A celebration of savoir faire, the collection relies on craftsmanship and thoughtful design resulting in objets that ooze a South of France whimsy characteristic of much of Yovanovitch’s work.
With new products from Mexican artisans, Obakki continues its commitment to rejuvenating communities on their own terms.
Vancouver artist Scott Sueme teams up with Sundays, a furniture company that recently went from being online-only to having physical locations.
“Château’s primary inspiration was a nostalgic reflection on my youth in Provence transposed in the hills of Topanga near L.A. where I live. It has a very similar feel, the same pine and wild oak forested hills close to the sea.”
As autumn slowly finds its way back into our lives once again, so do the essences of the season. There is always comfort to be expected when lighting a candle during the fall; the crisp autumn air blows outside, colourful leaves fall to the ground, and you, wrapped in a blanket of warm aromas.
What started in 2014 as founder and sole designer Mischa Couvrette “smashing things together in a two-car garage” has grown to 15,000 square feet of manufacturing space that puts out a considered line of lighting, furniture, and accessories. Hollis + Morris teams tend toward the minimal with biophilic inspirations—the Willow Sconce is the newest addition to the line’s Bloom Collection.
Maximalism is coming back in style, and the design trends for 2021 are all about emphasizing the baroque and the loud.
These lights draw attention to themselves while accenting the surroundings, the hallmark function of great design.
The Israel-based company known for its crisp quartz kitchen counters releases a trio of fresh finishes.