Fabrizio Annibali

Credenza Collection, Spazio Pontaccio
Traditional stained glass gets a refresh in this new sideboard, a collaboration between Spanish architect and designer Patricia Urquiola and Italian cultural impresario Federico Pepe, founder of controversial art magazine Le Dictateur. The piece is part of the duo’s limited-edition Credenza Collection for Milan-based boutique Spazio Pontaccio. Its rounded metal volume sits on four slender, cylindrical legs, while angular geometric patterns and bold colors make the stained-glass doors pop. In their contemporary take on the historic technique, Urquiola and Pepe swap religious vignettes for vibrant abstraction. In Italian, appropriately enough, credenza means both “sideboard” and “belief.” spaziopontaccio.com


Intersection H.6, Avo
Leather hides are transformed into bespoke works of geometric art in Brooklyn, N.Y.–based studio Avo’s newest collection, Intersection. Inspired by the energy of city life, H.6 is one of nine hand-dyed graphic prints in the series. Offered in a range of colors including blue (shown), the textiles can be used as rugs, upholstery, or wall tapestries. avoavo.com

Fort Standard

Assemblage Wood Coffee Table, Fort Standard
Hundreds of hardwood maple slats create the open hexagonal grid of triangular tubes clustered vertically that serves as the surface of Assemblage. The 14"-inch-tall coffee table sits sturdily on three extruded legs, also hexagonal in form. fortstandard.com

Gan Rugs

Silaï, Gan Rugs
This hand-embroidered wool rug from Belgian designer Charlotte Lancelot’s line of furnishings for Gandia Blasco’s Gan brand is a patchwork of four distinct square and rectangular swatches. Each rug in the Silaï series is offered in 5'7"-by-7'11" and 6'8"-by-9'10" sizes, and in a choice of gray, blue (shown), rose, and green colorways. gan-rugs.com


Seismographic Vases, Dua
German artist Jonathan Radetz took sections of seismographic drawings produced by earthquakes in New Zealand and Italy and produced these 7.8"-wide and 7.8"-tall, handmade porcelain vases that capture the magnitude 6.0-plus seismic waves in a much less jarring monolithic, asymmetrical form. dua-collection.com

Ann Sacks

Maven, Ann Sacks
This collection of ceramic tiles by Los Angeles–based designer Kelly Wearstler for Ann Sacks features expressive linework and a muted palette. Maven uses the Spanish dry-line technique of cuerda seca (applying colored glazes to ceramic surfaces) to achieve its organic feel. The 8"-square field tiles are offered in 30 colors and 11 patterns, including Solstice I, II, and III (shown). annsacks.com

Tat Chao

Zig, Tat Chao and Michelle Beaudoin
This folded metal shelf, co-created by Montreal-based industrial designers Tat Chao and Michelle Beaudoin, brings zig and zag to the walls. The wall-mounted Zig is offered in 1" and 3" depths and measures 13" wide and 10.5" tall. It is offered in a choice of powdercoated red, white, and black, or lacquered brushed steel finishes. tatchao.com

Puzzle Collection, Mutina
This line of graphic tiles by London-based industrial design firm Barber & Osgerby is aptly named for its ability to be mixed and matched to create unique designs. Its eight color families, including Anglesey (shown), feature six tile patterns each in a mix of three hues and two edge tiles in two colors. The tiles come in 10" squares. mutina.it