Object free pieces for the outside.
Manta Ray daybed, some portion of the Moray gathering by Holly Hunt Enterprises.
1. Architect: Holly Hunt for Holly Hunt Enterprises.
Champion: Sea animals were the motivation for Moray, a 25-piece gathering two years really taking shape, because of the multifaceted nature of the manufacture procedure. The namesake Moray chaise longue has a powder-covered aluminum outline with haggles colored acrylic upholstery.
Jeanette, Chee, and Eileen seats and tables by Tom Fereday for SP01 Design.
2. Creator: Tom Fereday for SP01 Design.
Items: Jeanette, Chee, and Eileen.
Champion: Steel is the consistent for this trio of seats and tables, the last bested in high-weight plastic cover, acetylated wood, or marble.
Brixx measured couch by Lorenza Bozzoli for Dedon.
3. Fashioner: Lorenza Bozzoli for Dedon.
Champion: Mix and match the triangular or support backrests with the little, medium, and substantial seating modules, all upholstered in water-repellent acrylic.
Leaf side table by Gordon Guillaumier for Roda.
4. Architect: Gordon Guillaumier for Roda.
Champion: A frame developed by Mother Nature is reinterpreted by man, with an enameled top and a base in powder-covered stainless steel.
Ceaseless Line relax seat by Lee Mindel for Sutherland.
5. Planner: Lee Mindel for Sutherland.
Item: Continuous Line.
Champion: The SheltonMindel author and Interior Design Hall of famer sets teak and stainless steel equipment for a parlor seat with Finnish flavor.
Apsara by Ludovica and Roberto Palomba for Giorgetti.
6. Architect: Ludovica and Roberto Palomba for Giorgetti.
Champion: Palomba Serafini Associati’s organizers imagined a similar stage in Afromosia wood both supporting seating and filling in as a table.