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BACK TO BLACK

December 13, 2017

As the weather gets colder in New York City, we often revert to our all black ensembles in terms of fashion. The same notion applies to our interiors as well. This week, we bring you five sleek and sexy black on black designs that are sure to fit your winter mood.
C3000
Mel Smilow, 1950
Made of solid walnut with matching doors and drawers and beautifully finished front, this credenza was originally designed by Mel Smilow in 1950 and reissued by Smilow Design with the finest craftsmanship and exceptional detail.
FK 6720
Fabricius & Kastholm, 1968
The comfortable and sophisticated FK 6720 1-Seater is a prime example of minimalist Danish design. Designed by Jørgen Kastholm and Preben Fabricius, luxurious leather upholstered cushions, a beautifully structured angular stainless steel base and leather cord wrapped around the arms of the chair adds to the retro-like style of the seat.
M TABLE
Angelo Mangiarotti, 1969
The M Table is an solid marble table with a lathe-turned central stand that streamlines the entire structure to accommodate the circular table top which stays in place by gravity alone. This table is available in three marble finishes.
CB-28 SPINDLE
Craig Bassam & Scott Fellows, 2013
By taking renowned architect Louis Kahn’s design tension and applying it to a chair, BassamFellows has brought a new approach to the spindle archetype. The ergonomically shaped seat and streamlined back are supported by spindles rendered in metal rather than the traditional wood, giving the chair a sophisticated yet airy feel.
COPENHAGEN
Space Copenhagen, 2014
The Copenhagen Pendant trapezes the functional and artistic line of good design while transporting us to the classic seaside piers of Copenhagen. Light is diffused from the top, adding to the ambience of the room, while also providing ample, solid light at the bottom for your daily activities.
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