Furniture including chairs, sofas, room dividers and shelving have been added to Dezeen Showroom, which is an affordable space for brands to launch products and showcase their designers and projects to Dezeen's huge global audience.
Read on to see the latest products.
The workbench has been designed to foster collaboration and can be electronically height-adjusted for both sitting and standing. An optional sound-absorbing screen can be inserted to detract from the bustle of an open-plan office.
The office furniture company also presents Monforte, an undulating room divider designed by Italian architect and designer Raffaella Mangiarotti.
The freestanding wall, which can be reconfigured into different shapes, is made up of a series of tubes wrapped in sound-absorbing fabrics by Kvadrat.
The frame of the chair, which is available in solid ash or Canaletto walnut, has been made using joinery techniques that emphasise the wood's natural grain.
Flexform also presents the Gregory sofa designed by Citterio, which is made up of modular units that can be arranged to fit different spaces.
The leather straps, which peek out from under the upholstery, are available in chocolate brown, black or tobacco. The metal finishes come in different variations, including shiny chrome and smoky grey.
British furniture brand ON&ON presents its freestanding shelving system, which is made from recycled aluminium or off-cuts from its production processes.
The side tables, which can be used as a bedside table or a desk pedestal, are made from powder-coated aluminium that can be customised with bespoke colour finishes. The doors are available in oak, walnut or douglas fir.
The adjustable storage solution has been designed to be mounted to walls in both domestic and public spaces.
Made from worsted wool fabric, Sumi has been woven from fine marl yarns which creates a graduated colour. Kyoto features a pattern of broken checks that have been printed on the yarn to create texture.
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 Dezeen 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.
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