The tiles, which are intended for office environments, are made of solution-dyed nylon and come in a palette of 12 different colours and designs, including ones informed by historical flooring materials such as hewn stone and jute.
Rudiments was featured on Dezeen Showroom this week, alongside products including pendant lights that mimic the appearance of raindrops and a handwoven lounge chair with shaggy fibres draped over its backrest.
Read on to see the rest of this week’s new products:
The chair is distinguished by two back legs made from Canaletto walnut or ash wood, described by Scarpa as “sister legs”, that offer structural strength and lead seamlessly into the enveloping backrest.
The shelves, which are made from wood and steel, can be configured into a myriad of arrangements including asymmetrical, tall or wide designs to enable flexibility and versatility when designing spaces.
The lounge chair is made from natural fibres, such as cotton tape yarn, linen, hemp, silk and wool, which drape over the backrest and down to the floor.
The rugs feature vivid, colourful geometric patterns and are made from 100 per cent wool. The Sool rug has a light, flat-woven textured surface, while the Kubb rug has a thick and fluffy finish.
The collection is available in three options. All reference stones found throughout Europe, such as grey stone from southeast Switzerland and crema luna marble found in Spain and France.
The sofa features a frame with folded planes of solid Australian steel and aluminium that contrasts the soft and cosy upholstery, which is available in a range of Kvadrat or Febrik fabrics.
The collection, which is available in light gold, pink gold or black gold finishes, is made of stainless steel and coated in a thin-film coating that enhances its durability against acid solvents, saline corrosion and environmental damage.
The tiles, which are intended for use on both walls and floors, are available in either a square or hexagonal shape and come in a palette of five earthy colours including deep green and sand.
The seating, which is available in 16 colours including ochre brown and sand yellow, features large, plush cushions and distinctive rounded armrests with a tubular steel base.
The lights are composed of blown pyrex glass, brass and steel and are available in an array of colours ranging from matte silver to antique bronze for the base, while the glass pendants come in clear, black or amber hues.
Crystal Shell is a cymbal-shaped pendant light that was informed by carapaces from sea creatures found on the beaches of Northern Israel and created by Shakúff.
The light is composed of surplus pyrex glass that has been crushed and then blown into a clam-like shape, resulting in a crackled finish with irregular edges.
Kadur Drizzle is Shakúff’s collection of orb-shaped pendant lights informed by snowglobes “filled with soft rain”.
The lights, which are made from molten pyrex glass, are composed of two concentric orbs that have been hand-blown with drizzled patterns designed to evoke the appearance of drops of water.
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