Be inspired by our April product round-up, featuring striking furniture pieces and rugs for all types of commercial interior projects.
Merging comfort and refined minimalism, the Daybe Dining Sofa by Northern makes a beautiful option for relaxing hospitality spaces. It’s been designed by Norwegian duo Morten & Jonas, who combined the voluminous, geometric shapes of the upholstered seat and backrest with a tender metal frame, which comes either in black or white.
It’s often said that rugs are artwork for the floors – and Spanish brand Nanimarquina's latest collection, Tones fulfils that claim: It’s been designed in collaboration with painter Clàudia Valsells. The series includes the hand-woven Pieces kilim, translating brush strokes of warm hues into an abstract, geometric pattern. It’s made using hand-spun Afghan wool.
Always striving to adopt new sustainable materials and production techniques into the manufacturing process, Mater presents the new Eternity side chair. Designed by Space Copenhagen, its shell consists of 70% upcycled plastic waste and 30% ground coffee. The stackable piece can be easily disassembled, making it straightforward to recycle the chair once that day has come.
The Tearoom series by Nick Ross continues to be one of the most popular collections of Menu, which is now extending into the workplace realm. Launching a new lounge chair version with a high back, this sleek design with gentle curves is a sophisticated choice to create small islands of refuge in busy communal areas.
Spanish furniture manufacturer Andreu World presents with the Solo SO3023 armchair a new design by Philippe Starck. Its aesthetic feels sleek and elegant thanks to the slightly moulded armrests that connect directly with the seat’s frame and backrest. It’s made from hard-wearing oak board and solid beech and can be ordered with upholstered seat and backrest.
In recent years, portable lights have become an attractive option for dining areas in hospitality spaces to create an intimate lighting atmosphere on tables. The Danish brand New Works now offers its take on this type of product, launching a cordless version of the popular Kizu table light. Slightly smaller than the original, the sculptural design still stands out with its stone base that comes either in white, black or grey marble. Charging takes 7.5 hours and the dimmable LED light can shine up to 11 hours at 100 per cent brightness.