The latest new arrivals on Clippings will elevate your projects with their fascinating textures, clever functions and appealing looks.
Ferm Living has made the Herman dining chair, a popular choice for hospitality spaces, just a little more comfortable. The sleek design with a curved, elliptical-shaped backrest now comes in a fully upholstered version. As part of the brand’s made-to-order program, the its seat and backrest can be covered with fabrics from Kvadrat, Jab and Gabriel, as well as textured boucle and linen options. Reach out to our spec team if you need help selecting finishes or fabrics.
Pix for the planet: the spectacular shades of the new pendant light by Normann Copenhagen are made from upcycled plastic waste. Various types of white plastic debris are granulated and then heated so the material can be moulded into shape – a process which could be repeated at the end of the lifecycle of this product. This material even comes with a special effect: switched off, the light appears to be opaque, but when the light is on, it is translucent. Pix comes in four different sizes.
Efficient and elegant, design studio Yabu Pushelberg’s Konoha wall light can be the source of indirect and direct lighting. The light source sits in a little tube, which can be turned downwards to illuminate its immediate surroundings, whereas pointing upwards, the gently arched shade catches the light. Manufactured by Catalan brand Marset, Konoha is presented with hotel rooms in mind, but it could also be a great option for hallways in hospitality spaces. It comes in four colour options.
Zoco Outdoor Lounge Chair
Zoco arrives on the dot for the outdoor season. Thanks to its circular shape and the slight bend between the seat and back, the piece feels cute as a button. Victor Carrasco designed the chair, which is produced by Spanish brand Viccarbe, to give character to outdoor areas of offices or other public spaces. Its base comes either in black or white, and the legs can also be specified with castors.
Danish brand Gubi produces furniture since 1967 – and still knows how to surprise: launching the Carmel coffee tables, the manufacturer introduces ceramic to the collection for the first time. A design by OEO Studio, the glossy tabletops of the series reference the gleaming colours of California’s Pacific coast – from the urban landscape of San Francisco to the waves rolling into Big Sur. The tables are suitable for indoor and outdoor environments and are available in three sizes and four colours.
Hem continues its collaboration with Canadian designer Philippe Malouin, who’s just given the brand the Chop, a new outdoor chair. A twist on the classic slated chair, this compact design is decisively simple and geometric: a subtle bend in the backrest adds a touch of elegance and lightness. Each chair is cut, bent and welded from durable stainless steel and is available in four powder-coated colour finishes or natural steel.