Birthday is around the corner and finding the right gift can be a rather stressful experience. Whether for your dad, brother, boyfriend or friend, MF picked 5 best objects for ‘him’, curated by your favourite hotels and restaurants. Here are some gift ideas to compose elegant interiors with strong masculine undertones; Opt for objects that convey warmth, strength; in wood, leather or steal. Choose designer pieces that embrace dark colors (grey, brown, navy blue or black) and clean lines.
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A simple shelf, suspended by a strap, seems to be in perfect balance, supporting the acrobatic equilibrium between the objects at each end. Both elements hug the wall with a precision reminiscent of impeccably wrought architect drawings
Designed by Gino Valle in the late 60's, it is recognised worldwide as an icon of 20th century design, to the extent that it became part of the permanent collection of the MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) in New York and the London Science Museum. Today Cifra 3 is the smallest direct-reading clock with the system of a roller with horizontal leaves patented in 1966. The stylistic Solari characteristic for more than 50 years
Set of 6 “Euclide” table knife, ebony handle, stainless steel blade. Created by Simon Ceccaldi, the Euclide emerged from research done on the “golden number” – a number discovered by Euclide, and since used by numerous artists and architects. This design makes for its nice proportions. Its shorter blade compared to traditional table knives is also wider, and perfectly balanced. Assembled with a glue used in aeronautics for wood models, its blade is in stainless steel Handcrafter in Corsica, France
The Altay armchair is a luxurious and sensuous armchair designed by Patricia Urquiola for Coedition. The chair's chunky wood frame gives it a sense of rustic solidity, in contrast to the luxurious finish of the sleek black full grain leather seat. This comfortably proportioned armchair is great in living rooms or in reception areas.