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Editor’s Picks: 8 New Products Catching Our Eye This Month

Granny Squares | clé
clé’s new Tile Drops series features limited-edition releases of tile inspired by what’s on the brand’s design radar — starting with “Granny Squares”. The granny square is having a big fashion moment, showing up on runways around the world. clé created a homage to this motif-of-the-moment in their signature handcrafted cement, featuring a modern, punchy palette of White, Black, Amsterdam, Teal, and Taro.

Karl Zahn for The Future Perfect
Karl Zahn is a product and furniture designer based in Brooklyn, New York. His work recalls a Danish influence, with its stark minimalism and functional ingenuity – and includes lighting, household products, decorative and experimental objects.

Encyclopedie wallpaper | Pierre Frey
Jules, 9 years old, is a budding artist who has been drawing fantastic birds since he was very young. Cold-water gulls, big-chinned spawning birds, crested sandies, miniature-headed kangolis and perched cuckoos are the fruit of his abundant imagination. The story of this young autistic boy, who communicates with joy and profusion through his creations, touched the Pierre Frey studio who have brought his art to life with the Encyclopedie wallpaper.

Lumiere Nuances Collection | Foscarini
Foscarini’s iconic Lumiere lamp by Rodolfo Dordoni makes a monochromatic return with their new Lumiere Nuances Collection. Mouth-blown glass lampshade shown here in Sahara.

Ombre Wallpaper | Brett Design for PROFILES
Since founding BRETT DESIGN in 2007, former fashion designer turned product designer, Brett Beldock has gained acclaim for her crisp, creative, yet off-beat approach to home furnishings and decor. This ombre wallpaper series for PROFILES is available in custom colors, sizing and applications.

Veranda Collection | Laboratorio Paravicini x Lisa Corti
The colorful world of Lisa Corti and the elegant craftsmanship of Laboratorio Paravicini meet for the first time in a new capsule collection of home textiles and ceramics. The freshness of linen and the unique color combinations – peacock green, magenta pink and gold peach – reflected both in the textiles and ceramics, create an extraordinary table setting.

“Boogie Woogie” | Tim Button for Nasiri Carpets
This rug combines contemporary design with ancient Mazandaran flat weaving technique. The inspiration originates from the region below the Caspian Sea, the Mazandaran Province in Iran, where these rugs have been woven for hundreds of years for in-house use. The name of the rug pays homage to Piet Mondrian whose abstract, primary-colored compositions inspired its design.

True Blue Vessel Lamp – Vol. 1 | Cathrine Raben Davidsen
Historical accounts, works of fiction and mythology, combined with personal memory, often form the point of departure for the work of Danish artist Cathrine Raben Davidsen. She constantly experiments with different artistic techniques in an artistic oeuvre that ranges wide from painting, drawing and ceramics to costumes and stage design. Her True Blue ceramic lamps, with their monochrome ultramarine pigment – inspired by pre-Columbian terracotta and ancient Japanese craft – are works of art, bearing a resemblance to Yves Klein.

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