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8 products with a design edge for a cosy home

8 products with a design edge for a cosy home

Rich texture and tactility are expressed in both form and material with this alluring selection of products for the home – sofas, rugs, basins and more.

A statement like no other – Albume Lux by antoniolupi

Reimagining a classic piece that balances light, material, solidity and softness — antoniolupi’s ALBUME LUX sink has been revised with a larger basin. The base is made from a resin that emits a muted light, while the top can be appointed in coloured glass or marble. It is a functional, practical thing of beauty.


Luxury underfoot – Mojave by Armadillo

The ultimate of cosy products for the home… a rug! Armadillo’s latest product, MOJAVE, is the culmination of more than a decade of work with jute fibre. Using an Indo Nepali hand-knotted Tibetan weave and handspun pile, each piece has a unique finish inspired by desert landscapes. With expertise in jute weaving, Mojave represents Armadillo’s most luxurious expression of the material, and the perfect addition for making your home feel extra cosy.


Curvaceous comfort with Poliform’s Brera sofa

“This sofa is like the quintessence of Poliform knowhow — art of manufacturing and craftsmanship,” says Jean-Marie Massaud, the designer behind the exquisitely Milanese BRERA sofa. Elevate your interior with the classic lines and flexible configurations that make it ideal for larger spaces.


Tactility in the palm of your hand – Moroccan wine glasses by Saardé

With unusual shapes and handmade characteristics, Saardé’s MOROCCAN WINE GLASSES are made of recycled glass, using a method that has been perfected by artisans for more than half a century. Each one is perfectly imperfect, with small bubbles, discolouration and unevenness making them each special.


Now you’re cooking – Induction cooktop by ILVE

ILVE’s 90cm induction cooktop with integrated downdraft has a closing flap design that boosts its efficiency and prevents items from accidentally falling inside. The INDD94 is versatile and fits in any 90cm-wide and 60cm-deep base unit with telescopic height and depth. This innovative, sleek product merges rangehood and induction cooktop together into one efficient product.


Sleek never looked so good – Axor One

Introducing AXOR ONE — a collection of elegant and pure bathroom fixtures designed by Barber Osgerby and powered by Axor’s advanced Select technology. With its all-in-one controller, the faucet provides effortless and precise water control, while the entire collection reinvents familiar forms and archetypes for greater function and clarity.


Doing good and feeling good – Mater’s Ocean chair

A fresh take on an outdoor series, the OCEAN CHAIR, which was originally crafted in 1955 by Jørgen and Nanna Ditzel, is now crafted from ocean plastic waste. In addition, the piece by Mater has been designed for disassembly, with each component being recyclable, thus paving the way for a circular production process.


Handy functionality for comfort and ease – St George’s Collection

With ST. GEORGE’S COLLECTION of kitchen sinks and mixers, you can add a beautiful touch to your kitchen while maintaining functionality. The brand’s commitment to craftsmanship and attention to detail is evident in every product. Experience the nano finish and 306 stainless steel, both built to last, with easy maintenance and resistance to damage.



Aleesha Callahan is the editor of Habitus. Based in Melbourne, Australia, Aleesha seeks out the unique people, projects and products that define the Indo Pacific region. Aleesha was previously the editor of Indesignlive.com and has written and contributed to various publications and brands in her 10 years in the architecture and design industry, bringing intimate insight to her stories having first trained and practised as an interior designer. Her passion for mid-century design and architecture began while living and working in Berlin.