Belgian design brand Studio Plastique has created a collection of A-shaped step stools made out of underutilised species of timber. The +52 stool can be made out of elm, koto, willow, acacia and birch and all variations feature information about the wood etched onto the side.
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The Storage systems are customisable and are available with updated doors that can be finished in straw, fabric, leather and wood.
The table is made from a choice of oak or blackwood and comes in two formats – one with a circular top and one with an irregular, biomorphically shaped top.
New Zealand studio Formway collaborated with design brand Noho on a stackable chair made from nylon that is extracted from castor bean plants.
The Lightly chair comes in five colours and can be used both indoors and outdoors.
Industrial designer Robin Rizzini worked with Italian brand Pedrali to create a large metal table suitable for both homes and office spaces.
The Frank table has two bowed legs and a broad tabletop and comes in a selection of colours, including reflective red and blue finishes.
Spanish brand Wow Design has created an I-shaped tile intended for creating lattice-like walls.
Icon tiles are made from terracotta and have a matte red-brown finish, with other colours available upon request.
Camouflage, Breccia Sarda and Palissandro White join the rest of the available patterns, which all evoke the textures and colours of naturally quarried stone.
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