1.Husk Armchair from B&B Italia
The Husk Armchair from B&B Italia envelopes the user in softness. The piece offers three typologies of cushion: standard, large and very large, and headrest and ottoman options. It utilizes both recycled and recyclable materials, including a swivel base-frame with four spokes in black painted, brushed light oak or grey oak finish.
2.Crossville Glass Blox Dazzle Red Glass Tile
Crossville’s Glass Blox is brilliant in “dazzle red.” Applicable for interior or exterior, wet or dry applications, create your own unique placements with an array of available mosaic sizes.
3.Naxos from Carnegie
Carnegie’s Naxos is a two-toned mesh fabric that takes on a completely contemporary feel due to its composition of filament yarn, rather than a spun yarn.
4.SW_1 by Coalesse
SW_1 is designed by Scott Wilson and MINIMAL, offering up an alternative to the generic conference room. It promotes social connectivity by allowing users to change postures and positions on a whim. Coordinating table and lounge pieces support all levels and stages of the creative process.
5.Arrow from Design House Stockholm
The uniquely shaped Arrow Hanger by Design House Stockholm, designed by Gustav Hallén can support hefty loads up to 55 pounds, while still serving as a piece of wall art. A Red Dot Design Award winner, it is lacquered powder-coated aluminum at 6.25 in. x 8 in. x 1 in.
6.Piani from FLOS
Piani from FLOS puts objects “on stage” as its base functions as a tray that displays objects in the triangular beam of light emitted from the LED light source. Piani was designed by the Bouroullec brothers Ronan and Erwan, known for their clean and minimalist lines.
7.Kaiser Idell lamp from Fritz Hansen
The Kaiser Idell lamp series was designed in the 1930s by German silversmith Christian Dell, known for its characteristic hand-painted lampshade.
8.ZON from Humanscale
The ZON personal air purifier is pumped up to the next level in red. ZON surrounds the user in a bubble of ultra pure air. Its patented technology provides breeze-free, ozone-free and a virtually silent operation that won’t disturb the user.
9.Ploum from Ligne Roset
Ploum seating is a special combination of two materials: stretchable covering and an ultra-soft foam. The sofa can accommodate up to four people and makes a powerful statement adorned in such an impactful color.
10.Kermes from Ligne Roset
The Kermes open sideboard by Ligne Roset – designed by Evangelos Vasileiou – puts a contemporary twist on 1950s and 70s design. Satin-finish black-stained MDF comes with red or lavender blue lacquered interior.
11.George Smith’s Brewster chaise
The Brewster Chaise by George Smith is the perfect gentleman. It exudes luxury with traditional lines and stitching that are given a modern punch with bright red and a generous seat depth of 27 in.
12.Aspid by Leucos
The word ‘explosive’ comes to mind with Aspid by Leucos, a Medusa-like chandelier by Danilo De Rossi. Hand-shaped curly glass tentacles and sinuous lines make this product the centerpiece of any room, available in wall or suspension, mounted on a chrome metal structure. Aspid combines supreme craftsmanship with high-tech lighting techniques.
13.D-Lux by Royal Botania
The knock-out D-Lux series by Royal Botania is a chair and lounger whose design was inspired by the female body (obviously). The line consists of concave and convex shapes made by cutting and forming an aluminium plate.
14.Cuore Rosso Mosaico by FAP
The Cuore Rosso Mosaico is part of the aptly named Cupido tile collection by FAP. This heart-shaped mosaic is part of this series of white body ceramics that ignite the walls with sex-appeal. The heart is 16 in. x 21 in.