Making their way from fashion to furniture, we can’t get enough of these sleek and sophisticated black and white stripes.
Ferruccio Laviani looked to 16th century timber-frame architecture for inspiration when designing the ‘Tudor Bonanza’ series for Italian furniture company Emmemobili. Pieces include this zig-zagging black and white side table made with a closely sanded tinted fir frame and highly lacquered wood panels.
Part of Kelly Behun’s Neo Laminati line of furniture and tabletop accessories, ‘Chair no. 34’ is a custom laminate and MDF chair with three black & white stripe sizes with solid blue core.
NYC-based Serbian designer Ana Kras’ ‘Slon’ tables for Matter Made feature round wooden tops set onto wide cylindrical bases, pairing warm terracotta, pale grey and blue paired with bold black and white stripes
Bethan Gray‘s ‘Alice’ collection of white and black marble contrasting table top pieces were inspired by the spectacular black and white stone configurations found in historical buildings across Europe, from the ninth-century Amalfi Cathedral in Italy to the twentieth-century San Giovanni Battista in Mogno, Switzerland.
Presented as part of the Norwegian by Nature’ exhibit at ICFF 2014, the Lysestake candleholder by Joachim Wallem Rasmussen stacks bold geometric blocks of black and white Corian into a Sottsass-esque composition.