Top 5


Our pick of products new to market


Words by Chloe Pelas

1 Structures by Studio Greiling

Image Credit: Patricia Parinejad

This limited series of ottomans, daybeds and benches created for the Kinnasand LAB project offers an innovative set of colourful and multifunctional frames. Designed to bring Kinnassand hand-knotted rugs closer to the touch, the unique range of pieces responds to the material of the rugs, providing a contrast between the hard gloss frames and the rugs' textures.

2 DeKauri by Daniel Germani

DeKauri is the result of a collaboration between architect Daniel Germani, Consentino and Italian furniture manufacturer Riva 1920. The freestanding bathroom vanity cabinet is crafted from 50,000-year-old Kauri wood, exclusive to Riva 1920. The piece can be used to both enclose the sink and provide storage with the elegance and sophistication of fine craftsmanship.

3 Allure by Topfloor

Allure is Topfloor’s first Wilton-weave carpet collection, inspired by its designer Esti Barnes’ favourite destination, Brazil. It seeks to capture the place's vitality and variety, with each of eight designs being named after a different area of the country. From the art-deco inspired Rio to the rainforest references to Selva and Amazon, the collection's variation aims to reflect Brazil's spirit.

4 Loafer Chair by Space Copenhagen

Image Credit: &Tradition

Designed by Danish designers at Space Copenhagen, the Loafer lounge chair was commissioned for the legendary lobby of the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, the Arne Jacobsen design icon, now the Radisson Royal. The chair's enveloping structure provides a plush and private experience while also being suitable for groups. It is available in a variety of colours

5 Unique Collection by Compac

Inspired by the properties of natural rock, Spanish stone manufacturer Compac's latest marble collection aims to transform empty, silent spaces using special techniques to enhance the rock’s natural qualities and finish. Available in a range of monotones from pure white and silver to black, the body colour contrasts the marble's veins, and is presented with a high-quality finish.





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