A photograph of Jazz dining chairs around a blue table in a naturally lit room

Jazz dining chair by Loehr among new products on Dezeen Showroom

Loehr's playful interpretation of a dining chair, distinguishable by its 45 degree rotated frame and forward pointing leg, is among 13 new products featured on Dezeen Showroom this week.

A photograph of the Jazz dining chair with slanted front leg

Jazz dining chair by David and Julian Loehr for Loehr

Jazz is a dining chair designed by David and Julian Loehr that adopts a jaunty silhouette and bright colour palette.

The chair is available in two versions. The standard version has two slanted front legs and the other has an extended backrest to make armrests and a rotated frame, meaning it has one front leg.

Jazz was featured on Dezeen Showroom this week alongside products including a lighting installation made of glass elements that bear the impression of real foliage and a dining table made of wood reclaimed from nineteenth-century buildings.

Read on to see the rest of this week's new products:

A photograph of the AMAi modular table outside a brick building

AMAi modular table by Dirk Wynants for Extremis

AMAi is a modular table with a long tabletop that users can adjust to sitting or standing positions, created by Flemish designer Dirk Wynants for Extremis.

The table can be infinitely extended through the addition of extra A-frames for larger parties and is suitable for both indoors and outdoors.

Find out more about AMAi ›

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Herbarium lighting installation by Maria Culenova for Lasvit

The Herbarium lighting installation, designed by Maria Culenova for Lasvit, is made of droplet-shaped glass elements that each bear the imprint of real foliage.

Each lighting installation is unique and designed to "capture the wilderness, so anyone can take home a piece of the Bohemian meadow frozen in glass," said the brand.

Find out more about Herbarium ›

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Feve Desk by Ferm Living presented at Maison & Objet

Feve Desk is a walnut desk that has a curved organic form that was created by Ferm Living and presented at French furniture and design fair Maison & Objet.

The desk's name comes from the French word fève, which means bean, and is a reference to the curved shape of the desktop.

Find out more about Feve Desk ›

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Tangens office furniture by Sára Kele presented at Maison & Objet

Tangens is an office furniture collection designed to be adaptable to any workplace, created by Hungarian designer Sára Kele and also presented at Maison & Objet.

The collection features a colour palette that aims to aid the user's concentration and textiles made from recycled plastic bottles.

Find out more about Tangens ›

A photograph of the Bocuse dining table set with tableware and fruit

Bocuse dining table by Oakâme presented at Maison & Objet

The Bocuse dining table, designed by Hugo Gaveau for French furniture company Oakâme, uses reclaimed wood from nineteenth and twentieth-century buildings in eastern Europe.

Each Bocuse dining table features a registration plate that users can use to trace what provenance the table's oak beams came from.

Find out more about Bocuse ›

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Limestone porcelain tiles by Roca

Limestone is a series of porcelain tiles released by Roca that have been digitally printed to replicate the texture and luminous appearance of raw limestone.

The tiles are durable and come in multiple formats suited for floorings and wall coverings. The 31 x 61-centimetre format option comes with an anti-slip finish.

Find out more about Limestone ›

A photograph of the Macis desk in wood, set against a blue wall with a chair in front

Macis desk by Lapo Ciatti for Opinion Ciatti

Macis is a versatile desk designed by Lapo Ciatti for Opinion Ciatti, which can be used as a table or a desk. It has a minimal design with a steel structure and slim tabletop.

The Macis features extendable sides and an aluminium roller that makes it easy for users to move around.

Find out more about Macis ›

A photograph taken from above of a green velvet Cloverleaf sofa on a white tiled floor, showing its curved form

Cloverleaf sofa by Verner Panton for Verpan

Cloverleaf is a sculptural sofa designed by Verner Panton in 1969, which has a shape that references the curvaceous form of a clover leaf.

The sofa is now available in versions for both indoors and outdoors made by Verpan. It comes as modules that users can add or remove depending on their desired design.

Find out more about Cloverleaf ›

A photograph of the Nova Wood Multipurpose table in an office environment

Nova Wood Multipurpose table by Narbutas

The Nova Wood Multipurpose is a table created by Narbutas that is designed for informal and collaborative meetings in the workplace.

It can be customised with features including power outlets and attachments for display screens, writing boards, shelves, hooks and plant pots.

Find out more about Nova Wood Multipurpose ›

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Armchair 02 by Babel Brune presented at Maison & Objet

Armchair 02 is a chair with a watercolour-like pattern available in two models, designed by Babel Brune. When the two models are displayed together, the two patterns combine to form one canvas.

The chairs are made of velvet suede and the pattern, which was developed in-house, is exclusive to Babel Brune.

Find out more about Armchair 02 ›

A photograph of the Kana Pro Bamboo Standing Desk in a home environment

Kana Pro Bamboo Standing Desk by FlexiSpot

Kana Pro Bamboo Standing Desk is an ergonomic desk created by FlexiSpot with a bamboo desktop that users can adjust to their preferred height.

It has a dual-motor lifting system that makes the height easy for users to adjust and also has an inbuilt cable tray that hides cables, ensuring user's workstations are organised and clear from clutter.

Find out more about Kana Pro Bamboo Standing Desk ›

A photograph of two Bunny chairs in pink and grey in an office environment

Bunny lounge chair by Sedes Regia presented at Maison & Objet

Bunny is a lounge chair that is intended to be a playful addition to offices, designed by Lithuanian studio Inblum Architects for furniture manufacturer Sedes Regia.

The chair has a minimalist, bunny-like silhouette with a backrest made up of two "bunny ear" segments. The segments have varying heights which enables them to be used as an armrest when sitting sideways.

Find out more about Bunny ›

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