19 Product Highlights From London Design Festival 2016

British designer Bethan Gray’s Shamsian Collection comprises three tables and a cabinet.

The pieces are made using vibrant materials such as turquoise-stained maple veneer, brass, and pearlescent shell inlay.

Made up of six patterns, the new WOOD series by Studio Job for tile brand Bisazza is a contemporary take on classic parquet. 

Studio Job pairs natural tones with vibrant colors, 3-D geometries, laser-engraved animal skeletons, and  trompe l'oeil. Photography by Dennis Brandsma.

Called Split Shift, this new collection of encaustic tiles and fabric designs are the result of a collaboration between independent London design label Darkroom and design brand Bert & May.

UK studio Solomon & Wu presented its mesmerizing surfaces collection at Decorex.

Martyn Thomspon debuted the Rock Pool collection—a series of ocean-inspired abstract fabrics woven in 100% cotton on a jacquard loom.

Charlotte Frances introduced a new range of seven flora and fauna-filled wallpapers.

Southeast London furniture maker Sebastian Cox presented Bayleaf, a handmade timber furniture collection inspired by the timber frames of medieval houses.

Traditional hand caning provided the starting point for these new furniture pieces by Amsterdam studio Jonghabel called Matmatic.

The chair and stool are the result of experimenting with traditional rattan techniques.

London design studio Pinch returned to this year’s Decorex fair with a strong showing of furniture and lighting.

New pieces include a dresser, an elegant console, upholstered dining chairs, and a beautifully crafted drinks cabinet.

London- and Beirut-based designer Sara Jaafar of 1 millimetre presented new pieces at Adrem Dreamspace gallery. Photography by Arthur Woodcroft.

The Broken Slab table was inspired by the new soulless towers that are replacing old, demolished buildings in Beirut. Photography by Arthur Woodcroft.

The leather arms of Lucy Kurrein’s Rondo armchair for Italian brand Molinari are based upon the shape created when a boxer grabs a punch bag in between blows

Austria- and Mexico-based David Pompa Studio incorporate traditional Mexican crafts and techniques into their tile and lighting designs. The Hielo pendant lamp is hand-painted by Puebla artisans.

Showcased on the British craft pavilion, Marcin Rusak’s Flora lamp features intricate processed flowers set into black resin.

A sand-blasted mouth-blown glass globe diffuser appears to perch precariously on the patinated brass structure.

Fredrikson Stallard’s show-stopping Glaciarium chandeliers for Swarovski were built using crystal components developed by the design duo specifically for use in lighting. Photography by Mark Cocksedge.

The new components will now be available for other artists to buy and use in their creations. Photography by Mark Cocksedge.

Anglo Italian design team Giopato & Coombes showcased a display of colorful Murano glass LED pendant lamps called I Flauti.

Viennese lighting brand KAIA presented a trio of new lighting concepts including the ETU, a spherical laboratory glassware–inspired pendant.

Marker is the latest addition to Barber & Osgerby’s Hotaru lantern collection. Photography courtesy of Twentytwentyone.

Designer, hotelier, and restaurateur Anouska Hempel has created a series of architectural marble accessories for Natural Stone specialist Lapicida.

Alba is a whisky set by American designer Joe Doucet for Turkish glassware brand nude.

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