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We take a look at some of the inimitable heroes of interiors
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Inside Design: Home Icons

We take a look at some of the inimitable heroes of interiors
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Inside Design

Home Icons

We take a look at some of the inimitable heroes of interiors

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It takes more than just good design to create an icon. But, whether it’s a famed classic with a story to tell, or a modern design piece that has made a big impression, these heroes of design form the life force of our home edit. Get to know the interiors, past and present, with the power to make history.

GUBI

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Retelling over 100 years of history since 1967, GUBI is the Danish design house reissuing forgotten icons, while developing classics for the future. It’s timeless lighting and furniture reflect the cyclical nature of interiors, showing how past ingenuity remains as progressive – if not more so – today.

Kit-Cat Klock

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It’s been bringing walls to life since the 1930s and the original Kit-Cat Klock is going nowhere. An icon of Americana, little has changed about the tail swinging, eye rolling design. Playful, timeless, and bursting with the best kind of kitsch.

L'Objet

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From the mind of Elad Yifrach, L’Objet has made a name on design escapism where craftsmanship rules. Pitched between past and present, organic forms and classical opulence, the inspiration is a journey in itself, exploring historic sources from King Solomon’s mines to Cubism.

Omersa

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Woven into our own history since 1927, Omersa has used the same hand-skilled process, from its beginnings to today. Leather-clad or in tactile suede, its sturdy beasts carry a wealth of crafting heritage, built to be a life-long fixture in your home.

Fornasetti

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Nothing says Fornasetti like fine porcelain and the image of his muse, Lina Cavalieri – found in innumerable guises. Handmade and hand-painted, these collectible ceramics capture the spirit of the Surrealists in a piece of design history.

Hay

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Hay has turned modern simplicity into a signature, collaborating with world-class designers on colour-soaked functional pieces. Names from Memphis Group icon, George Sowden, to glass artist Jochen Holz bring art and architectural influences to Hay’s world, proving purism and originality can co-exist.

Seletti

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Since the 1960s, Seletti’s pop art-inspired vision has brought a playful influence to interiors. Each of its lighting designs is a true character piece, with mischievous mice and monkeys clutching colourful bulbs that can light up a space in more ways than one.

Tom Dixon

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Himself an icon of modern British design, Tom Dixon’s functional objects reflect a wealth of design-world influences. The Tank series looks beyond this world, seen in mouth-blown vessels shaped on the sculptural forms of scientific glassware.

Anissa Kermiche

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Still on the rise, Anissa Kermiche’s body-positive ceramics have gained firm fans, fast. Her voluptuous silhouettes pay homage to sculptor Constantin Brancusi, moulded into contemporary art pieces that position the female form front and centre.

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