The home sofa has a deeper seat that envelops the user and back and armrests that reach the floor, while the contract iteration is raised on steel legs and is designed to encourage a more upright sitting position.
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The Liquid Table is made up of three circular tabletops that have a hand-hammered textured surface created by the chasing metalwork technique.
Designed by Ukrainian furniture brand Fürn, the table has a sculptural yet minimalist silhouette made from stainless steel.
Forming part of the brand’s wider Rasomuro collection, the door is available in wood, glass and painted finishes in a variety of colours.
Chung designed the chair to be compact and stackable, and the design comes in black, blue, coral, brown-red and mint green colour options.
The ceramic tile collection is available in black, golden white and statuario colours, each flecked with veining that mimics the look of marble stone.
The modular sofa features plump cushions with distinctive edge stitching designed to give the seating a tailored aesthetic.
The textile is woven from one colour used for the warp thread and two for the weft, creating a subtle gradient on the fabric’s surface.
Compass 55 is a pivot door by Italian brand Lualdi that the brand describes as being comparable to a large and silent stage curtain.
The door panel, which comes in wood and metal materials, sits within an aluminium frame that lies flush with the wall when closed.
The brand has applied the Earth Tone colour palette across its range of concrete tiles, which feature sculpted surfaces including vertical fluting, rounded grooves and faceted geometric shapes.
The brand applied anti-slip and anti-reflective treatments to the tiles, making them suitable for both indoor and outdoor surfaces.
Lualdi designed the Rasovetro 55s door with glazed panels to celebrate the transparency, brightness and lightness of glass.
The door is available in classic and back-lacquered glass, and features concealed hinges for a minimalist aesthetic.
The collection includes pillow cases, duvet covers and flat sheets that have linen on one side and cotton satin on the reverse.
Available from Italian tile manufacturer Marazzi, Lume is a series of tiles that reference the design of vernacular handmade majolica tiles from southern Italy.
Designed for both indoor and outdoor settings, the tiles come in a variety of colours and size formats to suit any space.
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