The all-metal kitchen comes in two monochrome finishes: black or untreated metal. The pieces have stainless steel fronts with vertical ridges, which create an interplay of light and reflections.
Reflect was featured on Dezeen Showroom this week, alongside products including cordless lamps that provide 500 hours of lighting and a textile that has the appearance of wool but is entirely made of recycled plastic bottles.
Read on to see the rest of this week’s new products:
The new additions include wireless lighting integrated into the shelving, a black vein-marked finish informed by ancient Japanese wood-burning techniques and architectural-style Glide doors.
The sleek metallic forms are designed to contrast the soft, candle-like glow that emanates from the shades. The lamps, which can provide up to 500 hours of light, are also waterproof and dust-resistant.
Intended for office cafes, collaborative spaces and receptions, the range includes high-back seating to foster privacy and enhance concentration for focused work, as well as low-back versions for a more relaxed feeling conducive to collaboration.
Designed for maximum comfort and durability, the chair is composed of a wooden frame upholstered in layers of cushions that are made from recycled blankets.
The rug, which is available in an array of monochrome colours, is woven with a UV-resistant and weatherproof rope that is wound to form a serpentine pattern.
The chair is composed of a solid wooden frame with an enveloping folded backrest designed for ergonomic support, while its seat is made from polyurethane foam and upholstered in a wide selection of leathers and fabrics.
The asymmetrical table, which accommodates between five to nine people, can be finished in natural oak or oak-stained black and also features integrated power access.
The chair is designed as four puzzle-like parts comprising the seat, backrest and two angular armrests. It features zigzag or blanket stitch upholstery details and is available in five colours.
The chair features a capitonné-tufted backrest and has thin armrests to offer ample seating space. The sofa has a compact footprint which makes it suitable for smaller spaces such as executive offices, lobbies or lounges.
Cotone Slim Pro is a sofa seating range created by French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. The sofas are available with either a high back for privacy or a low back to foster a sense of openness.
The sofa has a slender form and is composed of a linear extruded aluminium frame and a rigid backrest upholstered in a wide selection of fabrics and leathers.
The table, which was originally made with glass and metal but now has a timber-top option, has a small footprint and features integrated power access and cable slots in the centre.
The range is informed by historical styles of natural flooring, such as the Jute tile, which is based on the textiles spun from hand-woven hessian. Other options in the range include versions that echo the texture of fine-grained soil or the organic patterns of volcanic rocks.
The chair features a comfortable seat made from flexible polyurethane and is available with the choice of a swivel base, four-leg steel tube frame or a solid ash base.
The washpod is freestanding and touchless to further promote good hygiene and is made from solid surface material Corian, which is non-porous, easy to clean and durable.
Created by Danish brand Texstyle, the fabric is designed to mimic wool and is available in a neutral palette of white, natural, classic grey, black and brown, as well as more vibrant colours such as forest green and Bordeaux grapes.
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