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OTO chair by Alessandro Stabile and Martinelli Venezia for One to One

Eight furniture pieces, lights and accessories launched during Milan design week

Dezeen Showroom: a sound-dampening work booth and a flat-pack chair made from recycled plastic are among the designs on Dezeen Showroom that were on show during Milan design week.

Eight leading brands showcased their new products during Milan design week last week, which included a striking, angular pendant light made from modular pyramidal segments and a collection of outdoor furniture made from aluminium and teak wood.

Milan design week took place from 17 to 23 April 2023 and included shows, installations and events in hundreds of venues across the city's design districts. For a list of events that took place, visit Dezeen's dedicated guide.

Here's a selection of the latest products on Dezeen Showroom that were presented during Milan design week.

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BOB Solo by Thomas Bernstrand and Stefan Borselius for Blå Station

Swedish furniture brand Blå Station has released a self-contained work booth created in collaboration with designers Stefan Borselius and Thomas Bernstrand.

BOB Solo is characterised by its two padded enclosing panels that have sound-dampening properties as well as additional functionality, including an in-built power bank and reading light.

Find out more about BOB Solo ›

OTO chair by Alessandro Stabile and Martinelli Venezia for One to One

OTO chair by Alessandro Stabile and Martinelli Venezia for One to One

Italian furniture brand One to One has released a chair created by Alessandro Stabile and Martinelli Venezia that is made from recycled plastic.

OTO is created from a single mould and is transported in a flatpack format. It comes in six vibrant colours including onyx, fog, mustard, eucalyptus, coral and forest.

Find out more about OTO ›

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Tri Light by Tokio

Design brand Tokio has released a modular, segmented statement light that takes cues from the way light shines through Japanese shoji partitions.

Tri Light consists of segments made from milled and anodised aluminium that can be programmed to emit different temperatures of light to create subtle patterns.

Find out more about Tri Light ›

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Tulum outdoor collection by Eugeni Quitllet for Vondom

Outdoor furniture company Vondom teamed up with Catalan designer Eugeni Quitllet on a range of pieces that are united by their use of teak wood and aluminium.

Tulum consists of seating and tables for lounge and dining areas, and are resistant to even the harshest of weather conditions, according to the brand.

Find out more about Tulum ›

Argyle pendant lights by Rakumba over a dark wood table in a dining room

Argyle lighting collection by Nichetto Studio for Rakumba

Australian lighting brand Rakumba has released a light designed by Nichetto Studio that refers to both the shape of diamonds and the geometric patterns visible in Argyle textiles.

Argyle comes in floor, pendant and table lamp formats, all available in both clear and coloured glass finishes, which include yellow, pink, grey and green.

Find out more about Argyle ›

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3D Wall Plaster by Atlas Concorde

London-based ceramics brand Atlas Concorde has released a collection of surface coverings that take cues from ancient decorative processes.

Five textural finishes make up the 3D Wall Plaster range – Origami, Bloom, Jasmine, Combed and Barcode – all sharing the same white shade that allows the 3D textures to stand out.

Find out more about 3D Wall Plaster ›

Crystal Grid chandelier by Preciosa Lighting

Crystal Grid pendant light by Preciosa Lighting

Czech design company Preciosa Lighting has created a striking statement pendant light that takes the form of a three-dimensional grid made up of tubes of light.

Crystal Grid consists of glass tubes with bubble-like inclusions that are joined together by multi-way connection blocks. Its modular nature allows it to be altered to suit spaces of varying sizes.

Find out more about Crystal Grid ›

Daydream by Dedon

Daydream daybed by Richard Frinier for Dedon

American designer Richard Frinier has released a daybed in collaboration German outdoor furniture brand Dedon that references folk tales of the Middle East.

Daydream is crowned with a fabric awning that is slung between sets of uprights, and is large enough to accommodate multiple people lounging at one time.

Find out more about Daydream ›

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