Our pick of products new to market
Words by Ellen Pierson
Kombinat (main image)
Launched at Maison et Objet in September, this 6m-long table is in solid ayous wood. Inspired by brutalist architecture, the piece champions raw materials and honesty in form. Heerenhuis worked with thermowood techniques to draw moisture out of the wood, making it highly weather resistant.
Wall of Joinery
by MSMR Architects
An innovative design for the new APT Living Apartments in Gunnersbury Park, West London seeks to facilitate the compact living we must adapt to. This creative piece of joinery runs the length of the flats and provides a cover for essential utilities, study, kitchen and seating.
The solid-surface, mouldable material is now available in greys, an embodiment of concrete’s characteristically raw texture. With a desire to go back to the fundamentals, Hi-Macs' Concrete Collection presents a clean backdrop to build on, with industrial influences available in five shades.
This product family can furnish an entire workplace, resulting in a seamless design language. The modularised system of seating, tables, desks and screens provides endless versatility and customisation. The pieces are slim and elegant and afford designers the power to create infinite configurations.
by Lee Broom
An innately celestial nature permeates the form and name of this lighting collection, available as a single pendant, chandelier, table lamp, and surface light. Their character changes from every angle, due to the combination of mirror and acrylic discs, which dissect and obscure each other.