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Flex Executive by Piergiorgio Cazzaniga for Andreu World is now available as a lounge with three backrest heights and two seat heights—meeting the demands of small and tall. Photography courtesy of Andreu World.

For added luxury, Andreu World’s Flex Executive by Piergiorgio Cazzaniga can be optioned with a walnut finish on the back. Photography courtesy of Andreu World.

The Parentesit wall panel by Lievore Altherr Molina for  made its debut in 2015, and quickly drew acclaim with its bold, graphic geometry. Now Parentesit is available in a freestanding version. Photography by Studio Marco Covi, courtesy of Arper.

Parentesit allows concentration or intimate conversation in shared workspaces. Photography by Studio Marco Covi, courtesy of Arper.

With a bent plywood back, BuzziFloat by Alain Gilles is ’s first foray into seating. Photography courtesy of BuzziFloat.

BuzziFloat by Alain Gilles for BuzziSpace, shown here with wood legs. Photography courtesy of BuzziFloat.

BuzziFloat by Alain Gilles for BuzziSpace is available with or without upholstery. Photography courtesy of BuzziFloat.

The high-backed TeamUp prototype armchair by BASF and ITO Design for  acts as a micro workstation, with both visual and acoustic shielding. Photography courtesy of Interstuhl.

TeamUp has a screen which can be opened or closed by folding away the side wings in a single movement. Photography courtesy of Interstuhl.

TeamUp can be pushed together for spontaneous seating groups of various size. Photography courtesy of Interstuhl.

The Diade ceiling partition by Monica Armani for  incorporates sound absorption and a linear LED light. Photography courtesy of Luceplan.

A detail of the Diade ceiling partition. Photography courtesy of Luceplan.

The Diade ceiling partition. Photography courtesy of Luceplan.

 launched six new versions of the shell-shaped Huma armchair by Mario Ruiz, which made its debut in 2015. Photography courtesy of Expormim.

The Huma armchair by Mario Ruiz for Expormim is now available with metal legs, a rotary system, solid wood instead of rattan legs, and a foam backrest. Photography courtesy of Expormim.

The Just chair by Iskos-Berlin for Normann Copenhagen is available in black-stained or natural-finished oak veneer. Photography courtesy of Normann Copenhagen.

The Just chair by Iskos-Berlin for Normann Copenhagen is available in black-stained or natural-finished oak veneer. Photography courtesy of Normann Copenhagen.

The Just chair by Iskos-Berlin for Normann Copenhagen. Photography courtesy of Normann Copenhagen.

The Virus picnic table by Dirk Wynants for  can seat two or up to five from an identical frame. Photography courtesy of Extremis.

The Virus picnic table. Photography courtesy of Extremis.

The Horizon task light by Peter Stathis and Michael McCoy for  draws from high-intensity micro-LEDs to produce a brighter, glare-free light. Photography courtesy of Humanscale.

The Horizon task light is available in eight bold hues. Photography courtesy of Humanscale.

The Horizon task light. Photography courtesy of Humanscale.

Part of the Workspace range, the seven bases and 18 tops making up the Tops & Bases table collection by move seamlessly from office to just about any indoor environment. Photography courtesy of Tom Dixon.

The Tops & Bases table collection can be arranged in 90 different combinations. Photography courtesy of Tom Dixon.

The Boom task light by Tom Dixon is inspired by draughtsman's and machinists lamps. Photography courtesy of Tom Dixon.

The Pacific chair by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby for  conceals all the mechanical components of ergonomic function with its distinctive backrest, extending past the seat. Photography courtesy of Vitra.

The padded backrest of the Pacific Chair comes in three different heights. Photography courtesy of Vitra.

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