Specsheet>Just-released furnishings feature neutral tones and primitive shapes

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Specsheet>Just-released furnishings feature neutral tones and primitive shapes

Norwegian designer Sigve Knutson showcased primitive, anthropomorphic objects during Milan Design Week in conjunction with Lebanon’s Carwan Gallery. (Courtesy Sigve Knutson)

With soft hues and organic shapes, the latest furniture and accessories take an all-natural approach.

(Courtesy Moooi)

Woody table
Marcel Wanders 
for moooi

The exuberant Dutch designer takes a playful turn with a portable wood side table imbued with the charm of a timid deer—the inspiration for the form.

(Courtesy Matter Made)

Puff Ball
Faye Toogood for Matter Made

Faye Toogood’s first full lighting collection emulates mushrooms with its rounded forms and earth-toned hues. To achieve this effect, Toogood used raw fiberglass and tumbled aluminum. In addition to the table lamp (shown), there is a wall sconce, floor lamp, and room divider.

(Courtesy Muuto)

Halves side table
MDMS Studio for Muuto

Canadian design collective 
MDMS joins the New Nordic club with an asymmetric side table. The piece is made from an acrylic-stone composite that calls to mind polished concrete.

(Photo by Lauren Coleman)

Catch Rock table light
Lindsey Adelman 
for Nilufar Gallery

The designer best known for her treelike glass-and-brass fixtures has branched out with a sculptural new table light that adds a granite block to the familiar material palette, with unexpected results.

(Courtesy Moroso)

Cloudscape chair
Diesel Living for Moroso

Part of a collection designed for casual entertaining, this slouchy seat with stonewashed linen invites users to sink into its relaxed form.

The classic hexagonal City Park Paver® by Unilock comes to life with the Umbriano® granite-like finish, creating a modern pixelated pattern.

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