FrontRunners: Treasure Hunt

  • The Editors

To mark the silver anniversary of the opening of her first showroom, in Chicago, Holly Hunt has released a new line of limited-edition home furnishings. The HH25 collection (www.hollyhunt.com) includes French artist Christian Astuguevieille’s Centur chair ($13,650). The seven-piece line also features crystal pendant lamps with silver banding, by glass artist Alison Berger, and a pair of nesting tables by Douglas Levine.

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