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Phlox and Novus
by Kvadrat and Raf Simons
This collaboration combines a mutual appreciation for craftsmanship and quality with polymath designer Simons’ renowned taste. Fashion textiles for interiors include corduroy-inspired Phlox, a large-scale tactile rib, and Novus, a woven jacquard, whose grid design fades into a textured mattewool background.
by Broome Jenkins and Boss Design
The table collection consists of heightadjustable AC designs and their static DC counterparts. Tops come in veneer, laminate, Fenix and MFX for rectangular, elliptical or oval shapes, while the elegant underframes feature integrated control, cable management and noise-reducing motor technology.
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by Bert Frank
Satin brass and black diamond leaves with intricately laser-cut slotted patterns adorn an internally and externally illuminated brass ring in this light design. Available in pendant, wall sconce, table lamp and chandelier versions, the lights have a sophisticated industrial-inspired aesthetic, and benefit from LED technology and Bluetooth dimming capabilities.
by Mathieu Lehanneur
Credit: Matthieu Salvaing
Encompassing sofas, tables, lighting and rugs, this collection is inspired by symbols drawn from mathematics and magic. Lehanneur considers the suggestively enigmatic insignia, which seem both ancient and futuristic at once, a nonspecific and ‘universal’ language. Fittingly, he has designed furniture that ‘does not dictate how to sit’.
As education evolves towards dynamic and collaborative teaching methods, José Machado and Luciana Sobral have designed the furniture collection to fit. Made from carbon steel tubing with laminated plywood seats and backs, the designs cater for environments from kindergarten classrooms to university-level libraries and laboratories.