And the hip Italian company Citco is making it happen.
Arik Levy focused on décor this year, and devised these minimal, abstract vases in three sizes. Movement is a signature element in Levy’s work, and he manages to give a “kinetic” look to these vessels, which almost appear like miniature monuments to the material.
Ora Ito gets dramatic. Eliciting just enough of a gasp, this asymmetric piece from the French designer was carved from one very rich (and rather substantial) piece of marble. A fluid creation limited to just 8 pieces, Venus was introduced last year and continues to be a major expression of outsider thinker.
She’s never been fond of a straight line, and the Zaha Hadid Design studio carries on that mantle with Volta, a triumphant stacked swoop in black granite (a bit of a cheat) that flaunts the hard and smooth aspects of the stone. Since 2012, the famed architect has worked with Citco, producing new pieces each […]
The Endless side table finds award-winning architect Daniel Libeskind playing with helical forms. It was conceived, according to brand notes, as “an open-ended question” and serves as a thought-provoking, spiral-shaped statement. Each table is carved from Italian marble and features a three-dimensional body.
And a set of a limited-edition chairs by Cassina have already been sold.
Your home is not like the closet—it stays dressed for a while, so choose carefully.
Game-changing design companies are popping Champagne to major milestones this year.
Feeling the real estate envy at 63 Wall Street, where designer Highlyann Krasnow has created a fabulous residents-only bar.