A lamp inspired by river stones, a rug dyed a soft mountain pink, a bedroom collection evocative of the outdoors: exciting products selected by Houses magazine’s editors.
The P.O. Light by Canadian designer Calen Knauf has an understated, elegant presence that celebrates a source of light rather than a lamp itself. The P.O. is designed to nestle behind objects and furniture so that it can illuminate, not dominate, an interior space.
The new Kamen collection proves that elegance doesn’t have to mean softness. Each product in the collection, which comprises levers, cabinet knobs and pull handles, features a powerful knurling pattern that is as pleasing to the touch as it is to the eye.
Frame Living System
Designed by Justin Hutchinson for Kett, Frame Living System integrates storage and technology into a seamless furniture solution. The sustainable and health-conscious system contains no formaldehyde, phenols, solvents, PVC or melamine.
Pampa Mini rug collection
Pampa has launched a new collection of Mini rugs in desert colourways inspired by journeys across Argentina to meet with artisan weavers. Terracotta hues meet with dusty mountain pinks in traditional patterns and motifs that bring comfort and warmth to any space.
Vipp coffee table
Danish design company Vipp is expanding its range of furniture with high-quality coffee tables that come in two sizes. The tabletop, which can be made from either marble or dark oak, appears to float above the spare yet sturdy three-legged steel frame.
Sparkbrook brass hooks and handles
Armac Martin’s Sparkbrook collection is made from solid brass with a machined diamond knurl that provides a glamorous, contemporary industrial look. The range comprises a knob, a T-bar handle, three sizes of cabinet pulls and an appliance pull available in a variety of finishes.
Lang Mursten brick series
Exquisitely crafted, long-format Danish bricks represent the perfect fusion of cutting-edge design and practical functionality. These soft-moulded, tastefully proportioned bricks are available in eight new colours, including ‘Jacobsen’ (pictured).
The Pebble series from Andlight draws its inspiration from nature, celebrating the natural beauty of river stones. Translucent glass shapes come together to create pendants and wall lamps that seem to shapeshift when viewed from different angles.
Published online: 25 Jun 2020
Words: AAU Products
Houses, February 2020