Neotenic lamp among 17 new products on Design Showroom

Design Showroom: A table lamp designed to mimic the shape of cavatappi pasta is among 17 new products featured on Dezeen Showroom.

Neotenic lamp by Jumbo for Petite Friture

French design brand Petite Friture has collaborated with Brooklyn-based design studio Jumbo to launch the Neotenic lamp, which cues from the tightly curled form of cavatappi pasta.

The lamp’s spherical glass shade and ceramic body are handmade in Portugal and come in rich colors that emulate the hues of aubergines and tomato sauce.

The Neotenic lamp was recently featured on Dezeen Showroom, alongside a modular track lighting system that uses its construction features as decoration, and a table created in the same way that traditional Buddhist statues are made.

Read on to see more of the latest products:

Sculpture Casting Bronze table by Time & Style

Sculpture Casting Bronze table by Time & Style

Time & Style’s Sculpture Casting Bronze table is made using a Japanese metal casting process traditionally used in the creation of Buddhist statues.

The base is characterised by its rounded rectangular void and supports an elliptical oak tabletop.

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Track lighting installed above bar

Stant lighting system by Edmondo Testaguzza for Karman

German designer Edmondo Testaguzza created the Stant lighting system for Karman, which has modules that can be used as pendant lights or in sequence to cover large spaces.

The system’s construction features, including its electrical wiring, suspension wires, LED fixtures and connecting pins are all visible and come in both black and white colourways.

Find out more about Stant ›

Pink LXR16 sofa by Leolux LX in room with distressed brick walls

LXR16 sofa by Studio Truly Truly for Leolux LX

Dutch design studio Studio Truly Truly collaborated with furniture company Leolux LX to create the LXR16 sofa, which is characterised by its rounded features.

The sofa is raised slightly off the ground on short aluminum legs and has a deep seat and low-lying composition to instill a sense of relaxation.

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EFG seating collection

Hybe seating collection by Form Us With Love for EFG

EFG collaborated with Form Us With Love to create its Hybe seating range, which is intended for use in both workplace and educational settings.

The collection includes chairs and two-seater tandem seating that can be enclosed on three sides into booths, which are available on casters for manoeuvrability or swivel bases.

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Vertigo Fine collection by Jeffrey Ibañez for Impact Acoustic

Vertigo Fine collection by Impact Acoustic

Designer Jeffrey Ibañez and Swiss brand Impact Acoustic created the Vertigo Fine range, characterised by narrow vertical groove detailing that creates a pinstripe pattern across the surface.

The collection consists of two products – a wall panel and circular ceiling panel – both made from the brand’s Archisonic felt, which is crafted from recycled plastic bottles.

Find out more about Vertigo Fine ›

Wooden chair in a room at a wooden desk

DC10 chair by Inoda + Sveje for Miyazaki Chair Factory

Japanese furniture manufacturer Miyazaki Chair Factory designed the DC10 chair with design duo Inoda + Sveje to celebrate the natural qualities of wood.

The woven seat makes the chair lightweight, as does its finely carved frame that is characterised by sweeping lines and curves.

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Jetson office pod by Mute Design

Jetson office pod by Mute Design

Mute Design’s Jetson office pod is made from aluminum and can be assembled without tools.

Jetson is the most accessible example of acoustic workplace pods on the market in terms of price, delivery and assembly, according to the brand.

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Twill chair by Gibson Karlo for Designbythem

Twill chair by Gibson Karlo for Designbythem

Designbythem collaborated with Australian design studio Gibson Karlo to create the Twill chair, which is characterised by its unique legs and backrest that appear to be formed from pairs of solid wood cylinders.

“[Twill’s design] was inspired by plasticine strips and the repetition seen in twill weaves,” said the designers. “It creates a sense of ornament whilst creating strength in the legs and comfort in the backrest.”

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Hush screen by 3form

Hush screen by 3form

3form’s Hush screen is a versatile room-divider and acoustic panel that is made of 50 per cent post-consumer recycled PET plastic.

The screens are available in a range of perforated designs, including geometric patterned cut outs and natural motifs.

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Person laying tablecloth on table

Eterble fabric tablecloths by Eterble

Japanese tableware brand Eterble has released a collection of tablecloths that are made from discarded stained fabric from table coverings used in the events industry.

Eterble fabric tablecloths come in a range of neutral shades and trim designs, with some made from the brand’s repurposed fabric and others made from sustainable cotton.

Find out more about Eterble fabric tablecloths ›

Zoo Zoo by Narbutas

ZooZoo office furniture by Annie Lee for Narbutas

Workplace furniture manufacturer Narbutas collaborated with interior designer Annie Lee to create ZooZoo, a range of office furniture characterised by rounded profiles and dual uses.

The coffee table is higher than typical examples to facilitate impromptu meetings that take place in lounge areas, and the matching hollow pouf – which is the right size to be stowed beneath the table – seating as well as storage.

Find out more about ZooZoo ›

Photograph showing chair by window in rustic interior

Cadiero chair by Jérémie du Chaffaut for Midi

Jérémie du Chaffaut’s Cadiero chair for Midi is designed to celebrate the vernacular furniture design of the Provence region of the South of France.

Cadiero is handmade by local craftspeople and has a seat and backrest made from woven rye strawed from the banks of the Rhone.

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Floor with gray Rosa Persia tiles by Arklam

Rosa Persia tiles by Arklam

Rosa Persia tiles by Spanish company Arklam are designed to mimic stone and can be used to clad floors, counters and facades.

The tiles come in two sheet sizes and two thicknesses, and are suitable for use in both residential and commercial interiors.

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Link easy chair by Dan Ihreborn for Stolab

Link easy chair by Dan Ihreborn for Stolab

The Link easy chair, the product of Swedish furniture brand Stolab’s collaboration with designer Dan Ihreborn, represents the “link” between the history of Swedish furniture design and its future.

The chair is characterised by its winged armrests, which reference 1950s Scandinavian furniture – “[the chair] already feels like it is a future classic”, commented the brand.

Find out more about Link easy chair ›

Photograph showing a row of sensory pods in high-ceilinged room

Sensory Nook acoustic pods by Nook

Acoustic pod brand Nook has expanded its range of pods to include Sensory Nook, which integrates stimulating visual and tactile features that aim to cater to neurodiverse people.

Lighting, mirrors and vibrating seats help ease discomfort in challenging workplace and educational environments, according to the brand.

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Elsie wooden chair with armrests in a neutral-toned room

Elsie chair collection by Appareil Atelier

The Elsie chair collection, which was designed by Appareil Atelier in collaboration with Les Jardins de Metis, is characterised by the tubular top line of its frame.

It is available in two formats – with and without armrests – and is made from red oak timber sourced from forests in Quebec and crafted by local artisans.

Find out more about Elsie ›

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