Taking on the classic art technique of marquetry where veneer patterns are carefully affixed onto furniture, Spanish fashion house Loewe adds its own spin by applying graphic leather designs for this year’s Salone del Mobile Furniture Fair in Milan. Helmed by creative director Jonathan Anderson, six pieces of British furniture from the 1920’s were selected to get the whimsical treatment inspired by the Bloomsbury Group’s Omega Workshops, notable for bringing avant-garde designs to domestic goods. Showcased above are items including Baille chairs, floor lamps and folding screens bearing graphics influenced by works ranging from the Japanese Edo period to retro pop art. While the furniture will only be available as a display, you can still memorialize the exhibit via leather pouches and notebooks which will be on sale. The Salone del Mobile is celebrating its 55th year and will run from April 12-17 at the Milan Fairgrounds.