Australian designer Ross Gardam took cues from the appearance of chess pieces for the brand's new range of stools, which are made from a choice of solid walnut, white oak or blackened oak.
Rook stools have interesting sculptural details, including a foot rest wedged between two solid timber uprights and repeating circular motifs in the seat and base.
The stools were recently featured on Dezeen Showroom alongside a range of tiles with subtle patterning reminiscent of natural stone.
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Greek sandal brand Ancient Greek Sandals has created a range of homeware made from leather and glass informed by traditional baskets and vessels for carrying and storing wine, water or oil.
AGS Home leather homeware comprises baskets and glass vessels that can serve a myriad of uses, including storing blankets and books as well as acting as standalone pieces of decor.
Asplund Collection worked with Stockholm-based designer Daniel Lavonius Jarefeldt on a table that includes a wooden base with a range of tabletops made from different materials.
The Iris coffee table's base cradles the top, which can be specified in a range of materials, including stone or lacquered metal. Users can choose between three different size formats.
The seats of Ginger chairs can be used in conjunction with either wooden or metal bases, aiming to give the impression that the seat is spilling out of the frame.
The Plier chair comes in a spectrum of neutral and bright colours that share a lightweight aluminium frame.
The Walsh Street sofa was designed by Australian architect Robin Boyd for use in his home. It features characteristically mid-century modern motifs including tapered legs.
Sihoo Ergonomic Office Chair is optimised to support the user's body through a series of innovative features that enable normal blood flow and good posture.
Amsterdam-based designer Jaro Kose worked with Spanish brand Missana on a collection of seating made up of hexagonal shapes.
Hex seating comes in a range of heights and back options and can be upholstered in a spectrum of fabrics.
Italian brand Atlas Concorde has created a range of tiles with subtle patterning reminiscent of natural stone.
The Boost Mineral surface and wall tiles are made from porcelain and come in five different grey hues that all share a three-dimensional textural finish.
British flooring company Notch has created a series of solid wooden wooden flooring made out of European oak.
Original wood flooring comes in an array of 16 different colours and can be laid in a spectrum of patterns including plank, herringbone and chevron layouts.
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