Must-see releases from Soho Home, noteworthy debuts at NeoCon and 3 Days of Design, and more
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Must-see releases from Soho Home, noteworthy debuts at NeoCon and 3 Days of Design, and more

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It’s been a wild 10 days in the design world. Both NeoCon and 3 Days of Design wrapped up last week, and the inaugural edition of Los Angeles Design Weekend kicked off today with a plethora of insanely cool debuts, exhibits and activations. From cloud-like table lamps to 18th century chateau-inspired wallpapers, here are some highlights from the newest batch of launches.

Must-see releases from Soho Home, noteworthy debuts at NeoCon and 3 Days of Design, and more

Selections from Soho Home’s newest collection, including the Charli dining table Courtesy of Soho Home

Soho Home’s latest collection is brimming with sophisticated whimsy. The series re-imagines more than a dozen classic designs as modern statement-making pieces, with eye-catchers such as the striped marble-and-terrazzo Charli dining table; the ikat-clad Ashford sofa; and Treviso, a three-tiered chandelier adorned in petal-like pink sugar glass.

Left: The Salma hand-knotted area rug in Navy by The Citizenry Courtesy of The Citizenry | Right: The Alia hand-knotted area rug Courtesy of The Citizenry

Heirloom carpet collectors rejoice! The Citizenry just restocked its highly sought-after Afghanistan rug collection. The series offers an array of one-of-a-kind designs hand-knotted by women artisans in the region using centuries-old techniques, including the arrow-accented Suhad, the terra cotta Alia, and the medallion-patterned Salma.

Must-see releases from Soho Home, noteworthy debuts at NeoCon and 3 Days of Design, and more

Volar Bio in its many colorways by UltrafabricsCourtesy of Ultrafabrics

Ultrafabrics launched an updated version of its innovative, eco-friendly Volar Bio design at NeoCon in Chicago. Available in a rainbow of versatile colorways, the leather alternative is now composed of a 66 percent mix of recycled and renewable materials, such as wood pulp, bio-based resin and salvaged water bottles.

Left: Studio M Lighting’s Curtain Call 20-inch pendant by Ryan Saghian Courtesy of Studio M Lighting | Right: The Shroud table lamp Courtesy of Studio M Lighting

Ryan Saghian’s collection for Studio M Lighting is equal parts elevated and ethereal. The collaboration offers a dozen brutalist fixtures adorned in raw materials and cloud-like shades, such as the billowing Shroud table lamp, the scalloped Curtain Call pendant and the torch-shaped Nomad wall sconce.

Must-see releases from Soho Home, noteworthy debuts at NeoCon and 3 Days of Design, and more

Adelaïde wallpaper in 6303 by Farrow & Ball Courtesy of Farrow & Ball

Farrow & Ball dropped a dreamy 18th century-fueled wallpaper collection called The Purnon Papers. An homage to the historic Château de Purnon in France, the line features five hand-crafted painterly designs based on the original patterns used throughout the estate, including the sweetly stippled Adelaïde, the ditsy floral Auguste and the damask-esque Baracé.

Must-see releases from Soho Home, noteworthy debuts at NeoCon and 3 Days of Design, and more

Selections from Ember Studio’s Entwine series at Colony, including the Remnant side table (center) David Mitchell

Colony introduced the debut collections of four independent makers into its permanent portfolio. Each of the up-and-comers just completed the gallery’s eight-month intensive Residency program, resulting in an assortment of forward-thinking furnishings, such as Alara Alkan Studio’s sandblasted Maelen cabinet, Ember Studio’s marble-accented Remnant side table, Thomas Yang Studio’s multifunctional A Cabinet of Memories, and M.Pei Studio’s wall-mounted Labyrinth Garden cabinet.

Left: Pixie 03 fabric by Berny Bacic at Studio Four NYC Courtesy of brands | Right: Bemuse 01 wallpaper Sian Fay Kerr

Berny Bacic’s textiles are now available in the U.S. for the first time, exclusively through Studio Four NYC. In addition to geometric fabric and wallcovering designs such as the undulating Arches and the rhythmic Bounce, standouts from the collection include the graphic Pixie and the beguiling Bemuse—all of which are based on original paintings by the Sydney-based artist.

Must-see releases from Soho Home, noteworthy debuts at NeoCon and 3 Days of Design, and more

Palmetto wallcovering in Verdigris, Ginger, Ice Blue and Noir by Perennials Courtesy of Perennials

Perennials launched its inaugral wallcoverings collection. The outdoor-ready ensemble supplies 17 designs in a medley of patterns, textures and materials, including the vibrant, frond-filled Palmetto; the dotted Bebop; the boldly banded Go To Stripe; and the delightfully dashed Arigato.

Must-see releases from Soho Home, noteworthy debuts at NeoCon and 3 Days of Design, and more

Cookie jar by Cedric Mitchell for Object Permanence Sydni Stearns

To celebrate the start of L.A. Design Weekend, Object Permanence is hosting a one-night exhibition at the HubbaHubba showroom this evening. The shoppable showcase, called “Edition 9,” is co-curated by Leah Ring of Another Human and Holland Denvir of Denvir Enterprises and features a selection of highly collectible, avant-garde cookie jars from 10 emerging designers, including Cedric Mitchell, Hannah Go and Cindy Hsu Zell.

Must-see releases from Soho Home, noteworthy debuts at NeoCon and 3 Days of Design, and more

The Via Giulia sofa by Yabu Pushelberg for Man of Parts Courtesy of Man of Parts

At 3 Days of Design in Copenhagen, Man of Parts debuted four fresh designs crafted by Toronto design studio Yabu Pushelberg. Along with a trio of soon-to-be-launched traditional Japanese textile-inspired rugs, the collaboration introduces the Via Giulia sofa, a serpentine stunner that pays tribute to Rome’s famed winding cobblestone street.