-- Interior Design, 6/17/2009 12:00:00 AM
Stone Source Dechirer
Patricia Urquiola leaves an impression with her Déchirer porcelain stoneware. Sporting a patchwork of subtle patterns, the collection is meant to resemble traces of old reliefs and striations left in concrete. The large-scale tiles are suitable for wall applications and high-traffic floors, and come in four different sizes; five muted colors are available.
Tambient Style L231
Style L231 uses energy-efficient T5 lamping, and can mount just about any furniture system. Its GlowLine feature, a backlit colored accent strip, adds visual interest.
If it's time to get organized, the D3420 ten-piece desk set will help you get with it. Made from chocolate-brown top-grain leather, the set includes everything from a business card holder to a desk pad.
Capri Cork Pick-up-Strips
Staggered strips of contrasting shades are hand-laid to form the pattern of Pick-up-Strips, an addition to the company's Mediterra Cork line. Available in two sizes, it contributes to LEED credits.
Sugatsune America MFS Series
The MFS Series sliding door rail system provides a unique slide and push combination that allows multiple doors—in glass, mirror, or wood—to slide over each other, and then push closed to present a flush appearance.
David Austin Wall Street
The design of Wall Street is based on the premise that the computer is the center of productivity and collaboration. The desk's top incorporates a curved diagonal path in front of the computer screen, offering space for up to five collaborators to view it.