Top Ten in November and December

Our pick of the products new to market

Words by Sophie Tolhurst

1. Flock of Light
By Studio Toer for Moooi

Inspired by a drift of fireflies captured in motion, dimmable LED lights sit on curving metal wires. Derived from a public art installation by Studio Toer, the studio has adapted the design for sale from Moooi. It is available to purchase in two sizes.

2. Aurora Colours, Marmo Collection

For the Marmo Collection, HI-MACS solid surface acrylic features subtle veined contrasts in earthy tones. Inspired by the Northern Lights, the translucency of the Aurora Cotton and Pavia colours allows designers to play with light effects to mimic the natural display.

3. Circ Collection
By Tsar Carpets

With layered circles and fine lines, this rug collection of four customisable designs from Tsar Carpets takes its cues from art deco style. The colour palette is full of earthy tones – the mix of shape and colour ideal for creating calming, welcoming spaces.

4. Arkade Chair
By Nanna Ditzel for Brdr. Krüger

This unreleased design by architect Nanna Ditzel was created in 1983 during a 10-year collaboration with Niels Krüger. In wood-turned and steam-bent oak, it features Ditzel’s elegant geometries, and circles, plus the arches that give the chair its name.

5. Opus Certum
By Zanellato/Bortotto for Del Savio 1910

A collaboration with the Zanellato/Bortotto studio brings a reinterpretation of the traditional Italian Palladian flooring from Del Savio. The Dot, Optic and Vague designs mix natural Italian marble with coloured concrete in playful, contemporary patterns.

6. Lem Chair
By Lapalma

Six new colours celebrate the 20th birthday of LEM. Made by Japanese designers Shin and Tomoko Azumi for Lapalma, the height-adjustable stool has a recognisable silhouette, with a double curve of tubular metal, combining seat and footrest in a continuous line.

7. Deca
By Camira

Deca is a soft, cotton-backed, vegan-friendly alternative to leather for use in commercial interiors. Made from polyurethane, and phthalate and DMF-free, it is also safe for cleaning with bleach to withstand increased sanitising due to Covid-19. It's available in 20 colours.

8. Desso Human Fascination II, Futurity
By Tarkett

Celebrating the use of raw products, Futurity carpet tiles are inspired by piles of recycled yarn, where pattern and colour blends are created by chance. There are four shades: two lighter bases with a darker pattern and two dark bases with lighter pattern.

9. M923 Wall
By Maars Living Walls

Image Credit: Marten Aukes

Designed in collaboration with Gensler, this space divider is simple to use and ‘hackable’, according to the need for visual, acoustic or physical separation. It features panels in different materials – moss, cork, marker boards, textile – that easily snap into the steel frame.

10. Ion 3D Acoustic Panels
By Woven Image

Ion is an origami-inspired 3D nonwoven wall panel for commercial interiors available in seven nature-inspired colours. It is 100% PET (60% recycled), uses post-industrial waste streams and has low VOC emissions. Straight edges allow for a seamless finish.

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