Hospitality design is all about visual impact and physical comfort. From pedigreed modernist classics to eye-popping contemporary works, these pieces will make any lobby or lounge area a memorable space.
Jewels Garden Carpet (pictured at top)
Fabricated using the Chromojet high-definition printer, which creates remarkably realistic images, this flamboyant collage of flowers, gemstones, and Madras motifs is definitely lobby-worthy. Designed by Sacha Walckhoff, Christain Lacroix Maison.
The origami-inspired form of this cushy chair can be upholstered in leather for formal settings or cotton or wool for more casual decors. Ash frame, in natural or black stain. Designed by Rémi Bouhaniche.
Its form inspired by structural I-beams, the frame of this sofa appears to float above the floor. Available in eight colors of leather upholstery. Designed by Alexander Andersson.
Mixi Modular Watermark Cabinet
The Mixi Modular Watermark Cabinet is a chest of drawers with custom dark brass finished drawer hardware and a corresponding steel base. Mixing the old with the modern, this piece is finished with a printing process that runs fluid across the cabinet in a marbleized vintage book design.
Series 7 Chair, 60th Anniversary Edition
Republic of Fritz Hansen
To mark the sixtieth anniversary of the Series 7™ chair, two special editions of the 3107 chair have been made. The chairs have been created with a masculine or feminine perspective: one with a dark blue shell with powder-coated legs, while the other features a pale pink shell with gold-plated legs. Each piece comes with a golden plate mounted on the bottom of the shell, documenting it as part of the limited release. Available only throughout 2015. Designed by Arne Jacobsen.
Roundabout is a modular composition of seats/poufs that can be converted into bar stools, coffee tables, or chairs. Attached to one another by flexible joints, these elements can be composed into various compositions without limitation, in rows or clusters that fit in narrow halls or wide spaces. Smart joint elements on the poufs enable rotating one piece around another. Suitable for public places, offices, hotel lobbies or galleries, the collection is made of plywood, fabric covers, and high-density foam.