1. The Montalembert Linear chandelier by Jonathan Browning explores an organic shape as its inspiration. The lead crystal shade is based on intricacies of plant forms from seed pods to gourds. This soft shape stands in stark contrast with the industrial hard lines of the brass armature while the crystal form exudes a soft feel.
2. DEXWOOD by Ege Seramik is a pressed porcelain tile that embodies the realistic look of natural woodgrain. Available in gray and brown, these plank tiles are offered in two sizes and a hexagon mosaic. The large-format size reduces the number and thickness of grout lines for a monolithic appearance. DEXWOOD is intended for use on interior floors and walls and exterior vertical surfaces.
3. Silestone introduces its Super Stellar Series of quartz surfaces with five colors inspired by exotic natural stones. Moonstone (shown) is a bright white with stunning flecks of silver. Illustrating intense luminosity and depth of color, these updated tones exemplify the multidimensional design flexibility of quartz through movement and sparkle.
4. The Confair 440 range is a line of modular conference accessories. Created by Wilkhahn, these easy-to-transport furnishings encourage participation, organization, and interactive skills. Confair 440 includes a folding table, pinboard, mobile desk (shown), lectern, server, and flipchart. These selections are appropriate for workshop, project, seminar, and conference settings.
5. Made from recycled leather, dECOLeather by Formica Group brings sustainable luxury to interiors. The line is available in 18 rich colors and three detailed finishes: crocodile, walrus, and wild buffalo. dECOLeather can help create a trendy hotel reception desk, a chic cocktail bar, a bank of elevators, or an accent wall in an office or healthcare setting.
6. CARVART glassBOX is a series of vividly colored bathroom cubicles. They are offered in primary reds, yellows, and blues; saturated white and black; neutrals; or any PMS or RAL shades. The tempered laminated glass panels appear light and delicate yet resist scratches, atmospheric changes, and repeated abuse in high-traffic environments.
7. Designed by Jean Philippe Nuel, Mogador was inspired by the iconic pool at the Molitor hotel in Paris. Available from Ligne Roset, the
chair is light and easily moved. With striking contemporary lines, Mogador is an ideal addition to a round workspace table, hotel room, or dining area.
8. Made by Urban Hardwoods, the Black Oak Meeting Table is designed with a custom Mockett Box for data, power, and video functionalities. All cables are concealed within the powder-coated black steel pedestal base. The table is fully customizable in terms of size, as well as the quantity and type of data inputs.