7 Designers Introduce Industrial Products

These seven noteworthy designers launch exciting industrial products into the marketplace. 

Designers: Alex Proba for Wallpaper Projects

Product: Projects N.1

Made in: Brooklyn, New York

Standout: The Studio Proba founder pairs with the boutique maker to create an evocative series of type II vinyl wall coverings distinguished by dynamic collaged patterns.

Designers: Kate Casey of Peg Woodworking

Product: Zetlin

Made in: Brooklyn, New York

Standout: Classical columns and the 1964 world’s fair New York State
Pavilion observation towers were the inspirations behind these marble-top cocktail tables with bleached or ebonized ash bases.

Designers: Alex Brokamp of Alex Brokamp

Product: Handle With Care

Made in: Los Angeles

Standout: The designer’s table riffs on the plebian pallet, with a mirror-polish aluminum base supporting low-iron-glass boxes, printed with a chipboard effect and shipping crate labels.

Designers: Dylan Davis and Jean Lee of Ladies & Gentlemen Studio

Product: Myrna

Made in: Seattle

Standout: The jaunty tilt of a wide-brimmed hat worn by 1930s screen siren Myrna Loy sparked the Brooklyn studio’s blackened-aluminum light fixture, with a sliding counterweight that adjusts the shade up or down.

Designers: Fredrik Färg and Emma Marga Blanche for Bernhardt Design

Product: High Noon

Made in: Henderson, North Carolina

Standout: From Färg & Blanche’s A Stitch in Time collection, a textile interweaving cotton, recycled nylon, and rayon has a dotted-circle pattern referencing Swedish crispbread.

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