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A Tiny Italian Flat Undergoes a Modern Revamp For $40K Photo Gallery
Combining the natural ergonomics of seating and the beauty of ordinary forms, Jaroslav Jurica designed the Candy collection for JEUNEK with candies as inspiration. The round shapes and pastel colours are primarily used to brighten up interiors and inspire playfulness in a room. The foundation of the product line is a wooden structure that provides optimum comfort while exposing the beauty of solid oakwood. Natural materials have been used for the frames as well as the upholstery, to add a fresh perspective to furniture. Retro-inspired accent chairs are made of lacquered fibreglass, with the seat and back upholstered in velvet. The chairs can also be used individually in living rooms, restaurants and hotel lobbies.
Folded and grooved
Designed by Victoria Wilmotte for French retailer Matiere Grise, the Wind table is a modern interpretation of a traditional Japanese technique. The original art of Origami involves folding paper into decorative shapes and forms, but Wilmotte has applied the same technique to steel. The vividly-coloured side tables come in different shapes, all of which have a steady, almost cylindrical base.