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19 T R O P I C M A G A Z I N E Nara table by Jean-Marie Massaud Poliform 4100 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 101-102, Miami Design District Table, stool, bedside table or coffee table, Nara emphasises and embellishes living spaces with sculptural appeal, thanks to practical and versatile features. The Nara collection, de- signed by French architect and designer, Jean-Marie Massaud and introduced in Milan in 2019, is built using hand-crafted methods and is fabricated from hickory walnut canaletto or black elm. Massaud is nothing if not prolific, designing over fifty different pieces for Poliform of the last decade. Untitled A wall lamp StudioTwentySeven Miami Design District or online at studiotwentyseven.com Just introduced at StudioTwentySeven, home of incredible, minimalist home furnishings by design- ers like Finn Juhl, Gio Ponte and Francesco Balzano comes this exquisite wall sconce by Etienne Gounot and Eric Jahnke. Fabricated from either a warm bronze or cool gunmetal, the dimmable fixture features a 22.5" light bar pushed out from the surface of the wall via a 4" deep plinth on which it rests. Made in France, the fixture can be used vertically or horizontally. Concrete Washi II wall covering by Phillip Jeffries Through your designer at Holly Hunt Miami Design District Phillip Jeffries is famous for its natural material wall coverings like grasscloth, silk and raffia, but for the Concrete Wash II collection, they recreate the look of fresh trowelled plaster in four variations. The texture of well-traveled pavements and weathered architecture inspired Phillip Jeffries in the creation of a trio of new designs – "Paving The Way", "Stepping Out", and "Brushing Up". These new introductions, along with their original Concrete Washi, cre- ate a clean and peaceful palette for your walls. 19 T R O P I C M A G A Z I N E

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