When these conceptual cocoons appeared at the Milan Furniture Fair, they seemed like Toltec-scaled artifacts hauled back from an exploratory voyage deep into the uncharted head-waters of Urquiola’s creative flow—elegantly minimal geodesic forms wrapped in an explosion of color, pattern, and texture. Year's later, the remote tropical jungle outpost of Urquiola’s ingenuity remains unscathed.
- Furniture designer Patricia Urquiola is known for her bright, overstuffed upholstery for the likes of B&B Italia and Moroso as well as her slightly exotic, woven outdoor pieces for brands like…
This. Pouffe. Is. Huge. Though Sushi comes in different sizes, this large round donut is more round mattress than circular ottoman. With that in mind, Edward van Vliet's statement piece would work wonders in a living room where space (or cost) is not an issue, but an emphasis on lounging around is essential.
- An apartment overlooking the High Line in New York City captures views of a constantly changing urban landscape.
- From a renovated cottage in England to a family home in Brooklyn, these six modern homes make the last letter on the color wheel look regal by its creative insertions indoors and out.
We wonder whether placing a single pea between the layered legume-green cushions of this minimal day bed would reveal fairy-tale royalty.
- Uncluttered and pared back to the fewest of items, these seven living rooms make minimalism shine.