Photos: Thomas Brown
Styling: Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara Di Pinto / Studio Pepe
Marrying fashion and design, Case da Abitare presents four table settings featuring crystal glasses, beautiful lighting and high-end cutlery and tableware just in time for Christmas. Set inspiration is drawn from times past (think Mad Men-style vintage 50s clothes) and John Baldessari's colorful, conceptual artworks. Nordic ceramics, sculptural candlesticks and Murano glass make the spread even more special.
Furniture, design, travel, culture, personalities, technology, business: these are the main themes of Case da Abitare, the interiors, design and living magazine. Devised by Tyler Brûlé, the man behind Wallpaper and Monocle, and edited by Francesca Taroni, Case da Abitare is written not merely to be read, but to be experienced. Each issue features the most fascinating interiors on the international stage, as well as homeowner interviews. It's a design journey that takes you somewhere truly unforgettable.
The L'ART DE LA TABLE selection can be purchased from your iPad using the Case da Abitare app.