H&D Hotlist #049: New design products, furniture and home accessories
Grid patterns are ideal for making small spaces appear larger, and this Graph tile collection does it with a modern twist, in modern shades and timeless designs. Choose from over 10 colour options for walls and floors. From far, the designs look understated; look closer and you’ll notice intricate lines that add character. Pair the tiles with furniture in bold forms and straight lines for a clean, sophisticated look.
The Graph tile collection is available at Hafary, 105 Eunos Avenue 3.
Home furnishing and artisanal decor retailer Wright & Smith is partnering luxury fashion and lifestyle brand Lane Crawford to launch their latest collection of furniture and accessories, including the Sibast No. 8 chair. Designed by Danish designer Helge Sibast in 1953, it looks timeless and modern with its iconic Y-shaped legs and seemingly floating seat. A touch of elegance is added, with its solid oak frame, and the upholstered wool seat.
German high-end home appliances brand Gaggenau has introduced the new Vario cooling 400 series – an all-in-one built-in system featuring a modular-style refrigerator, freezer, fridgefreezer and wine climate cabinet. Extremely sleek, it can seamlessly integrate with any kitchen design. When the door is opened, the machine reveals stainless steel interiors with anodised aluminium elements in dark anthracite.
The new Vario cooling 400 series is available at Gaggenau Experience Centre, Level 4, 11 Bishan Street 21.
Designed by founder Omer Arbel of Canadian sculptural lighting and light installation company Bocci, 21 – yes, that’s the name of this pendant lamp – is made of thin porcelain sheets draped over an inverted diff user made of sandblasted borosilicate glass. The result is a uniquely shaped LED lighting fixture that’s almost conical. Whether used as a singular sculpture, or in a cluster, 21 is a statement-making installation that’s unlike any other.