1. Le Soleil by Foscarini is a sphere composed of irregular bands that emit blades of light that flow outward. Its LED light source provides an inimitable effect: decorative and illuminating at the same time, with the advantage of a cast of downward light. Le Soleil comes in an original copper finish that enhances the lamp’s warm glow.
2. Luum Textiles launches Focus In, which satisfies the importance of adaptable products in multipurpose workplaces. The aesthetic and performance qualities of products in fluid spaces require an agility that supports a range of activities, and Focus In’s seven fabrics reflect this nimble attitude. The collection is rounded out by multiple textures, high-performance qualities, and sound-absorbing materials.
3. Thanks to its expressive sweeping curves, the statuesque Wingback by Tom Dixon can serve as both a sculptural intervention and a unique seating option. The exaggerated proportions of the wing and the extravagant scale of the chair allow the user to be enthroned against a grand backdrop or completely hidden from view. The seating option is available in a wide range of Kvadrat fabrics with chair legs in solid natural or black oak and copper-plated steel.
4. The Drapery and Sheers Collection from Innovations addresses the full range of design needs for solid sheers, dim-out draperies, textures, and large-scale designs. Its 16 patterns have been expanded with 80 new colorways; most are double width and up to 130-inches wide for floor-to-ceiling installations. Woven with combinations of FR polyester and Trevira CS, the textiles are also fire retardant.
5. Formica Corporation unveils SurfaceSet 2018, a collection of 32 exclusive surface designs that are grouped into three distinct palettes: Personal Sanctuary (shown here in BirchPly), Spectral, and Smart Organic. Each is inspired by a major global design influence and unified by the concept of tension and balance. The surfacing is ideal for office, retail, hospitality, healthcare, education, and other commercial settings.
6. Designed for the Tonon collection by Caroll Design, Signatures from Sandler Seating is now available with chic upholstered legs. The series of side chairs and barstools provides a solution to satisfy contemporary and vintage styles with the option of tufted or quilted upholstery for the seat’s inner back. Usersv and specifiers can choose from a wide variety of fabrics or leathers.
7. Bend’s upholstered furniture adds a residential touch to workspaces. The Wrapping Sofa (shown) offers fashion-forward simplicity in an inviting shape, while the Wrapping Bench provides a cozy spot for work or a quick conversation. These pieces are made to order.