Lap chairs in ash or powder-coated steel and polyester or wool-nylon by Mobiliario Auxiliar de Diseño.
Grand Elegance Ping-Pong table in tinted and transparent glass by Sport Enebe.
Jazz clock in alder and polished brass by Nomon.
Dome pendant fixture in beech by Bover.
You and Me benches and stools in iroko and powder-coated steel by RS Metal Games.
Atenas chairs in steel powder-coated red by Isi Mar.
Huelva rug in New Zealand wool and bamboo-silk by Now Carpets.
Firm: Natalie Sanzache. Designer: Natalie Sanzache. Product: Concrete Dream. Standout: Cast from a homemade concrete mixture, the swirling texture and colors of the pendant fixture’s interior draws inspiration from Marc Chagall artwork.
Firm: Frédérique Domergue. Designer: Frédérique Domergue. Product: Untitled 51. Standout: Wooden panels applied with zinc and bronze leaf perpetually evolve, since oxidation constantly transforms the metals.
Firm: Virginie Lobrot. Designer: Virginie Lobrot. Product: Temps Libre. Standout: Leather calmly covers the seat and back of the chair’s wooden frame, but turns totally flamboyant in the undulating arms.
Firm: Andrighetto & Miot. Designers: Jean-Charles Miot and Laetitia Andrighetto. Product: Followers. Standout: Ropes link float and buoy shapes in satin-finished blown glass, creating a maritime-minded sculpture.
Firm: Le Fil Rouge Paris. Designers: Sophie Ventura and Nanor Tutunjian. Product: Pluriels. Standout: Sycamore frames the screen’s pivoting panels covered in leather, stainless steel, and waxed cotton.
Firm: Valentine Herrenschmidt. Designer: Valentine Herrenschmidt. Product: La Vie Est Belle. Standout: The sculptor and calligrapher plies both trades by forming hammered brass into wall décor that looks like handwriting.
Firm: Venzon Lighting. Designer: Cris Venzon. Product: Cherry Blossom. Standout: Arranged in an organic pattern inspired by the Japanese version of its namesake flower, a chandelier’s hundreds of capiz shells are held aloft by pearled steel. Photography courtesy of Venzon Lighting.
Firm: Lija by That One Piece. Designer: Dice Ramirez. Product: Pamana Twine. Standout: Considerations of traditional looms yielded this geometric pendant fixture, which features dyed paper twine over an iron frame in three widths, from 35 to 59 inches. Photography courtesy of Lija by That One Piece.
Firm: Schema. Designer: Ségolène Aebi-Faye. Product: Àcôté. Standout: Zinc-coated iron wire is hand-formed into table lamps that appear ready for lift off. Photography courtesy of Schema.
Firm: Schema. Designer: Celia Gamboa Jiao. Product: Plump. Standout: The company founder has bent iron rods into a stool that forms a cage around a grid of powder-coated iron wire. Photography courtesy of Schema.
Firm: Schema. Designer: Budji Layug. Product: Octa Espalda. Standout: Zinc-coated iron wire is handwoven into a web of a side chair with a wrought-iron base. Photography courtesy of Schema.