10 well-known and up-and-coming designers, including Patricia Urquiola and Deborah Berke, showcase their latest products.
Designer: Cyril Dundera
Standout: The Czech designer’s pendant fixture references the 1970s round tiles in Prague’s metro, the flame-worked borosilicate-glass globe punctuated by concave hemispheres in an iridescent finish.
Standout: Emblematic of the Interior Design Hall of Famer’s yen for experimentation and upcycling, the hand-knotted rug is made of sustainably dyed Himalayan wool plus silk cast off from sari production.
Designer: Daria Vasilkova
Standout: A cabinet topped by an opening for live plants is bedecked in ceramic tiles illustrated with the Russian designer’s ironic reworkings of USSR propaganda posters.
Designers: Enrico Fratesi and Stine Gam for Hay
Standout: Inspired by a torso twisting, the surprise function of GamFratesi’s lounge chair is the 360-degree swivel of the seat, which is set upon legs of oak or powder-coated or chromed steel.
Designer: Arthur Casas
for +55 Design
Standout: The walnut sideboard by the Studio Arthur Casas founder and Interior Design Hall of Famer is faced with mirror-finished stainless-steel doors inset with large and small concave circles.
Designers: Utharaa L Zacharias and Palaash Chaudhary of Soft-Geometry
Product: Elio #8
Standout: Capped by a luminous globe, the table lamp’s stacked resin base cast in a textured silicone mold evokes sugar-dusted sweets.
Designer: Leo Aerts of Alinea Design Objects
Product: Angelo M
Standout: The Belgian architect’s minimalist pedestal table is available in nine honed, polished, or brushed stones, including red travertine, as a circle or an oval, and in six sizes.
Designer: Deborah Berke Partners
for Warp & Weft
Product: Dawn 1
Standout: For Deborah Berke Partners, founded by principal and Interior Design Hall of Famer Deborah Berke, natural light is akin to a building material, a concept translated into a wool-silk rug, part of her firm’s first-ever product line.