Sculptural Objects by Peter West and Jeff Holt

Some people need structure in their lives. This season, everyone who has an appreciation for design most certainly needs it. Peter West and Jeff Holt, the duo behind SF’s Hewn and Hewnx, know how to help. The pair have pulled together some of the best of the best in structural pieces that are soft enough for you to love, but shapely enough for you to appreciate the depth that they can offer your space. Feature in our latest issue, these finds are sure to take the edge off of your design woes.

By Candace Abbott
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Regatta Sectional by Ted Boerner

Soft, but smart  as ever the Regatta Sectional by Ted Boerner literally reshapes the way we view sectional seating. The luxe, curvaceous forms come together in some of the most unthinkable configurations creating infinite possibilities. The pieces align perfectly bending and flowing and creating the look you want. One that’s dynamic. Price upon request

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Lust Coffee Table

Amorph’s Lust Coffee Table takes your ‘like’ for sculptural pieces to a burning want. The curvatures of this piece are seductive and enticing, rendered matte white finish with a rectangular glass top. Like art in your living space, this is a passion piece for sure. $5,000

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Mantis Desk Lamp

Natural materials blend with functionality and rich lighting in the Mantis Desk Lamp by Joseph Pagano. This thoughtful piece shows off glass globes tinged by bronze elements all of which are hand finished in Joseph’s studio. Allow his work to give your work more life. Price upon request

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Athens Stool

A piece that feels touched by antiquity is always welcomed. Bring in the Athens Stool by Magni Home. This handcrafted piece is designed from Carrara Marble through and through. It’s sturdy and captivating and features a well-appointed pass allowing light to dance through. Price upon request

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Legato Sconce

Delicate, but bold with light shining through. Meet the Legato Sconce by Fuse Lighting. An expertly designed piece, this sconce blends patinated steel with Dutch gold guilding to form a sleek LED structure with light on either end. Add shape to your days. Price upon request

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Concrete Teapot by Frederick Gautier

Bringing together one of the elements we come in contact with day in and day out--concrete--Frederick Gautier reimagines that into a functional use, a Concrete Teapot. This structural piece is based in shapes--cylinders, trunks, cubes, cones and discs bringing micro-architecture to the table. In a real way. Price upon request

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