Lee Broom’s Eclipse, part of the new Observatory collection, is celestial in both name and inspiration. Mirror-polished stainless steel and acrylic discs interact with and obscure each other, giving it its namesake.
Elan from British design studio Pinch offers a modern take on the classic cabinetry technique of marquetry. Three harmonious birch veneers are combined to create a dimensional color story, layered across the abstract, nebulous shapes that decorate the doors.
Designed by P + F Architetti, Baleri Italia’s Trays is a system of upholstery furniture inspired by the shapes commonly found in 1950s design.
Clan Milano’s Walley chandelier draws inspiration from the refined aesthetics of the 1950s. Elliptical frames with a metallic finish create a fluid configuration that surrounds white globe encased in glass.
In celebration of the company’s 50th anniversary, Fantin has released its Frame by Salvatore Indriolo. The collection includes tables, sideboards, and mirror structures (pictured) than can double as storage.
Moroso is marking 20 years of collaborating with Patricia Urquiola with the new Gentry Extra Light sofa . This resized version of the compact sofa was designed with communal spaces in mind.
Aldo Cibi crafted the 3D-informed Lineadeko for Listone Giordano. The wooden surfaces take inspiration from both nature and geometry and are engraved with motifs and textures for a marked tactile effect.
Designed by David Dolcini, Luceplan’s Lita spans table and floor lamps and ceiling fixtures. The diffuser in opaline blown glass is combined with a solid ash wooden structure for a timeless look.
Crafted by Ilaria Innocenti and Giorgio Laboratore, the two-seat Chemise sofa from My Home Collection is completed with an ottoman that boasts the series’ signature round features.
Designed in collaboration with Terri Pecora, VitrA’s Plural bathroom collection is inspired by the heritage of communal bathing spaces and rituals, turning the bathroom into a social hub.
The body of the Michael Schmidt-designed Yuumi armchair for Bross is made of ash and is characterized by the opening in the back that changes perspective based on the angle with which it is viewed.