Technicolour is a family of vibrant textiles created by graphic designer Peter Saville for Danish brand Kvadrat, which Saville described as bringing "the industry of the land, in raw form, into the living environment."
The collection, which the designer likened to "rural graffiti", features handwoven and robot-tufted rugs with spots of colour, iridescent curtains and an upholstery textile made from the wool of British sheep.
Technicolour was featured on Dezeen Showroom this week, alongside products including carbon-neutral plant-based flooring and a table lamp that uses magnets to replicate the flicker of a candle flame.
Read on to see the rest of this week's new products:
The lamp is composed of a disc-shaped LED light that can be rotated 360 degrees encased within a rectangular frame that also acts as a handle.
The collection, which is characterised by gently undulating silhouettes, is informed by the delicate shape of the petals from the night-blooming flower of the same name.
Named after the Greek general who founded the library of Alexandria, the shelf is made from stainless steel and can be finished with lacquer in a choice of black, white or Corten effect.
The Art of Jacquard is a collection of fabrics created by Italian textile manufacturer Dedar, which is composed of ultra-thin yarns woven directly into the textile instead of being embroidered or printed onto the material.
The collections feature rich patterns including paradisiacal depictions of tropical birds and nature-inspired motifs, as well as bold graphic patterns and abstract floral landscapes.
Dedar also released a series of new textile wall coverings informed by grand tapestries found in castles, designed to enliven a room and create a cosy atmosphere.
The collection comprises four patterns, including wall hangings with illustrations that are screen-printed onto pure linen as well as classic weaves designed to showcase the subtlety and tactility of jute and linen.
The lamp is composed of two magnets that cause constant oscillations to create a flickering effect, similar to the flame of a candle in a chamberstick.
The chairs are now available in a refreshed palette of neutral shades ranging from dusky grey velvets to off-white fabric. The legs of the chair are available in a choice of either black or brass colours.
The table, which has a life expectancy of over 100 years, has been reimagined in responsibly sourced ash or oak wood finished with a natural wood oil mix, which gives it a silky-touch finish.
The desk is mobile, can be adjusted to suit both sitting and standing positions and can be folded away when not in use to save space. The table has a dry-erase worktop, which allows it to be used as a whiteboard when folded upward.
The material is hygenic, durable, resistant to abrasions and doesn't fade in sunlight, offering architects and designers a long-lasting option for surfaces.
Marmoleum Linear is a plant-based linoleum flooring composed of linseed oil, waste wood flour and jute, created by Forbo Flooring Systems. The flooring creates the impression of wood through the repetition of irregular stripes in grey and neutral tones.
According to the brand, the production of Marmoleum Linear is carbon neutral and does not need to be offset since the plants sequester CO2 from the atmosphere throughout their lifetime.
The tiles, which are intended for use on walls, are made with 55 per cent white-body ceramics, making them long-lasting and durable.
The tiles, which are suitable for use both indoors and outdoors for walls and floors, are distinguished by their industrial aesthetic and textured matt finish.
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