Contemporary furniture and limited edition pieces are perfect for the most creative minds, and for those looking for the best in the design world. Collectable design lovers, today’s posts od for you! We’ve selected the best of contemporary furniture, from lighting products to exclusive mirrors, from luxury brands to art galleries, enjoy!
An ode to one of Portugal’s most important kings, D. Dinis, this mirror comes from the mindset of seeking the knowledge to recreate a time-honored design through contemporary eyes. It reinvents the concepts of classic furniture designs.
LAMPADAIRE LISEUSE BY INGRID DONAT
Designed by Ingrid Donat, the artist started her career in the art of sculpture. During the ’80s, she started creating her own contemporary furniture, like this limited edition floor lamp.
The mystic of late XIX century boulevards are brought home by the masterpiece Lumière wall mirror lamp. A confluence of Victorian street lights and architectural tectonic form, the Lumiere exemplifies the contemporary dualities of art and functionality. A ground-breaking collectible design for present-day luxe and timeless statement.
BUFFET INNER VORTEX BY VINCENT DUBOURG
Dubourg’s contemporary furniture, like this buffet, is true sculpture art. The artist makes contemporary allusions to traditional methods of cabinetmaking, with a fresh approach to materials and techniques.
This opulent piece, full of resources and desire, is inspired by the gothic furniture of the romantic period, with its capacity to take advantage of the power of imagination, precision, and escape, without forgetting its unique character.
Inspired by the showstopping Shard London Bridge, this chandelier is a unique piece is similar to a work of art. Made from gold-plated brass and crystal glass, the Shard chandelier has a powerful and imposing design!
NOAH MIRROR BY CAMPANA BROTHERS
The brothers, Fernando and Humberto Campana are experts in collectible design and contemporary furniture. Their work incorporates their ethos in environment and the idea of re-using and re-inventing everyday materials to achieve some notably Brazilian characteristics—bright colors, creative chaos, the triumph of simple solutions.
Mixing the old with new, Newton side table is an insightful combination of grandeur and playfulness. This contemporary furniture piece was conceived to create a particular atmosphere, it has an unmistakable presence beyond its mere functional characteristics.
EXCAVATION: EVICTED SLICED TABLE BY PAUL COCKEDGE
Paul Cocksedge transformed several tonnes of material mined from the foundations of his London studio into a furniture series. Cocksedge extracted hundreds of cylinders of concrete, discovering the Victorian bricks from the building. After sanding, polishing, and cutting the cores, Cocksedge incorporated their circular forms into a series of six pieces that contrasted the coarseness of the concrete with the lightness of glass.