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New York st udio Ap­pa­ra­tus’s prod­uct s com­bine mater ia ls in a n in­trigu­ing way: metal lamp­shades with suede bases, tables mar­ry­ing translu­cent resin bases with dense resin tops. The so­phis­ti­cated colour pal­ette – ma­roon, dusty pink, minky grey – is mir­rored by Span­ish de­signer Pa­tri­cia Urquiola’s rugs for Cc-tapis, which were dis­played on walls a nd looked ever y bit a s desi rable a s pa i nted c a nvases.

At t he con­sis­tent ly in­spir ing Di­more Galler y, Br it t Moran a nd Emil­iano Salci showed ret ro-in­spired f ur­ni­ture a nd light ing in a louche, moody sett ing. Scenes f rom 1960s a r t-house f ilm In­fer no played in the back­ground to get visi­tors into the swing of things.

1 Di­more Gallery. 2 Seg­ment cof­fee ta­ble by Ap­pa­ra­tus. 3 Sculp­tural light­ing by Lon­don-based Child Stu­dio. 4 Love Me, Love Me Not din­ing ta­ble by Michael Anas­tas­si­ades for Sal­va­tori. 5 Arca chan­de­lier by Philippe Malouin for Mat­ter. 6 Rugs by Pa­tri­cia Urquiola for Cc-tapis. 7 Ap­pa­ra­tus’s Metronome ta­ble lamp

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