New & Notable is a cultural catchall that highlights interesting new products and projects from our brilliantly creative members of The List. With new releases, events, and goings-on, the below moments indicate the power they have to move the needle in so many realms, including architecture, design, fashion, and art.
While the design industry suffered a loss when upstart furniture and lighting brand Dims shuttered in late 2022, perhaps no one was impacted more than the creators of Dims’ most-loved products. That’s why 3D-printed lighting manufacturer Gantri has teamed up with Seoul-based Studio Word to reissue the fan-favorite Word Table Light. Originally created by Gantri and Studio Word for Dims in 2019, its undulating surface recalls stone-carved doric columns of antiquity, produced in Gantri’s signature sugarcane-derived 3D-printing filaments.
Modular, refillable, leakproof and made from post-consumer ocean plastic, Cadence’s Capsules changed the landscape for those looking to bring their wellness routines on the go. With the Capsule Flex System, the brand’s jetsetting followers can now choose from a range of larger, smaller, and expandable Capsules for their next adventure.
Apple, Gensler, and Lucas Film’s choice architectural finishing supplier recently expanded its range of functional wall art. They introduced the Odessa Flat felt panels this past year, and in March debuted the Lyric Flat and Orion patterns. In keeping with the company’s leanings towards natural and handmade wares, all three variations are offered in customizable hues of wool felt and wood.
Color and language play a pivotal role in each of the brand’s line of U.K.-made silk scarves, so it’s fitting that the new Pheresis collection incorporates hues of rust, aquamarine, and citrine. While pheresis means “to take away” in Greek, Poemet interprets it to mean “to keep only the most pure and essential for one’s being.”
If its core furniture offerings seamlessly blend a storied Scandinavian heritage with a contemporary roster of global design talent, then Menu’s Icons collection highlights the late greats of Danish modernism. The collection launched with an assortment of seating by Tove and Edvard Kindt-Larsen, Ib Kofod-Larsen, Vilhelm Lauritzen, and Arnold Madsen.
The fine jewelry designer collaborated with accessory designer Adeline Halot to expand her eponymous line with a newly launched collection at Palazzo Durini during Milan Design Week. The Glint collection sees Halot’s trademark metallic textiles applied in a dazzling new context thanks to Gringoire’s expert use of gems like diamonds and pink tourmaline.
The firm founded by David Montalba is celebrating the completion of two residences in Los Angeles. Both Canyon Terrace House, adjacent to the rustic beauty of Santa Monica canyon, and Manhattan Beach House’s coastal adjacency incorporate areas for indoor-outdoor living, deft use of vertical planes, and breathtaking vignettes of the surrounding landscape.