The most interesting products to hit the market
Words by Sophie Tolhurst
The enduring appeal of concrete is translated into three carpet tile designs: first, Laid Bare, and two colourful evolutions, Urban Drama (vibrant tones) and Urban Poetry (calm pastels). The tiles come in two formats: 50x50cm square and 50x100cm slab.
by Claudio Bellini for Pedrali
Following last year’s Elinor Chair, the table continues the theme of soft curving lines with refined details. Two moulded elements of rigid polyurethane foam are upholstered in leather, supporting a 6mm solid laminate or Fenix tabletop (and a concealed steel structure).
by Lo0ok Industries for Office Blueprint
N.A.P. stands for Neuron Activation Pod, and the acronym only tells half the story: in the pod, neurosonic tech targets the body with low-frequency vibrations to ease stress during a working day, stimulate the metabolism and improve sleep quality.
Silver 95/96 Lumiere
by Paola Navone for Gervasoni
Hammered nickelplated brass is a new finish for this suspension lamp, which comes in two shapes: 95 has a shallow subtle curve while 96 has a more dramatic silhouette, with a deeper curve coming down either side of the bulb.
by Lukas Peet for ANDlight
Image credit: Andre Paul Pinces.
A glowing sphere represents the sun while the wire cage enclosing it is symbolic of the Earth’s orbit around it. Available as a pendant or a table lamp on a marble base, Orbit’s ambient glow is ideal for hotel lobbies and lounges.