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You may have seen some of architect Dean Maltz’ designer furniture for manufacturers Natuzzi, Dune and Dellarobbia in contemporary home magazines “Metropolitan Home” or “Dwell”, but it wasn’t until this year’s ICFF that Maltz introduced his first signature seating collection, Moon. It’s a modular seating system made out of molded plywood or upholstery of your choice that includes four component parts: a flat ottoman, a corner slope, a full-back slope and an arm slope. Formally, these four pieces create a seating surface supported by a very discrete metal frame. Used individually, the pieces fit into a 30” by 30” space. Used together they create a wide variety of multi-use seating arrangements sophisticated enough for corporate lobbies, hotels or your living room.

Moon Collection pieces range in price from $650-$750. For more info, visit


For their project “Living with Style” Italian design company Emme Group has created two new portable cooking units that making cooking fun and stylish. The two units are Bongo- ($4,500-7,000) a professional stainless steel cooking unit, and Trolley ($1,900)-a compact unit great for small spaces or cook-top support. Both units are autonomous and easy to move for indoor and outdoor use. On the Bongo unit customization options include personalized cook-tops and accessories. Other products that beautifully compliment both the Bongo and Trolley from Emme Group are Bongos Drink—a stainless steel unit with an icemaker, Totem shower and sink, and various tables. Bon appetite!

For more information about the Bongo and Trolley cooking units, visit / Issue 54 - September 2018
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