You’ll want two of each when it comes to these new designs reimagined in a mix of finishes, sizes and materials.
Fascinated by the way a mirror expands and reflects space into another dimension, master glass designer Alison Berger collaborated with RH on a collection that includes the Aperture Rectangular and Square Mirrors, shown in vintage brass and satin nickel. Each piece holds a swiveling lens that magnifies and distorts the details of a room, continuously casting changing patterns of light.
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A sculptural silhouette with a pared down, minimalist aesthetic was the vision behind the Altus Chair by artist Marsia Holzer, who handcrafts her designs in a sprawling Tribeca studio. Assembled using bronze, stainless steel and walnut, the elegant seating is punctuated by a continuous, repeated curve of the chairback that invites one to sink in.
Inspired by a lunar halo, Gabriel Scott’s Luna A Desk Lamp features elegant blown-glass shapes that reference the moon’s diffused light and soft glow. Available in Satin Brass with white stone and bronze glass, as well as in Black with dark stone and smoked glass, the petite pieces are assembled by artisans in the company’s Montreal studio.
Scandinavian and Swedish style mecca Eleish Van Breems teamed with lighting gurus Avantgarden to produce Trident, a line of contemporary lighting with a nautical twist that can bend and move as desired. The three-armed leather-wrapped floor lamp pays homage to vintage task lighting and comes in white, gunmetal, blue or natural leather with a brushed brass base.
A marriage of form and function, the Gasper Bar and Counter Stools combine brass frames with rich leather-wrapped detailing for an elevated aesthetic. The graceful profile, with no arms or backs, allows for neatly tucking under a counter—ideal for kitchen or bar seating. The sleek, seamless look is a hallmark of an Arteriors design.
For the Cube Series, art and design studio Stacklab looked to the past and focused on repurposing old, decommissioned industrial pump patterns from Canada that dated from 1890 to 1950. These historic, disused patterns were converted into molds to create Gold Cube, a dazzling, contemporary side table made with cementitious composite and 24-karat gold.