James Burleigh, &tradition, Voltra and Clayworks showcase products on Dezeen Showroom
James Burleigh, &tradition, Voltra and Clayworks are the latest brands to showcase products on Dezeen Showroom, which launched earlier this week.
Dezeen Showroom is an affordable space for brands to launch products and showcase their designers and projects to Dezeen's huge global audience.
The platform launched on Monday with seating and lighting products by renowned brands including Vitra, Hem, Maruni and Luceplan.
A host of new products have now been added by brands including &tradition, which presents its Rely chair, made from 100-per-cent recycled polypropylene.
The Danish furniture brand worked with Hee Welling to design the piece, which makes use of black panels taken from the interiors of scrapped cars for the black version of the chair.
Post-industrial waste has been combined with various pigments to create other colours, including light blue, stone-grey, red-brown and beige. The chair can also be specified with a range of upholstered finishes.
British furniture maker James Burleigh showcases its Jenson Room Divider and Hopper credenza.
The Jenson Room Divider, which comprises a credenza topped with open shelves, has been designed to split up home or office spaces. Designed as an alternative to solid walls and partitions, it provides storage space and a place to display plants, books or ornaments.
The brand also presents the Hopper credenza, a customisable sideboard that can be made to order in over 100 different shades and colours.
The credenza features a series of adjustable shelves that can be rearranged to accommodate varying-sized objects.
Voltra presents two lamps designed by London lighting designer Arnold Chan. Reeded is a cordless lamp that has been designed to imitate the flicker and glow of a candle.
The lamp comes in varying metal finishes for the base, including Antique Bronze, Natural Brass, Polished Chrome or Satin Nickel.
Alabaster is another cordless lamp by Chan, which illuminates translucent stone from within its metal base.
The lamps comprise smooth marble-stone cylinders, which reveal unique veins and formations that run through the marble when lit up.
UK brand Clayworks showcases three collections of clay plaster, which have all been made from entirely natural materials sourced from Cornwall.
The Rammed Earth range has been designed for use on internal walls and resembles the finish you would get from using the rammed earth construction technique to build a wall.
The Smooth Finishes range is intended for use on internal walls and ceilings. The seamless plasters can be coloured with natural pigments to fit into a wide range of spaces.
The Clay Plasters Rustic range features a rugged surface finish that has been designed to resemble the appearance of concrete, stone and earth.
The products launched on Dezeen Showroom this week will be joined by a host of other furniture, lighting, finishes and flooring over the coming weeks.
Upcoming brands include Andreu World, Geberit, Eero Aarnio, Ross Gardam, ON&ON and Muuto.
About Dezeen Showroom
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