Spanish brand Kriskadecor worked with design company EstudiHac to create a space divider that consists of a frame with rows of chains hung from it in a linear arrangement.
The divider can be specified in both straight and curved shapes, which are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
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The Bilbao chair has a biomorphic form made from carved foam and comes in a range of finishes and colours.
Les Couleurs Le Corbusier can be used in conjunction with both windows and doors. They are made from aluminium and are available in 63 different hues.
Lighting and product designer Marc de Groot created a collection of lamp shades that have a faceted appearance with gaps reminiscent of celestial constellations.
StarDust is made from metal and comes in a selection of colours and sizes, all sharing an angular yet spherical profile reminiscent of origami.
Czech brand Mmcité worked with designers David Karásek and Michael Tomalik on a series of planters made from 3D-printed concrete.
Typo pots have undulating, tapered walls achieved through their innovative production process, and can be fitted with irrigation systems for dry environments.
Leet Design has created a duo of work pods with arched profiles that contain a plethora of high-tech functionalities on top of standard noise reduction.
Arche comes in two-person and single-seater versions, which are both made from recycled steel and can be finished in a range of colours.
American electronics brand Charcoal has created a versatile and intuitive desk that reminds users to take breaks.
Adjustable between both sitting and standing heights, the Charcoal desk features a small button that illuminates when it calculates that the user has been working for too long, which intends to boost productivity.
Spanish outdoor furniture brand Diabla has created a piece of inflatable furniture than doubles as both a leilo mattress and a daybed.
Cacao is named after its segmented appearance that is reminiscent of a chocolate bar. The design comes in standard white alongside a range of coloured base options.
The Sfera bowls have a tilted silhouette and are suitable for a myriad of uses, from food presentation to holding keys and office supplies.
Italian bathroom and kitchen brand Gessi has created a series of taps that have a spout made from bent bamboo.
Taps in the Jacqueline range share a characteristic faucet, which can be be specified in a handful of wood treatments, flanked by mounting sections and valve handles available in various leather and metallic finishes.
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