Home & Design

Jaguar’s first electric all-performance SUV, the 2019 Jaguar I-PACE hits U.S. roads early next year. This appealing crossover combines visually dramatic and aerodynamic elements—think flowing waistline, hood scoop and signature rear haunches—with practicality. One full charge powers the all-wheel drive I-Pace for 240 miles. Like other Jaguars, the I-Pace boasts a WiFi hotspot that enables occupants in every seat to stay connected and stream music, video and other data to their devices. From $69,500. jaguarusa.com

AdessoCharge lamps not only provide light, but they also power users’ smartphones. Available in a variety of contemporary styles and finishes, the lamps employ Qi inductive technology to recharge phones when they are in contact with the lamp base; they also offer a USB port. Shown in an antique brass finish with an adjustable shade. From $90 to $150. adessohome.com

Created for active audiophiles, the portable Amico is a WiFi music system designed to play Internet radio, Spotify Connect, FM RDS and Bluetooth in any environment. Advanced Audio Coding delivers top-quality sound. The speaker is weather-resistant, with a teak veneer,  marine-grade plywood substrate and anodized metal knobs. The rechargeable device offers up to eight hours of playback. $399; comoaudio.com

Designed by Jeffrey Bernett for B&B Italia, the Metropolitan 14 armchair boasts a slender profile, tubular-steel base and fabric or leather upholstery. The base comes in black-painted chrome, bronze nickel or bright-brushed, die-cast aluminum. Available at Boffi/Maxalto in Cady’s Alley, the Metropolitan collection includes a sofa, ottoman and chairs without arms. bebitalia.com



Composed of laser-cut, lacquered-steel sheets, the double-sided Partition bookshelf designed by Joël Escalona for Roche Bobois conveys an airy, streamlined silhouette. The frame is finished in matte black, while the shelves come in a choice of five fade-resistant wood-veneer hues or a lacquered finish. Available at Roche Bobois in Friendship Heights; a new showroom opens soon in Tysons Corner. roche-bobois.com


To commemorate its 65th anniversary, BoConcept has introduced new pieces to its popular, Danish Modern Adelaide collection. Originally designed by Henrik Pedersen, the versatile line is intended for customization, with a range of materials and looks. Pictured above, the Adelaide lounge sofa is available at BoConcept in Cady’s Alley. boconcept.com



PURE GEOMETRY Ennea—meaning “nine” in Greek—is a fitting name for this table designed by Vincent Tordjman for Ligne Roset. It rests on three wood triangles supporting a top of anthracite metal or white marble-effect stoneware. Available at Ligne Roset in Upper Georgetown and District Wharf. ligne-roset.com


While accommodating a TV or short-throw projector with concealed A/V components, the Italian-made Triplo customizable media system doubles as a bar, offering space to store serving ware. The unit is available at Resource Furniture in Cady’s Alley in a wide variety of finishes, with built-in lighting and decorative bronze accents. resourcefurniture.com



Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams’ Fall 2018 collection features the Lisbon Media Console, defined by large, split-ring circular pulls in a brass finish on oak-veneer doors. Pictured in Natural with the Lisbon Bookshelf in Chocolate, the Mariella Skirted Sofa and the Riverstone Cocktail Table in Bronze. At MG+BW locations in DC and Tysons Galleria. mgbw.com



Jonathan Charles’ new Ming Dynasty-inspired collection fuses Asian flair with modern lines using vibrant colors and mixed metals. The line includes the Emperor Chest of Drawers, combining gold-leaf drawer fronts, a black-lacquered wood frame and a bright-red lacquered tray top. Available through Green Front Furniture in Manassas. greenfront.com


The Love collection of chairs and stools was designed with vintage flair by Radice Orlandini Design Studio for Calligaris. The metal frame in polished brass, matte black or black nickel is paired with a comfortable upholstered seat and backrest. Available at Calligaris in Cady’s Alley. calligaris.com


The Stressless Metro recliner from Norwegian furniture manufacturer Ekornes is designed with a rotating chrome base and adjustable pillow for neck support. Sleek contours and high-grade leather impart an elegant profile while two height and length options accommodate a variety of needs. Available at area Hamilton’s Sofa & Leather Gallery locations. hamiltonssofagallery.com.



Designed by Emmanuel Gallina for Poliform, the spare, modern Jane seating collection encompasses an armchair, sofa and bench. A frame of spessart or black oak, or matte or high-gloss aluminum supports an upholstered seat; 35 fabric options are available. At Poliform | sagartstudio in Georgetown. poliformdc.com


HOME&DESIGN, published bi-monthly by Homestyles Media Inc., is the premier magazine of architecture and fine interiors for the Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia region.

The company also publishes an annual H&D Sourcebook of ideas and resources for homeowners and professionals alike. H&D Chesapeake Views is published bi-annually and showcases fine home design and luxury living in and around the Chesapeake Bay.

The H&D Portfolio of 100 Top Designers spotlights the superior work of selected architects, interior designers and landscape architects in major regions of the US.

Stay Connected with HOME & DESIGN Newsletter

Copyright © 2024 Home & Design. All rights reserved. | Back to top