12 Stunning Design Choices That Channel Great Art
Artwork For The Floors, Walls, And Windows, In The Style Of The Masters.
Left: The Warp dining table by John Pomp, through The Bright Group, evokes the crushed metal art of John Chamberlain. The hand-cast glass crystal slab rests on a crushed metal base in burnished silver.
Right: Iatesta Studio’s Diva Lounge Chair is part of the Artisan Imprint Collection, and is inspired by the Diva Sofa designed by Frank Babb Randolph. The pattern evokes classical heraldry motifs. Through John Rosselli & Associates.
Tai Ping’s Song of Solitude collection launches this fall, and pays homage to the ethereal landscapes and mythical realms of the northwest in China’s folklore. Jiuqu, seen here, references the swift brushstrokes and dramatic, black-ink washes found in Chinese art.
Left: Henzel Studio’s Pollara Cobalt Frozen Cut rug, through deAurora, is the creation of contemporary Swedish artist Calle Henzel. He incorporates vintage treatments, intricate surface compositions and even natural erosion, which blur the distinction between art and design.
Center: Mokum’s Surface Outdoor Collection includes Abstraction, shown here in brick.
Right: Ceramic artist Zachary Weber explores the metaphor of the vessel by using disassembly, material manipulation, inscriptions, and color to highlight changes and create visual interplay. Both through Holly Hunt.
Left: For her new collection with The Shade Store, Alexa Hampton draws inspiration from her love of traditional motifs with an emphasis on embroidered fabrics. The color palette of tonal blues, greens, ivories and grays softens the materials, offering a stunning assortment of fabrics for custom drapery, Roman shades, and cornices.
Center + Right:Phillip Jeffries’s Imperial Gates (left) is inspired by classic architectural motifs. Untethered (right) employs bold, calligraphic brushstrokes inspired by abstract impressionism.
Wall Scapes, a new collection from Turf Design, fuses art and acoustics and includes four designs: Acre, Peak, Wave (above), and Groove. To create the eye-catching patterns, the brand used cuts, angles, and colors to highlight each original motif. The forms enhance the sound in a room and create a new visual ambiance by introducing colorful, organic patterns.
Left: Kirkby Design is a leader in sustainable design, with an emphasis on natural, yet durable fibers. Their new collection, available through Romo, uses recycled materials to create beautiful weaves, prints, and embroidery. Shown here, Formation, in black and white.
Right: La Foce is a new collaboration between Patterson Flynn and Timothy Whealon. The crenellated lines are inspired by the fantastic formal gardens and geometric box hedges adorning the grounds of a Tuscan villa of the same name. The design has the graphic gravitas of an ancient Greek key, but takes on an almost mystical quality as it fades away.