The lamp is made from recycled PET, which has been 3D pressed into an oversized dome-shaped mould with ridges to form the felt shade.
Fost PET Felt was featured on Dezeen Showroom this week, alongside products including a clay plaster that acts as a carbon sink and a folding bookcase that doubles as a room divider.
Read on to see the rest of this week’s new products:
The flooring combines the craftsmanship and materiality of Japanese Sashiko stitching with Bolon’s traditional weaving techniques. It is made from a mixture of recycled and new materials, which creates a patch-like pattern.
The collection, which is distinguished by the interplay of opal and smoky-textured glass, is composed of glass domes that are mounted to oblong glass modules, which are affixed to linear brass plates.
The chair is composed of a sculpted seat and backrest made of ply and has a supporting solid wood frame, which comes in three finishes including black-painted ash wood, walnut and white oak.
The chair has a minimalist silhouette and is composed of an upholstered foam shell seat supported by tubular stainless or blackened steel legs.
The collection, which is characterised by elegant, monolithic forms, is made from an array of natural materials such as marble and wood, as well as high-performance compound materials to enhance their durability and resistance.
The light, which can be hung on its own or combined to form larger constellations, is handmade with a material that Pholc describes as having a likeness to the “fragility and lightness of rice paper”.
The table lamp, which is defined by its bell-shaped form, comes in a wide selection of colours including bright red, forest green and baby pink, with a shiny gloss finish.
The plaster is named after the artisanal Japanese plastering technique of the same name. Straw, clay and plaster are combined to give the material more flexibility and moisture resistance, as well as acting as a carbon sink.
The bookcase, which doubles as a room divider, is defined by its angular form and sleek lines. It has a diagonal structure that bears six shelves and comes in goose-beak orange or grey.
The swivel armchair features a tubular backrest and seat padded with polyurethane foam and polyester wadding. It comes in the choice of fabric or leather coatings and can be finished in polished chrome or painted in a wide range of colours.
Also designed by Perriand in the mid-1950s is Nuage à Plots, a modular shelving system that comes as a freestanding unit or as a wall-mounted version.
The storage system, which is designed to be used as a bookshelf, has a minimalist form made up of horizontal shelves and vertical curved aluminium structures connected by tie rods.
The desk has a curving form, rounded edges and a small footprint. It has been updated for professional use with the addition of cable passages and power units.
Cassina has updated postmodern architects and designers Afra and Tobia Scarpa’s Soriana seating range, which was originally designed in 1969.
The plush seating, which comprises long sofas and short armchairs, is made from 100 per cent recycled blown fibre padding made from PET.
The chair has a low-slung teak frame and is padded with cushions made from recycled PET fibre, while woven cords are threaded into the backrest of the seat to offer support.
Exord Pro is an ergonomic and body-supporting chair created by American designer Jeffrey Bernett for Cassina.
Intended for residential and office spaces, the chair comes in two versions: a high-back swivel chair or an automatic return armchair, both of which are available in a range of fabrics and leathers.
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