We always dig everything that Constance Guisset designs and her latest works that she launched at this year’s Salone certainly fit the bill. The French designer has a way of creating objects with a certain delicateness or softness about them – they’re never over the top or with too much detail. Just enough to capture your attention and make you never forget. Take a look at her latest pieces:

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The Nubilo sofa, designed for Petite Friture, is a cozy spot to relax amongst its round cushions that could either be clouds, balloons, pebbles, you name it. It’s a place to dream and imagine.

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Designed for Established & Sons, the Portobello chandelier features a juxtaposition with its closed, upper structure and delicate swags of gleaming pearls below.

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The Cape lamp, for Moustache, references an abstract figure floating, draped in a cape, giving off an ethereal vibe.

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Three round poufs in different sizes called Windmills were designed for La Cividina. Designed with a succession of fabrics and colors that reference historical chromatic researches.

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Photos © Constance Guisset.