The collection comprises semi-polished or structured tiles with a tone-on-tone cloud effect to echo staggering cliffs and rocky inlets.
Fjord was featured on Dezeen Showroom this week, alongside products including a chair made from used coffee grounds and a modular bookshelf-cum-room divider.
Read on to see the rest of this week's new products:
Fiandre Architectural Surfaces is also behind Solida, a series of neutral-coloured tiles for residential, commercial and public settings.
The tiles are available in six different colours ranging from warm brown to cool grey, including variations that resemble the texture of nuts and seeds.
The panels, which are based on a variation of the golden ratio, feature a distinctive pattern made up of five unequal segments separated by five ribs to create a sense of "harmonious composition."
The backrest is designed to enhance comfort for long periods of time and is upholstered in a mesh textile, which offers further comfort as it contours to the back and provides constant airflow to avoid overheating.
The chairs are composed of a single wooden shell made from oak veneer and metal tubing. These come in six different wood stains and five colours for the metal frames, as well as various upholstery options.
Also presented at French furniture fair Maison&Objet is Bay Sofa, created by Spanish designer Omayra Maymó for interiors brand Broste Copenhagen.
The sofa is distinguished by its relaxed and fluid silhouette with ample seating space and its base, which extends out from below the seat. This extension of the base serves as a convenient place to keep trays, books or lamps.
The shelf, which doubles as a bookcase or room divider, takes the form of geometrically shaped modules that can be combined into various arrangements to adapt to a wide range of interior settings.
Designer Dániel Máto created Leaf Lamp for Budapest Select by Hungarian Fashion & Design Agency, which is available through Maison&Objet.
The pendant light, which is based on the shape of palm leaves, has an intricate outer shade made from glossy anodised aluminium tubes held together via a 3D-printed holder.
As its name suggests, Albert Kuip Coffee is a chair created by Dutch furniture brand Zuiver with a seat made from used coffee grounds, which is available through Maison&Objet.
The chair's brown textured shell seat is composed of 42.5 per cent coffee waste, with the remainder made from polypropylene, and its legs are made from rejected, imperfect wood.
The ovens, which are available in black or stainless steel, feature a self-cleaning technology that breaks down residue at high temperatures to aid cleanliness and to help prep for the next meal.
The carpet features a distinct pattern using yellow, khaki green, mint green and red in a grid-like formation. Each square is shaded in varying muted hues to add a 3D effect.
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