Living Objects stool by Vormen among new products on Dezeen Showroom
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Living Objects stool by Vormen among new products on Dezeen Showroom

Dezeen Showroom: a stackable stool made from steel that combines tubular and square shapes is among seven new products featured on Dezeen Showroom.

Living Objects stool by Vormen

Living Objects stool by Vormen

Belgian design studio Vormen has created a metal stool that has a simple and refined design realised in steel.

The Living Objects stool has a seat made from slightly concave sheet metal that sits atop four slim cylindrical legs.

The stool was recently featured on Dezeen Showroom alongside a collection of kaleidoscopic upholstery textiles and a daybed that combines soft cushions with a sturdy solid wood frame.

Read on to see more of the latest products:


Amazonite stone by Antolini

Amazonite stone by Antolini

Italian stone company Antolini has released a vivid blue-green stone named Amazonite that contains flecks of black and taupe.

It is naturally durable and can be used for both indoor and outdoor applications.

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Yinka Ilori collection by Momentum Textiles and Wallcovering

Yinka Ilori collection by Momentum Textiles and Wallcovering

Geometric patterns and vivid colours define this range of materials and wallcoverings, which are the result of a collaboration between British-Nigerian designer Yinka Ilori and material brand Momentum Textiles and Wallcovering.

The Yinka Ilori collection comprises five textile patterns and three patterns for wallcoverings, which come in bright, pastel and neutral tones.

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Elements bathroom collection by Nôsa

Elements bathroom collection by Nôsa

British brand Nôsa has created a matching bathtub and basin that comes in three nature-mimicking shades.

The Elements bathroom collection is defined by its rounded forms and is made from stone resin. A slimline shelf is also included in the range.

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ÅLEGRÆS rug from Landskab collection by Cecilie Manz for Kasthall

Landskab rugs by Cecilie Manz for Kasthall

Four tactile yet understated floor coverings make up the Landskab rug range created by Danish designer Cecilie Manz for Swedish brand Kasthall.

The rugs are made out of wool and linen and vary in pile height and weaving technique – depending on the style, the rugs are creating using either hand-tufting or flatweaving methods.

Find out more about Landskab ›


Frame Low coffee table by John Pawson for Nikari

Frame Low coffee table by John Pawson for Nikari

Designer John Pawson worked with Finnish wood furniture brand Nikari on the design of an understated coffee table made from ash or oak wood.

The Frame Low coffee table comes in full-, half- and no-shelf formats, which all share a minimalist and boxy look.

Find out more about Frame Low ›


White Dag daybed by Teresa Lundmark and Gustav Winsth for Gärsnäs

Dag daybed by Teresa Lundmark and Gustav Winsth for Gärsnäs

Swedish furniture maker Gärsnäs has released a sculptural daybed created by designers Teresa Lundmark and Gustav Winsth.

Characterised by its pill-shaped cushions and slatted beech frame, the Dag daybed has a statuesque yet playful form that provides an inviting place to sit or recline.

Find out more about Dag ›

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