1 H-Edge by Cecil Balmond
By suspending thousands of X-shaped aluminum plates to form an ethereal space, architect Cecil Balmond invented his own aesthetic. His sculpture, first introduced in 2006, was recently installed in London.
2 The Lookout by Processcraft
For their graduate thesis, architecture students Angus Ritchie and Daniel Tyler designed and built a mirrored lookout that reflects the lochs and glens of Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park in Scotland.
3 Aldo Bakker Collection for Georg Jensen
Best known for his ceramics, the Dutch designer turned to highly polished stainless steel for this new series of accessories for Georg Jensen. It includes a sugar bowl, a water pitcher and an oil cruet.
4 Balloon Flower (Orange) by Jeff Koons
One of Jeff Koons’ highly reflective art pieces. A retrospective of the artist’s work is on view at the Whitney Museum until October 19.
5 Wink by Shirane-Miyazaki
This lightweight mobile pavilion is a demonstration project by Masakazu Shirane and Saya Miyazaki. Its laser-cut mirrored elements zip together to create a stunning kaleidoscopic interior.
6 Diatom by Moroso
Ross Lovegrove’s concept for a stackable, bowl-shaped chair is made from a single sheet of die-cut aluminum.
7 Colosseum Bowls by Paola C
This family of three fruit holders, in silver and copper, is part of a larger collection of table accessories by Jaime Hayon, who was inspired by Roman icons.