Color Flow is a cabinet with a lenticular surface that can change its colour depending on your position and movement.

The small French production company newcomer, Bloomboom, unveils its first collection of graphic pop lamps, deliberately going against the trend for brass, wood and marble combinations.

Furniture Designer Sebastian Cox and Design Strategist Ninela Ivanova have collaborated on pieces of grown furniture, made using mycelium (fungus) and wood.

A new yoga-inspired range of tables – the Awkward Series – is the first collection of furniture designed by rising star Jonathan Mizzi.

After graduating, Robert van Embricqs developed a fascination for the complexity of the natural form. Finding inspiration in bone structure, plant life and movement, one question remained ever present in his mind: to what degree is the object you’re creating capable of dictating its own design? This led Robert to develop a minimalistic design approach that can best be described as a collaboration between designer and the used material.

Founded in February 2015, MySlouch is a quirky yet contemporary design company that celebrates the infinite possibilities of its extremely versatile Glow Fabric. Founded by Yvonne Slough, the idea of Glow Globe came from event organising and wedding decorating commissions abroad, for which outdoor functions stretching into the night were most popular.

As tennis fever floods Britain with a fortnight of the 2017 Wimbledon Championships, there’s no better way to embrace the occasion than with the new custom-made ‘Grass’ armchair from Bespoke Sofa London.

Here Elise Som talks about the inspiration behind the company's recently-launched technologically compatible, modular stool collection. Sacred Geo is manufactured using 95% recycled glass and 5% epoxy resin.

Cypriot Furniture Designer, Stelios Mousarris, designs some of the industry’s finest, imaginative furniture pieces. Far from the mundane flat-packed furniture of yesteryear, his quirky designs ooze creativity and innovation.

Lighting design has radically transformed since the introduction of ceiling-mounted chandeliers in the 15th century and today’s designs are not only fit for purpose, but are frequently used as statement centrepieces for interiors.

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