Travertine lighting sculptures, all-wood classics and bubblicious pendants: these new designs just dropped on our platform, ready for your next project.
This month, we get tactile. Our round-up of fresh products on our platform in July includes pieces that are a joy to be touched or intrigue us with their gentle appearance. Soft travertine, the warmth of wood and indirect lighting effects introduce a welcome softness, creating spaces that feel harmonious and peaceful.
Reverse Table Lamp by Menu
Danish brand Menu has launched the Reverse table lamp, a sculptural design by Aleksandar Lazic. Inspired by Italian marble tables from the ’70s, the light features a tapered travertine base. Its shade is made from brass and was treated with a brushed bronze finish, creating a gentle shine. A little disc embedded on the top functions as the on/off-button and dimmer.
Chaise Toute Bois Chair by Vitra
Vitra brings back the Chaise Tout Bois chair, which was designed by Jean Prouvé in 1941 and is manufactured solely with wood. Back then, the French architect came up with this design, which doesn’t need a single screw, because metal was so hard to get by. Today, there are two versions in light and dark stained oak available.
Hubble Bubble Pendant Light by Moooi
Dutch brand Moooi continues its fruitful partnership with Marcel Wanders and presents Hubble Bubble, a new pendant light made in two sizes. The designer was inspired by his memories of blowing soap bubbles as a child, which he translated into hand-blown glass bubbles that are dotted around a metal circle. They come in a pearlescent, oil-like varnish or a classic frosted finish.
Tilda Coat Stand by Schoenbuch
German furniture brand Schoenbuch collaborated with Lithuanian design studio etc. etc. to create Tilda, a fusion of coat stand and pouf. The slim, curved black frame made from powder-coated steel follows the shape of the round upholstered stool. Inesa Malafej and Arunas Sukarevicius have also added a little adjustable tray for keys and everyday knick-knacks.
Aldus Dining Table by Skagerak
With the Aldus dining table, Skagerak has launched a simple, elegant design by furniture designer Chris L. Halstrøm who put the material into focus. Made from oiled oak, the natural grain comes through beautifully while the angled legs pay tribute to classic trestle tables and add some interest to the understated piece.
Type 80 Wall Light by Anglepoise
Sir Kenneth Grange designed the Type 80 wall light for British brand Anglepoise. Characterised by a sharp graphic shape, it features a cone that’s slightly detached from the base. That way, the light not only illuminates areas under the shade but also creates some soft indirect lighting on the shade itself. The series also includes a pendant and table light and comes in four pastel colours.
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