5 Products Whose Geometric Designs Delight and Inspire

Geometric signatures in these textiles and surfaces originate in sources ranging from the heroic to the mundane.

Giardino Rosa Still Silo

A vibrant swath of Sonia Rykiel–designed fabric for Lelièvre wraps the midsection of Servomuto’s summery Milan-inspired fixture.
servomuto.com Courtesy Servomuto

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SACCO GOES GREEN When Zanotta reinvented its Sacco chair in an entirely sustainable format, the company even applied its ecofriendly ethos to the design of the Pierre Charpin–conceived ECONYL covering: Its lacelike line work recalls the reclaimed fishing nets it is made from.
zanotta.it Courtesy Zanotta

Vasari In Orchil(1)

Featuring a repeating jewellike motif, this Jacquard-woven design by Merida artistic director Sylvie Johnson is from a collection inspired by Renaissance and Ottoman patterns.
meridastudio.com Courtesy Merida Studio

Maharam Shift Stack Silo

With its dimensional matelassé construction and reverberating color, Shift is a continuation of Scholten & Baijings’ exploration of grids with Maharam.
maharam.com Courtesy Maharam

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Zanellato/Bortotto’s contemporary take on Palladian flooring—a tradition wherein irregularly shaped pieces of stone form a patchwork—makes for a playful geometric addition to an interior.
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