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Sunne lamp by Sunne among nine new products on Dezeen Showroom

Dezeen Showroom: a lamp that is both powered by the sun and designed to mimic it when illuminated is among nine new products featured on Dezeen Showroom.

Glowing orange lamp hung in window

Sunne lamp by Sunne

Dutch lighting brand Sunne and designer Marjan van Aubel have created Sunne, a lamp that is designed to collect sunlight throughout the day and glow at night with no additional power source.

Sunne uses a wide panel of photovoltaic cells to display three modes – Sunne Rise, Sunne Light and Sunne Set – which can be switched between using a smartphone app.

Sunne was recently featured on Dezeen Showroom, alongside an oak table designed to create an atmosphere for conversation and a collection of lime green glassware that takes cues from the Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi.

Read on to see more of the latest products:

Foro oak table by Viccarbe in a dining area

Foro table by John Pawson for Viccarbe

Spanish furniture brand Viccarbe  collaborated with British designer John Pawson on the Foro table, which encourages people to come together for conversation, feasting and idea exchange, similar to that fostered in Roman forums.

The table comes with either a square or rectangular tabletop with wide legs angled at 45 degrees from each corner and has a concealed wiring channel in one leg to allow devices to charge from outlets under a hatch in the centre.

Find out more about Foro ›

Splitty Pro Gen 2 lamps by Koncept

Lighting company Koncept has built upon its original Splitty lamp design, retaining the original lamp's convex, water droplet-shaped head.

Splitty Pro Gen 2 has additional functionality including a USB-C charging port, tunable colour from cool to warm white and occupancy sensor that turns the light off after 15 minutes of inactivity, which helps save energy.

Find out more about Splitty Pro Gen 2 ›

Slowly Rising glassware collection by Tickle Quo

Slowly Rising glassware collection by Tongqi Lu for Tickle Quo

Chinese homeware company Tickle Quo has released Slowly Rising, a range of blown glass kitchenware items designed by founder Tongqi Lu.

The tumblers, wine glasses, coffee cups and vase have dimpled surfaces that celebrate the ancient Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi, a concept that celebrates imperfections.

Find out more about Slowly Rising ›

Yellow Archisonic wall panels by Impact Acoustic used as room dividers in an office

Archisonic by Impact Acoustics

Swiss brand Impact Acoustic has added four new colourways to its sound-absorbing Archisonic collection, which is made from recycled plastic bottles.

Warm neutral tones Linen, Jute and Honeycomb are joined by calming blue Deep Sea, bringing the total number of colour options to 32.

Find out more about Archisonic ›

Terra seating by Sebastian Alberdi for Missana

Terra seating collection by Sebastian Alberdi for Missana

Spanish furniture brand Missana released the Terra seating collection designed by Sebastian Alberdi, which references the profile of rolling hills.

The collection comprises two- and three-seater sofas, a chair, an armchair and a bar stool, which all feature slim iron legs and can be upholstered in a range of fabrics.

Find out more about Terra ›

Photograph showing continuous seating system on grey backdrop

Autobahn seating by Alexander Lotersztain for Derlot

Designer Alexander Lotersztain created the Autobahn seating system for Australian brand Derlot, which is informed by German highways.

The modular system of curved and straight benches and add-on table segments combine to form a continuous track reminiscent of a road and is suitable for use in a range of workplace and hospitality environments.

Find out more about Autobahn ›

Amtico Bio luxury vinyl tile flooring

Amtico Bio by Amtico

British flooring company Amtico used a renewable byproduct of paper pulp in its Amtico Bio bio-attributed luxury vinyl tile flooring.

Amtico Bio can be applied to a selection of the brand's existing products, including its Signature, Spacia and Form ranges.

Find out more about Amtico Bio ›

Pinto beanbag chair by Alexander Lotersztain for Derlot

Pinto beanbag by Derlot

Australian brand Derlot's company founder Alexander Lotersztain has reimagined a typical beanbag with his design of the Pinto chair.

Lotersztain aimed to retain the comfort of the classic beanbag archetype while giving it a new sophisticated edge and has a black vinyl base containing 400 litres of beanbag filling that be upholstered in fabric or leather.

Find out more about Pinto ›

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