9 design collaborations we’re loving right now – from Beata Heuman, Mara Hoffman and more

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Humbert & Poyet x Nobilis

In the 1920s, writers and artists like F. Scott Fitzgerald and Pablo Picasso flocked to the Côte d’Azur. Capturing the allure of this carefree era on the French Mediterranean coast, Villa Riviera is a range of sofas and armchairs designed by Parisian and Monegasque studio Humbert & Poyet and upholstered in Nobilis fabrics displaying Art Deco bows, scrolls and stripes. in muted tones. of blue, saffron, rust and almond green. California, with its legs in brown stained or white lacquered Iroko wood, is ideal for a sunny terrace. Juan, Roquebrune and Champfleury, backed by solid walnut, infuse living spaces with retro glamour.

Hera Ford x Schumacher

Photograph courtesy of Schumacher

Hera Ford x Schumacher

Graceful flowers, originally rendered in charcoal, define artist Hera Ford’s textiles and wallpapers for Schumacher. Through the three prints – Come Back Like a Flower, Orchids Have Dreams and Close Your Eyes and Remember – Ford, a 2020 graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, wanted to celebrate the story of her grandmother, who developed a deep love for nature. raised on the Mississippi sharecropping plantation owned by his parents. Ford’s designs are also inspired by botanical illustrations made by women in the 17th and 18th centuries, and they feature flecks and subtle changes in color that give them an organic feel.

Ann Demeulemeester x Serax

Photograph courtesy of Serax

Ann Demeulemeester x Serax

Photograph courtesy of Serax

Ann Demeulemeester x Serax

Ann Demuelemeester, one of the legendary Antwerp Six, has already created tableware for Serax. Today, alongside her husband and longtime art partner, photographer Patrick Robyn, Demuelemeester has brought her fashion sense to a full range of furniture for the Belgian design brand. Mixing linen, oak, wool, velvet and canvas as well as squares, rectangles, circles, triangles and crosses, the 15 different lines cover the whole range of the black fringed Frin pouf and the Ono sofa deep to glossy dark tulip Taka wooden bench and slim curved Elé chair. Timeless black and white offerings are balanced with bursts of tangerine, moss green and pale pink.

Jenni Kayne x Staub

Photograph courtesy of Jenni Kayne
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