Are you looking to infuse some freshness into your latest project? Our new arrivals on the platform will rise to the challenge. Patricia Urquiola’s most recent collaboration with Flos is a spectacular suspension light and an eye-catching, sophisticated option for any meeting room. Sebastian Herkner has created a voluptuous chair for Ondaretta, ideal for adding a sculptural element to lobbies or conference rooms. And Magis’ little vases in vibrant colours that double up as portable table lights could be the charming finishing touches in a restaurant scheme. You can see the lead times, product details and pricing with trade discounts of all these new products directly on Clippings. Working on a larger project? Contact our team to see how working with us will save you time with your FF&E procurement.
Inspired by almond trees, Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola developed this fascinating modular lighting system that feels otherworldly and familiar at once. Along the stem, the LED sources are integrated into the semicircular disks, reminiscent of petals, which can be turned to cast their light upwards. The product engineers of Flos helped make the production of Almendra more sustainable: the petals and diffusers are made of a special polycarbonate sourced from the waste of paper mills, no glue is used to assemble the product, and it can be completely disassembled and the end of its life.
We first spotted the little Bouquet vases at the Magis stand during this year’s Salone del Mobile. Now ready for delivery, these charming pieces are a great option to bring a pop of colour to an otherwise serious space. Designed by studio BrogliatoTraverso for the Italian brand, the decorative pieces double up as portable table lights for indoor and outdoor environments. The range comes in six colours, with the removable vessel element, which sits in the cylinder, adding a joyful contrast.
New to Clippings is this modern classic by Japanese designer Takumi Hirokawa for Danish brand Møbel Copenhagen. Combining the subtle design languages of Scandinavia and Japan, the minimalist design of the Lili tables works well next to a bed in a hotel room or makes for an elegant companion next to a sofa in a lobby. The tabletop is available in a hardwearing laminate, glass, black-stained ash or oiled oak.
Set up in 2021, the eponymous brand of London-based designer Christian Watson has created a buzz in the industry with its minimalist, geometric aesthetic and commitment to British craftsmanship. Freshly launched on Clippings this month [Link to blog article], the latest piece Watson presented is the Abinger dining chair. With its round seat and curved backrest, the design feels both sleek and friendly. The seat can be covered with British wool fabric, on-trend boucle or Portuguese cork in a natural or black finish.
Ginger Lounge Chair by Ondaretta
Spanish brand Ondaretta collaborated with German designer Sebastian Herkner to create the new Ginger series that also includes this curvy lounge chair, which was unveiled at this years' Orgatec fair. The generously upholstered seat and backrest roll over the slightly tapered wooden frame, leading to an intriguing contrast between textured fabrics and the natural grain of the supporting base.