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Sculptures? Furniture? Why Not Both

Blurring the lines with new pieces from the top designers.


Ottawa sofa in dark gray/ light gray Lux Felt fabric, $4,079, Ottawa triangular pouf, $1,139, and Ottawa side table, $259, all at BoConcept, Santana Row.

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Baguette mirror, $4,290, by Thomas Pheasant for Baker Furniture at Baker Furniture, San Francisco Design Center.

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Smyrna pendant, $695, by Sean Lavin at

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Element II, an Abidemi Artist Collection rug, 8-foot round for $6,937, by Kyle Bunting, by special order at Edelman, San Francisco Design Center.

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Ceramic Artisan Series geo stool, $561,

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Zephyrus sideboard, limited to 55 editions, $22,840, by Giacomo Garziano for Roche Bobois at Roche Bobois, San Francisco.

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Give your art dealer a rest in the new year, and furnish your space with pieces in the slideshow above that resemble sculptures and paintings.

Between the abstract Zephyrus sideboard designed by Giacomo Garziano for Roche Bobois (signed and limited to 55 pieces) and the clean aesthetic of the Ottawa side table from BoConcept, the line between artsy talking piece and place to set your cocktail is best when it’s blurred.


Originally published in the January/February issue of Silicon Valley

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