Drift Mirror by Fernando Mastrangelo
The entire Drift collection by the New York-based designer fascinates me. But this particular mirror is a must-have ornamental piece. The hand-dyed sand texture and gradient tones give a certain natural feel to the piece.
Knot Pendant by Brokis
I spotted the Knot pendant at Maison et Objet in Paris this year, and fell in love with it. These pendants combine two dramatically dissimilar materials in a striking yet elegant manner. The natural fibre intertwined with smooth transparent blown glass and fashioned with a refined metal detail just can’t be made more flawless.
Zig Zag by Pols Potten
The ruby red Zig Zag is one of my current favourites. It has a simple yet playful, and bold look to it serving a variety of functions. Alternating from a side table to a stool, it can also be stacked in a mix of colours making it stand out in any area placed.
Prado by Ligne Roset
What I love about this sofa is its “versatility”. Based on the study of lifestyles, the weighted and anti-slip back cushions can be rearranged or even placed on the floor for a few leisurely moments around a low table.
Bliss by CC Tapis
Designed by Mae Engelgeer and made by artisans in Nepal, the pastel hues of this wall carpet paired with curved and rhythmic linear forms provide a great graphical appeal. The overall eco-friendly approach in the production process and humanitarian contributions of CC Tapis as a brand also add to why I admire it.