Furniture & fittings

These four items from Matisse are the perfect fusion of innovation and artistry

Article by Home Magazine

As a leading supplier for quality furniture in New Zealand it’s no surprise that these four picks from Matisse are a divine union of innovation and design

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‘Monolith’

The last frontier for display and storage – the loo! The ‘Monolith’ by Geberit for Agape is not only a stylish combined cistern/storage but a really beautiful way to install an in-wall system without the inconvenience of major construction.

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‘Edouard’ sofa 

It’s rare to find a stylish contemporary sofa with a high back – Antonio Citterio for B&B Italia has succeeded magnificently with the ‘Edouard’.


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An update of the 2006 white-on-white model – the ‘Melody’ bookcase by Neuland Industriedesign for MDF Italia now has the added option of a colour-contrast backing in dove or medium grey, giving sophistication and depth to the dramatic lines.

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‘Hanami’ pendant 

‘Hanami’ pendant by Adriano Rachele for Slamp is a combination of Lentiflex, a new pliable glass substitute, that has been folded and bent into stylised blossoms using traditional Japanese paper-folding techniques.


g3-5‘Randomito’ hanging bookshelf 

For those objects that never look quite right on book-sized bookcases, the ‘Randomito’ by Neuland Industrie design for MDF Italia enhances small-scale collections – your poetry books, your miniature furniture, the bonsai and mementos.

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