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New York Times Magazine November 2011 Tolomeo Mega Black Floor Lamp Balls Table Bianco Vase Panton Chair

One of the most beloved floor lamp designs and part of the famous Tolomeo Collection designed by Michele De Lucci and Giancarlo Fassina is now dark and dramatic in black. This unmistakable icon has the elegance of a show‐stopping floor lamp with the utility of a desk lamp. The articulated arm adjusts in height, length and tilt, and can reach a mega‐stretch of more than 6 feet.

Tolomeo Mega Black Floor Lamp
Balls Table by Moooi

Hey, nice legs! Bring high design to the dining room with a playful reminiscence of a plastic ball pit. Created by Dutch designer Bertjan Pot in 2006, the Balls Table gets its name from the rows of spheres that comprise its legs, which can be configured differently depending on seating arrangements. Even better, those legs fold flat so the table can be easily stored or transported—though, of course, the best place for it is on display.

Balls Table by Moooi
Bianco Vase by Produzione Privata

A stunning ceramic centerpiece and shapely statement-maker for the tabletop from Michele De Lucci and Elisa Gargan. Produzione Privata produces objects to create a sense of intimacy with the owner—rather than being showy and provocative, these designs can be implemented into many individual homes, meaning something different and personal to each person.

Bianco Vase
Panton Chair
Panton Chair
by Verner Panton with Vitra

From one of the most influential mid‐century designers, Verner Panton, who became known for his imaginative designs in everything from furniture to lighting to textiles. With a particular passion for plastic (a new material at the time), Panton wanted to create a comfortable, all‐purpose chair molded from a single piece. His search for a manufacturer is what actually led him to Vitra, and the pair developed and introduced the now‐famous chair to the public in 1967. The Museum of Modern Art in New York owns one of the first models of the Panton Chair, which has since become widely recognized as a classic piece of modern furniture.