We thought it only fair to throw open the doors to the W* House and share with you how we’d fit out our dream digs. From consoles to cupboards, beds to bookcases, the W* House features our favourite pieces of design from across the globe, room by room. When it comes to sharing our finds, we wanted to keep things simple, letting you furnish your house with the click of a mouse, the Wallpaper* way. 

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Products / Seating


‘Grand Sofà’

Antonio Citterio / Vitra

Vitra has collaborated with designer Antonio Citterio for more than 25 years, the brand’s most durable design relationship to date. The latest collaboration is the ‘Grand Sofà’ series, which meshes modernity with comfort. ‘When you think about a sofa, you have to think about how people live,’ says Citterio, noting how the domestic use of a sofa has changed significantly over the years, the piece becoming the focus of a multi-functional family room. His design reflects these societal changes, serving as a generously proportioned soft platform for free time, with a modular composition that allows for multiple arrangements.

Photography: Paola Dossi

‘Era’ armchair

David Lopez Quincoces / Living Divani

We’re used to the sleek, well-proportioned designs that David Lopez Quincoces has created for Living Divani over the years, and the new ‘Era’ armchair is proof of how well the designer and the brand work together. Spanish-born, Milan-based Lopez Quincoces created a sophisticated chair that pairs minimal tubular steel legs in gunmetal grey with a welcoming padded curved seat and back. Forming part of a product family that includes a dining chair and a coffee table and is characterised by the same slim lines, the ‘Era’ armchair is available in a discreet grey or rich burgundy, in fabric or leather upholstery.

Photography: Paola Dossi

‘Echo’ side table

Mark Albrecht

Mixing minimalism and modernism, Mark Albrecht studio has developed a fresh take on the side table with this new piece. Launched this summer, the table is a combination of wood, steel and leather to form a utilitarian piece handmade in Albrecht’s New York workshop. The round, vertical shaft of the ‘Echo’ minimises vibration, and the ‘Solist’ – a version with only the top tray – is ideal for sliding under a sofa to maximize living space. 'With my latest work, I feel I am probing deeper into my roots as a sculptor,' says Albrecht, who reaches the perfect balance between the practical and ornamental in the entire new collection that also includes mirror and table lamp.

‘Curve’, ‘Serpentine’ and ‘Stratus’ sofas

Adrian Pearsall / RH Modern
Prices start at $2,795

When a midcentury sofa in the reception area of the RH Modern Gallery in LA attracted a lot of admiring comments, the Californian furniture company felt compelled to do a little detective work to determine its origins. Its designer turned out to be Adrian Pearsall, who had spent the 1950s and 1960s creating furniture characterised by soft, undulating curves. Aftern contacting Pearsall’s estate, RH received permission to reissue his designs and the result is a series of three sinuous seating collections: Curve, Serpentine and Stratus.

As originally featured in the May 2017 issue of Wallpaper* (W*218)

‘Tailor’ lounge sofa

Rui Alves / Menu

Inspired by the memory of his grandfather’s favourite tailor shop, Portuguese designer Rui Alves has designed a beautiful upholstered sofa for Menu. With an intent to show off every facet of its structure, Rui has exposed every part of the chair, from the solid oak frame and its wood joins to the leather upholstery. The result is a light and airy appearance that is stunning from any angle.

‘San’ outdoor collection

Lionel Doyen / Manutti
Price on request

On the back of the successful 'Kumo' sofa collaboration last year, designer Lionel Doyen has once again joined forces with Manutti for the launch of the 'San' collection. Aiming to help you 'master the art of zen', this range of outdoor furniture comprises a powder coated aluminium and Iroko bench, which has a distinctly industrial-feel, topped by softening cushions in a palate of 'soft petrol blue', 'milestone' and 'soft white'.

'Heart Cone' chair

Verner Panton / Vitra

Verner Panton’s designs are a fuse of pop art and Scandinavian modernism. The 'Heart Cone Chair', which takes its name from the heart-shaped silhouette, features extended wings as the backrest. The modern interpretation of the classic wingback chair holds a playful nature which resembles Mickey Mouse ears.

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'Valsusa' armchair


Four different geometric shapes make up the latest design by French studio Pool. Launched recently at Operae festival in Turin, Italy, with the support of Gallery S Bensimon, the 'Valsusa' armchair has two contrasting finishes: plush blue velvet for the seating, arm- and backrest, countered with an oak leg sheathed in a tough, rustic hide. The sculptural chair echoes Pool's conceptual experimentations with shapes, and the studio's ability to transform these into functional furniture.

