Design Seen: Malabar

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Oporto, Portugal
A compass rose and old nautical maps influenced the imaginative design of the Sagres sideboard ($12,855). Part of the Portuguese company’s 13-piece Heritage Collection, Sagres is composed of solid poplar wood and features a frame of gold-and-bronze-plated steel. Other pieces in the series, such as the Andalus console, feature hand-painted illustrations inspired by Portuguese pottery. Prices for items in the Heritage line range from $3,000 to $21,000.

+351.964.196.298, www.malabar.com.pt

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