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Furniture Highlights: July 2018

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Your first look at furniture so new it's not even on the website yet, including new materials & new showroom samples. Get in touch with the team for more product details.

Komondoro Lounge Chair

Komondoro Lounge Chair

Barta Lounge Chair

Barta Lounge Chair

June Lounge Chair

June Lounge Chair

Daisy

Daisy

Cocktail Barstool

Cocktail Barstool

Frida Barstool

Frida Barstool

Frida Side Chair

Frida Side Chair

Petra

Petra

Cruise

Cruise

Madrid Sofa

Madrid Sofa

Valencia Sofa

Valencia Sofa

Verona Sofa

Verona Sofa

Lord

Lord

Maya

Maya

Orb

Orb

Iris

Iris

Tina Sofa

Tina Sofa

Tulip

Tulip

Paul

Paul

Avalon

Avalon

Ritz

Ritz

New materials

Millboard

millboard

Millboard is mainly used as decking but also works well as a table top material. The material is inspired by the beauty of nature but built to outperform it. Unlike conventional composite decking, it is moulded from selected timbers and hand-coloured in authentic tones. As a result, it looks exceptionally like real wood, but doesn’t rot, retains high slip-resistance even when wet, and requires little maintenance other than a simple wipe clean, so is great for outdoor use.

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Foresso

Solomon & Wu develop new materials for interior design. Foresso is a material similar to terrazzo, initially designed for wall panelling but which also works really well on table tops. Foresso is made from wood chips, epoxy resin and cement, and despite being on the pricey side is sealed with lacquer so should not stain & mark like terrazzo. Foresso was inspired by offcuts seen stacked in a carpentry workshop. It celebrates the variety and beauty of end grain timber. The Azure Mono pictured is made from British Oak in a pale blue binder.

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By Paula Stanbridge-Faircloth Paula Stanbridge-Faircloth on 31/07/18 11:20
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