October 2, 2020

10 Fresh Product Launches

See what’s new on the market for residential design.

Designers: Michaele Simmering and Johann Pauwen 
of Kalon Studios

Product: Rugosa

Standout: Sugar pine planks, linen upholstery, and feather fill coalesce into sustainable, laid-back furnishings inspired by a Rhode Island beach house in the designers’ family for generations.

Designer: Nani Marquina 
of Nanimarquina

Product: Telares

Standout: Offered in Ebony, Fog, Indigo, Pine, and Carmine, the rustically irregular rug in Afghan wool (with curly fringing) is produced via an innovative combo of kilim and dhurrie techniques.

Designers: Louise Sigvardt and Marcus Hannibal 
for Radnor

Product: Pillar

Standout: The Copenhagen-based founders of newly formed Bunn Studio pair a Rojo Alicante marble tabletop with a bleached maple base that can be swapped for ebonized or natural finishes.

Designer: Merve Kahraman 
of Merve Kahraman Products & Interiors

Product: Cassini

Standout: Named for a Saturn space probe, a floor lamp by the Tom Dixon and Tord Boontje alum rings rattan around a white-glass sphere, levitating on a wiggly frame painted iridescent green.

Designer: Morgane Roux-Lafargue 
of Atelier Ave?us

Product: Scottie

Standout: This powder-coated steel chandelier is the studio’s take on sexily sinister versions found in Alfred Hitchcock films set in manorial houses—like his 1940 classic, Rebecca.

Designer: Mili Suleman 
of Kufri

Product: Tesuque

Standout: The Dallas-based designer, whose line provides employment for women and aging weavers in her native India, debuts handwoven linen textiles in prints inspired by the New Mexico landscape.

Designer: Adam Court 

Product: Repose

Standout: Stretching out like a languid, reclining body, a sinuously free-form sofa created for a private client’s coastal villa is now available in the U.S. exclusively through StudioTwenty- Seven.

Designer: Jonah Meyer 
of Sawkille Co.

Product: Rosehill

Standout: Crafted in New York’s Hudson Valley, the artist/designer’s ebonized American walnut credenza with mustard-yellow leather fronts and blackened-steel legs melds a modernist body with a traditional base.

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