1 Felt Series by Established & Sons
American fashion designer Reed Krakoff and his interior decorator wife Delphine were inspired by the apparel industry for their stitched felt table and chair manufactured by Britain’s Established & Sons.
2 La-Dina by Casamania
To mark Luca Nichetto’s 10th anniversary with Casamania (and its 30th anniversary), the Venice-born designer created contemporary reinterpretations of traditional wooden chairs from the Dolomite mountain range in Austria and Italy.
3 Victoria by Flexform
Antonio Citterio’s latest piece for Italian manufacturer Flexform, a company whose collection the Meda-born designer has overseen for the past 40 years, is a perfectly rounded tailored leather seat atop aluminum legs.
4 Tobi-Ishi by B&B Italia
Barber Osgerby’s dramatic MDF dining table which, originally created in black and white marble, was recently relaunched in a new range of 16 satin-finished colours including this candy apple red. Its name and inspiration is derived from ornamental stones in Japanese gardens.
5 Su by Emeco
The American company called on Nendo’s Oki Sato for a collection based on Su: a Japanese concept meaning simple, plain, minimal. Made of reclaimed and recycled materials, the seats come in three material choices, including this green-concrete composed of recycled glass and cement.
6 Analog by Fritz Hansen
Jaime Hayon’s organically shaped table, with a top in white laminate, oak or walnut veneer, features solid wood legs in finishes of black coloured oak, oak and walnut. Analog comes in two sizes and sits six to eight people.