'Block' sofa

Mut Design Studio / Missana

Spanish design studio Mut embraces their geometric aesthetic for their seating collection for Missana. Available as sofa or armchair, the compact silhouettes play with modern shapes, pairing bold curved seats with solid cube and rectangular bases. While available in muted grey and beige, it is the contemporary wine red and electric blue that strike us as a statement sculpture in the living space.

'COLUM(N) 3.40' stool


Paris-based design studio and manufacturer Nova Obiecta has released a limited edition 100 units of this organic, handmade side table or stool. The multifaceted pieces, both sourced and produced in France, pose a geometric take on solid cork, and are bound with hand polished copper or brass rings. Nova Obiecta's creations, described as 'sculptural furniture', pay tribute to both Kinetic and Op art movements.

'Stacking/Packing' stools

Dean Edmonds

Designed to fit into the modern lifestyle, Dean Edmonds’ new collection consists of seating that 'stacks and packs.' Edmonds’ compact, self-assembly design attempts to accommodate frequent moves and smaller spaces, as and when needed. His sophisticated stools are made out of sleek, lightweight zinc plated steel that evoke an industrial look and are part of an edition of seven.


Ida Elke

The functions of Danish designer Ida Elke’s new furniture object Ovo-ovO are secondary to a play with palindromic principles. A palindrome is a sequence that can be read both backwards and forwards. Its name reflects the nature of the sandcast aluminum object itself: turned one way, Ovo-ovO serves as a stool and sidetable, with the other, it can be used as a vessel, vase or bowl.

'Branch' Lounge + Table

Lievore Altherr Molina / Tribù
From €200

Lievore Altherr Molina is a dab hand at outdoor furniture, thanks to its design sensibility and clever line work, which give a mature sophistication to its pieces. A collaboration with Belgian firm Tribù has resulted in a minimal aluminium lounger with a teak side table that can be clicked onto the frame to join two together.

Diana' B

Konstantin Grcic / Classicon

Formed of sheet metal, powder-coated in a variety of colours, Konstantin Grcic's 2002 ‘Diana’ side tables (available here in two versions) were conceived in the manner of a font character, with careful reworking of each line, angle and radius. ‘The more I worked on this project, the more I realised that even a few simple folds were sufficient to create a beautifully three-dimensional form,’ says Grcic.

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'Livit' sofa

Lievore Altherr Molina / Expormim

The starting point for ‘Livit’, the inviting new outdoor sectional sofa by Barcelona-based design studio Lievore Altherr Molina, was childhood memories of siestas in hammocks on warm summer afternoons. Produced by Spanish brand Expormim and designed with a sophisticated attention to the finer details, the sofa features ample cushions on a slender aluminium frame, creating a result that the designers say, ‘balances comfort and lightness with the aim of providing a blithesome relax’. Available in multiple compositions and also in chair and chaise longue versions, the seating comes in shades that range from a deep green to a neutral ice grey, and exudes a Mediterranean elegance while at the same time appearing light and effortless.


Antonio Citterio / B&B Italia

Citterio’s new sofa collection, encompassing armchairs and corner modules, features geometrically sinuous lines, a wide seat and high backrest to enhance comfort and offer ergonomic support. A slight curvature expresses the concept of embrace, but also creates the perfect place for conversation.


Visibility / Matter Made

A purely New York venture, these stools were released during design week in a collaboration between Visibility studio and Matter Made. The whimsical frames can be neatly stacked to devise snakes of tubular legs connecting together in the different tones, from neutral black, cream and grey to brighter green and blue. The studio has titled the stool 'Champ' as its frame is reminiscent of a champagne cage shape, here enlarged into its contemporary form that is seamless and lightweight.

'Wrap' sofa and chaise longue

Omi Tahara / Yamakawa Rattan
Price on request

Japanese born, Milan-trained designer Omi Tahara has created a perfect garden repose in this elongated chaise longue. Made by Yamakawa Rattan, Japans first manufacturer of wicker who source their wares from rainforests in Kalimantan and Sumatra, here they modernise the material to become weather-resistant. Available in both hand woven natural rattan and a wicker-look synthetic fibre for outdoor use, 'Wrap' is further defined by its arched backrest that creates a contemprary visual volume and comfortable, supportive spring.

'Orlando' armchair

Reiko Kaneko / SCP

Having previously focussed on fine bone china pendant lamps, this 'Orlando' armchair marks designer Reiko Kaneko's first foray into furniture. The lounge chair boasts a solid steel frame, with a tubular steel back allowing for a gentle, comforting flex. The slim arm rests are made from walnut or oak, whilst various upholstery and powder-coat finishes are available - we're particularly fond of the 'Maharam Cobblestone' pictured. Orlando's small footprint, low base and custom finishes make it an ideal fit for any room.

