Atelier V&F Raw Cabinetpresented by Objective Gallery
Harry Nuriev Silver Finger Sofa
Lionel Jadot Reverso Mustang' Sofapresented by Everyday Gallery
Mixing found objects with handcrafted elements, every object created by Belgian architect, designer, and filmmaker Lionel Jadot tells a fascinating story. Jadot’s Reverso Mustang' sofa is composed of a bed structure from the 1930s, wooden ceilings by Chistophe Gevers, the legs are Danish candlesticks from the 1960s, the armrests are made from Indian wood turning and elements of chimney stacks, the seats are made with the back seats of a 1966 Mustang GT350.
OrtaMiklos Sunset Phenomenapresented by Friedman Benda
Misha Kahn Tingle Tangle Mingle Manglepresented by Friedman Benda
This flamboyant table exemplifies New York designer Misha Kahn’s signature visual language. Obliquely inspired by the quirky, organic quality of claymation, Khan’s other-worldly soft volumes are scaffolded with slender rods—a nod to the Surrealist movement as well as the embodiment of the designer’s conviction that soft bodies should not have to interact with rigid, rectilinear forms.
Virgil Abloh Efflorescence Consolepresented by Galerie kreo
Jaime Hayon Vase Bluetopresented by Galerie kreo
Hanne Friis Shiny Wavepresented by Galerie Maria Wettergren
Shiny Wave is a masterful recent work by Norwegian textile artist Hanne Friis. Profoundly organic, the viscose wall sculpture is hand-dyed by the artist with natural materials from trees, such as bark, leaves, and cones, as well as iron mordant. She then carefully hand-stitches the composition with a needle and a thread. The results are like something out of a fairy tale.