SPACE ODYSSEY

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De­sign­ers looked to outer space for cos­mic-in­spired es­capism at this year’s show, with fur­ni­ture tran­si­tion­ing from min­i­mal to galaxy-es­que. Lead­ing the force, de­signs in Paola Navone’s Moon col­lec­tion for Ger­va­soni fea­tured cir­cu­lar alu­minium-cast table­tops and blue ce­ramic bases that re­called the shape and sur­face of the cratered orb. Lema and

Ar­ketipo of­fered up din­ing and side ta­bles with fin­ishes rem­i­nis­cent of the night sky. Lee

Broom of­fered ce­les­tial-in­spired light­ing with de­signs that can be hung hor­i­zon­tally or ver­ti­cally to form be­spoke con­stel­la­tions. And

Bo­hinc Stu­dio wowed crowds with a chair line mod­elled on plan­ets in or­bit.

Hung and il­lu­mi­nated like stars in the sky, th­ese lights fea­ture opaque and solid spheres. Orion Tube and Globe lights, £850 each, Lee Broom

Sim­mer­ing sur­faces and cir­cu­lar shapes ref­er­ence the moon in Paola Navone’s col­lec­tion for Ger­va­soni. Moon 36 ta­ble, around £4,016.13

Rounded armand back­rests rep­re­sent the curved tra­jec­tory of plan­ets. Lu­nar chair, £2,868, Lara Bo­hinc and Mat­ter of Stuff for Bo­hinc Stu­dio

Arabesque mar­ble de­picts a vi­sion of the Milky Way on Ar­ketipo’s Moon In­vaders cof­fee ta­ble, from £2,435, at Chap­lins

Brass shav­ings sparkle on the Blu Lapis­laz­zuli top of this Alamo ta­ble, by David Lopez Quin­co­ces for Lema, price on re­quest

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