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Ferm Living looks to luxury with Scenes of Splendour homeware collection

Ferm Living combined the "decadence of bygone eras" with a minimal Danish aesthetic to create its latest collection. Drawing upon notions of decadence, Ferm Living combined rich colours and materials with its typical pared-back Scandinavian style. "The new collection acts as a prelude to dramatic moments in the midst of a serene scenery," said the

Jaime Hayón uses “21st-century marquetry” to create whimsical Stone Age Folk

Spanish designer Jaime Hayón has assembled sections of quartz material Caesarstone into stoney faces that form tabletops, cabinet fronts and wall hangings. The whimsical furniture and decorative items in the series are fronted or topped with visage-like imagery in the designer's typical illustrative style. These flat faces are made up of multiple smaller pieces of the engineered

Vzor launches collection of “timeless” chairs by mid-century Polish sculptor

Chairs that sculptor and painter Roman Modzelewski designed in the 1950s are available to purchase for the first time as part of a new collection launched by Polish brand Vzor at IMM Cologne.  Up until now, the chairs in Vzor's Iconic Design collection have only been displayed in museums as prototypes. Polish brand Vzor has launched chairs designed by

Sebastian Herkner produces “playful and brutalist” collection for Pulpo

German designer Sebastian Herkner's latest creations for Pulpo are chubby coffee tables and shallow bowls, which launched this weekend at Maison&Objet. Herkner, who has had a long-standing partnership with the German brand, presented the Mira collection for the first time at the furniture fair in Paris. Both the coffee table and bowl are made up of two geometric