The chair, which has an optional side table that can be attached to either side of it, is made to order and comes in an array of leathers and fabrics to suit offices, public spaces or residential environments.
LXR18 was featured on Dezeen Showroom this week alongside products including a height-adjustable foldaway desk designed for both sitting and standing positions and ceramic tiles that emulate some of the most coveted varieties of stone.
Read on to see the rest of this week's new products:
LX662 is a high-backed lounge chair intended for lobbies and lounges, created by Dutch industrial designer Frans Schrofer for Leolux LX.
The chair, which was designed to maximise comfort and privacy for its sitter, is composed of a curved back with exaggerated winged sides and a slim metal base that comes in a four or five-prong option.
LX03 is a highly customisable swivel chair that can be adapted to suit any interior space, which was created by Amsterdam designer Thijs Smeets for Leolux LX.
The chair can be tailored with a wide range of colourful upholstery and can be finished in a choice of aluminium or oak. Users can select from two different sizes for the height of the backrest and the chair comes with an optional footstool.
The chair features a contoured shell seat with curved armrests and a choice of a trapezoidal steel base, a swivel base or solid oak legs.
The chair is composed of a wraparound plywood shell that can be customised in mismatched leather and fabric upholstery, with a base that can be finished in polished aluminium or powder-coated colour.
The collection, which is designed with a "make once, make well" approach is distinguished by the chair's cocooning backrest and plush cushion seats.
The chair, which was originally conceived for young people to unwind after a day of using uncomfortable office furniture, has a soft seat and backrest made from recycled polyurethane foam.
Porcelain maker Ginori 1735 teamed up with Cassina to create the Le Monde de Charlotte Perriand tableware collection, which is informed by the photography of French architect Charlotte Perriand.
The tableware comprises service plates, dinner plates, bowls and dessert plates all marked with abstracted motifs, including a fishbone and the circular bands of a tree trunk.
The collection comes in a neutral-toned palette that makes it suited to any residential or retail environment. These range from warmer hues such as Umber Brown and Midnight Black to cooler tones such as a Chalk white and Pearl grey.
Marble Lab is a collection of ceramic tiles that echo some of the most desired varieties of stone, created by Fiandre Architectural Surfaces.
The collection includes 12 colours and is available in traditional or larger format sizes. The tiles come with a choice of polished or semi-polished finishes, along with a matt anti-slip finish.
The table can be folded and stored away when not being used. Each desk is patented with Mara's "no-gravity" system, which means that the table can be adjusted without the need for electricity, batteries or pumps.
The panels, which are available in an assortment of 28 colours, patterns and shapes, are suspended from the ceiling and made from a sound-absorbing material made from recycled PET bottles.
TwoWay is a desk organiser designed to be easily transported and stored away, created by Impact Acoustic.
The organiser, which is made of sound-absorbing felt, can hold laptops, cables, pens, notebooks and other office essentials.
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