The sisters, Karine and Virginie Glustin started Galerie Glustin manly focusing on exclusive pieces from the 18th and 19th centuries, and later expanded into 20th-century furniture, and the most recent…
Lara Bohinc is a successful and recognized modern furniture and jewelry designer, founder of Bohinc Studio. According to her about the latest design trends – “We hardly get requests for black or gray anymore. It’s all about color, often pink or turquoise, and we easily oblige. I especially love thickly painted, brightly colored glazes on ceramics and earthenware.”
This London-based designer extends into furniture new design trends that recalls her signature sculptural lines. Lara Bohinc has always had her eyes on the stars—literally. As a former design consultant for Cartier, Montblanc, and Gucci, her furniture pieces with a unique design carries forward that aesthetic and focuses on circles, semi-circles and straight lines.
Bohinc’s contemporary design and aesthetic draws from her background in industrial design from Slovenia’s University of Ljubljana Academy of Fine Arts and Design. Today, Design Limited Edition provides you with some design inspiration trends and modern furniture pieces created by her to get you impressed and inspired. Are you looking to some home décor ideas? This article is for you!
Celeste Vanity Console
This modern furniture piece with unique design has an elegant and playful form made from square brass galvanized steel rod frame, that contrasts with the fresh blue of the verdigris patinated copper surface, sides, and drawer. The contemporary design play with circles and straight lines to create a piece that is delicate, light but complex.
In the collection, Lara Bohinc develops her stellar themes, finding inspiration in planetary and lunar orbits, whose gravitationally curved trajectories drive the lines and shapes of the chairs. Constructed from a thin square rod, the chair is elegant, minimal and delicate.
Fortress Tower Vase Dark Gold Ceramic
This piece with a unique design is a marriage of ancient and futuristic form in the new Fortress Vase range, which has created a more complex geometric and modern structure from the original inspiration of the octagonal towers at the Diocletian Palace in Croatia
Fortress Treasury Box Red Ceramic
Fortress Treasury Box Red Ceramic is hand made from ceramic in a small Italian artisanal workshop and comes in three finishes: white crackle, iron, bronze, and red.
Stargazer Candleholder Multi Nero Marquina
Available in two designs, these candlesticks have a powerful sculptural presence far exceeding their practical use.
Collision Ceiling Light Gold Galvanic With White Acrylic
The deconstruction and reconfiguration of pure geometric form have inspired much of designer Lara Bohinc’s work and here results in her very first lighting design. The light here is about the collision of spherical quarters, which are struck violently together to form one broken sphere.
Solar Chair Steel and Wool in Pink
The Solar Chair has an asymmetric frame and its reflecting circles suggest the rising and setting of the sun. It is constructed from playful lines that incorporate circles, half circles, and squares.
Fortress Cupola Vase Blue Ceramic
The hexagonal shapes of this unique piece interlock and embrace, creating a dynamic play of light and shade on the many surfaces and angles.
Half Moon Dining Table
This contemporary design piece involves both states of the art CNC manufacturing and countless hours of painstaking hand-finishing. The Half Moon dining table requires over 100 hours’ work by the craftsmen.