'944' bench

Studio Formstelle / Rolf Benz

Studio Formstelle were commissioned to create this hand-stitched, upholstered bench for their German neighbours Rolf Benz. The bench is distinguished by its striking, geometric wooden base that it shares with the 580 armchair introduced in Milan last year. The 944 is available in two sizes and a choice of walnut, light or dark oak.


Bertjan Pot / Golran

From Bertjan Pot's 'Triangles' collection for Golran, the design of this hand-knotted wool and silk pouf was initiated with an investigation into the weaving technique of the kilim from which its pattern would be spun. Like all pieces from the line, the pouf's pattern is based on the geometric form of the triangle, which here has been positioned to create a kaleidoscopic series of diamonds and hexagons, emphasised by a clever arrangement of both contrasting and harmonising hues of pink and red.

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Brooklyn-based brand Bower was inspired by ancient archways for the 'Arch' Bench, pairing classical architectural with a fresh, contemporary finish. Imbued with their signature experimental style, the bench has a monochrome palette of lacquered ash on the top, and whitewashed on the legs. Added texture and comfort comes in the form of the plush, deep-black wool upholstery.


Gio Ponti / L'Abbate

The 'Livia' chair was originally designed by Gio Ponti for the offices of Padua University's Livianum faculty and was reissued by Italian brand L'Abbate in 2005. Minimal, elegant and carved from lacquered beechwood, this classic red chair is timeless in its design.

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Form Us With Love / +Halle
High Sofa from €2295

These unique pieces allow seating to become the room divider. Playing with different heights, the architectural pieces appear as armchairs while providing an elevated cove for the individual to experience privacy at a different level. Designed by Swedish studio Form us With Love, the collection evokes their minimalist yet experimental aesthetic, merging this with Danish manufacturer +Halle's humanist techniques. Its versatility also allows it to live comfortably in any room, we have it in the hall as social seating for our guests to enjoy, at any height.

Club chair

Glen Baghurst
Price on request

Taking cues from the fashion industry's ability to dress one common frame in various of ways, Swedish-Australian designer Glen Baghurst has created his 'Untitled' Club chair. Thick off-black leather falls over the curving frame, and fastened with powder-coated iron fixings that are clearly exposed. This creates an equestrian-style depth and volume that is a nod to traditional English saddlery.


Frederik Roijé
From €459

This barstool is the newest addition to the organic SeatShell collection by Netherlands based design studio Frederik Roijé. Chanelleing their graphic and modular style that imbues all of their collections, the geometric seat can be upholstered for a softer finish. Available in a smaller armchair version, the dynamic legs also come in a lacquered or natural ash for a plush or raw finish.


Andersson & Voll / Erik Jørgensen
Price on request

Updating the classic Danish style of Erik Jørgensen is Norwegian duo Andersson & Voll. Showcasing the new 'Hector' sofa design at Stockholm Furniture Fair, the pair have reissued the elegant 'Frame' sofa in a contemporary warm leather finish and sleek upholstered frame with steel legs. The sharp edges of the structure naturally contrasts the Scandinavian softness found in the cushions that can add strength to any minimalist room set.

La Pipe

Friends and Founders
Starting from €540

Designed by Ida Linea Hildebrand, one half of Copenhagen-based duo Friends & Founders, the 'La Pipe' dining chair is a refined and contemporary seat. The smooth, curving lines of the chair's back echoes the high-quality, soft leather, whilst the slender, gold-tone metal legs effortlessly balance the seat. The 'La Pipe' collection is inspired by shapely tobacco pipes and comprises a low lounge chair and a high bar chair. Available in striking blush pink or charcoal hues, they can be playfully paired for eclectic dinner parties.


Tom Fereday / Zenith Interiors
Price on request

Sydney-based designer Tom Fereday launches 'WES', a new furniture collection inspired by the film director Wes Anderson. With seamless, hand sculpted upholstery and a unique timber frame, the only delineation comes from the softly contrasting piping. Known for his obsessively symmetrical compositions, Wes Anderson is the ideal muse for Fereday's range, as individual chairs can be slotted together in perfectly proportionate combinations.


Samuel Accoceberry / Bosc

Artistically inspired by the Basque sculptures of Eduardo Chillida, these chairs boast contemporary contrasting Kvadrat colours. Designed by Paris-based Samuel Accoceberry, the curvaceous, shell like model stands low on the ground on small walnut or oak legs for a carved finish. Manufactured by Bosc, the model is available in a larger sofa form.