The Ad All collection by Mathias Hahn for Zeitraum consists of a folding screen, step stool, wall hooks and two variations of mirror for use in residential and workplace settings.
Each piece celebrates the materiality of wood and is available in oak, oak colour stain or American walnut finishes.
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An up-to-date range of linoleum has been released by Italian flooring brand Tarkett to meet modern sustainability requirements.
The product was originally released in 1898 and is recyclable via a contemporary in-house reuse process.
Italian brand Very Simple Kitchen has launched an al fresco iteration of its modular kitchen system suitable for any size of outdoor entertainment space.
Each lightweight steel module is suitable for outdoor use with options to add additional functionality including barbecues, coverable sinks and water-resistant stainless steel or stone benchtops.
A solid wooden frame and metal legs support Bensen's upholstered armchair, whose curved perimeter and generous seat can be upholstered in leather, shearling, recycled textiles, wool, or synthetic materials.
Designed with versatility in mind, the chair is upright enough for hosting guests and deep enough to use for lounging.
Partially informed by tatami mats, Japanese architect Kengo Kuma designed a distinctive range of rugs to celebrate raw building materials and weaving techniques.
The three versions are named Kiri, Ame and Tsuchi – Japanese words for fog, rain and soil – and are each available in two different sizes.
Studio Altherr Désile Park has designed a highly customisable range of tables for Italian furniture manufacturer Arper.
The collection of versatile tables are customisable in size, shape and finish, and includes natural wood grain, painted and terrazzo finishes.
The work of artists Anna Albers and Sheila Hicks is referenced in the highly textural Quilt rug by Ellinor Eliasson for Swedish brand Kasthall.
Other design cues were taken from Japanese Boro textiles that are characterised by the process of mending fabrics with scraps of disparate material, creating a patchwork effect.
The highly patterned Secret Gardens collection consists of wall coverings in the form of wallpapers and 'decor slabs', dressing tables, mirrors and tabletop objects.
Furniture and wall treatments are available in four whimsical prints – named Blossom, Zen, Urban and Garden of Dreams – and tabletop accessories come in a contrastingly simplistic white finish.
Architecture practice Studio 8 has expanded into the furniture market with its new brand Caozitou and first piece.
Caozitou bench's form references Chinese linguistic characters and has optional add-ons including leg raisers, tabletops and upholstered cushions.
Design studio Doshi Levien has designed a sofa with a solid exterior shell and embedded deep upholstery for furniture brand Arper.
Shaal sofa comes in six modules that can be combined in linear and angular formations and is suitable for both residential and commercial settings.
Architect and founder of Buster and Punch Massimo Minale created Forked lighting to celebrate the versatility of metal as a material for product design.
Forked lighting is modular and can be combined in various unions of light, shade and globe together or combining just the light and shade or light and globe.
Ramos & Bassols have designed a workspace seating system for Spanish brand Actiu, which integrates soft seating for offices with storage, desk facilities and accessories.
Longo seating system is suited to private offices, shared workspaces and meeting rooms and comprises lightweight modules made from aluminium and allow for easy reconfiguration.
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