FLIGHTS OF FANCY
Louis Vuitton continued its travel-inspired Objets Nomades line with furniture, including a sofa inspired by Botticelli’s Venus.
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Ikea collaborated with designer Tom Dixon on this modular sofa and bed, designed to be “hacked” with add-ons and modifications.
Lee Broom marked his studio’s 10th anniversary by crafting 10 brutalist grandfather clocks, each from a block of Carrara marble.
The late acclaimed architect Zaha Hadid designed this waterworn-pebble-inspired cheese grater for Italian home brand Alessi.
These wireless speakers from Bang & Olufsen are also decor. Together, amplifier and dampener tiles lead to high-quality sound.
Quinze & Milan designed these chairs with Ecopixel, a method using special plastic shards that can be melted and recycled.
This appears in the April 24, 2017 issue of TIME.
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