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Under the direction of Creative Director Adam Court, leading Cape Town, South Africa based design and interiors practice OKHA has recently expanded its line of stylish contemporary furnishings.

With an emphasis on silhouettes and geometry, the new pieces form the brand create a sophisticated line that reinforce the idea that less is more.

OKHA in main home furnishings  Category

Inspired by retro cards, the Artists Armchair wraps you up like a cocoon.

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The Black Rain Mirror has beautiful layered and sliced sculptural forms.

OKHA in main home furnishings  Category

According to Adam Court, the Bowery Lounge Armchair is “taute, restrained and elegant… [it] suits both the classical and modern interior space.”

OKHA in main home furnishings  Category

The Curator Sofa is a loungy salon sofa with a nod to the traditional chaise.

OKHA in main home furnishings  Category

The De Riguour Standing Lamp is one of my favorite pieces – geometric and elegant.

OKHA in main home furnishings  Category

The Hunt Compact armchair is simple and flexible.

OKHA in main home furnishings  Category

The Mercury Coffee Table feels part viscous, part geological.

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The Mondo Coffee Table is a simple coffee table with unexpected asymmetrical legs.

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The Profile Coffee Table is a simple silhouette of laminated Corian with a black interior.

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The Rake Dining Chair is sculpted from solid walnut with a nod to mid-century modern classics.

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Adam Court explains that the Renn Side Table is “a direct homage to Charles Rennie Mackintosh.”

OKHA in main home furnishings  Category

The STM family of chairs feel both retro and futuristic.

OKHA in main home furnishings  Category

The To Be One Standing Lamp connects two lines on a separate journey to the same endpoint — the shade.

OKHA in main home furnishings  Category

I love the Zil Server, which originated from an original design for a client, has black graphic lines that are actually recessed in the surface.