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A look at some top Products from the best European Interior Designers


After having a look at some top products from some of the greatest interior designers from the USA, we now turn our focus towards European talents, among them the UK, France, Italy among many other relevant names. Join us into this new journey through some of the best talents in design that this continent has ever seen.

Kelly Hoppen

A look at some top Products from the best European Interior Designers


The Ottoman bench is one of the highlights of Kelly Hoppen’s career.  It is enormously versatile and works as a perfect footstool or additional seating in any room. The wooden table piece attached also slides across the top adding a further useful function as well.


Philippe Starck


Citrus-squeezer in aluminium casting, mirror polished.‎  A truly iconic object and symbol not only of Philippe Starck but of Alessi itself, this citrus squeezer – as revolutionary as it is surprisingly functional – was sketched in its essentials by Starck during a holiday by the sea in Italy, on a pizzeria napkin.‎


David Chipperfield

The Fayland product family was designed by David Chipperfield in collaboration with the furniture manufacturer e15 and comprises a dining table, a coffee table, a bench, a stool and a sideboard. All items of the family are made from solid wood. The Fayland dining table was originally developed for Fayland House, a residential project in the English countryside. It is essentially a modern and versatile farmhouse table, characterised by the pure use of material coupled with a clear and elegant design.


Alberto Pinto Studio


Alberto Pinto Interior Design appropriates the eclectic taste of its international clientele in adjusting its decors to each of their desires all the while adding elegance which creates a balance within such opulence. The main example here is the Tres Ilhas table which is composed of three nesting tables in brown horn marquetry and gilded natural horn fillets.


Zaha Hadid


Referencing Zaha Hadid’s design process, with each new project, Zaha Hadid Design (ZHD) continues to examine its significance within the dialogue of contemporary design. ZHD interprets both the present and the future, by continuing to share Hadid’s story with the public, as it did at the latest edition of Maison et Objet, where the brand showcased its latest collection featuring innovative trays.

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Jean Nouvel


Designed for the fit-out of the Foundation Cartier offices in Paris, the Less range has become a major reference in the history of contemporary design. Jean Nouvel wanted to add a sympathetic furniture range to the architecture of the Foundation Cartier, which is distinguished by its transparency and dematerialisation, and so he proposed a silent furniture system that’s simply elegant, free of any rhetorical flourishes.


Álvaro Siza Vieira


The extraordinary thing about the Flamingo cannot be appreciated in photographs, nor even in detailed design plans.‎ What distinguishes it from any other lamp is its use.‎ Its unusual height, the quality of its light, the neutrality and apparent fragility of its variable and detachable structure, the mobility of its very delicate wings, all allow for unsuspected uses.‎

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Karim Rashid


The Voxel Chair is a minimal, simple yet voluminous stackable chair that is faceted just in the perfect places for comfort, just in the right angles for hyper-strength, imbuing the correct creases for beauty, and just the few merging and converging lines for purity.


Patricia Urquiola


One of the best design accomplishments by Patricia Urquiola is the Fjord chairs. This chair becomes an armchair and then stool. Its broken form and abstract concept together become an object of design: smooth lines that support and envelop are picked out in decorative stitching in harmony with the essence of the chair’s structure.


Antonio Citterio


The acclaimed designer Antonio Citterio has launched an outdoor collection in partnership with B&B Italia. Featuring a textile design inspired by traditional South American fabrics, Ribes is a flexible new outdoor seating system that can be customized to different settings and tastes.


Marcel Wanders


Extraordinary iconic furniture, lighting and home accessories define the pieces by Moooi. These versatile works are eclectic, playful, surreal and explore the complete scope of Marcel Wanders’ signature design, especially the Rocking Chair. Marcel Wanders envisions and creates a giant rocking O-shaped seat with an identity of its own.‎ As big as a person and available in various elegant colour nuances, it rocks!


Piet Boon


Inspired by the shape of the iconic Piet Boon KLINK side table, the OLLE designer furniture series is infused with the same non-geometric contour. The generous proportioned OLLE dining-and more accessible bistro table is the first table design to not have a head to the table, enabling users to sit intuitively and making everyone equally important.


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