In the dozen years since Oki Sato founded the Tokyo-based firm Nendo, he has been commissioned by a number of luxury brands—Armani, Boffi, and Cartier among them—seeking his Japanese minimalist aesthetic for their products.
The Swiss-born artist’s latest photography collection, Camera in Motion—From Chur to Tirano, features blurred images of landscapes that he captured while riding the Albula and Bernina lines of the Rhaetian Railway between Thusis, Switzerland, and Tirano, Italy.
In honor of its 10-year anniversary and to commemorate the Chinese year of the horse, L’Objet has released this equine decorative object (28 by 22 inches; $6,000) from the company’s Sous le Ciel series.
Designer Jean-Marie Massaud has poured his talents into the 20-piece Silver Time collection—the first brunch service from the centuries-old manufacturer of silver flatware and other decorative accessories for the home.
For years, Angelenos have flocked to Jenni Kayne’s boutiques in Los Angeles’s Brentwood and West Hollywood areas, drawn by her shops’ relaxed-meets-sophisticated apparel and warm-meets-modern aesthetic.
Centuries-old Scandinavian weaving techniques have defined the wares of Røros Tweed since 1940, and for its latest collection of blankets, the company has collaborated with the French designer Inga Sempé.
For last fall’s remaking of Beverly Hills’s Greystone Mansion as a decorator show house, the team at L’Esperance Design (310.385.9400, www.lesperancedesign.com) in West Hollywood, Calif., wanted to contribute something monumental.
Mattia Bonetti, who was one of David Gill Galleries’ debut artists nearly 30 years ago, will return this June to the London shop with a new collection of tables, sofas, chairs, light fixtures, and other furnishings.