Dive into this month's stream of newness: discover adorable table lights with hand-crafted elements, all-natural lounge chairs with strong arms and coffee tables that bring out the best in marble and travertine. You can add them directly to your project on Clippings, and get a quote in seconds. Don’t forget, if you’re working on a large specification, our team can help you and might be able to increase your trade discount for you. You can get in touch with us here.
Space Copenhagen is making waves at Gubi with their Seine Table Lamp, introducing a new material to the Danish brand’s collection: mouth-blown glass. The design duo studied light reflections on water and gentle waves, translating them into a reeded glass shade, covering a dimmable light bulb with a frosted glass diffuser. You can specify the light in two glass types: a clear smoke grey or a frosted bright pink. With its sculptural shape and organic quality, it makes for an alluring accent light in any setting.
A careful study in minimalism, the Vaso pendant is the latest collection of Spanish lighting label Santa&Cole. It’s a design by London studio Industrial Facility, featuring an aluminium body in a tapered shape inspired by the eponymous tumbler. It comes in three matt or brushed finishes: white, black and aluminium. Vaso offers itself as a singular suspension over a dining table or to create an impactful composition above a reception desk or bar counter with multiple lights lined up.
New kid on the block of Hem: the Hunk Lounge Chair is the first collaboration of Seoul designer Kwangho Lee with the Swedish brand. A boxy design with exaggerated armrests, it attracts attention wherever it is put up. While the chair looks so square, it is actually a very comfortable resting spot as it’s generously upholstered. The fillings consist of latex fibres and coco mat, which, like all the materials used for the chair, are of natural origin. Hunk comes in also in versions with and without armrests.
A titan of a table: presented during 3daysofdesign in June, New Works released the brutalist-style Atlas stone table by designer John Astbury this autumn. Combining two clean-lined shapes, square legs carrying a tabletop with rounded corners, the material attracts all the attention. One version is made out of polished Costa Black, a black-brown marble cut through by white veins, giving the table a glamorous, glossy presence. Produced in travertine, it feels gentler thanks to the perforated surface and cream nuances.
With Frame, designer Harald Hermanrud created an open storage system that doesn’t block out natural light in bright spaces. Produced by Design House Stockholm, the grid-like organised shelves invite you to present objects rather than just put them away, allowing you to create a showcase that brings personality to any room. Resting on the frame of the solid oak frame, the white panels or boxes, made from light MDF, can be freely arranged, playing with heights. The brass fixture adds a touch of elegance.
The woodworking masters of Belgian label Ethnicraft have produced a contemporary classic with the Boomerang coffee table made from solid Mahagony. Its thick, people-shaped tabletop rests on three legs whose fluted detailing contrasts gently with the otherwise smooth, dark brown surface.