What’s New This Winter, From Our List Members

Italian Design Brands’ New York City flagship, Original BTC’s ode to the plum blossom, and more from our List members.

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.

Credit: Courtesy of IDB.

Italian Design Brands (IDB)

Since going public this year, the Italian design destination has been bullish on bringing its collection of furniture, lighting, kitchen, and contract offerings to promising markets. In October, the brand opened its Lexington Ave. flagship showcasing Davide Groppi lighting and Meridiani furniture in a light-filled space designed by Andrea Parisio, the latter’s creative director.

Photo credit: courtesy of Caran D’Ache and the Keith Haring Foundation.

Caran D’Ache

The latest launch from the Swiss purveyor of fine art materials will take a decidedly more street-art twist in a collaboration with the Keith Haring Foundation. The late artist’s line art figures in motion feature heavily in the collection of paper pads and writing instruments, as does his illustration of outstretched hands holding a heart. 

Credit: Courtesy of Flavor Paper.

Flavor Paper

No stranger to the arts, the Brooklyn wall coverings brand’s hand-screened and digital wallpapers are known to make repeat appearances at the Brooklyn Museum and feature prominently in artist collaborations. Their latest, titled Artist’s Mind, is produced with the Artists Legacy Foundation as well as The Fabric Workshop & Museum, and features the kinetic figures of the late artist and foundation co-founder Viola Frey. 

Courtesy of Terra Kaffe.

Terra Kaffe

One of the leaders in producing automatic coffee machines has recently launched Classico house blend coffee: its first coffee roast made with the needs of such automatic machines in mind. Its dark roast preserves the depth of flavor and robust profile popular in the United States, but with less of the oily residue known to make such roasts clog the fine machinery of closed-system coffeemakers.

Credit: Courtesy of Original BTC.

Original BTC

We’re always excited to see what the British lighting mainstays have up their sleeves. Their most recent addition to its lineup, the rechargeable Blossom portable light, doesn’t disappoint with its petite footprint, dimmable controls, and premium brass, ceramic, and bone china finishes.

Credit: Courtesy of Society Awards.

Society Awards

The designers and manufacturers behind the commemorative keepsakes presented to winners of CFDA Awards, Emmys, and Costume Designers Guild awards have launched a line of gifts and commemorative awards in collaboration with Baccarat. The gold and crystal Baccarat Cylinder is the collection’s first launch and mines inspiration from the geometric forms at play in the brand’s Vega drinkware series. 

Credit: Courtesy of Wolf-Gordon and the artist.


Textile designer Raylene Marasco teams up with the wallcovering and upholstery company on Urban Nature, a two-pattern collection of digitally printed, woven wall textiles. The designer’s two prints, Gossamer and City Lace (pictured), bridge her rural Pennsylvania upbringing with her adult life in New York City by joining nature imagery, such as Queen Anne’s lace, and superimposing it over abstracted city vistas. 

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