The Netherlands architect Wiel Arets has designed a gripping corkscrew, salt and pepper mill, made of ceramic and high-grade steel, for the Italian company Alessi.
screw.it salt.it pepper.it, by Wiel Arets, for Alessi
Made from enameled steel, nylon and leather, the two orbits enclose the sitter. Dynamic.
Lounge Chair (1955), $16,000, by Luciano Grassi, Sergio Conti and Marisa Forlani, for Paoli at Wright
A murrine paperweight in flashed Murano glass, hand-ground, when set on paper it becomes a magnifying glass that enlarges words and pictures.
TV Murrine Paperweight, by Naoto Fukasawa, for B&B Italia
An outdoor/indoor, injection-moulded polycarbonate chair.
Poly, by Karim Rashid, for Bonaldo
Athos started as an adjustable table, now the range is extended with a storage solution. Different large shelf units and cabinet elements can be combined and re-sized within one another.
Athos, by Paolo Piva, for B&B Italia
Available in two heights, the Sina Armchair has two curved shapes that converge to create a small armchair with a strong personality. Sina perfectly blends well with other furnishings or even as a stand alone both at home or in public areas, a matching side or cafe table is also available in this collection.
Sina Armchair, by Uwe Fischer, for B&B Italia
Within the frame of two recent architectural projects, the pendant range Kirchschlag was developed as a light that is both decorative and highly functional – a combination that is rare, with most lights falling into either one or the other cathegory. It was made in close relationship with highly skilled glass blowers and engravers as well as lighting professionals, to create a light that unites the beauty of expert workmanship and advances in new technology.
Kirchschlag by Atelier Areti