Rick Owens has delivered a flurry of eclectic homewares under its Maison/Objects line. The designer has been known for his minimal, brutalist-inspired furniture, and he’s now adding wares to his namesake with similar design sensibilities.
The range includes ornate furnishings like silver dessert forks with bone handles, a bronze ashtray treated with dusty gray nitrate, a gral vase made entirely from a single piece of rock crystal and a skinny tray modeled after Egyptian volutes. One noteworthy piece is the “STAG T.” A large T-shaped structure made from black plywood and natural moose antler, a recurring material often used in Owens’ furniture. It measures at 55 x 30 x 44 centimeters with a weight of roughly seven kilograms, which allows it to be used for a number of purposes — like a stool or stopper. Since its horns are natural, the appearance of each STAG T will differ slightly from piece to piece. Other wares, for example, the bronze “DUCK NECK VASE,” “BRAZIER” coffee table, “CRYSTAL BOWL” and four-legged “COUPE” soup bowl, round off the concise assemblage.
Rick Owens’ Maison/Objects homewares are currently available on the label’s website, ranging from $1,025 – $8,375 USD.
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