Top Ten


The best new products to come to market


Words by Emily Martin

1 Alder by Patricia Urquiola for Mater
The Danish green-tech brand has collaborated with Spanish architect and designer Patricia Urquiola to create the Alder collection, which debuted at Milan Design Week 2024. The collection, which can be used indoors and outdoors, is made from a new biodegradable blend of Matek, a patented material and technology by Mater that turns waste into a mouldable raw material. www.materdesign.com

2 Linea by Woven

Linea is the latest collection by the LA-based creative studio, which has curated antique and vintage rugs for over 50 years. This in-house collection has a minimalist essence, adhering to the components of line, form and space. It features a plush look and feel, fine wools and natural eucalyptus silk for premium comfort. The collection comprises three contemporary designs. www.wovenplace.com

3 Flex by Knightsbridge

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Flex’s low-profile LED lighting – from 1.5mm to 2mm – and 8mm width makes it ideal for hard-to-access, space-constrained places, while a 3M self-adhesive backing tape provides a robust and durable fixing. Both single and four-colour (red, green, blue and white) versions are available, supported by dedicated drivers, controllers and profiles that offer a quick solution to most indoor installations. www.mlaccessories.co.uk

4 Mat by Normann

Copenhagen This collection leverages renewable, durable hemp and eelgrass, a type of seaweed, as superior alternatives to traditional 3D shell chair materials. The collection aims to revolutionise conventional furniture production methods through minimising environmental impact, repurposing production waste, and facilitating end-of-life recycling. www.normann-copenhagen.com

5 Amtico Décor x National Trust by Amtico

Amtico has launched its second collection in collaboration with the National Trust, following the launch of the first in 2022. The latest edit is inspired by Kedleston Hall, a property cared for by the National Trust in Derbyshire. The six decorative flooring designs, in curated colours and patterns, are all created from Amtico’s Signature LVT collection with a 1mm wear layer. www.amtico.com

6 KI-ink by KI

Named for its distinctive kinked leg bracket, KI’s new offering forms either as a table system or as a bench and desk collection. The KI-ink Table System comes in various sizes and three shapes – circular, square and rectangular – and is designed to be used within a range of office environments including meeting rooms, breakout spaces, executive offices, receptions, or cafe areas. www.kieurope.com

7 Embrace Outdoor Series by Carl Hansen & Søn

The Embrace series was designed by EOOS, and has been part of Carl Hansen & Søn’s collection since 2015, with the range now being expanded to include the Embrace Outdoor Series. The stackable chair is almost fully upholstered and ultimately resembles a piece of indoor furniture, while the dining table has a light look as if it is floating. www.carlhansen.com

8 Dancing Queen by Annika Reed Studio

This new wallpaper collection features six colourful designs, each a testament to the rhythmic elegance and lively spirit that dance brings to life. Designed out of founder Annika Reed’s studio in rural Somerset, the collection is a harmonious ensemble where tradition, celebration, and the joy of breaking free, unite to transform interior spaces. www.annikareed.com

9 Bossa Nova by Schmidt

Image Credit: Marc Barral BaronImage Credit: Marc Barral Baron

Ideal for minimalist schemes and décors, Bossa Nova includes a variety of feature kitchen units and space-saving storage solutions. The range includes glass-fronted display units, textured black wood cabinets, and opportunities for customisation. The collection has been designed to fit into both contemporary and classic interiors, while marrying the elegance of wood with lacquered finishes www.homedesign.schmidt

10 Sunday Light by Nat Martin and Sean Hammett

Image Credit: Sean HammettImage Credit: Sean Hammett

Royal College of Art and Imperial College London graduates Nat Martin and Sean Hammett have launched their latest revolutionary light product, Sunday Light, which features new imitation sunlight technology. The new launch follows on from Martin’s first product, an augmented reality controller ring, which was sold for seven figures to a US YouTuber. www.sundaylight.cc








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