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Revival of the Fittest
May 25, 2017
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Re-issues; re-editions and re-imaginations: Design houses bring stylish past lives back to the future

Maxim Velcovsky

1. Praha lighting by Stanislav Libenský for Lasvit
“A pioneer of modern glass design, libensky originally designed this set of pendants for the Hotel Praha in the 1980s.”—Maxim Velcovsky, Creative Director, Lasvit

Jean-Paul Tortil

2. Interaction rug by Edward Fields “drawn from our archives, this grouping of designs is defined by sharp contrast, balanced form, hard-edge painting techniques—updated with new colors.” —Jean-Pierre Tortil, Global creative director, House of Tai Ping

Stephen Elrod

3. Le Zebre pattern by Brunschwig & Fils “in our latest collection, cape comorin, two of our most classic and beloved prints, le Zebre (1970s) and les touches (1965), emerge as dimensional two-toned embroideries.” —Stephen Elrod, VP and creative director, Lee Jofa and Brunschwig & Fils

Todd Merrill

4. Karl Springer Free Form tables from Todd Merrill Studio “from disco to Reagan, Karl Springer designs represent an era. We’ve chosen a selection of his most iconic designs to be reissued in partnership with Karl Springer ltd.” —Todd Merrill, Gallery owner, Todd Merrill Studio

Michel Roset

5. Slice seating by Pierre Charpin for Ligne Roset “the possibility of adding footstools varies the dimensions of its seat— perhaps infinitely.” —Michel Roset, CEO, Ligne Roset

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