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The Products Issue, May 2018
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The Product Issue: Michael Anastassiades reflects on how his creative eye remains timeless in an age of instant visual gratification – and much more.

From moss to mint, green furniture was everywhere at IMM Cologne.

 

1 With its puffy wings and lumbar cushions stuffed with goose down, the Paipaï settee by LucidiPevere for Ligne Roset makes an inviting place to park for a while. Shown in mossy green, it’s also a real scene-stealer. ligne-roset.com

 

2 London’s Raw Edges is well-known for its experimentation with colour. In the case of Swing, an outdoor rocker for Richard Lampert, only a lick of grass green defines the piece. The metal-tube frame is matched with piping on the hamburger-bun cushions.
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3 With its towering, metre-high screen of braided polypropylene fibre, Bay by Doshi Levien is akin to finding solitude on a private island. The earth-toned cushioned seat is almost twice the width of the average outdoor lounger. bebitalia.com

 

4 This outdoor “seating” option might look like carpets. In fact, the soft modules are filled with fast-drying foam for a soft landing on lawns, beaches and terraces. At IMM, Gan presented its latest hue range in – you guessed it – green. gan-rugs.com

This story was taken from the May 2018 issue of Azure. Buy a copy of the issue here, or subscribe here.

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