Zen and the art of modern interior maintenance
The geometric ‘Piega’ mirror, designed by Victoria Wilmotte for Classicon and made from bent, mirror-polished stainless steel, creates a playful hybrid of refraction and reflection.
Nendo’s ‘Tape’ sofa, for Minotti, features exquisite details, including a curved outer shell and discreet metal bands holding the feet in place.
Formed from two marble panels held together by a brushed metal frame, Jean-marie Massaud’s ‘Creek’ coffee table, for Poliform, embodies the architect’s penchant for lightness.
The design of Barber & Osgerby’s glazed stoneware ‘Lane’ tiles, for Mutina, is enriched by a series of palettes inspired by London’s different brick types. LIGHTS Gamfratesi’s blown glass ‘Soffi’ lights, for Poltrona Frau, are suspended delicately from a slender leather belt, featuring contrasting stitching.
Israeli designer Hagit Pincovici’s asymmetric ‘Selene’ sideboard, for Baxter, is an elegant ensemble of Italian marble, lacquered surfaces and shiny metal legs.
Benjamin Hubert’s versatile basket, for Fritz Hansen, features a shell made from pressure-moulded ash veneer and a handle of solid steam-bent ash.
‘Piega’ mirror, €1,243, by Victoria Wilmotte, for Classicon. ‘Tape’ sofa, £11,685, by Nendo, for Minotti. ‘Creek’ coffee table, £10,967, by Jean-marie Massaud, for Poliform. ‘Lane’ tiles, from £179, by Barber & Osgerby, for Mutina. ‘Selene’ sideboard, £11,970, by Hagit Pincovici, for Baxter. ’Soffi’ pendants, £1,080 each, by Gamfratesi, for Poltrona Frau. Basket, £234, by Benjamin Hubert, for Fritz Hansen. Paint in De Nimes and School House White, £45 for 2.5 litres each, by Farrow & Ball. ‘Glamour 2400’ carpet, price on request, by Object Carpet For stockists, see page 169