Berlin based LumineurLightstyle introduces the Ariadne S floor lamp, designed by Felix Karow. Both the shade and base are each spooled from one single fiberglass string using a special technique, making it possible to give an organic structure to the whole design. As a result of its construction, the Ariadne S floor lamp creates an extraordinary shadow play on the surrounding walls, especially from its shade.
The Elfin stool by Australian designer Ross Didier is fabricated like a wine barrel, with an organic and sculpted form that blends from a convex to concave curve. Each of the stool’s timber staves is unique and the solid block-joined top surface is carved into a comfortable seat that reveals the beauty of its grain. The Elfin stools are manufactured from solid American white oak and sit 46cm high on a 46x38cm base.
Designer José Martínez Medina took inspiration from Formula 1 cars of the 60s when creating the Formula chair. Elegant, comfortable and modern with a style that is clean, sensual, organic and very pleasant to touch, the chair’s shell structure and upholstery finish comes together beautifully. The Formula chair is multifunctional and can be placed in different areas such as informal meeting spaces, conference, waiting areas or lounges. Made of a double frame fiberglass shell structure, it can be upholstered in either leather or fabric, and has a four star steel base and the option of a swivel base.
Geometric shapes with precise, clean lines compose Chair Ψ, created by Mexican designer Jakob Gomez. The chair was developed with the idea of two extension points that subdivide and unite the main structure. Made with Corian due to its capacity for transformation, Chair Ψ is given an undulating, seamless and organic shape. The chair’s name, Greek letter Psi, signifies a wave function in quantum mechanics and thus refers to the wave structure of the design.
The new Roadside Attractions colour line from Bentley Prince Street delivers a fresh, organic aesthetic, adding modern vitality to any design space. Comprising 18 contemporary colourways and made with Antron Lumena’s solution-dyed yarn with TruBlend fibre technology, the range ensures lasting good looks and ease of maintenance. Available in broadloom, carpet tile and area rugs, Roadside Attractions is ideal for a range of applications, including corporate, retail, education, hospitality and healthcare.
Nigel Coates has designed hm63, a new collection of upholstered seating for Hitch Mylius. The low, pebble-like units can be laid out either individually or scattered throughout a space to provide organic seating arrangements. Each of the three elements can be specified with or without a backrest, offering a variety of uses for both public and private spaces. Pebble shaped high and low tables with walnut tops complete the collection. Hitch Mylius will be exhibiting at designjunction at Victoria House, Holborn, in the VIP press room at the V&A plus The Director’s Cut at 100% Design.
SOFttILES created by Elena Goray are deliberately made to surprise - the initial impression is that the tiles are soft, but with a play on senses the tiles reveal a hardness like ceramic. The surface structure of Goray’s porcelain tiles gives the illusion of organic skin and is inspired by the patterns created on a leather Chesterfield chair. The tiles are unexpectedly affective as you have the irresistible urge to touch them.