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Bak Valet

Designed by Ferruccio Laviani for Frag, the Bak Valet is a standalone object with shelves, round container, and parallel rod for hangers. Because of Frag’s well known leather works, the valet stand may also be upholstered with leather and slightly padded leather for the shelves. Frag offers the possibility of ...

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MONET

Rubelli Venezia designed their new textile collection based on artists’ creations. Inspired by watercolor, the Monet fabric is a viscose chenille and cotton warp that creates a unique streaking effect. Bursts of color create accidental floral patterns on its positive/negative patches. Monet ranges in three colors: classic peacock blue, foresting ...

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PALETTE

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LYON

  Armani Casa’s Lyon is an abstraction of natural scenery. The wave-like repetition transforms the flatness of the fabric into movement, whether of the sea, clouds, or wind. The fabric’s cotton and silk components create an illusory field of shadows and reflections. Presented in tone-on-tone colors and contrasted hues, Lyon is ...

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UNICORN

Designed by the infamous Vladimir Kagan in 1960, the Unicorn Sofa is a curvilinear sofa floating on a V-shaped cantilever base. The Unicorn sofa is designed to encourage conversation with its curved seat and to be in the center of living rooms in order to give importance to ...

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LISBON

Armani Casa blurs the line between fashion and furniture with their new 2016 textile collection. Made primarily of linen, Lisbon is a fabric inspired by an extravagant crackle finish. The texture draws on the intervention of light, providing an alternate shine and depth. With its mystic colors of ...

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FEUILLE DE CHOUX

Nilufar Gallery’s rare tapestry collection includes the Feuille de Choux. Originally from the Madame Antenor Patiño Collection, this tapestry is 260 x 203cm long and weighs about 8kg. The intricate artifact dates back to Flanders, Grammont or Enghein in the mid sixteenth century. Feuille de Choux illustrates a ...

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PALETTE

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