Our favorite new materials and furnishings for the home, drawn from London’s Surface Design Show and more:
Above: Swedish lighting brand Wästberg partnered with London firm Industrial Facility on a new collection of warehouse-inspired pendant lights, called w162 Dalston. Cords, shades, and pendants in a variety of materials and colors make for more than 1,000 customizable combinations.
Above: Swedish acoustic resources brand Baux launched a new collection inspired by bricks, parquet flooring, and woodwork. Called Plank, the natural-hued acoustic tiles are made from wood, cement, and water.
In February, Canadian laminate maker Arborite launched its Maison collection of laminate surfaces for the home. Its newest line, called Welcome Home, replicates the look of granite, quartz, and sandstone.
Above: Swedish designer Monica Förster and Danish furniture company Erik Jørgensen have furthered their collaboration with a new coffee table, joining the designer’s sofa and armchair in the Savannah collection. The table is available in two sizes and several wood finishes with a wood or granite top.
Above: Herman Miller commissioned Australian designer Charles Wilson to create a combination dining table and desk. The resulting Carafe Table has drawers for storing tableware and office goods, plus dedicated spots for charging devices and cables.