This week’s product picks stick to designs from Europe. From chairs and desks to lights and building materials, we’ve picked the 6 great products you should be checking out.
A core value proposition of the Key chair – one of Frezza’s most popular products, is that it can be customized down to the smallest detail. From the bases and armrests to the backrest, the final result is a stunning Italian designed executive chair that is personalized to your design style. Key has a wide range of finishes and structures that can be used both in combined solutions or individually, along with three different height options.
Orangebox designs always reflect their human-centred design culture, and this can be seen in the AllowMe chair. Designed by Simon Dennehy and Phil Hamilton of Perch Design, it started with the question ‘How can we make a chair that beautifully mimics dynamic human movement?’. This new ergonomic chair improves comfort by promoting continuous low-threshold movement and active-dynamic sitting built around pelvic rotation and hip abduction. The backrest’s double helix geometry is certainly something to admire as well.
The STAND UP (performance class 1) standing aid is a funky alternative to tas chairs. With its clean lines and understated aesthetic effect, it introduces movement to our daily lives. Whether you are working at a height-adjustable desk or in a workshop – the standing aid offers intuitive operation and dynamic yet safe and stable standing.
This SL tile from Object Carpet is created by an innovative and exceptionally flat weaving technique. Due to this, it exhibits a modern, modest and extremely hard surface while maintaining the benefits of carpet flooring in terms of health and walking comfort. This collection is not only as durable and modest as hard floors but also ensures the proven advantages of a textile woven surface. A bonus is a contribution to improved room acoustics – up to 20% compared to other hard floors!
This minimal yet sophisticated glare-free luminaire from Ateljé Lyktan is ideal when soft ambient light is needed over conference tables, dining and café tables and reception desks but also as recessed in corridors and in public spaces. With its classic and neutral design, Vesper fits into both older and modern architecture
Classtone offers a contemporary collection of natural stone patterns with unrivalled attention to detail, richness in colour and advanced performance characteristics. Available in both matte and polished finishes, the Classtone collection mimics the real material but delivers enhanced resistance qualities, which guarantee a greater degree of performance and longevity.