Nova Obiecta’s Newest Line: CREATION

Parisian design studio Nova Obiecta, known for their minimalist lines and sleek forms, has launched their newest collection, CREATION. With their penchant for pure geometry and abstraction, the 5 pieces can stand solo, but also create a cohesive collection together.


Seven individual, triangle-shaped components are grouped together to form Flu (C). The top is made of translucent acrylic so one can clearly see its individual elements.


Elev (A) is a sharp armchair that’s made of translucent acrylic and stainless steel. Merino wool felt pads help keep it from being overly cold.


Disti (N) is a sculptural valet made of sharp contrasts. It has a flexible aluminum top that is held by an unyielding concrete base.


Varia (T) is a laser cut chair with individual slats cut through to create an optical illusion. Light through the chair results in an ever-changing look of the chair.


Finally, Asce (N) is a translucent, hexagonal table made of both steel and acrylic. Each piece is perfectly assembled with the help of sub millimeter manufacturing.

After surviving a quarter life crisis, Nanette went from working in healthcare canadian meds to pursuing her loves of design, food and writing. During the day she works in social media marketing, by night she writes for Design Milk. You can find more of her work at