Top Ten

The best new products  to market.

Words By Emily Martin

by Amtico

This unique new luxury vinyl tile collection features 65 products across the Woods, Stones and Colour & Abstracts ranges that aim to breathe life into a floor space. The extended palettes include Scandi Oaks with softer grains in washed pale tones, to heavy, rustic timbers in dark shades, limestone shades, concrete hues and a brand-new marble palette to pick out only a few from the extensive collection.

by Occhio

Luna is the first series to feature Occhio’s own patented light source, ‘fireball’. Inside the mirrored glass sphere the fireball creates a soft, glare-free yet directed light. When the light is switched on, it resembles a bright full moon and ‘floats like a celestial body’ in the luminaire. The collection is available in wall, ceiling, table and suspended luminaires as well as different finishes, and can be gesture controlled via ‘colour tune’.

by CRL Quartz

New colours are now available including marble-effect green, grey and blue, with the collection designed to make a visual impression. With the practical benefits that quartz, as a low-maintenance and extremely durable material, has to offer – whether used for worktops, splashbacks or as a feature wall – the product makes it suitable for highimpact areas such as the kitchen, bathrooms and public spaces.

Oceana Collection
by Timorous Beasties

The Glasgow-based design studio has launched its alluring Jellyfish wallpaper as a luxurious fabric, as part of its ‘marine motifs’. The new velvet design joins the Oceana Collection, a showcase of marine magnificence that includes coral abstracts on cork wallpapers and the meticulous detail of seaweed columns, crustacea and fish on a range of statement wallpapers and fabrics, available as a panel or as a linear repeat.

by RAK Ceramics

Created as part of a second chapter with Italian designer Giuseppe Maurizio Scutellà (after 2018’s RAK-cloud), RAK-Petit is a collection of small washbasins created for architects and interior designers with small spaces in mind. With minimal shapes and small dimensions, the collection includes deep-based washbasins that can be installed alone or combined with RAK-Joy vanity units in public space.

by Vitra

This is the tenth task chair Vitra has developed with Antonio Citterio. Conceived with a strong focus on sustainability, the construction, materials, production, logistics and maintenance of ACX are designed to achieve a long service life with the smallest possible carbon footprint. The design takes on a ‘sit & work’ approach, meaning no time is wasted on adapting settings – an ideal feature for today’s hybrid work methods.

by Space Copenhagen

Showcased at LDF, these new rugs designed by Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützou’s studio, Space Copenhagen, are crafted from a blend of New Zealand wool and recycled polyester and come in three organic hues: Milk, Caramel and Stone. The collection is crafted by skilled artisans in Bikaner, India, with the undyed natural wool woven on a handloom, showcasing the artistry of the weaving process as well as the design.

Aava 02
by Arper

Salva Lopez

First designed by Antti Kotilainen in 2013, Aava 02 reimagines a classic design in sustainable materials. New post-consumer recycled polypropylene reinforced with fibreglass offers durability without sacrificing high-quality finish and colour. The full range of chairs and stools can now be finished in this new material, as well as a range of FSCcertified wood, or with upholstery in multiple styles.

HFLOR Flooring
LX Hausys

LX Hausys has launched its new website, ready for the exploration of its products ranges, including HI-MACS and the HFLOR LVT collection. The flooring solution featuring a diverse range of premium flooring, including luxury vinyl planks and tiles. The collection comes in various textures and patterns, while maintaining an exceptional performance, longevity and ease of installation.

Rocking Chair
by Carl Hansen & Son

Carl Hansen & Son, which has been manufacturing Hans J Wegner furniture for more than 70 years, has added the CH45 Rocking Chair from 1965 to its collection, as it ‘displays a careful balance of poise and elegance with a modern Nordic aesthetic’. Made for a short time, it returns to its original furniture series, which includes the CH44 Lounge Chair, the CH46 and CH47 Dining Chairs, and the CH53 Stool.

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