Designed by APE Amsterdam for Dutch lighting brand Humble Lights, the Two lamp is a dimmable, portable and rechargeable light source that aims to provide a convenient and safe alternative to the intimate glow of a candle.
It can be used as either a task or mood light, and its 10 colours are now joined by two new shades, black and beige.
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Flooring design company Shaw Contract has released three new carpet tiles that are made from recycled materials and that reference the landscapes found in nature.
The designs that make up Shifting Fields are called Plains, Landing and Landing Edge, and have a stippled texture of greens, greys and neutrals that allows for them to be laid to create gradients across floors in commercial interiors.
Furniture company Cozmo Home has released an eponymous sofa designed in collaboration with design and research practice Raw-Edges.
Cozmo sofa is designed to wear “jackets” over its seat, backrest cushion and scatter pillows, changing its appearance over time to suit changing tastes and interior schemes.
The table facilitates both seated and standing working positions and can be used in workplaces as well as residential spaces.
Italian tile brand Ceramiche Keope has created a range of tiles informed by marble found in Milanese interiors.
Interno4 consists of four styles names after the historic districts of Milan, and are suitable for application on both floors and walls.
Marien152 lounge chair has generous proportions and an informal-looking, plump backrest with a pull strap for easy manoeuvrability.
Ceramiche Keope’s Omnia tile range now includes a pattern that references the natural appearance of travertine stone.
The tiles have three dimensional textured surfaces to further mimic natural stone and are suitable for use both indoors and outdoors.
Vis-à-vis is a lightweight cylindrical stool with a cut-out crescent, and Rendez-vous takes the form of a long bench suitable for users to recline on.
Spanish tile company Emotion Ceramics has released a collection of ceramic stone-effect tiles that take cues from the film Pulp Fiction.
Fiction tiles have subtle veining and striations running across their surfaces and can be used in residential and commercial interior finish schemes.
British furniture company Coco Wolf has designed a collection of seating for outdoor areas that are characterised by wooden frames and contrasting recycled fabric upholstery.
Tamarindo is made up of sofas, swivel chairs, footstools and drum chairs, which can be used in both commercial and residential areas.
Onice tiles by Ceramiche Keope offer a highly-polished reflective finish for walls and floors.
The tiles are made from onyx and come in three distinct colourways including cool-toned Pearl, warm-toned Honey and Multicolour, which has oceanic tones.
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