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FIKA acoustic wall tiles by AllSfär among 16 new products on Dezeen Showroom

Dezeen Showroom: a series of noise-dampening tiles made from mycelium are among 16 new products featured on Dezeen Showroom.

FIKA by AllSfär

FIKA acoustic wall tiles by AllSfär

Acoustic product design brand AllSfär worked with mushroom packaging manufacturer the Magical Mushroom Company on a series of wall panels made from UK-grown mycelium.

FIKA tiles come in a variety of colours and 3D patterns, including angular geometric shapes and curvilinear motifs.

The tiles were recently featured on Dezeen Showroom alongside a range of fabrics made from rewoven waste wool and a rereleased mid-century seating collection originally designed in the 1960s.

Read on to see more of the latest products:

The Bluff Lounge Collection by Neighbor

Bluff Lounge outdoor seating by Neighbor

Outdoor furniture brand Neighbor has launched an outdoor seating collection made from solid teak wood.

Bluff Lounge has plush seat and scatter cushions upholstered in weatherproof fabric and bolstered by thick honey-coloured timber, all selected for their resistance to the elements.

Find out more about Bluff ›

Photo of Famiglia chairs for Allermuir by Pearson Lloyd

Famiglia seating collection by Pearson Lloyd for Allermuir

London-based design studio Pearson Lloyd worked with furniture brand Allermuir to relaunch a collection of workplace and hospitality furniture that was originally released in 2016.

Famiglia includes a range of leisure and task seating that has been overhauled to increase the spectrum of finish options and improve comfort for the user.

Find out more about Famiglia ›

Stack of Revolution fabric by Camira

Revolution fabric by Camira

Textile manufacturer Camira has created a series of fabrics made from a combination of waste wool fibre and virgin wool.

Revolution comes in 10 colourways, including blues and neutrals.

Find out more about Revolution ›

L7 Scorrevole doors by Piero Lissoni for Lualdi

L7 sliding doors by Piero Lissoni for Lualdi

Architect Piero Lissoni worked with Italian brand Lualdi on a series of doors characterised by their linear composition and slim profile.

The L7 sliding doors comprise aluminium frames and glass panels, which come in a handful of distinct finishes, including plain neutral colourways and fine line-marked or mesh-clad effects.

Find out more about L7 Scorrevole ›

Forum sofa and armchair by Robin Day and Case Furniture

Forum sofa and armchair by Robin Day and Case Furniture

Case Furniture has reissued a mid-century seating collection originally designed by Robin Day in 1964, which is characterised by its exposed frame.

Forum's plush seats are enclosed by wide strips of solid walnut or oak – as opposed to the tropical hardwood veneers of the original pieces – that are supported by slim metal legs.

Find out more about Forum ›

Photo of a wooden height-adjustable desk by KODA

Croft Sit-Stand Desk by Jamie Hoyle and Katherine Mathew for Koda

Yorkshire-based furniture design company Koda has released a height-adjustable desk for home offices that is made from American Black walnut.

The Croft Sit-Stand Desk is characterised by its angular drawers and subtle touchpad mounted just below the tabletop, which allows users to adjust between sitting and standing positions with ease.

Find out more about Croft ›

Four Parthos acoustic columns by Narbutas

Parthos acoustic column by Narbutas

Office furniture brand Narbutas has created a collection of freestanding columns that have decorative, sound-absorbing and functional uses.

Parthos comes in a selection of heights and colourways, and can be fitted with charging outlets and hooks. All share the same noise-dampening PET felt outer skin, which is made from 50 per cent recycled plastic.

Find out more about Parthos ›

L7 Bi-folding doors by Piero Lissoni for Lualdi

L7 Bi-folding door system by Piero Lissoni for Lualdi

Lualdi's L7 collection continues with the addition of a bi-folding door system that features a pivoting motion facilitated by the presence of a slim ceiling rail.

The L7 Bi-folding doors share the same finish options as the rest of the doors in the range, including clear and coloured glass as well as glass with patterned overlays.

Find out more about L7 Bi-folding ›

Islablanca outdoor furniture collection by Gandia Blasco

Islablanca outdoor furniture collection by Gandia Blasco

Spanish brand Gandia Blasco has created a range of outdoor furniture that takes cues from the vernacular blockish architecture found on islands in the Mediterranean sea.

Islablanca comprises seating, a sun lounger and tables that share the same dark, thick exterior frames and pale rectilinear cushions and tabletops.

Find out more about Islablanca ›

Lives Post + Beam workspace by Okamura

Lives Post + Beam workspace by Okamura

Japanese office furniture brand Okamura has released a frame system with sliding wall panels that aims to zone open plan office spaces.

Lives Post + Beam enables areas to be closed off for privacy and opened up for collaborative work. The panels are fully customisable and can be specified with whiteboards, acoustic panels and storage solutions.

Find out more about Lives Post + Beam ›

Side view of Zeus bed frame by Wooliv

Zeus bed frame by Wooliv

Portuguese furniture brand Wooliv created a deliberately simple bed made from solid wood that is brought to life by its gently curved convex headboard.

The Zeus bed frame is made from walnut, oak and rosewood – materials chosen for their appealing natural grains and durability.

Find out more about Zeus ›

Guinea outdoor chair by CMP Design for Pedrali

Guinea outdoor chair by CMP Design for Pedrali

Italian brand Pedrali collaborated with CMP Design Studio on the design of an outdoor chair informed by tropical environments.

Guinea comprises a powder-coated aluminium frame with teak armrests, which come in various finishes suitable for a plethora of outdoor schemes.

Find out more about Guinea ›

L7 Edit door system by Piero Lissoni for Lualdi

L7 Edit door system by Piero Lissoni for Lualdi

Italian brand Lualdi and architect Piero Lissoni's L7 Edit door system is designed to enhance the existing geometric features of the spaces it is installed in.

The doors feature a striking and bold frame that divides the panes of glass, which come in a range of coloured and textural patinas.

Find out more about L7 Edit ›

Chairs in dining room with mountain view

MBRACE outdoor seating by Sebastian Herkner for Dedon

Furniture brand Dedon collaborated with German designer Sebastian Herkner on a wide range of seating united by their woven fibre seats.

MBRACE comprises 12 types of seats, including armchairs, daybeds, lounge chairs, rocking chairs and dining chairs that can be used both inside and outside.

Find out more about MBRACE ›

L7 Plus door system by Piero Lissoni for Lualdi

L7 Plus door system by Piero Lissoni for Lualdi

Lualdi expanded its range of L7 doors with L7 Plus, also designed by Piero Lissoni.

The doors have a gridded appearance that come in a selection of glass and metal finishes and can be used in both private and public environments.

Find out more about L7 Plus ›

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