Our pick of the products new to market
Words by Sophie Tolhurst
This new LVT product inspired by mineral and organic pigments comprises 12 colourways including smokey greys, blush pinks, powdery blues and earthy, mineral tones. The 50cm x 50cm tiles are compatible for use with Interface’s carpet tiles. It is available in EMEA.
2. Gravity Chandelier
by Paul Cocksedge for Moooi
A reimagination of the traditional chandelier, replacing its rigid curved arms with flexible cords topped with pressed glass cups. Each arm can be individually suspended to alter the chandelier’s diameter. There are five and seven-arm options, with frosted or clear glass cups.
Image Credit: MARK HERBOTH
Undulating ceiling baffles offer sound absorption while acting as decorative detail or a wayfinding aid for commercial spaces. The product is customisable in depth, length and form; each baffle can be configured independently without any additional cost.
by Altherr Désile Park for Arper
Image Credit: SALVA LOPEZ
Sustainability is at the core of Arper’s first solid wood lounge chair, available for indoors or outdoors. The frame is made from oak and black locust FSC-certified wood and is topped with a 3D knit textile made with recycled polyester from post-consumer plastic.
by Luca Nichetto for Lodes
The lamp’s slender form mimics the musical notation it is named after: the ‘quaver’ or ‘eighth.’ Suitable for hospitality or residential settings, Croma is available in two metallic ombre finishes (green/black and bronze/nickel), matte black or white.
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by Tsar Carpets and Michelle Macarounas
This collaboration with Macarounas of Infinite Design Studio took inspiration from the object-mobile artworks of Alexander Calder. Hand-tufted with shiny Tencel and a fine grade New Zealand wool, changes in pile density and fibre add a luxurious textural element.
A family of sheltered working spaces with embedded secure storage. Created with Anglepoise, its iconic lamps are integrated into the design: the acoustic ceiling panels have a cut-out through which they hang, while the panels’ curved edges and stitching details match those of the lamps.
8. Float by
Michele de Lucchi for Stellar Works
The renowned Italian architect introduces a modular sofa system supported by an ‘invisible structure’ that means its cushions appear to be floating on air. Float comes in one, two three-seat options, as well as an L-shaped version, with optional wooden side tables.
9. Silhouette – indoor and Outdoor
by Jaime Hayon for nanimarquina
An illustration by Jaime Hayon adorns both indoor and outdoor versions of this rug. Each version uses a different technique: the outdoor rug is hand-tufted with 100% recycled PET fibre; the indoor rug uses embroidery on hand-loomed kilim.
10. Atrium Outdoor
by Patricia Urquiola for Kvadrat
Inspired by Urquiola’s 2013 textile Memory, this outdoor upholstery fabric, available in a range of colours, has a pattern reminiscent of scratches on wallpaper. It is water-repellant, fast-drying, resistant to chlorine, seawater and weathering, and free from fluorocarbons.