Memphis Tamed

In 1981, creative visionary Ettore Sottsass lead a coterie of like-minded thinkers that strived to change the traditional approach to design. The self-named "Memphis Group", inspired by Art Deco, Bauhaus, and Pop Art, introduced new materials, shapes, and colors that took the design world by storm. Today, designers are reinterpreting this short-lived but highly influential group's work into their own, Memphis Tamed creations, now available at Haute Living.


Calè(e) Suspension

CaleĢ(e) plays with the visual imbalance of its assembly that ensures its stability.


Dot Line Suspension

The Dot Line suspension lamp is an exercise in simplicity. The lamp is composed of rounded bulbs that sit atop pure, straight lines. Used anywhere in residential or contract settings, Dot Line is a simple statement piece.


Toward Sofa by Erik Jorgensen

Toward is a comfortable sofa that allows the user to lounge in multiple ways. By merging the normal use of an armchair, a chaise lounge, and a tete-a-tete, the design emerged.


Float Coffee Table by La Chance



Bras Highback Chair by Artifort

We are happy to welcome a new member to the Bras family: the Bras Highback. With its comfortable and generous dimensions, the Bras Highback invites you to recline and drift away. A ‘comfortable embrace’ is a good way to describe the feeling of this snug armchair. The addition of extra head support and a higher back offer users even more comfort.


Laurent 05 by Lambert et Fils

While Bauhaus and Modernism continue to be an inspiration for the studio, with the "Laurent collection", Lambert et Fils takes a distinctly contemporary track.

The studio distills a globe during its duality between sphere and circle to its essence. In keeping with its commitment to work with local, skilled trades, the team said to the expertise of a Quebec glass blower to craft this latest piece. An adjustable suspension system of wires and anchors allows the final form to vary, from a pure, minimalist orb to something more intricate and Art Deco. "Our research focused on the surface and the form. Here, the globe acts as the link between the two, "says Samuel Lambert, the studio's founder and lead designer. The various variations make it an apt lighting fixture for the home as well as for applications in the public realm where Laurent can really take on its fullest dimension through a rhythmic repetition.


Laurel Side Table by Nichetto

Laurel side table is composed of two pure geometric shapes, cone and cylinder, intersecting to create two wide and functional surfaces, distributed at different levels. In keeping with the other elements of the collection, the ratio of the materials used is 50/50, in this case painted and hand-polished hdf for the cone, that appears to balance weightlessly upon the cylindrical marble or wood base.


L.A.F. Chair by Brothers and Sons

This L.A.F. chair has a clear design with various base options and is suitable as a dining and conference chair.


Pow Easy Chair by Pulpo

Pow! The smallest of a collection of tubular chairs designed by Hermann August Weizenegger for Pulpo.  


Caterpillar Daybed by Bolia

Sometimes, it's all about mixing two surprising elements. Take a simple form, and combine it with slightly circular forms and voila, you have created the elegant and discreet Caterpillar daybed.


Luna Cabinet by Coedition

The Luna Cabinet, designed by Patricia Urquiola for Coedition, features a circular top with two intriguing sliding doors. 



For more information on our lines, go here. To find out how our pieces can enhance your design project, please contact us @ 312 329 9000. Haute Living's design professionals are ready to assist your needs in every aspect of the design process - from conception and technical specification to final delivery and installation.