Goldfinger Lounge Chair
Disinterested in rearranging the living room’s configuration every time you walk into it? Skip the Mah Jong and fall back into the Goldfinger – a classic Jonathan Adler design that features pared down geometry. Like the James Bond franchise itself, these chairs beckon to the 70s yet feel right at home in 2017.
$1,950 | jonathanadler.com
Ren Fossilized Clam Coffee Table
In a true twist of fate, what was once housed on the ocean floor can now be found atop the mountains on Southeast Asia’s most tropical islands. These fossilized clam stones can now also be found in your home. Cut, cleaned, and arranged in a mosaic pattern to form a tabletop, this piece is as striking as it is sturdy.
$2,399 | neimanmarcus.com
Though much of what you will find in a Roche Bobois catalogue or showroom can be categorized as unique and eclectic, this is most true of their signature Mah Jong sofa. Designed by Hans Hopfer – a painter, sculptor, and designer – in 1971, Mah Jong was envisioned with total freedom of function and form in mind. Composed of three basic elements that can be stacked or combined, the options are – seemingly – limitless. Deciding whether to use the pieces as armchairs, sofas, lounge chairs or beds is as easy as deciding one’s mood – sit, lay, rest, or play? These pieces have been dressed by Missoni Home, making the most of stripes, floral patterns, and graphic arrangements to captivate whilst comforting.
Inquire | roche-bobois.com