- Whether it’s the real deal or merely a facsimile, marble is both cutting-edge and classic. Here are seven pieces straight from the quarry, from small tabletop pieces to statement-making furniture.
Designed by Norwegian Andreas Engesvik, the Pin Table was developed with a simplicity that fits urban lifestyles. Just push the pointed post into the ground like a push pin—et voilà—you have an instant table top for picnics or a card game in park. Pin Table is made of high quality wood and painted in five high-gloss colors.
- Multiply the heroic candlestick by three, four, six, or ten. Add in some heavy-duty materials (iron, solid brass) and voilà: You’ve got hefty, scene-stealing candelabra for the modern age.
- Andreas Engesvik, cofounder of NORWAY SAYS, established a solo studio in Oslo in 2009, creating offbeat updates of ordinary pieces.
Levy's plastic carryall is extraordinarily versatile: It can keep tabs on live-work necessities, from notepads to sewing kits.
Show your workspace you mean business with this weighty, monochromatic set of desktop pieces.
Using high-contrast black and white photocopies and transparent contact paper, you can put your own photographs, letters, or sayings on glass. Whether glass tumblers, coasters, or votive candleholders (shown here), it’s quite the timeless gift.