Written by Sara Black
Imagery by INDEX CORP
Another Thursday, another set of inspiring things in which to decorate your space, curated by INDEX.
‘Compartment’ Tray by Cambro
You cannot go more utilitarian than this tray. It’s dishwasher safe, passed its performance rating with flying colours and is designed with an attractive scratch-resistant, textured surface to ensure minimal wear and tear.
‘Pour Tous’ Parfum by Régime des Fleurs.
Part-art practitioners, part-perfumers, Régime des Fleurs have turned their noses to create a new scent collection drawing from the botanical world’s sublime drama. Our favourite? The crisp Cacti — Italian bergamot essential oil, shiso, black tea, jasmine sambac absolute, heliotrope, cucumber water, maté absolute, baltic amber and aloe vera.
Claude Megson: Counter Constructions by Giles Reid and Jackie Meiring
Claude Megson, the late and great New Zealand architect, is celebrated in this journal-like study of his most significant builds. It features five of his most significant houses, designed in the 1970s, when his architecture was at its most daring and experimental.
Mario Giacomelli by Friends Of Photography
Giacomello was a self-taught photographer, who also had stints at printing, painting and poetry. Published in 1983, this soft-cover book would be a delightful addition to your coffee table.
‘Japanese Drawer Box’ by Classiky
The ideal home for small treasures, Classiky’s drawer box. Hand-constructed from tsuga hardwood (Japanese hemlock), it’s the perfect receptacle for jewellery, socks and the like.