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A Furniture Re-Edition of Rena Dumas’ Secret Garden
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For those of us who didn’t have the chance to catch renowned interior architect and designer Rena Dumas’ furniture the first time around, I have good news. Rena Dumas Interior Architects (RDAI), together with The Invisible Collection, have released a re-edition of her most iconic pieces.

Five designs make up the capsule collection, celebrating Dumas’ everlasting style through pieces created to enhance everyday living. Or, what she referred to her “Secret Garden”. While the Okéanis pieces nearly seem to float, the Aria console and chevet are grounding through their strong geometries. The Tapis Lumière, woven with hand-knotted silk, embodies the balance of purity and light that defines Dumas to this day.

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Okéanis Table Gueridon and Tapis Lumière \\\ Photo: Alex Profit

We fell in love with design as teenagers and have never forgotten the day we both discovered Rena Dumas’ Pippa collection. While her designs are at home in the world of Hermès, there is an architectural dimension that has transported Rena’s vision to a universe all its own. We are deeply honoured that RDAI has chosen The Invisible Collection as the exclusive representative to present the re-edition of Rena Dumas’ furniture. For us, RDAI encapsulates the timeless modernity of the great classics that are collected today.

-Anna Zaoui and Isabelle Dubern-Mallevays, Co-Founders of the invisible collection

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Okéanis Table Gueridon and Tapis Lumière \\\ Photo: Alex Profit

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Okéanis Table Gueridon and Tapis Lumière \\\ Photo: Alex Profit

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Okéanis Table \\\ Photo: Alex Profit

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Aria console \\\ Photo: Alex Profit

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Aria console \\\ Photo: Alex Profit

These pieces are available to buy globally, exclusively through The Invisible Collection.

Kelly Beall is senior editor at Design Milk. The Pittsburgh-based graphic designer and writer has had a deep love of art and design for as long as she can remember, and enjoys sharing her finds with others. When undistracted by great art and design, she can be found making a mess in the kitchen, consuming as much information as possible, or on the couch with her three pets. Find her @designcrush on social.