Porcelain tiles that emulate the chromatic variations of fine-grained stone found in the southeast of Spain are among 10 new products featured on Dezeen Showroom this week.
Imperial was featured on Dezeen Showroom this week alongside products including a seating system that resembles a friendly caterpillar and a glass lighting sculpture that captures the look of falling leaves.
Read on to see the rest of this week’s new products:
The sculpture is composed of a myriad meticulously rendered glass pieces that have been hand-sculpted by master glassmakers suspended in either a round, oval or conical shape.
The fabric has UV-resistant properties and is water-resistant, as well as being able to deflect against mildew and bacteria. It underwent rigorous testing, from being exposed to scorching temperatures to being used in both chlorinated and saltwater, to ensure it is both durable and resilient in any condition.
The light features spun aluminium and pressed wood shade reflectors that uplight or downlight spaces, thanks to double-sided LEDs that disperse light in all directions.
Multiple modular seating units can be configured into sprawling arrangements to create curved, winding formations. The seating is available with optional side tables and power sockets that can be integrated within the seats.
The collection includes ultra-soft fabrics for curtains, draping, upholstering furniture and decorative purposes and is made from an array of yarns such as wool, silk, cotton, mohair and linen.
The chair is designed to offer optimal comfort through its ability to naturally rock and swivel, which can aid focus and enhance memory and attention for its sitter, according to the brand.
Moche Artisan Carpet is a flooring design that pays homage to the artisanal techniques and craftsmanship of traditional Peruvian pottery from the ancient Andean Moche civilisation.
Designed by Talk Carpet, the design borrows the repetitive patterns and bold geometric shapes typical of Moche-era pottery, using a warm colour palette ranging from tan to camel.
The seating is made up of square and curved modules that can be easily configured into any arrangement and then zipped together, accommodating different working styles ranging from collaborative work to more independent, focused work.
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