What movesin the world of interiors

Gabi's Matégot lounge table; Giorgetti's refined football table; Jeff Koon's Balloon Dog on a reflective porcelain plate... There is no doubt, we live in an era full of fantasy.
2017-04-01
Lifestyle

Gubi

It’s all smoke and mirrors with Gabi’s Matégot lounge table, featuring a smoked-glass top and contrasting sculptural chrome legs.

BoConcept

The Hamptons is where busy New Yorkers unwind; BoConcept’s Hampton sofa replicates that vibe for all city dwellers.

Jura

Barista expertise meets minimalist style in the Jura A7. It makes two cups simultaneously.

Giorgetti

When a football table is this refined – with a leather-covered frame and carved ash-wood players – it’s much more than just a game.

Le Creuset

At the forefront of style for more than 90 years, Le Creuset’s colourful cast-iron cookware has staying power.

SHOW DOG

Some call it ground-breaking; others label it kitsch. Either way, Jeff Koons’ art makes headlines. When his Orange Balloon Dog sculpture sold for USD 58.4m in 2013, it set a record for the most expensive work of art by a living artist sold at auction. If you don’t have the space to house the original 10ft creation in your living room, the good news is that the New-York-based artist has teamed up with French porcelain brand Bernardaud to render the mirror-polished stainless-steel dog on a reflective porcelain plate – measuring a discreet 10 inches in diameter.

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