The collection stems from a simple and concise design exercise: the lamps from the Elements collection by Atelier Areti are all made of three elements. The exploration also includes the use of colour, considering the reductionist nature of designs as an additional design dimension.
The Donut coffee cup set in enamelled terracotta, designed by Pia Chevalier for Petite Friture, draws inspiration from the world of pastry-making. The artist imagines her pieces as sweet treats, with the handles as the dough and the enamel finish as the sugar-glazed coating. Characterised by a strong personality, the Donut collection makes the perfect Christmas gift for coffee lovers.
Braided forms, flowing lines and fine porcelain. The Sixty & Twelve limited edition vases collection from Rosenthal looks more like moving sculptures than practical objects: a great Christmas gift idea for design lovers.
The Ilario mirror, designed by Federica Biasi for the Mingardo brand, draws inspiration from the past, with special reference to the historical round windows of the workshop. Entirely made of brass, this stand mirror has become a true iconic piece.
The Beam table lamp by Muuto, with an essential and modern design, is made of two cylindrical volumes in aluminium. Of small size and easy to use, the Beam lamp diffuses its light from both ends of the cylinder and its position can be altered to enlighten different areas of the home.
Little Eliah is a multifunctional table lamp generated by the genius of Maison Dada and the creativity of designer Thomas Dariel. Designed for different uses, the lamp can be placed on a piece of furniture or hung on its own.
Design candle holders are part of the home decor that add a romantic touch to a reading corner or a coffee table top. The Spartan candle holder by Pols Potten summarizes the forms of ancient Greece vases and antiquities. Its modern shape makes it a soft, informal yet elegant piece, made of powder-coated aluminium, matte with a polished surface. Green, brown and ochre - the candle holder is available in a variety of natural tones.
The wooden objects from Réaction Poétique, designed by Jaime Hayon for Cassina, are inspired by the organic forms of Le Corbusier’s architecture. A few centrepieces, two small tables and a tray: sculptural elements made of solid ash wood perfectly combining shapes, light and shadow.
Vases bring to life the most artistic and scenic side of design. The Rope vase by Kristina Dam combines the charm of molten materials with sculptural and dynamic shapes. Earth tones give warmth and character to a space.
Designed by the famous French designer Charlotte Perriand in the 1950s, the Pivotante à Poser table lamp is an icon that has marked an era in the history of table lamps. The new red carmine version, realised by Nemo and exclusively sold in preview by Mohd, makes a perfect Christmas gift.
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