As the most searched product in the est living Product Library in 2020, the Togo Fireside Chair, designed in 1972 by Michel Ducaroy, continues to make a statement in both leading Australian and international homes.
Designed in the 1970s by Mario Marenco for Arflex, the modular Marenco Sofa remains a contemporary Italian design paragon for revolutionising the way a sofa can be assembled from base to armrest.
The Yokato Wall Set has cemented itself as the first choice in the bathroom for Australian designers. The Japanese-inspired brass tapware is the most iconic in the Brodware range, starring in six Australian home features on estliving.com this year.
For its unique combination of saddle leather and solid oak, the Spanish Chair is one of Danish designer Borge Mogensen’s most celebrated designs. Launched in 1958, the Spanish Chair was recognised as part of our 2020 ICON series.
The Danish-designed Little Petra Lounge Chair by Viggo Boesen has been a crowd favourite since its inception in the late 1930s. Born out of Denmark’s signature design aesthetic at the time – funkis style – the low-lying, petite armchair cultivates cosiness in designer’s living spaces across the globe.
Born out of the Grazia & Co dedication to Australian-made design and craftsmanship, the Iva Stool by Grazia Materia is a recognisable contemporary classic, admired for its upholstered seat and solid metal frame with brass foot rail.
This year marked the much anticipated revival of the Camaleonda Sofa. Originally designed in 1970 by Mario Bellini, the design classic was reissued for B&B Italia in a range of new velvet colours and traditional tanned leather.
Designed by Viabizzuno founder and creative director Mario Nanni and made in Italy, the Tubino Pendant is inspired by the lighting used in old banks. The slimline pendant represents Mario Nanni’s philosophy that “architecture is a projection of light”.