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2014 Goods from Constance Guisset

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.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.