Graphix Metal Collection

 

Overview

Móz Designs, an innovator in decorative metal products, has expanded the colour-rich options available on the Graphix Metal Collection. Subtle tones, such as Honey, Aubergine, Lime and Smoke, are now available alongside vibrant renditions of Clementine Red, Peacock Blue, Mandarin Orange and 

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The World of Interiors

 

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B&B Italia present a collection of furniture showcasing unusual shapes and a spectrum of colours. "Hive" by Atelier Oï considers the furnishing complement to be particularly graceful and poetic: the object reveals great complexity despite its designation as an accessory, and provides a clearly 

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Stacking Vessels

 

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The Stacking Vessels collection combines three craft processes, materials and makers for each project. The pieces consist of three individual containers, stacked to create a vessel shape. Once disassembled the objects become functional, serving as bowls. When stacked, the pieces are sculptural, exhibiting 

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New Lifestyle

 

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New Lifestyle comes to us from the building housing Design Museum Denmark – a former hospital in central Copenhagen, transformed into a museum by Kaare Klint at the beginning of the last century, which underlines the collection’s new aesthetic.   This series of images expands on 

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MOON System

 

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Zaha Hadid Architects and B&B Italia are present the MOON System, a unique new seating concept combining the unrivalled experience in manufacturing technologies of B&B Italia with Zaha Hadid Architects' many years of research into complex curvilinear geometries. Ergonomics and beauty are blended 

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Wall & Floor Tiles

 

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London-based company Lindsey Lang Design have expanded on their inspirational collection of geometric kitchenware and cushions with the launch of an extensive range of wall and flooring tiles. Lang's confident translation of her designs onto tiles creates jaw-dropping Gio Ponti-esque 

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The Living Cube

 

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For designer Till Könneker the concept for Living Cube was born out of his personal need to "counteract the confinements of a conventional home with one simple and multifunctional design that will cover several different needs."  The Living Cube was designed in such a way that it can be adjusted 

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Alfiere, Regina and Pedone stools

 

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This family of stools, designed by Giorgio Bonaguro for Icons Furniture, offers a playful interpretation of this kind of furniture. Drawing inspiration from the games of chess, each stool is designed with a chess piece in mind. The collection is comprised of several pieces, all of which draw inspiration 

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Recycled Silk Chair, Ottoman & Stool

 

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The design concept was to recycle old "sari" silk ribbons and yarn, turning it into upholstery. "When I first saw silk ribbon skeins, and heard about their story it fascinated me. They were not garbage, their colours, texture are so warm and exotic. They are such stuff which you want to touch and see at 

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Moroccan Bazaar

 

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"Moroccan Bazaar, is a leading supplier and manufacturer of exquisite Moroccan interiors, a family business spanning three generations dating back to 1946. Today, the company, which initially started out as a wholesale supplier, has evolved into a well known and trusted name in the manufacture and 

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TYPOGRAPHIA

 

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Tabisso's product range TYPOGRAPHIA is a unique collection of typographic lounge-chairs representing all letters from A-Z and numbers from 0-9, completed by a set of floor lamps covering more than 25 punctuation marks. The result is a finely balanced collection, fun and creative yet chic and purposeful, 

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Lana Dressing Table

 

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Pinch is the collaboration between husband and wife team Russell Pinch and Oona Bannon and is run from their studio/showroom in Clapham, London. LANA DRESSING TABLE has a lower lockable drawer housing a removable leather-lined jewellery tray. The surface box consists of three smaller drawer sections and 

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Folk

 

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Folk by Alice... Alicia Behar is a new artisan furniture and home product designer from Mexico City. Her colourful collection of handmade textiles helps indigenous makers and artisans across Mexico. Alice explains: "After traveling around different parts of Mexico, I selected fabrics that reminded me 

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Dessewffy Bar Stools

 

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Dessewffy is the Melbourne-based studio of furniture designer Felicity Dessewffy. The studio strives to create elegant, sculptural and intriguing designs; to engage people with objects that are sometimes overlooked. After graduating with a Bachelor of Architecture (Hons) from the University of Melbourne 

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Bethan Gray

 

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Award-winning Welsh designer, based in London, Bethan Gray combines a passion for luxurious natural materials - leather, marble and solid wood - with an extensive knowledge of craftsmanship and cutting- edge manufacturing technologies. Her warm and contemporary design reflects her personal history, 

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Osprey

 

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Osprey is the new contemporary desk designed by James Burleigh in variable widths and lengths to suit any purpose. At up to 5.4 m long, the customizable desks are available in a choice of over 100 colours and a range of solid wood edges.  Osprey comes with options for extended lengths in 

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Sway

 

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A new stool Sway designed by Burkhard Vogtherr creates a solution for a simple, healthy and elegant stool. Available in two versions, the sway is rotatable, can be tilted and adjustable in height. Designed to support and relieve the strain of long-term sitting on the body, Sway is a comfortable padded 

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Tamasyn Gambell

 

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Tamasyn Gambell screen prints all their materials in London using water-based pigments. All fabrics are sourced from both Irish and European mills and their cushions and lampshades are made in the UK by small factories/craftspeople. Tamasyn will be launching her new range of printed cushions, lampshades 

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