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    On A Roll: New Products June 2012

    Moroso_market_620121. Take a Soft Line for a Walk by Moroso. This popular lounger, always lean and mean, has now been beefed up by stuffing padding beneath the Kvadrat upholstery. 39-0432-577111; moroso.it.
















    star_market_62012 2. Star by Gaia & Gino. With an architect’s limited-edition vessels, Swarovski Elements crystals line copper folded origami-style. Wabnitz Editions, 614-818-1446;
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    molletta_market_62012 3. Molletta by Riva Industria Mobili. Michela and Paolo Baldessari embraced pop art by supersizing a clothespin into a bench in solid cedar. 39-031-733094; riva1920.it.























    broom_market_620124. Broom by Emeco. Swept-up sawdust combines with reclaimed polypropylene in the composite molded to form this stacking chair. 800-366-5951; emeco.net.





















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    stewie_market_620125. Stewie by Foscarini. Reinventing the floor lamp, freestanding sculptures in expanded polyethylene steal the name of a precocious character from Family Guy. 39-041-5953811; foscarini.com.
















    Goccia_market_62012 6. Goccia by Lea Ceramiche. Textural tiles in ceramic clearly prove that a musician-turned-designer still knows how to get a groove on. 704-522-6300;  ceramiche.it.



















    waterfall_market_62012 7. Waterfall by Driade. Patrik Frederikson and Ian Stallard mold fiberglass into a fluid abstraction of a table, then paint it orange, gold, blue, or burgundy. 39-0523-818660; driade.it.



































    Medici_market_62012 8. Medici by Mattiazzi. Paying homage to both comfort and carpentry, this angular chair can be specified in Douglas fir, walnut, or outdoor-worthy thermo-treated ash. Herman Miller, 616-654-3000;  hermanmiller.com.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     



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