New Chair by Marcel Wanders for Christofle | Furniture

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Introducing the latest additions to Marcel Wanders’ luxurious ‘Jardind’Eden’ collection for Christofle. The new products include several exceptional pieces of Haute Orfèvrerie.

Among these are a dining chair and a clock with floral steel engravings, produced with the technical support of Luigi Barei. These products are gems of filigree extravagance, handcrafted know-how and endless beauty.

An expression of Marcel Wanders’ invigorating festivity, the bowl and tray centerpieces carry the collection’s signature pattern of interlaced leaves, curled lys flowers and decorative apples against a geometric grid reminiscent of the lush garden.

Jardin d’Eden is a whimsical, luxurious and sensual collection, whose stylistically distinctive pieces render the finest of what the worlds of design and silversmith’s craft has to offer.

Available from October onwards through the Christofle website and at selected Christofle retail stores.

Discover Marcel Wanders’ chair for Christofle at the London Design Festival:
Harrods – Christofle, Luxury Home Room 1
18 September, 10 am – 8 pm
87-135 Brompton Rd, London SW1X 7XL

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Luxury Designer Furniture 2014 | Furniture

 

It seems every year more well known fashion brands are launching furniture lines. This year Roberto Cavalli added several pieces to their small line launched last year and wowed visitors during Salone Del Mobile last April. Bentley Home also expanded the collection that debuted last year .

In this slideshow, you will find some of the latest furniture pieces by Fendi Casa, a brand that has grown dramatically in a very short period with breathtaking new collections every season, I think they have one of the widest ranges among brands in their category, also in the slide show are new furniture from Roberto Cavalli, Bentley Home , & Baxter.

Enjoy, and let me know if you want to see more.

 

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Designer in the Spotlight : Sacha Lakic

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Sacha Lakic is the main designer behind Roche Bobois’ most significant pieces. With the new Bubble sofa which will be officially launched October 2014, I couldn’t help but post some of his great designs. Sacha loves using latest technologies & materials while focusing on innovative designs. The pieces shown in this post are a small example of how he can accomodate several styles and tastes.

Browsing through Roche Bobois website, you will realize that some of the most remarkable pieces were in fact designed by him.

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Bottega Veneta Home Collection | Furniture

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As with most fashion brands, such as Fendi, Ralph Lauren, Kenzo, Donna Karan, Trussardi,  and others, there is a strong tendency to create a home collection whether a full line or just accessories and linen. Bottega Veneta is no exception, during the Salone fair this April, they revealed their own home collection.

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FENDI CASA 2014 Collection | Furniture

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Once again, FENDI CASA  presents an unbelievable collection with an outstanding and lavish setting. The new collection is like none of the previous ones, with a focus on brass details, curved edges, exquisite materials, and a really wide variety of newly introduced pieces. it is uncommon for such luxury brands to launch such a large number of newly designed furniture during one fair. Thierry Lemaire’s influence in the collection has been mainly in the sculptural elements, such as the Artu seating shown above and the Star dining table shown in other photos.

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Arper Produces the Bowl Chair Designed in 1951 for the First Time| Furniture

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Furniture company Arper have finally put the Bowl chair by Italian-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi into production for the first time since it was designed in 1951. they will only be making 500 chairs, I have no idea why they won’t go through a permanent line for this beautiful product.

Arper worked closely with the Instituto Lina Bo e P.M. Bardi to produce the chair, basing it on the only existing original prototype and Bo Bardi’s design sketches. The Italian furniture brand shares the designer’s mission to place the person at the centre of her projects, and her idea that ‘man is the ultimate objective of architecture’.

The significance of this chair is the fact that it doesn’t need any mechanism, it can achieve movement from all sides on its own and only due to its spherical form.

Part of the proceeds from the chair’s sale will be invested in the Instituto Lina Bo e P.M. Bardi’s social and cultural projects.

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