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Bani Singh's objects of desire, include Pierre Jeanneret's iconic Chandigarh chair

Bani Singh's objects of desire, include Pierre Jeanneret's iconic Chandigarh chair

The interior designer and founder of Grounded Design shares her favourite designs with CID

Bani Singh, founder, Grounded Design
Bani Singh, founder, Grounded Design
051 Capitol Complex office chair
051 Capitol Complex office chair

051 CAPITOL COMPLEX OFFICE CHAIR

To me, this piece by Pierre Jeanneret really represents the beauty of banality. Like primitive artefacts this chair is a piece of art that is  able to touch our soul deeply.

TACCIA

A table lamp designed by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni for the Italian design brand Flos in 1962. The Castiglioni brothers often liked to play with different perspectives, and the inspiration for Taccia came from an idea of an upside-down hanging lamp. I love the fact that a playful idea resulted in such an elegant and timeless design that stand out as its own.

THE TARO BY POLS POTTEN

The Taro by Pols Potten gives a completely new meaning to the concept fake plant. Instead of designing a real-looking tree they made a piece of colourful art in the shape of  a tree that is the perfect statement piece to have in your commercial space.

QLOCKTWO CLASSIC

An eye-catching wall clock designed by Biegert & Funk for German QlockTwo. The unique design is based on the slogan "Time in words" and comes with some quirky time display features that also indicate minutes via small diodes in the corners of the clock. This piece feels fresh but breaths a vintage vibe which I absolutely love.

STILLA

This pouf from the Danish atelier AYTM is part of the Stilla series where the beautiful drop shape is in focus. This beautiful floor cushion is perfect in a reception or a lobby area and adds tons of flair to the space.

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