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The Italian family stone-carving business is known for its innovative furnishings for retail and urban design, while its exclusively marble Marsotto Edizioni collection features collaborations with some of the world’s most respected designers.
writing station Christian Liaigre and Hieronymus Inspired by the finish on Hieronymus’ range of bronze accessories, Christian Liaigre worked closely with the Swiss stationery brand to create a hotel writing station with a patinated brass base and a top in ‘Réglisse lisse’ leather and Jamaican dogwood.
Hieronymus also contributed a stationery set, including a super-sleek handmade notebook and headed notepaper and cards, alongside a letter opener, a pen cup and a note box.
Christian Liaigre Christian Liaigre’s interiors are renowned for their exquisite craftsmanship.
Thinker’ shelf system Christian Haas and Lyngby Porcelæn ‘The Thinker’ is a series of small wall-mounted shelves, each featuring an expressive ‘face’ with furrowed brows.
Designed by Christian Haas to be used as coin trays or stands to showcase your favourite small objects, the characterful shelves are made of porcelain by Danish specialist Lyngby with a matt biscuit top and a glazed underside.
The greatest minds in design and manufacturing have formulated, fussed and fused to ensure your stay is beaming and bedazzling in equal measure.
Each piece is designed in the company’s atelier and made in its Swiss production facilities or by European craftsmen.
The ‘backbone’ of the piece is composed of slats carved from Carrara marble, and is accompanied by a series of interchangeable marble modules.
By sliding in a new segment, the arrangement can be customised to suit your needs.
Yabu Pushelberg George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg’s creative collaboration spans more than 30 years.
Working from studios in Toronto and New York, their design mastery of the lavish global hospitality aesthetic is directional.