Sculptural Intersections from Iacoli & McAllister
We were delighted to come across the furniture and lighting collections from Seatle-based design studio Iacoli & McAllister during the recent Sight Unseen Offsite exhibition in New York.
Iacoli & McAllister are masters at combining simple shapes with bold lines to create sculptural products which frame and define space beautifully. We particularly like the Mociun collection of occasional tables with the seemingly random arrangement of marble tops and metal supports and the Revati lights, an elegant combination of strong metal frames with delicate glass globes. All their products are hand crafted and assembled in the US but they would look marvellous anywhere.
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LZF shows how the use of a simple material (wood veneers) can create beautifully sculptural lights, such as the Swirl suspension light. We also like the Escappa ceiling light, hand crafted using mouth-blown glass by Scott Pirie and the Kizu table light from New Works.
Use accessories with striking sculptural shapes to add a touch of design flair. Try the Ooga Booga coat hanger from Moustache, the Axonometry set from Ghidini 1961 and the Belle cake stand from Incipit.
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Architect Stephane Malka's passion is to renew urban life by making clever use of under-utilised spaces in cities. This remarkable house in the Boulogne Billancourt area of Paris is a great example.
Lisbon-based design brand Dooq has steered away from traditional Portuguese furniture design by creating a collection of furniture that thrives on unexpected contrasts in styles, shapes and materials.