Top Ten

The best new products to market

Words By Emily Martin

1 Dune by Duffy London

Pushing the boundaries of what’s possible, Duff y London presents its newest sculptural furniture piece the Dune coffee table, 3D printed using black quartz sand. The form draws inspiration from the wave-like patterns of sweeping sand dunes, which features a rough, yet premium feel black or natural sand finish, paired with a thick glass tabletop.

2 Path by Humanscale


This task chair is composed of nearly ten kilograms of recycled materials, including reclaimed fishing nets and plastic bottles. Designed by Todd Bracher and the Humanscale Design Studio, Path is the third in a series of ‘Ocean’ chairs and the latest in Humanscale’s commitment to making a net-positive impact on the Earth. It features a simple rounded silhouette coupled with a warm colour palette.

3 Jetson by Mute

This new product combines innovative technology solutions and high-end components, with no-tool assembly and an attractive price. Mute’s new acoustic pod comes in two sizes, both developed to support key office functions. Jetson’s features include an extra-durable and super-light aluminum structure, an innovative quick assembly system, and add-ons that allow pod personalisation.

4 Lagoon by Or.nami

A refined homage to a marine universe, Lagoon represents Or.nami’s new wallpaper range. Launched in the autumn, the collection features stylised flora with a collection of designs, capturing the enchanting appeal of nature and the power of colour. It is the first project for the company in which the artistic direction has been led by Anna Zaccaria, who has worked with the brand for many years.

5 Holocene by Wästberg

The Swedish lighting brand has added three designs to its Holocene collection, a series of fire-based lights created in collaboration with some of the world’s most celebrated designers. The light sources eschew electricity to focus on fire. The new collection of lights includes second designs by Ilse Crawford and David Chipperfield as well as a debut piece by glass and ceramics artist Ingegerd Råman.

6 Radiators by Antrax IT

This contemporary collection of radiators off ers both a minimalist and feature look for diff erent environments. The collect includes the Rang (by Rodolfo Dordoni), the TT (conceived by Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez), Android (created by Daniel Libeskind), and Tavola e Tavoletta and Flat. The company has developed versatile collections that can be customised in over 200 colours.

7 Arcus by LD Seating

Introduced at Orgatec, this swivel chair is designed by Austrian Martin Ballendat. ‘It’s distinct arc (“arcus”) became its essential feature in the very first sketch and it was to merge into the organically designed netting frame,’ Ballendat explained. The connection of both arcs – in the rear as well as side view – forms a harmonised shape of the chair, as well as being comfortable to use.

8 AERO313 luminaire by FUTURE Designs and BDG architecture + design

This product is an enormous light fixture, reminiscent of a 1955 Ford Thunderbird steering wheel. The luminaire, measuring 2,235mm in diameter, had to incorporate a number of practical requirements such as sprinklers and smoke detectors. Its laser-cut sections fit to form a seamless LED circle, wrapped in a stretch ceiling acoustic shroud. ;

9 Delivering Nature by Granorte

Delivering Nature is Granorte’s collection of high-design and highspecification wall and floor products. Using cork as the primary aesthetic detail, Delivering Nature sees the company innovate and find new ways to embrace cork in interiors. The collections are suitable for retailers, independent and commercial designers, and architects looking to explore Granorte’s unique range of cork products.

10 Pagoda by BassamFellows for Stellar Works

In a special collaboration with American design studio BassamFellows, Stellar Works’ unveiled Pagoda, a collection of chairs inspired by the simplicity of the café chairs of mid-19th century Vienna and the café culture of 1920s Shanghai. The structure of Pagoda’s compact design has been reduced to its essence that is easy to ship and assemble, consisting of only six components.

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