This week explore refined furniture and lighting pieces by Florence based gallery Flair, striking new chairs and more by Milan based Colé; new in elegant ceramic vases by the Sicilian Luigi Pulvirenti; the new handmade pieces of the carpet maker Mariantonia Urru and the contemporary and graceful rugs by Kristiina Lassus.
Colé New In. Always keeping attention to
Shop Luigi Pulvirenti
Introducing Luigi Pulvirenti. The Sicilian-born ceramist pieces stand out for their elegant and delicate silhouettes,
Discover more decorative objects on Luigi Pulvirenti Page.
Shop Kristiina Lassus
Introducing Kristiina Lassus. The
Flair New In. When
Discover more unique furniture and lighting on Flair Page.
Shop Mariantonia Urru
Mariantonia Urru New In. Transforming rugs into work of arts is a daily activity in the workshop of Mariantonia Urru, where ea
Secondome New In. Secondome gallery introduces beautiful new furniture and lighting pieces, characterized as always by a very unique design and use of materials.
Explore more unique furniture on Secondome Page.
Shop Serena Confalonieri
Serena Confalonieri New In. Discover striking new in ceramic pieces by the young Milan based designer Serena Confalonieri who launched her new collection of unconventional decorative objects during Milan Design Week. Contemporary ceramic objects with strong graphics inspired by the Masai culture and its
Explore more sculptural decorative objects on Serena Confalonieri Page.
Shop Bitossi Ceramiche
Bitossi Ceramiche New In. Explore new ceramic vases and decorative objects designed by renowned artists and designers including, Ettore Sottsass, Max Lamb
Explore more iconic ceramics on Bitossi Ceramiche Page.
Shop Brass Brothers & Co.
Explore more brass lighting and furniture on Brass Brothers & Co Page.
Brass Brothers & Co.$1,320
Brass Brothers & Co.$1,950
Brass Brothers & Co.$6,470
Brass Brothers & Co.$1,010
Brass Brothers & Co.$3,690
Brass Brothers & Co.$1,640
Shop Gum Design
Gumdesign New In.
Shop Mazzotti 1903
Mazzotti 1903 New In. Explore new unique ceramic decorative objects inspired by the Italian Futurist movement where colors meets geometric lines.
Explore more ceramics on Mazzotti 1903 Page.