Celebrated Italian architect and designer Paola Navone (we featured her work in our March 2013 issue) is recognized for her work with names like Alessi, Armani Home, Eumenes, Kasthall, Lando, Natuzzi and Reichenbach. Anthropologie commemorates its addition to that list with an event at their SoHo store location featuring one of Navone’s renowned installations and “Out of India”, her new bedroom collection.
Behold, a seat as smooth—and enticing—as its namesake. Jean-Marie Massaud's Carmel chair for Poliform appears to melt into itself, with a few deep creases that make up the overstuffed arms and back. It's a beaut.
- The second day at Salone del Mobile was no less exciting than the first. Here are some snapshots and images of today's best finds.
The Moby bed was created by studio Kairos for Poliform in 2003. Both the headboard and frame are available in removable fabric or leather.
- It may be hard to believe, but the polished, open-plan loft that architect Paola Navone renovated for Andrea Falkner-Campi and husband Feliciano Campi was an abandoned tobacco plant before it became…
- The American furnishings brand partners with famed Italian designer Paola Navone for a complete, Mediterranean-influenced home collection.
- Photographer duo JUCO represents the collaborative work of Julia Galdo and Cody Cloud.
Do not be deceived by this seemingly lightweight lawn chair; it’s made by a traditional process (casting) using a modern material (aluminum).