These eight products from designers such as Sebastian Herkner and Jaime Hayon make playful accents for the home.
Designers: Ana Milena Hernández Palacios and Christophe Penasse for Houtique
standout: Seeing is believing when it comes to the Masquespacio founders’ optical perch: Its gleaming finish is real 24-karat gold.
Designer: Mae Engelgeer for CC-Tapis
Product: Bliss Big Ultimate
Standout: To reinforce the artful asymmetry in her Memphis-
inspired rug, the Dutch textile designer used a variety of wool and silk pile heights to sculptural effect.
Designer: Sebastian Herkner for Ligne Roset
Standout: The founder of his namesake studio debuts a curvy sofa and accompanying ottoman—both dressed in head-to-toe wool-nylon—for the French furniture maker.
Designer: Elena Salmistraro for Bosa
Standout: The Milanese designer’s ceramic panda is a mindful addition to the manufacturer’s line of animal sculptures, raising awareness for the plight of endangered species.
Designer: Ben van Berkel for Alessi
Standout: For Dutch firm UN-
Studio’s first foray into kid-friendly product design, its founder introduces softly styled steel cutlery along with a collection of tableware in recyclable thermoplastic resin.
Designer: Douglas Mont of Rispal
Product: n°14.950 Mante Religieuse
Standout: After reviving the historic French brand in 2018, its
designer-owner updates the company’s iconic 1950s floor lamp
in acetylated pine, fire-treated via the Japanese yakisugi charring method.
Designer: Toni Grilo of Blackcork
Standout: The Portuguese company’s art director offers a collection of tables including low, side, and console versions, all with a base of additive-free cork supporting a steel structure and glass top.
Designer: Jaime Hayon for Nanimarquina
Standout: The Spanish designer’s latest for the rug maker comes in both a hand-loomed wool
indoor version and a hand-tufted PET outdoor iteration with multicolor face-sketch motif.