Sculptural Visions of Joris Poggioli

May 21, 2020

Sculptural Paradise

Joris Poggioli is a Franco-Italian designer who combines French elegance with Italian creativity to create furniture which makes a real design statement. Villa Luce, his latest project, is an imaginary seaside villa with curvaceous walls and enormous arch-shaped windows which showcases items from his new Eden Paradiso collection.

The Rose sofa is a composition of four enormous upholstered tubes, their monolithic presence enlivened by the texture of the ribbed fabric. This is accompanied by the statuesque Sirio and Idia occasional tables, both in green Alpi marble. The Aglae console, resplendent in onyx or marble, resembles the structure of multi-storey buildings. We also like the animalistic shape of the Cleo screen, the graphic presence of the Rick chair and the imposing Orfeo desk, which looks like an artful stack of polished pebbles.

This cavernous space may be sparsely furnished, but the result is a great lesson in how a few well designed pieces can fill a minimalist space with character and spirit.

 

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Product Inspiration

Add character to any space with strong sculptural shaped furniture, such as the Heartbreaker sofa from Moroso, the Bonnie & Clyde coffee table from Dooq and the Luna cabinet from Coedition.

Heartbreaker Sofa - Moroso - Do Shop   Bonnie & Clyde Center Table - Dooq - Do Shop  Luna Cabinet - Coedition - Do Shop

 

For lights that make a real design statement try the Dusk table lamp from 101 Copenhagen, the Brubeck suspension light from DelightFULL and the Lampscapes suspension light from Frederik Roije.

Dusk Table Lamp - 101 Copenhagen - Do Shop   Brubeck Suspension Lights - DelightFULL - Do Shop   Lampscapes Suspension Light 5 Peaks - Frederik Roije - Do Shop

 

Accessories are a great way to add a sculptural touch to minimalist spaces. Try the Sticks candleholder from Ghidini 1961 or the Concrete Cloud toilet paper shelf from Lyon Beton. Or what about a bold graphic wallpaper, such as the Tribeca Manhattan wallpaper from MINDTHEGAP

Sticks Candle Holder - Ghidini 1961 - Do Shop   Concrete Cloud Toilet Paper Shelf - Small - Lyon Beton - Do Shop   Tribeca Manhattan Wallpaper - MINDTHEGAP - Do Shop


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