20. Wool Blankets from
The new ZigZagZurich 2018 Wool
Blankets Collection adds an exciting
new roster of artists from around the
globe, including Mexico-based artist
Daniel Barreto and the Swiss works
of Michele Rondelli and Sophie
Probst. Inspired by nostalgia, art
and graphics, the collection’s use
of twisted yarns gives a unique
melange color effect to the blankets,
which are woven with 100-percent
New Zealand wool.
21. Shaper 1800 from Eaton
The Shaper 1800 series of
architectural pendants makes
it easier to meet lighting design
requirements while staying on
budget by delivering decorative,
mix-and-match color options as
a standard. With over 3,000 color
combinations, the aesthetically
pleasing LED luminaires deliver
both uniformity and distribution
and deliver improved optical
performance to enhance a variety
of public spaces.
22. Tracking Magnet EVO from
The Tracking Magnet EVO system
is creative, flexible, reliable and
precise, carrying a 48-volt
electrical core that runs up,
around and across walls and
ceilings. The system uses magnets
as an attachment mechanism, in
which each light strip or fixture
can be easily re-positioned without
tools, connecting automatically by
touch to allow for a sleek design
and no exposed hardware.
23. Emulsion from Artaic
Emulsion is the latest collection
of fluid-inspired mosaics as part
of Artaic’s SPLASH! Collection.
Inspired by free flowing patterns
and rich textures of the spontaneous movements of water, SPLASH!
incorporates gentle lines to create
captivating forms. The new design
creates a stunning marbled mural,
with a mixed color palette that can
translate into any hospitality space.
Emulsion is made of vitreous glass
tiles and offered in seven colorways.
24. Tabula Table from Koleksiyon
Designed by Rainlight for Koleksiyon,
the Tabula easel table is inspired by
an artist’s easel and the simple idea
of bringing art into play. The table
is a writable surface that changes
the dynamic of a conversation from
a seated table setting to an active
idea sharing session when the table
is raised into an easel configuration
via a simple and user-friendly mechanism for raising and lowering the
table. The base is rotated to allow
the table to nestle out of the way.