Can’t-miss releases from Alessi, Cloth & Company’s collaboration with John Robshaw, and more


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The week promises to be busy for design enthusiasts. Yesterday marked the return of the NYCxDesign festival, and on Sunday we dive headfirst into the International Contemporary Furniture Show, WantedDesign Manhattan, and Boutique Design New York (and all the exciting new collections they have to offer). To help you out, here are some highlights from the latest round of launches, from thunderstorm-inspired quartz finishes to Memphis Milano-style salt shakers.

Blue and ivory and red and purple Cohncave bowls by Susan Cohn at AlessiCourtesy of Alessi

Italian design company Alessi has launched a delightful homeware collection in honor of its centenary. The 100 Values ​​series features a mix of imaginative new designs and iconic revivals, including a selection of reissued wooden kitchen accessories designed by the Memphis Group pioneer. Ettore Sottsass and a new edition of the Australian silversmith’s famous Cohncave centerpiece Susan Cohn.

Left: The Bauhaus rug in blue by Heymat for Design Within Reach Courtesy of Design at Hand | Law: The Bauhaus brick rug Courtesy of Design at Hand

Design Within Reach enlisted Norwegian design company Heymat for an eco-friendly collaboration called Loom. Inspired by Bauhaus textile designers Anni Albers and Gunta Stoelzlthe clever collection includes two geometric doormat designs made from 100% recycled plastic.

Can't-miss releases from Alessi, Cloth & Company's collaboration with John Robshaw, and more

Kinza room divider in Madura Vista linen, Kashida swivel chairs in Mudetti Indigo linen, Tarifa daybed in Bamana Lapis linen and Esra poufs in Taupe and Indigo performance tweed by John Robshaw for Cloth & CompanyCourtesy of Cloth & Company

Cloth & Company hires a textile designer John Robshaw for a cosmopolitan collaboration. Inspired by three unique international cities – Paris, Tulum and Milan – the colorful collection offers everything from headboards to chaise lounges and poufs available in a range of bright patterns and eclectic prints.

Left: Gamfratesi Beetle chair covered in chenille by Gubi Courtesy of Gubi | Law: The Beetle chair in two-tone chenille and bouclé by Gubi Courtesy of Gubi

Danish design brand Gubi has unveiled a limited edition textile collection for GamFratesi’s iconic Beetle chair. The sumptuous assortment, titled A Quartet of Expressions, includes four feel upholstery styles: a buttery soft beige velvet, a nubby gray loop, an earth green chenille, and a double-ply variation made with two distinct tones of white yarn.

Can't-miss releases from Alessi, Cloth & Company's collaboration with John Robshaw, and more

The Stanwyck Suite from the Ann Sacks Curated Bath Collection features Ann Sacks tile and stone, vanity and linen cabinets by Robern, sconces by Kohler Lighting, and light fixtures by Kallista.Courtesy of Ann Sacks

The Ann Sacks Curated Bath collection is making its way to showrooms nationwide. The bespoke selection includes seven complete vignettes available for purchase, dressed in a variety of exclusive collaborative designs, including an art deco-inspired Robern vanity, Regency-style sconces by Kohler, and a sink faucet by Kallista decorated with an embossed floral motif.

Can't-miss releases from Alessi, Cloth & Company's collaboration with John Robshaw, and more

Livden Lola Wreath Lace CheckCourtesy of Livden

Sustainable tile company Livden has launched its Fall 2021 capsule collection. The eye-catching selection includes five geometric series made from recycled materials, including the asymmetrical puzzle piece, the uneven earth-toned Popsicles, the foliage-inspired Sadie , orange tinted honeysuckle and our personal favorite, a vintage style lace design. called Lola Wreath.

Left: Madeline Weinrib’s Heirloom Project Blooming Poppies Oval Tray at the Met Store Courtesy of The Met Store | Law: Moroccan pattern embroidered towel from the collection in black Courtesy of The Met Store

The Met Store has partnered with the designer Madeleine Weinrib for a celebratory collection called Heirloom Project. The assortment, created in tribute to the 10th anniversary of the Islamic wing of the museum, includes table tops and decorations made by artisans from Afghanistan, Egypt, India, Kashmir, Lebanon, Morocco and Turkey, including hand-embroidered towels from Marrakech and a bright blue striped design. hammam towel woven by textiles in Tangier.

Can't-miss releases from Alessi, Cloth & Company's collaboration with John Robshaw, and more

Inverness Quartz in Cobalt by CambriaCourtesy of Cambria

Cambria has introduced four new quartzes to its iconic palette. Inspired by the forces of nature, the Inverness collection features a quartet of white-hued patterns with richly colored veining, including bronze, gold, platinum and our current crush, Cobalt, designed to evoke lightning bolts electrifying the sky. nocturnal.

Photo of the homepage: A selection of wooden objects from the Alessi 100 Values ​​collection, including jars, a corkscrew, a centerpiece and salt, pepper and spice mills by Ettore Sottsass; the Ercolino bottle opener by Andrea Branzi; and photo frames of Kuno Prey and Bortolani Becchelli Associati | Courtesy of Alessi