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There’s something undeniably enticing about collector’s items—and as design lovers, limited edition pieces tend to speak to us in their own, unique language, often serving as a testament to the innovative production, skilled craftsmanship, and quality materials incorporated into the design. The knowledge that a piece has only been manufactured in a small quantity, or is particularly rare, encourages us to genuinely appreciate everything a design has to offer, even the littlest details. This week, we’re highlighting five exclusive collector’s items to add something truly special—and sought after—to your home.
Angelo Mangiarotti
The SK207 table represents the first in a limited series of 100 pieces, of which SUITE NY holds the #1 SK207 table to be crafted worldwide. This piece reveals Mangiarotti’s first foray into working with metals, instantly proving that his exceptional understanding of shape, space, texture, and color transcend the boundaries of specific materials. In the SK207, Mangiarotti employs the ancient technique of lost-wax casting. A long and elaborate process, typically associated with the production of sculptures and not suitable for large-scale manufacturing, lost-wax casting results in each table being entirely unique from the others, as the mold itself needs to be destroyed in order to extract the item. With its conical bronze base and striking marble tabletop, SK207 is an unquestionable statement piece for the contemporary home. Signed and engraved as number 1/100, stop by our showroom for an exclusive look.
Dan Pollock
Handmade from start to finish, the refreshingly organic Pollock Tables are a stunning example of the timeless beauty of natural materials, and are versatile enough to work in traditional or contemporary settings. When creating each table, Pollock prioritizes finding sources for wood that will not require a living tree to be cut down. In describing his creative process, he explains that “my sculptures are sometimes for the sake of art and sometimes function, often both. In any case, each sculpture has its own charm and appeal.” Each design is one-of-a-kind and hand-carved from recycled wooden stumps found in the forests of California. 
Arne Jacobsen
The Swan chair is already an iconic chair—one of Arne Jacobsen’s most renowned designs, known for its flowing, elegant curves, and epitomizing Danish aesthetics and functionality. The design has been elevated even further in its anniversary edition, which introduces 23-karat gold plating to the design’s classic aluminium surface. The result is an almost satin gloss appearance, adding to the exclusive expression of this limited edition design, offering an unmatched sense of sophistication and style. Ideal for lounge spaces, waiting areas, and the home, the magnificent 60th anniversary Swan™ breathes new life into this timeless, enduring chair.
Angelo Mangiarotti
Continuing his exploration into working with bronze, Angelo Mangiarotti designed the CAP53 collection in 1959. SUITE NY proudly holds #1 and #2 in this elegant, limited series of only 100 bronze vase sets, all of which have been crafted through the laborious but worthwhile process of lost-wax casting. Casting and polishing enhance the color, brilliance, and texture of the material, drawing out and showcasing all of the unique and impressive qualities of bronze, establishing a design that is entirely in a league of its own, and indicative of Mangiarotti’s ingenious capabilities as a designer. The design of the vases is built on the principle that two circles of different diameter, moving along the vertical axes, can create a great number of different objects. CAP53 is available in three versions, each of them available in a limited edition of 100 numbered copies.
Lina Bo Bardi
The Bardi Bowl chair was designed in 1951, but its shape and structure lend to an appearance that feels infinitely current. In celebration of architect Lina Bo Bardi’s recent Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement in memoriam, awarded during the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale, Arper has released a brand new rendition of this design—in collaboration with luxury Venetian textile brand, Rubelli. A number of chairs within this limited edition are now offered in two captivating Rubelli fabrics, Lollipop and Eureka, which were hand-selected due to their perfect pairing with Bo Bardi’s designs. The newly upholstered Bardi Bowl chairs are a part of the remaining pieces within the limited series of 500, originally launched in 2012. We can’t envision a more perfect homage to this esteemed designer and architect’s life, and her indelible contributions to the fields of architecture and design, which will adorn homes for years to come.