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OCT 28, 2019 | By Aneesha Bhadri
CLOCKWISE, FROM LEFT Suave and stylish; Honed grandeur; Quiet splendour

Simple sophistication: Mario Bellini’s 932 MB1 Quartet armchair for Cassina complements the Scala sideboard with three doors by Stéphane Parmentier for Giobagnara. The Alu Square side table by Muller Van Severen for Valerie Objects and Jamie Hayon’s neutral- hued Bala high table create an attractive contrast. Accessories include a white bowl from the Strom collection by Nicholai Wiig-Hansen for Raawii, Francesca Amfitheatrof’s bowl in gold for Alessi, the tall vessel from Olivia Aspinall and Ornamental Grace, and a yellow medium constructed vessel by Derek Wilson from Flow Gallery.

Quiet splendour: Konstantin Grcic’s Sam Son chair for Magis and the white Milan side table by Sebastian Herkner for Pulpo seem to merge with the surface on which they rest. Jamie Hayon’s green Arcolor table for Arflex along with the Bonavita rug by Suzanne Sharp for The Rug Company add colour. The space is adorned with Kate Bergin’s Aestetisk Vessels cup from Mint, Octans Inmarquina marble vessel by Dan Yeffet from Ooumm, Tom Dixon’s Bump tall glass, and a vase from Nicholai Wiig-Hansen’s Strom collection for Raawii.
Honed grandeur: The Knockout dining table by Ida Linea-Hildebrand for Friends & Founders is nestled between a pair of Gae Aulenti’s Locus Solus chairs for Exteta. In the back lies the Lute coffee leather table from the Donghia collection for Rubelli. The space is accessorised using Nicholai Wiig-Hansen’s Lundstrom jug from the Strom collection for Raawii, Ceylon vase from Armani Casa, Lutz Könecke’s 17/052 vase in black, and the S-M-A-S-H-E-R sculpture by Will Yates-Johnson from Broadway Market.
Suave and stylish: Aytm’s Angui bench and the Oxydation side table by Kateryna Sokolova for Ligne Roset offset Marian Pepler’s pink Benin rug for Christopher Farr, which adds warmth to the stone floor. The space features Ferm Living’s Pouf Oval as well as Tom Dixon’s Bump tall vase and teacup