|||||||||||Sam Wilkinson with the Blown pendent – traditional manufacture meets 3D CAD|Decode’s Vessel shade with a groundbreaking Plumen energy-saving bulb|L’arbre de Flonville, a piece of street furniture in Lausanne, Switzerland|Colour and tactility come to the fore in Lexon’s Babylon desk accessories|Case’s Mantis desk is intended to look good both in the office and at home|Pendola; the whole clock acts as a pendulum, swinging once a second|Lightweight stacking chair Grace, part of a wider outdoor range for Emu|The sturdy-looking Rock chair for Decode works on its own or in groups|&Tradition’s Hoof tables have feet that look like giant sharpened pencils|Cloak, an elegantly asymmetrical wood and metal table for Versus||
21 May 2014

Profile: bright ideas from Samuel Wilkinson

Words by Laura Snoad

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