New Collections

 

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Charm and sophistication are given a fresh, contemporary feel with striking colour contrasts, comprehensive weave structures and rich, distinctive textures. This season, Romo launches Madigan, an intricate woven collection that beautifully combines an elegant ‘tree of life' design and a tranquil 

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Neighbourhood Chair

 

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Following the success of the A Range, made from FSC Birch plywood, ByALEX have designed a contemporary dining chair made from alternative materials. The design challenge was to find a sustainable alternative to traditional hardwood.  The resulting chair is made from solid Bamboo, which takes 

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Mantus armchair

 

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London-based Brazilian designer and creative director Fernanda Brunoro exhibited her Mantus Armchair at London Design Festival's designjunction this year. The chair is extremely unique and is in fact one of Brunoro's favourite pieces, manufactured by Schuster Móveis. As with all of Brunoro's 

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Hinton Leather Lounge Chair and Footstool

 

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Pete Dale and Rafe Dunn, the talented duo behind Hinton Workshop, make exceptional furniture using both modern and traditional methods by hand in Nottingham. Their latest range was exclusively launched at designjunction during London Design Week this year, featuring their Hinton Leather Lounge chair with 

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Felt Stools

 

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Designer duo Robert Barnby and Lewis Day of Barnby & Day handcraft all their furniture from their studio workshop at the foot of The Black Mountains, just outside the picturesque town of Hay-on-Wye. The legs of their Felt Stools are turned personally by the pair, handmade from Ash or American Black 

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Equi Collection

 

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Kyla McCallum, whom Barbara Chandler recently crowned ‘London's new queen of origami', (May 9th 2014 Evening Standard) launched the Equi Collection at designjunction this year. The range includes the Equi Cone Pendant and a collection of textiles made using a unique range of metallised fabrics in 

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CSYS CLAMP

 

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The CSYS CLAMP is the latest in the CSYS range from Jake Dyson. The past years have been dedicated to the development of this lighting range incorporating functional motion mechanics and the designer's know-how and research, fulfilling a desire to challenge conventional mechanical movement and positioning 

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Cool with Wool

 

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Hailing from the scenically spectacular municipality of Jølster, Aud Julie Befring draws upon Norway's inspiring natural landscape in her work - primarily in ceramics, wood and textiles. The Cool with Wool stools are her latest creation; colourful, imaginative and fun and a clear example of 

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Candlestix

 

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Brooklyn-based Belgian designer Ariane van Dievoet launched Avandi six months after graduating from RISD. At age 26, van Dievoet has already lived in five different cities in three different countries. It is unsurprising then, that Avandi studio adapts to the lifestyle of those who change apartments 

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Arlo Table Lamp and Chandelier

 

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As part of September's London Design Festival, influential and innovative design studio Baroncelli launched the new Arlo table lamp at designjunction2014. The Arlo design is the latest addition to the development and evolution of the award-winning Flexus series by Baroncelli, first launched in 2011. The 

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ALLOY

 

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Homeware designer Haidée Drew has launched the ALLOY tray and coaster, a new product set for London Design Festival, part of her DECONSTRUCTED range. ALLOY pays homage to the beautifully ornate handles found on traditional silverware, with inspiration drawn from the silver galleries at the 

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Limited Edition Egg™ Chair

 

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SUITE NY has introduced a limited edition of the Egg™ Chair, launched by Fritz Hansen, with a production run of only 999 chairs available from December this year. The original Egg™ was designed by Arne Jacobsen for the lobby and reception areas in the SAS Royal Hotel, Copenhagen and was one 

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13° 60° 104° decanter

 

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Head designer Jim Rokos, of design studio Rokos, was looking for a second product following the success of his 22° 36° 48° bowl. After considering other objects that could be placed at different angles, he finally applied the concept to a wine decanter. A somewhat precarious article to put at 

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Amp

 

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The Danish designer Simon Legald has designed a sophisticated range of lamps called Amp for Normann Copenhagen. The range consists of one table lamp and two pendant lamps. Amp is characterised by its high-quality materials of glass and marble that add a visual fragility and sensuous heaviness. Amp has a 

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Prop Light

 

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"We have round lights, we have straight lights. We have them with lights on one side, we have them with lights on two sides. You can hang them high, low, horizontally, vertically or even hang them in an angle. Put them on the floor, hang them on your wall or down from the ceiling. We find it very hard to 

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échelle

 

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Paris-based Japanese architects ARCHIEE have recently completed their latest project, based around the product échelle. Originally, the product was conceived as a showcase for an exhibitor at the Paris Air Show held at Salon du Bourget. Rather than disposing of the shelf once the show finished, 

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1+1=1(rhombus)

 

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Designer Yufei Liang's work combines furniture design and the creation of handmade products, with a strong focus on the relationship between humans, nature and geometry.   1+1=1(rhombus) is the second part in a series of work on lighting that also includes 1+1=1(cube). The series focuses on 

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SUNSET

 

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SUNSET is a family of blown-glass vases available in three different sizes, designed by Manuela di Loreto for Incipit. Featuring quintessentially pure shapes, SUNSET boasts a double personality: it represents the union of two parts, which, when overlapped, can perfectly hold a long-stemmed flower when 

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