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The Windsor Chair, an classic furniture piece, is refreshingly interpreted in our Feb-March 2020 issue

FEB 25, 2020 | By Sonia Dutt and Sakshi Rai
Discover the unparalleled design reign of the Windsor chair—so truly supreme, its legacy inspires creations. Grab a seat as we embark on a journey that traces its evolution through a series of contemporary avatars
Pink “Kube” table in oak with Solid Wood and tempered glass by Karim Rashid for ERA
“Woven bench” with upholstered KvadRat canvas from Max Lipsey
Retro-futurist phone in aluminium and ABS Plastic from Terkuma Uji

Discover the unparalleled design reign of the Windsor chair—so truly supreme, its legacy inspires creations. Grab a seat as we embark on a journey that traces its evolution through a series of contemporary avatars. Trend and Style Prediction by Sonia Dutt


“Fan-Back” hardwood Windsor chair (2018) from Gulmohar Lane, ₹14,900; “OFFSET” Wooden chair (2018) by Drill Design from Time&Style; “WW armchair cS3” in Solid European oak (2019) by Alejandro Villarreal for Hayche; “PRESERVATION” Bench in American White oak (2017) from Houtlander; “Fan” Wooden chair (2010) by Tom Dixon from Mohd; all prices on request

 

Drift on a wave of nostalgia with pastel interiors that juxtapose traditional elegance with a hint of whimsy
Inspired by the famous pale shade of blue—known as Wedgwood blue—this fireplace is a modern day tribute to ceramic brand Jasperware Wedgwood. The setting adorns a vintage look similar to the famous unglazed matte “biscuit” finish seen on their porcelain giftware.

Fashion a hybrid aesthetic with creative reinterpretations of timeless styles for your personal cove

This cosy, 484 sq ft studio apartment in Ukraine overcomes its space restraints with custom curated interiors. Crafted by Kiev based architectural firm Artem Trigubchak, it features vibrant colours and bespoke furniture such as a blue lacquered dining table, double coloured mirror and two sided wooden storage units, making the space seem larger as well as uncluttered. Photograph by Mikhail Loskutov; artemtrigubchak.com

 

Welcome decor accessories that have gained iconic status and are now shaped by modern sensibilities
Pink “Kube” table in oak with solid wood and tempered glass by Karim Rashid for ERA; “Qucha” enamelled ceramic vase by Moustache for Sources Unlimited; “L3CDF Rose” ceramic spoons by Ferréol Babin for Pulpo; “Auslaufmodel” steel frame structure in glass fibre and epoxy resin by Alexander Nettesheim from Nettesheim Design; “Form Stool 3” in solid MDF coated with acrylic based paint from NortStudio; “Dreyfuss” retro-futurist phone in aluminium and ABS Plastic from Terkuma Uji; Steel “woven bench” with upholstered Kvadrat canvas from Max Lipsey; “Invader Whisks” in polypropylene by Jaro Kose from Sigur; all prices on request

Drift on a wave of nostalgia with pastel interiors that juxtapose traditional elegance with whimsy; Photograph by S Thiru

 

“Auslaufmodel” steel frame structure in glass fibre and epoxy resin by Alexander Nettesheim from Nettesheim Design

 

“Form Stool 3” in solid MDF coated with acrylic based paint from NortStudio

 

“Invader Whisks” in polypropylene by Jaro Kose from Sigur

 

“Qucha” enamelled ceramic vase by Moustache for Sources Unlimited