1. Camus’ new collection, represented by Collective Form, merges the worlds of art and design by creating sculptural furniture. With its fluid curves, organic forms, and dreamlike symbolism, this handcrafted collection is reminiscent of Salvador Dali’s melting motifs and surrealist qualities. Shown is the Love Me Do Mirror.
2. tokidoki x Kartell is a collaboration with an innovative twist on Kartell’s iconic Louis Ghost chair and Lou Lou Ghost’s children’s chair. The classic, clean lines create a perfect canvas for the tokidoki artwork to come to life as a standout piece in any room.
3. Designed by Kateryna Sokolova, the Mold pendant light from Ligne Roset is named explicitly after its production method. The technique of pouring concrete into a mold creates the shape and design of the light. Mold is available in a chocolate-colored concrete with a dark gray textile cable, and can be used as a flower vase.
4. Featuring deconstructed fabrics that have been lightly torn and stretched to reveal natural fibers and rich textures, 3form’s Textiles Collection is a series of interlayers that blurs the line between art, fashion, and design. The delicate appeal of each Textiles interlayer is safely preserved in Varia or Glass.
5. The Concave Volume Mirror by Robert Sukrachand draws in the viewer by revealing its reflections slowly when approached. Come close enough and you will see yourself in threes. Rendered in bronze with a walnut frame, these graphic pieces offer the warm, atmospheric feel of a mirror while functioning as a sculptural wall object.
6.The Architex Fashion in the Age of Technology collection explores how the textile industry mediates the connection between and translation of handcrafted fabrics into mass-produced, machine-woven textiles. This fashion-forward collection offers six patterns and 48 SKUs. Color palettes for patterns Catwalk, Corddry, Editor, Gala, Spotlight, and Tech Tweed range from mainstay neutrals to brights.
7. Designed by 13&9’s Martin Lesjak and Anastasia Su, BuzziPleat by BuzziSpace is a series of acoustic solutions that delivers light and sound control with an architectural edge. Made of sound-absorbing felt, BuzziPleat features reinterpreted techniques used in fashion design, like smocking and pleating, to maximize its surface area for exceptional acoustic performance.
8. Quartertwenty has developed Bartstuul, a modern barstool with asymmetrical footrest levels that accommodate different user heights. Choose from three finishes of anodized or powder-coated aluminum with solid white oak, walnut, or birch seating. It is compatible with tables and countertops from 36- to 42-inches tall.