The Provence pattern has a lush richness not usually found in contract fabrics. We see it in hospitality and more traditional corporate environments as statement upholstery. Our favorite colorways are Papaya and Moss.
Cappellini has introduced this artful assemblage of glass globes by Johan Lindstén. The design was inspired by his need to find beauty in the devastation of the nuclear meltdown in Fukushima Japan.
Stylish, well designed Levity LED task light meets in-worksurface power supply – beautifully and sustainably.
How do you improve on a classic? Create the new ‘White Hot’ white ash and pearl leather Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman. A winner from Herman Miller.
This elegant wall fixture by Leucos is as much a work of art as a light source. Laguna is made from amber or white glass with gold foil and glass beads. But this beauty is also ADA compliant.
The new Science Matters Collection by Laura Guido-Clark for Pallas is a winner. The rich colors and intricate patterns reference water, the human genome and other organic elements. As you would expect, these fabrics are sustainable and high performance too.
Sina Pearson introduces a sophisticated textile collection inspired by mid-century Italian modernist designers.
3form now has a film material for walls that can be removed and reapplied to glass. Check out the dynamic colors and great patterns.