Dezeen Showroom launches with products from Vitra, Hem, Luceplan and Maruni

Dezeen Showroom has launched today featuring furniture and lighting products by designers including Jasper Morrison, Stephen Burks, Faye Toogood, Naoto Fukasawa and Barber Osgerby.

Dezeen Showroom is a new affordable space for brands to launch products and showcase their designers and projects to Dezeen's huge global audience.

Barber Osgerby for Vitra, Tip Ton RE made of recycled plastic
Top: Puffy Lounge Chair by Faye Toogood for Hem. Above: Tip Ton RE recycled-plastic chair by Barber & Osgerby for Vitra

For today's launch, Vitra presents Tip Ton RE, a recycled-plastic version of the brand's popular tiltable chair by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby.

The Swiss furniture brand worked with Barber and Osgerby to develop the new version of the chair, which is made from recycled household waste and is available in grey – the natural colour of the recycled material.

Puffy Lounge Chair by Faye Toogood for Hem
Hem's Puffy Lounge Chair

Swedish furniture brand Hem showcases its Puffy Lounge Chair by Faye Toogood.

The chair features plump detachable upholstery in a range of neutral shades, which is draped over a powder-coated steel frame to create a chair that aims to create "all the enveloping warmth of a familiar duvet."

Trypta lamp by Luceplan and Stephen Burks features acoustic panels
Trypta by Stephen Burks for Luceplan

Italian lighting brand Luceplan presents Trypta by Stephen Burks, which forms part of the brand's The Lights of Silence collection of acoustic lighting products.

Trypta is a system of suspension lights comprising three acoustic panels positioned at 120 degrees around a vertical aluminium tube with dimmable LEDs at each end providing both direct and ambient light.

Tako furniture collection by Naoto Fukasawa for Maruni
Tako dining chair and table by Naoto Fukasawa for Maruni

Japanese design brand Maruni showcases two collections named after marine creatures, including the Tako furniture collection designed by its longtime art director Naoto Fukasawa.

Named after the Japanese word for octopus, the collection comprises an armchair and a matching dining table with slender, curving legs that resemble tentacles.

Fugo chair and coffee table by Jasper Morrison for Maruni
Fugo chair and coffee table by Jasper Morrison for Maruni

The brand also presents its Fugo collection of chairs and coffee tables by Jasper Morrison, which is named after the Japanese word for a species of pufferfish.

The five products launched on Dezeen Showroom today will be joined by a host of furniture, lighting, finishes and flooring over the coming weeks.

Upcoming brands include &tradition, Andreu World, James Burleigh, Geberit, Moebe, Voltra Lighting, Clayworks and Object Carpet.

About Dezeen Showroom

Dezeen Showroom offers an affordable space for brands to launch new products and showcase their designers and projects to Dezeen's huge global audience.

As well as benefiting from exposure to Dezeen's three million monthly website visitors, products featured on Dezeen Showroom will be included in our Daily newsletter sent to 170,000 subscribers and benefit from Dezeen's incredible SEO.

Dezeen has the highest SEO ranking of any design website with a domain authority of 87, according to SEO analytics service Moz, meaning products listed on Dezeen Showroom are more likely to be found by searchers, while links from Dezeen Showroom to your site will be more valuable than from any other design site.

Posts will remain on the Showroom section indefinitely and will not incur renewal fees once the initial payment has been made for the listing.

For more details email showroom@dezeen.com.