11 noteworthy designs from Pamono’s “New Additions”

Editors’ Picks

Every month or so, Pamono’s intrepid editors riffle through the 1000s of “New Additions” to see which vintage and contemporary pieces might be of special interest to our dedicated community of design lovers. To kick off 2019, here are eleven of our latest loves, each one full of quality, craftsmanship, beauty, and personality.


Leather Sling Chair with Embossed Leaves from Studio Stirling

For indoors and out, this minimal-luxe, hanging sling chair by Johannesburg-based Studio Stirling  is the stuff of dreams. There's no way not to feel happy while relaxing in this much style.


Wassily Off the Wall Lamp from Foscarini

Italian lighting company Foscarini was born during the height of the Memphis craze. In 1985, Adam Tihany and Joseph Mancini were brought in to develop a collection that expressed the colorful, geometric joie de vivre of the times. The resulting Off the Wall series may be super ’80s, but we think it’s a perfect for today too.


Midcentury Danish Teak Chest of Drawers

There’s no shortage of midcentury Scandinavian teak storage furniture on the vintage market, and indeed it looks like the demand for these classics may never wane. But this anonymously designed, super functional cutie caught our eye because the simple, geometric pulls form a charming composition—and the price tag offers a lot of bang for the buck.


Industrial Craft Vessel 02 by Charlotte Kidger

UK designer Charlotte Kidger has a knack for putting discarded materials to good use. Her Industrial Craft Vessels are made of reclaimed synthetics in resin and exude an otherworldly allure; exceptional in both texture and color.


1970s Lounge Chairs by Jacques Charpentier for Roche Bobois

Although Roche Bobois has been around since the 1950s, it wasn’t until the 1970s that the French furniture brand found its voice. But once it did, mon Dieu, Roche Bobois became synonymous with cosmopolitan chic. Case in point: the modular leather and steel seating by designer Jacques Charpentier (who also happened to design for Maison Jansen).


Blue Clochette Lamp by Laura Fournier

The work of French designer (currently living in Copenhagen) Laura Fournier shows a remarkable aesthetic sensitivity, even though she's rather newly embarked on her promising design career. Maybe that’s how she landed so many cool internships with the likes of Pepe Heykoop and Constance Guisset, to name a few. She’s definitely one to watch!


Vintage Globe Ceiling Lamp from Holophane

Holophane  was a major producer of public and industrial lighting in the 20th century, and the company’s vintage globe pendants are making a big comeback in today’s hip interiors. Hitting that sweet spot between the Space Age and Disco styles, it’s easy to see why.


Aquapalette Side Table by Laurids Gallée

Born in Vienna and based in Rotterdam, designer Lourids Gallée never shies away from color and pattern. His Aquapalette Side Table, made of resin beams, is actually one of the most subdued examples of his work. But the way this piece responds to light and casts turquoise-tinged shadows makes it a definite showstopper.


Simple Dining Chair by Rose Uniacke

The name says it all. British interior designer Rose Uniacke’s Simple Dining Chair is all a chair needs to be. With its thin, marine-grade steel frame elegantly wrapped in sturdy, unbleached paper cord, it's an outstanding contemporary take on timeless.


Fringe Furry Mushroom Pillow by Nieta Atelier

Portuguese brand Nieta Atelier creates handcrafted handbags, pillows, rugs, and more using the textile industry’s offcuts and waste material. Don’t you just love when style, craftsmanship, and sustainability come together?


Bottle Stopper by Josef Hoffmann for Wiener Werkstätte

How often do you get the chance to own an original piece from Josef Hoffmann and the Weiner Werkstätte, that haute artisanal, turn-of-the-century Viennese movement that influenced all the modernist geniuses that followed? Unless you are a multimillionaire, we’d wager that you’re answer is, “like never.” This little gem is a must-have—whether you drink wine or not. It’ll instantly transform you into a serious design collector, right up there with Leonard A. Lauder.


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