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Flask, Diesel Living with Lodes line by Lodes


Flask is one of three new lighting designs for the collaboration between lifestyle brand Diesel and Lodes. The blown glass lamps combine a matt outer with a glossy inner for a metallic look, while their shapes are inspired by the glassware found in science labs. lodes.com


7 Tramoggia


By Giuseppe Arezzi This reinterpretation of a Cassapanca chest or storage bench replaces the heft of its historical counterpart with lightweight 1.5mm- sheet steel built around a pyramid shape. Tramoggia is available in two sizes, and is suitable for both outdoor and indoor use.


giuseppearezzi.com | greatdesign.fr


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Ricochet by KI Responding to evidence that physical activity improves cognitive development, this stool gets students to ‘wiggle & wobble’ aided by a non-slip thermoplastic base suitable for all floors, and steel weighting for stable rocking. The lightweight, stackable, polypropylene design comes in four heights. kieurope.com


9 Fat & Slim


by Alain Gilles for Faïencerie de


Charolles x Fermob A material-led


collaboration bringing together earthenware and metal expertise in a graphic juxtaposition of volumes: the name Fat & Slim refers to the rounded base with the light ‘floating’ top of these side tables. fdcfrance.com | fermob.com | alaingilles.com


10 NY+LON Streets by Interface Designer David Oakey took inspiration from the anti-slip surfaces, glass vault lights and distressed metal plates of the streets of New York City and London for Interface’s latest carpet tile collection. The tiles use the new CQuest Bio backing, and is made with net carbon negative materials. interface.com


7. MELISSA CARNEMOLLA


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