Italian brand Lualdi has created a system of glass sliding doors and fixed panels called Shoin. The panels are designed to act as clear walls and entryways in order to delineate spaces and create welcoming environments.
The panels are made from six-millimetre-thick tempered glass fitted into an aluminium frame that comes in various woods, metals and matt lacquered colours. The glass panels are available in an array of styles such as fluted grey and extra-clear.
Shoin was featured on Dezeen Showroom this week, alongside products including a low-seated table with legless chairs and a hybrid chandelier with integrated greenery.
Read on to see the rest of this week’s new products…
Designers Amitha Madan and Agrim Singhal have created the Aayutha dining table and Kelir chair for Indian furniture brand Magari. The collection is informed by Tamil script’s distinctive fluid and geometric style.
The chair, which is named after Mogensen’s beloved farm, is composed of a tubular metal frame that comes in either black or chrome with a plywood seat and backrest.
The desks have a rounded tabletop that comes in lacquered walnut or oak, while the frame is made from tubular steel.
The two kitchen islands are united by a large table made of solid wood staves. The units have integrated features such as washing, cooking, food preparation sections, storage compartments and a hidden downdraft hood with a metal bar for hanging utensils.
The lighting is composed of iron rings that support spheres of light dotted around it. The second metal ring is designed to hold natural-looking artificial plants, which hang decoratively below the lighting.
The table features two wide copper columns and a curving tabletop with a mottled green and blue finish, which is created by combining different pigments through fire and oxidation.
The tiles have a hexagonal shape and come in a wide range of hues and finishes, including pearl, mustard-yellow, iridescent or matt. They have an anti-slip finish that is resistant to harsh chemicals, scratches and varying temperatures.
The stand, which can be used with laptops ranging from 11 to 16 inches, is designed to ease neck, back and eye strain to aid users in achieving healthier posture.
The hook has a simple parallelogram shape with smooth edges and is available in many finishes and patterns, including ones with three-dimensional geometric patterns.
The Shift double glass holder with shelf is also part of the wider Shift collection, which is available in a wide range of finishes and colours so that “the vision of the designer can be translated exactly into the final product of the bathroom that will be realised.”
The items are based on the signature monobloc form of the Shift collection in order to give them a cohesive identity.
Also part of Geesa and VanBerlo’s collection is the Shift toilet roll holder, which is customisable in a range of styles, finishes and patterns.
The item comes in four options including a single holder with or without a shelf and a double holder with or without a shelf.
The Shift 60-centimetre towel rail is available in an array of finishes including chrome, brushed stainless steel, brushed gold, brushed metal black or matt black.
The collection is intended for architects and interior designers working on contract projects such as hotel chains, cruise ships and villas that require a unified identity across bathroom accessories.
The Shift 45-centimetre towel rail is designed to be fixed perpendicular to the wall.
It is intended to hold small towels and is recommended for placement beside a basin.
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