Bringing you my HOT (90 in NYC hot) picks this week:
Rare and conceptually interesting table lamp with convex optical lens for illumination by Italian designer Oscar Torlasco, produced by Lumi, c. 1950. This fixture has a double ball joint pivot for flexibility.
Jens Risom. This walnut and upholstered bench works well in the bedroom at the foot of the bed, the living room as seating or behind a sofa as an objet. Think out of the box and use it as a coffee table. Original modern design with an Asian feel.
Ron Arad’s iconic Big Easy armchairs were originally created in his London workshop using bent sheet steel welded at the edges and were usually available only as unique pieces or very limited editions. Never known for their comfort, it wasn’t until Moroso introduced the Soft Big Easy that the series finally had found a production version which would be both true to the original forms and wonderful to live with. Over 4 feet wide, this is a Big chair.
Milo Baughman. Beautiful lavender lacquered credenza with chrome cladded side supports. Perfect for a feminine boudoir!
Remember, the most eco-friendly thing we can do is to re-use.
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