Trends

Plastic (R)evolution: second lives for contentious materials

Plastic (R)evolution: second lives for contentious materials

Designers experiment with reusing and upcycling this controversial material into exciting furniture pieces, viewing waste as new raw material to explore.

Abstract Landscapes: designers transform natural sceneries

Abstract Landscapes: designers transform natural sceneries

Natural scenery finds its way indoors as gentle green hills, rough coastlines and mossy rocks reappear as abstract patterns on furniture and textiles.

Mastering Marquetry: new takes on historic techniques

Mastering Marquetry: new takes on historic techniques

Recently designers are adopting different forms of marquetry crafts, becoming experts in the old techniques to create modern furniture and lighting pieces.

Celestial Shifts: designers look to the moon and beyond

Celestial Shifts: designers look to the moon and beyond

Furniture and lighting designers explore the paths of stars, planets and moons in new pieces that signal a fresh direction for design inspired by the skies.