Notable Schumacher Debut, Crosby Studios Collaboration with Yellowpop, and More



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The design world is in turmoil this week. Not only is Milan Design Week fast approaching, but many brands have released fall collections to celebrate the change of seasons. From trendy neon lights to ergonomic ocean-friendly office chairs, here are some highlights from the latest round of launches.

The Circle 01 LED neon sign by Crosby Studios at YellowpopCourtesy of Yellowpop

Design and architecture firm Crosby Studios has teamed up with interior design brand Yellowpop to launch a capsule collection of three neon art pieces. The collaboration combines the studio’s signature minimalist aesthetic with the vibrant look of neon LED technology, and it features three simple circle patterns (white, blue, or hot pink) that will project a colorful glow in any style of living room. piece – no painting required.

Left: The Coral Twig chandelier by Celerie Kemble for Arteriors Courtesy of Arteriors | Law: Dancer table lamp by Ray Booth in black at Arteriors Courtesy of Arteriors

Arteriors presented a vibrant fall assortment that includes a series of 24 pieces by an interior designer Celerie Kemble and a capsule collection from the creator Ray booth. The former features a striking selection of sculptural furnishings, including the biomorphic Coral Twig chandelier, while the latter features eight modernist-style decor pieces, such as the Danseuse table lamp, which is inspired by the artwork of Constantine Brâncuși.

Notable Schumacher Debut, Crosby Studios Collaboration with Yellowpop, and More

A student at Berea College makes one of Stephen Burks’ community baskets for Design Within Reach.Courtesy of Design Handy

Design Within Reach in partnership with an industrial furniture designer Stephen burks and Berea College in Kentucky on a new capsule collection created by the students. The handcrafted assortment, called Crafting Diversity, features a plethora of cool home decor pieces – think multi-colored placemats and Shaker-inspired trays and baskets – all handcrafted by students in weaving workshops, basketry, ceramics, carpentry and school broom making.

Notable Schumacher Debut, Crosby Studios Collaboration with Yellowpop, and More

The Exhaust chandelier by Buster + PunchCourtesy of Buster + Punch

British brand Buster + Punch have unveiled a striking pair of trendy, fully customizable chandeliers. The graphic exhaust fixture is inspired by the shape of motorcycle pipes, while Heavy Metal is designed with cascading exposed bulbs that cast a particularly ambient glow.

Notable Schumacher Debut, Crosby Studios Collaboration with Yellowpop, and More

Jean Nouvel’s Reflect series in metal for ReformCourtesy of Reform

Tapped architect of the Scandinavian kitchen brand Reform Jean Nouvel for its latest launch, Reflect. Available in black and metal, the sleek stainless steel design features ridged fronts and a reflective surface that gives it a shimmering, art deco-inspired glow.

Notable Schumacher Debut, Crosby Studios Collaboration with Yellowpop, and More

Nami Linen by Studio Four NYC (left to right) Imari, waves, bamboo and bronzeCourtesy of Studio Four NYC

Studio Four NYC has launched a thoughtful textile collection called Meiji. The artful assortment consists of printed fabrics, pillows and wallpapers inspired by late 19th century Japanese scrolls, including a scallop-style mosaic textile named Nami and a grass canvas wallcovering with a historic soldier motif.

Notable Schumacher Debut, Crosby Studios Collaboration with Yellowpop, and More

Wabi-Sabi birch wallpaper by Ricci StudiosCourtesy of Ricci Studios

Ricci Studio has released two new dream wallcovering collections called Riverbed and Wabi-Sabi. The former is a printed wallpaper with a deconstructed and digitally reassembled geometric pattern available in four different colourways, while the latter features a hand-painted design inspired by the Japanese aesthetic principle of asymmetry.

Left: The Bubble Glass pendant lamp in polished brass by Hector Finch Courtesy of Hector Finch | Law: The Hoffman lantern of the brand in bronze Courtesy of Hector Finch

British lighting company Hector Finch has released a stunning seven-piece capsule collection. The eye-catching assortment offers everything from geometric bronze hanging lanterns to antique brass scallop-edged wall sconces, and our personal favorite, the Bubble Glass pendant, which is carefully crafted using hand-blown air bubbles. to create a dotted effect.

Left: The Brooklinen x Pendleton Paths Blanket Courtesy of Brooklinen | Law: Brooklinen Color Field Wool Throw Courtesy of Brooklinen

New York-based bedding brand Brooklinen has launched three new styles of comfy blankets just in time for fall. The Paths blanket is a colorful collaboration with Pendleton, while the maximalist Color Field and Honeycomb textured wool throws are made in Germany in a century-old family factory.

Notable Schumacher Debut, Crosby Studios Collaboration with Yellowpop, and More

The Liberty Ocean chair by HumanscaleCourtesy of Humanscale

Ergonomic office furniture brand Humanscale has launched a truly eco-friendly chair named Liberty Ocean. Comprised of 2 pounds of recycled fishing nets, the sustainably crafted chair directly supports the cleanliness of oceans and marine life by removing (and reusing) harmful plastic mesh from the water.

Notable Schumacher Debut, Crosby Studios Collaboration with Yellowpop, and More

Some of the personal sketches that inspired Caroline Z Hurley’s Aquinnah Hand Block and Meadow Rock fabrics for SchumacherCourtesy of Schumacher

Schumacher teamed up with a Brooklyn-based textile artist and designer Caroline Z Hurley for a free-spirited collection called A Flower a Day. The selection includes 17 new wall coverings and 20 fabric prints by the meter developed from the designer’s pandemic ritual of drawing a single flower each day in her sketchbook. Our current favorite is the whimsical Meadow Rock design, available in six earthy colourways.

Front photo: Fabrics by Caroline Z Hurley for Schumacher (left to right): Meadow Rock in natural, Katama in black and Inkwell Hand Block in natural | Courtesy of Schumacher


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