1. Schattdecor offers printed décor paper, finish foil, and melamine film for surfacing companies around the world, processing a total of more than 2 billion square meters of paper per year. One of their 2016 trend introductions is “freestyle clarity,” focusing in on the clear contrast of black on white.
2. The Trillia stool from Gunlocke, designed by IDa Design, is the perfect companion to their Briefing line of collaborative furniture. The exceptional wood craftsmanship features grain detailing and mixed materials such as a solid-ash hardwood seat and minimal metal at the base. Available in bar or counter height.
3. Clara’s hollowed out body is what makes it unique. This linear, suspended LED performance light from Architectural Lighting Works (ALW) is also available in a wall sconce model and comes in a clear or semi-frosted lensed body. It provides both up and down lighting and can be joined together to make continuous rows. It delivers 89+ lumens per watt.
4. Created by German designer Stefan Brodbeck, the Lava Chair from Bernhardt Design launched this month to address the needs of a huge variety of spaces from reception to boardroom. Bases are available with fixed glides in a 4-star configuration as well as a 5-star design with casters. Cushion, shell, and base are specified individually.
5. Time Exposures from Patcraft celebrates the beauty of natural patina and wear on all materials. These visual effects are embodied in two 9 in. x 36 in. carpet tile styles available in 12 colors each. Various tip-sheared textures are utilized to capture the wonder in the opposition of light and shadow.
6. Dornbracht has now added a single-lever mixer to its Supernova series. Available in polished chrome and champagne finishes, the faucet joins the already existing line of showers and other bathroom faucets designed by German studio Sieger Design. The collection’s sculptural elements are reminiscent of precision-worked crystal.