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German outdoor furniture brand Dedon collaborated with American designer Richard Frinier on a daybed informed by Middle Eastern folklore.
Daydream has Viennese-cane-woven base and sides, and a billowing canopy.
Spanish brand Argenta Cerámica has released a collection of tiles for use on walls and floors that have an earthy, granular finish.
Geneve tiles come in five neutral colours called albar, taupe, pearl, grey and dark that share a textural finish that references the ancient building technique of compacting soil as a building material.
Shangai-based studio Tongqi Lu Design has released a mood light that evokes the image of a piece of citrus fruit sat on a reflective metal plate.
The Citron lamp is made using a wax cast, giving it a characteristically dimpled surface that resembles lemon peel.
Impact Acoustic's head of computational design Dino Rossi created a system of modular ceiling-mounted acoustic panels that are installed with the help of artificial intelligence.
Plateau panels are positioned by a computer programme to maximise spatial coverage and come in a range of shapes, sizes and colours.
Australian furnishing company Ross Gardam has released a hanging pendant lamp consisting of a series of glass lamps mounted on a circular chassis.
The lights that punctuate the Ceto Circlet have a dappled surface reminiscent of the ripples on the surface of water.
Material design company 3form has released a collection of semi-transparent surfaces with shimmering metallic inclusions.
Flare intends to encapsulate "the inherent beauty of shimmering light", according to the brand and comes in range of finishes and hues.
Grohe's Atrio Private Collection contains a tap with an elongated stem designed to sit beside bath tubs.
The floor-mounted mixer has two valves – one for hot and one for cold water – a curved spout and a shower wand, and can be specified in a selection of metallic finishes.
Designer Boris Berlin worked with Danish brand Ca'lyah to release a pair of wooden stools that have built-in capacity for future upholstery.
Tranquebar stools are available in two heights, including a taller version for use at bars and a shorter version that both have an indented ring to hold pads of upholstery if required, allowing the piece to adapt to changing trends and facilitate a longer lifespan.
The Atrio Private Collection by Grohe also contains shower fixtures, including expansive rainforest shower heads and slimline shower wands.
Grohe Spa's showers – like the rest of the collection – come in a selection of metallic patinas to create bespoke colour schemes for bathrooms.
Italian brand Urbantime has created a colourful and playful outdoor table-and-stool set designed in collaboration with Basaglia + Rota Nodari.
.015 Octopus comprises a central table flanked by four stools characterised by rhythmically placed supporting bars topped by smooth flat surfaces that can be used as either tabletops or seats.
Alongside their range of high-end shower heads, Grohe has released a wall-mounted shower mixer that has a streamlined design.
The thermostatic shower mixer in the brand's Atrio Private Collection has two textural dials that come with the option to inlay circular stone slices that are mounted on a round baseplate.
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