Curving shapes fuse with textural raw materials for a reinterpretation of a retro vision of the future, straight out of a classic Eighties sci-fi movie
Sculptured glass and a spiky aloe look eerily intriguing against an abstract red-planet backdrop.
Ondulation mural, 280x159cm, £265.10, Riverside 2 at Casa Deco. Tubini vase, £199.50, Calligaris. Faux aloe, £26.95 Graham and Green. Circular Shadow LED lamp, £160; Hammond Clay lamp, £95, both Habitat. Pilotis console table, £7,900, Malgorzata Bany at The New Craftsmen. Metamorphosis sculptures, £350 each, Morten Klitgaard; Canyon Falls II sculpture, £8,000, Joseph Harrington; all at London Glassblowing. Textile artwork, £350, Jo Elbourne. Stone spice grinder, £85, Tom Dixon
Jetsons-inspired shapes create a cool space-age vision…
Michel Ducaroy Togo modular corner sofa, £4,920, Ligne Roset at Harrods. IPN side table in Carrara marble, £1,248, François Bauchet at Ligne Roset. Quay co ee table, £3,790, G&O Buratti at Porada. Carlo sideboard, £550, Habitat. Cushions, £32.50 each, Loom & Last. Triple Slinkie rug, 223x300cm, £8,992, Patricia Urquiola at Silvera.
that feels contemporary at the same time.
Sveva chair in Tobacco hide, £5,774, Carlo Colombo at Flexform London.
A huge spotlight arching over the dining table suggests a Douglas Adams spacelab vibe.
Podium table, £3,846, Bontempi Casa. Opal Arc floor lamp, £2,200, Tom Dixon. Platner side chair, £2,832, Warren Platner for Knoll at The Conran Shop. Saint Tropez swivel chair, £350; Ionico vase, £125, both Calligaris. RUM glassware, from £26 for two; Canopy terrarium, H22cm, £65; all LSA. Flabello mirror in Antiqued Glass, £516, Lanzavecchia+Wai at Gallotti & Radice. China Blue vinyl flooring, £29sq m, The Colour Flooring Company.
A disc painted on the wall, like a rising full moon, forms an ethereal backdrop to a porcelain collection, with shades chosen to complement the pieces.
Mondrian sofa in velvet, £7,924, Jean-Marie Massaud at Poliform. IPN side table, £1,248, François Bauchet at Ligne Roset. Pilotis console table, £7,900, Malgorzata Bany at The New Craftsmen.
This both raw and re ned aesthetic is exactly what NASA would create if it had a stand at the London Design Festival.
Apollo seat, £4,990, Lara Bohinc at Bohinc Studio. Moss, cast-glass sculpture, £8,000, Joseph Harrington at London Glassblowing. Vetro lamp in Dusty Nude Pink/Opal Glass, £49, Made.com. Mold vase, £265, Kateryna Sokolova at Ligne Roset. Fim bookends (one shown) £350, Anna New York at William and Sons
The textural wall takes the rough with the smooth, a combination that stimulates the senses with an out-of-this-world feel.
Hepworth armchair in Single Cream linen, £1,298, Love Your Home. Abstract cushion, £125, Tom Dixon. Calvin table, £149, Made.com. Game of Stones table, £2,200, Jose na Muñoz at Mint. Bloomingville screen, £169, An Artful Life.
There’s weightlessness at play here, with ribbed-fabric walls creating a softly embracing textural space in which to sleep.
On walls Quartz Velvet in Eau de Nil, £117m, Zo any at Style Library. Alba king-size bed in Siena in Clay, £2,299, Heal’s. J by Jasper Conran Printed duvet set, £70, Debenhams. Montmartre throw in Zinc, 140x180cm, £165; Cassia cushion, £65, both Designers Guild. Patricia Urquiola Super Fake rug, 230x230cm, £9,522, CC Tapis at Silvera. Sign table, £475, Studio Kairos at Lema.
Photography / Jake Curtis
Styling / Hannah Franklin
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