Australian design brand Derlot has created a selection of seats designed to be moved around both workplace and education spaces to facilitate quiet discussion.
The seats are comprised of folding flat-pack panels made from compressed polyester felt that contains 60 per cent recycled content, according to Derlot.
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Japanese lighting brand Ambientec worked with Italian designer Elisa Ossino on a table lamp characterised by its slim, four-legged frame and rotatable head.
The Madco table lamp – which comes in five colours – has a rechargeable bulb and a waterproof design, meaning it can be used indoors or outdoors.
Chairs in the Freedom x Kvadrat collection maintain their ergonomic functionality but come in a selection of materials including Elle, a tactile fleecy material by Sahco Upholstery, as pictured.
Workplace furniture brand Room has created a single-person, acoustically sound booth that combines a range of sound-controlling materials and accessories that increase productivity and comfort.
The Phone Booth comes in dark and light colourways that share oak timber accents, both of which are wrapped in layers of MDF, PET felt and wool that work together to reduce noise inside the pod.
New Zealand-based furniture brand Noho collaborated with design studio Formway on a dining chair that has the ergonomic integrity of an office task chair.
The Noho Move chair has an intuitive tilting mechanism that accommodates fidgeting and stretching, allowing seated users to work and socialise for extended periods, unlike conventional rigid dining chairs.
Indian brand Azmas Rugs has created a rug that is decorated with evolving colour and shape gradient patterns.
The brand’s Oscillation rug comes in a selection of colourways and is hand-woven in flatweave style by artisans in Rajasthan, India.
American brand Carnegie Fabrics has released a number of new colours that can be applied to a selection of its existing fabrics.
The Full Spectrum collection encompasses a variety of new finishes, including single block colour Precision, Herringbone-patterned Ion and Nebula, a pattern made up of strings of individual dots.
Spanish tile company Undefasa has designed a collection of tiles that have a natural-looking texture running through them that allows their appearance to withstand scuffs and scratches.
Solid+ tiles have crystalline inclusions that further their organic appearance, and come in two styles divided into eight colours.
The five new hues are named Dusk, Mint, Butter, Cayenne and Nutmeg and can be found throughout the existing collection of EchoPanels with both rounded and striped CNC-cut patterns.
British furniture brand Morgan has released a modular sofa that has tapered backrests reminiscent of rolling hills.
Valencia modular seating comes in a selection of upholstery options and is supported by splayed timber legs.
The blocks come in four thicknesses and can be mounted in various arrangements to create tactile three-dimensional effects.
Oloïd acoustic lighting comes in 32 colours and has a complex, pleated appearance reminiscent of lanterns.
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