Dezeen Showroom: a modular sofa that references the design of 1970s seating is among eight new products featured on Dezeen Showroom this week.
Created by Canadian design company Part & Whole, the sofa consists of a corner module, flat back module and backless ottoman that users can combine and arrange in a multitude of ways.
Chord sofa was featured on Dezeen Showroom this week, alongside products including a comfortable chaise longue made from laminated wood and a sculptural coffee table with an inverted cone tabletop.
Read on to see the rest of this week's new products:
Designed as a playful take on geometry and gravity, the lamp is suitable for home and work settings and also doubles as a bookend.
Presented at Stockholm Design Week 2022, 4PM is made from laminated wood and has a raised footrest that doubles as a seat or side table.
As homage to the work of Italian designer Enzo Mari, Massproductions has also released a self-build version of 4PM which includes instructions to create the chaise longue from materials found at any hardware store.
The coffee table was designed to have a sculptural appearance and is part of Monogram's upcoming Escales collection, which reinterprets characteristics of 19th-century furniture into contemporary pieces.
The pendants can be hung singularly or clustered together with a fitting available in a range of shapes, including a straight line, circle, rectangle, triangle or square.
The sofa consists of an elliptic walnut wood base with cushioned seats and backrests upholstered in colourful patterns.
The table was awarded furniture of the year in RUM Magazine's Swedish Design Awards 2022, with judges commending the design for its balance of straight and curved elements.
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