Dezeen Showroom’s 10 most popular products of 2023

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Dezeen Showroom: as part of our 2023 review, we have rounded up the 10 best-performing products on Dezeen Showroom from this year.

Since its launch in October 2020, Dezeen Showroom has worked with over 500 furniture, lighting and product design brands to showcase their recent releases. This year we posted over 300 products on the site, racking up over 1.7 million page views.

From a solar-powered mood light and lighting that takes cues from sea glass to a see-through bath and a kitchen informed by the shaker design movement, read on to discover the most-viewed products featured on Dezeen Showroom in the last 12 months:

Garden dome by Hypedome

Manufacturer Hypedome created a hemispherical structure made up of hexagonal solid polycarbonate panels that can house a range of functions.

The brand’s versatile Garden dome can be used as a home office, hot tub shelter, den or sleeping area. Panels can be specified in either transparent or translucent finishes for increased privacy.

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Sunne light by Marjan van Aubel for Sunne

Dutch lighting design company Sunne designed a landscape-orientated lamp intended to be hung in windows, which uses photovoltaic technology to create coloured mood lighting.

Sunne light collects natural light via the solar panels on its back during the day, and at night can be controlled via a smartphone app, switching between three different modes each reminiscent of the sun’s daily phases.

Find out more about Sunne ›

Pipeline modular seating by Alexander Lotersztain for Derlot

Australian brand Derlot listed a long, snaking modular seating system that is characterised by its cylindrical backrest.

Pipeline modular seating provides both a comfortable seating solution and a focal point in interiors, with modules that can be reconfigured into a range of compositions.

Find out more about Pipeline ›

Amore translucent resin bath by Lusso

British bathroom company Lusso manufactured a bathtub that is transparent thanks to the materiality of its resin.

The Amore tub has a capsule shape and a lightweight, freestanding design. Available finishes include Smoked Black and Amber.

Find out more about Amore ›

Monolith extractor hood by Studio Ferriani and Falmec

Italian kitchen brand Falmec collaborated with design practice Studio Ferriani on a slimline extractor fan that seamlessly integrates into kitchen worktops.

As well as providing powerful fume extraction, the Monolith extractor hood also doubles as storage for kitchen utensils and, unlike conventional appliances, does not distract from the design of the kitchen.

Find out more about Monolith ›

Versale lighting by Anker Studio for Nordlux

Bowl-shape shades define this collection of lighting designed by Danish design duo Anker Studio for lighting brand Nordlux.

The Versale lighting range comprises table lamps, floor lamps or pendant lights that come in either black or white, allowing them to easily integrate into a plethora of interiors.

Find out more about Versale ›

Shaker kitchen by Reform

Danish kitchen brand Reform released a collection of kitchen cabinets informed by the 18th-century Shaker design movement.

Shaker kitchens aim to embody the domesticity and plainness of the style, with simply decorated cabinetry available in a range of wood finishes.

Find out more about Shaker ›

5-in-1 glass set by Joe Colombo via Karakter

Danish brand Karakter rereleased a set of glassware that was originally created in 1970 by Italian designer Joe Colombo.

The 5-in-1 set consists of five fully functional glasses – a cognac glass, white wine glass, red wine glass, grappa glass and water glass – that can be placed inside one another, giving them a sculptural appearance when combined.

Find out more about 5-in-1 ›

Wave Chandelier by Curiousa

British lighting design company Curiousa designed and manufactured a series of vertical and horizontal chandeliers that take cues from the smooth-hewn quality of sea glass.

The Wave Chandelier combines hand-blown glass components with walnut wood fixings, creating dramatic yet playful statement lighting pieces.

Find out more about Wave Chandelier ›

Archisonic acoustic material by Impact Acoustic

Swiss design company Impact Acoustic expanded its range of Archisonic sound-dampening material – made from recycled plastic bottles – with four new colourways.

Archisonic acoustic material now comes in Linen, Jute, Honeycomb and Deep Sea, all of which help to regulate noise levels in busy interior environments.

Find out more about Archisonic ›

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