One of fashion’s famed Antwerp Six has entered the interiors sphere. Belgian fashion designer Ann Demeulemeester has been known to knot fabrics in her avant-garde creations. It’s a technique she transferred to homewares when conceiving a table lamp for her own abode, hand-dying and knotting viscose threads onto fine and sharply pointed lacquered-steel supports made by a local metalsmith. Now the design, named Kiki, gets reborn as a production piece in a hand-painted gradient of scarlet-cream or black-white, manufactured by Serax. Both are perfectly suited to Demeulemeester’s characteristic style—and for any space demanding sartorial edge.
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