mer­lot and serene pas­tel nude, which have been per­fected to match with the 4-legged base that comes in a 22 karat rose gold coat­ing. Avail­able at Repub­lic of Fritz Hansen, Pa­cific Place.

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1. Hec­tor Sofa.

As de­signed by An­drea Pari­sio for Merid­i­ani, Hec­tor is a sofa with wooden frame, non-de­formable polyurethane pad­ding, black ABS feet, seat cush­ion in polyurethane and re­in­forced feath­ers. El­e­gant and clas­sic, it is a lin­ear sofa distin­guished by gen­er­ous di­men­sions and soft cush­ions that ex­udes a sen­sa­tion of home. Avail­able at Moie.

2. Lula 06 Cof­fee Ta­ble.

Gen­er­ous in size, the Lula 06 cof­fee ta­ble by Eva Natasa fea­tured a solid, cer­ti­fied Teak wood with cus­tom solid brass de­tail­ing. Its solid ma­hogany legs is avail­able in the colour Cot­ton, in­spired by bloom­ing white cot­ton flow­ers. enatasa.com

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3. Greta Arm­chair.

De­signed by Draga & Aurel for Bax­ter, the Greta arm­chair is framed in ash ve­neered beech ply­wood with bor­ders in satin-fin­ish brass, in hand-fin­ished bur­nished metal or in satin nick­eled metal, with matte var­nish. It also fea­tures dif­fer­en­ti­ated den­sity polyurethane foam fill­ing with acrylic fi­bre cov­ers. Avail­able at Bika Liv­ing

4. Galet Pouf.

De­signed by Lu­dovica & Roberto Palomba for Giorgetti, the Galet pouf comes with its pad­ding in flex­i­ble multi-den­sity polyurethane, cov­ered with fi­bre. The re­mov­able up­hol­stery is avail­able in fab­ric or leather, pre­sented in var­i­ous fin­ishes. Avail­able at Prodotti In­done­sia.

5. Dop­pler Side­board.

De­signed by Giuseppe Vigano for Bon­aldo, the Dop­ple Side­board has the il­lu­sion of over­lap­ping sur­faces with a com­bi­na­tion of brightly coloured graphic pat­terns, cre­at­ing an optical ef­fect. The lac­quered wood frame is sup­ported by a solid, ash-wood base in three fin­ishes: nat­u­ral, grey, or painted wal­nut­wood.bon­aldo.it

6. Edge Arm­chair.

De­signed by Abie Ab­dil­lah for Stu­dio Hiji, the Edge Arm­chair uses re­claimed and re­cy­cled ma­te­rial from hous­ing waste as part of the de­signer’s ini­tia­tive in re­duc­ing the overuse of for­est tim­ber. It uses cer­ti­fied Teak wood as its ma­te­rial. stu­dio­hiji.com

7. Sumo Pouf by Nor­mann Copen­hagen

Made from a blend of wool and polyamide, the Sumo Pouf from Nor­mann Copen­hagen is filled with PU foam with tex­tile up­hol­stery and vis­i­ble but­tons. Fin­ished with solid ash wood legs with clear matt lac­quer, this item is sim­plis­tic in style and com­ple­ments both tra­di­tional and con­tem­po­rary in­te­ri­ors. amara.com

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