Australian brand Derlot worked closely with designer Martin Mogilski on a range of door handles that have corners crimped at 90 degrees.
Kink door handles are made using a machine usually reserved for bending sheet metal, leading to a deliberately altered appearance when used on the aluminium tubes. They can be made in a spectrum of colours, including black, red, white and bottle green.
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Italian brand Casalgrande Padana has created a collection of tiles that mimic the appearance of poured concrete.
The Timeless tile collection comes in five neutral shades and is hard-wearing enough to be specified in a range of contexts, including airports, hospitals and laboratories.
Spanish brand Gan worked with designer Jose A Gandía-Blasco Canales on a duo of rugs covered in doughnut-shaped motifs.
The Chimos rug collection is made from wool and is hand-tufted and carved. It comes in two colours: red and green.
The Molloy dining chair is designed to be stackable without detracting from its overall design. It comes in solid timber that can be treated with a variety of finishes.
Italian tile brand Casalgrande Padana has created a range of tiles informed by classic Venetian flooring.
The Terrazzotech tile collection comes in six colours and three surface finishes and can be applied across a range of high-traffic interiors.
Italian design studio Baldanzi & Novelli designed a sculptural office chair for Narbutas.
The D-Chair has a host of ergonomic considerations, including a taut mesh backrest that cradles the user and comes in a selection of colours.
Spanish brand Gayafores designed a collection of marble-mimicking tiles that are informed by Ancient Rome's Palatine Hill temples.
The Palatino tiles come in three neutral shades of beige and grey and are available in four varied sizes.
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