4. Forestine from Ressource
Forrestine is Ressource’s first wallpaper
collection and includes 10 modern motifs in
a range of sizes and saturated color palettes,
all of which are digitally printed on matte paper
with environmentally-friendly inks. Designed by
Annabelle Vermont, the collection was inspired
by nature, specifically the landscape of Provence,
where Vermont closey observed flora and fauna.
6. Bone Collection from Crosland
Crosland Emmons’ inaugural Bone Collection
features a series of handmade porcelain and
earthenware pendants, floor lamps, table
lamps, sconces and accent pieces. Each
lighting piece – from globe to accent – is a
one-of-a-kind creation, having the imprint of
the maker rather than being machine made.
7. Expo 67 Chair from Nienkämper
Originally designed in 1967 by Christen Sorensen,
the updated Expo 67 Chair is comfortable and
durable, with clean lines and a simple, modern
aesthetic that allows for ease of maintenance.
The distinctive design and upholstery technique
allows for a multitude of unique combinations
by way of textiles and color. The outside back
is Natural Beech and separated from the inside
back and seat by a simple white welt detail.
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Paragon Hex stones are precision-cut and
surface-sculpted into rhomboids with a
tapered, angled relief. The unique pieces
are then placed into a hexagonal layout to
create an interlocking tile. The result is a
seamless, three-dimensional array that is
at once complex yet elegant.