Eden Paradiso Welcomes Restraint in Favor of Simplicity

09.24.19 | By
Eden Paradiso Welcomes Restraint in Favor of Simplicity

Joris Poggioli’s Eden Paradiso collection imagines the interior of a Venetian home inhabited by a stylish, cultivated male around the age of 60 who surrounds himself with minimal designs that are charged with history, stories, and memories.

The twelve piece collection is made up of monolith tables, a bubble sofa, dial material lights, a screen, a mirror, and a tall ceramic ashtray. Eden Paradiso uses restraint in favor of simplistic ornamentation, instead using materials to set the tone. Glass, marble, onyx, rosewood, and lacquer punctuate this collection that leans toward sculptural, architectural, and timeless.

Photos by Gabin Roux.

Kelly Beall is Director of Branded Content at Design Milk. The Pittsburgh-based writer and designer has had a deep love of art and design for as long as she can remember, from Fashion Plates to MoMA and far beyond. When not searching out the visual arts, she's likely sharing her favorite finds with others. Kelly can also be found tracking down new music, teaching herself to play the ukulele, or on the couch with her three pets – Bebe, Rainey, and Remy. Find her @designcrush on social.