We are always eager to bring you the best designs by top interior designers and architects across the world. Today, we proudly present you living room furniture pieces that feel contemporary and exquisite in equal doses – the idea here is to celebrate interior design on a global scale. Without further ado, let’s dive deep into the wonders of these modern design icons. Stay tuned!
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The iconic Taliesin 1 armchair, which the American architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed for his own home, is now in production for the first time in 28 years. This is all thanks to the Italian brand Cassina, in partnership with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. It feels futuristic even for today.
Since Nate Berkus established his award-winning interior design firm at the age of 24, his approachable and elevated philosophy has transformed countless homes around the world. Recently, Nate Berkus created a collection for living spaces alongside Jeremiah Brent. A highlight of that collection if the Laurel armchair – they designed this piece to be a modern version of a classic English icon.
Martyn Lawrence Bullard is a multi-award-winning Los Angeles-based interior designer renowned for his broad range of styles and eclectic yet inviting interiors. Martyn’s showroom mixes photography and art alongside vintage items and Italian glass chandeliers displaying his diverse designs in one place. Just like this pair of vintage brass palm tree wall sconces, that can be wired for lights.
Kelly Hoppen is one of the biggest names in the interior design world. She has a big line of furniture that reflects her signature style – neutral color palettes, beautiful textures and an East meets West aesthetic. The Ottoman bench is one of the highlights of her collection. It is enormously versatile and works as a perfect footstool or additional seating in any room.
Jonathan Adler is one of the most renowned interior designers in the US, having started his design journey through pottery. With a distinctive mid-century modern style, one of his best products if the Reform Credenza sideboard, that is inspired by the Brutalist architecture of modernist temples and churches from Le Corbusier’s Ronchamp to Miami’s Temple Israel to the Cathedral of Brasìlia.
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