Italian designer Paola Navone has been the art director of Gervasoni since 1998. Her clients include Alessi, Molteni, Swarovski, and Armani Casa.
The Italian designer’s second collaboration with the American retailer yields over 100 summer-ready pieces, like these graphic towels.
Do not be deceived by this seemingly lightweight lawn chair; it’s made by a traditional process (casting) using a modern material (aluminum).
The Italian designer, who worked alongside Sottsass and other avant-garde Alchimia and Memphis group members, has designed a series of nine graphic mosaic tiles that can be arranged at will.
Eschewing sharp lines and tight corners for a far more bulbous take on the bed, Paola Navone’s low-lying design gives the
effect of settling into an overstuffed cloud.
For the avid gardener, ivy is more foe than friend. Not so for the avid sitter, for whom the powder-coated Ivy is instead an invitation to outdoor relaxation.