Designers Select: Hospitality

Designers Select: Hospitality
Dec 04, 2013 Meg Prendergast handpicks some of the year’s best finds for hospitality settings.

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Designers Select: Hospitality_01 Hospitality Meg Prendergast

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Designers Select: Hospitality_02 Hospitality Coalesse: Massaud Work Lounge with Canopy
coalesse.com
"We’re hoping to get great use out of this chair, with its height-adjustable swivel tablet. It is ergonomically fit for use as a guest chair and comfortable enough for watching television. I like the possibility of using it in public areas with its cool hood that has built-in lighting and hands-free support for mobile devices to aid in video conferencing.”

 
Designers Select: Hospitality_03 Hospitality Global Views: Urchin Lamp
globalviews.com
“With all the modernity and minimalism around us, sometimes I need a touch of the familiar. This table
lamp, with its spikey urchin forms, adds a sculptural element to make an interior feel welcoming. The
lamp comes in white, and I also like it with a black shade, which lends a library-esque look.” 
Designers Select: Hospitality_04 Hospitality Michele Varian: Brass Aperture Pendant Lamp
michelevarian.com
“This NYC shop has such a great collection of different things—not quite vintage, but not overly modern. The Brass Aperture Pendant Lamp strikes the right balance between handcrafted and machined with it slightly worn patina. It makes a strong statement without overshadowing anything else in its midst. The fact that it is adjustable is icing on the cake.” 
Designers Select: Hospitality_05 Hospitality Lasvit: Twill
lasvit.com
“Lasvit represents a new breed of custom light fixture designers who aren’t afraid to go beyond the typically styled pendant fixtures. For Twill, Lasvit designer Tana Dvorakova used glass and crystal as a medium of expression, not just as a unit of light refraction.”