Despite the departure of its founder Christian Liaigre in 2016, French design studio Liaigre maintains its elegant aesthetics under the direction of recently named successor Frauke Meyer.
In her latest capsule collection, the 45-year-old creative director, who worked with the famed interior designer for 18 years, has created furniture that is brilliant in its simplicity. Her design is streamlined, with accents coming from natural materials such as the grain on carved wood. Meyer says the look stems from interior design projects that the studio has done. Here’s a look at her works. 9 Purvis Street, Singapore.
The curved ends of the tabletop recall the rooftops of Japanese temples. The table was designed for a private resort in Kanagawa, Japan, and is available lacquered or clad in leather.