New & Notable is a cultural catchall that highlights interesting new products and projects made by our brilliantly creative List VIPs. With new releases, events, and technologies, List members’ New & Notable moments are indicative of the power they have to move the needle in so many realms, innovating through architecture, fashion, hardware, or any media.
DXV’s new Modulus Collection plays with modern and minimalistic concepts. The luxury-driven producer of bath and kitchen products expands its Modern Movement with this collection, incorporating geometric forms alongside artful lines.
2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the internationally recognized, family-run design company. In January, Living Divani showcased new pieces at the Imm Koln 2019 design fair. In the works? Plans to present at Salone del Mobile this April.
Roche Bobois and The Rockwell Group joined forces to design Sunset, an outdoor furniture collection that takes both daytime and nighttime use into consideration. The neutral colors and mixture of wood and bamboo fibers makes the collection suitable for a variety of spaces and places.
The luxury Swedish bed company has introduced three additional colorways to its Satin Pure linen collection. The new colors include Princess Green, Pink Beige, and Dusty Mauve—all inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe’s New Mexican landscape paintings.
Jean Puiforcat’s countless expertly crafted silver creations add a sense of luxury to everyday items. The Puiforcat Poker Set exemplifies just that. All the necessities for a game of poker—a chip dealer, two sets of playing cards, and 500 hand-lacquered poker chips in classic colors—are stored in a gorgeous, handcrafted sycamore box.
The classic Arne Jacobson Drop™ chair gets a makeover. While maintaining its historic design, the chair with a personality of its own has been released with a hard plastic shell—now in six new colors including Millennial Pink and Gen-Z Yellow.
The new rectangular shape of the Bridge One timepiece marks the beginning of a new line inspired by the Passerelle de l’Ile, a famous bridge in Geneva. Laurent Ferrier draws design influences from the structure, as he had a breathtaking view of it from his childhood bedroom.