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Material experimentation drives  in his Rotterdam studio. His Aero collection of LED pendant lights rely on copper mesh, which acts both as passive cooling element and lampshade. Aero is available in nickel, copper, and patinated finishes. Photography courtesy of David Derksen Design.

The Aero pendant light by David Derksen Design. Photography courtesy of David Derksen Design.

The larch veneer Grid Space dividers by David Derksen Design can be fitted out with LED lamps or sound-absorbing acoustic foam. Photography by Ronald Smits, courtesy of David Derksen Design.

The Grid Space dividers by David Derksen Design. Photography by Ronald Smits, courtesy of David Derksen Design.

To harvest what they say is "poetry and technology, fun and functionality," Tanya Repina and Misha Repin of Moscow-based turned to a widely available and rapidly renewable resource with a distinctive spicy scent: pine needles. Their sustainable, sound-absorbing EO acoustic panels are formed from pine needles collected in Russian forests and meshed together with biodegradable binder. Photography courtesy of Aotta Studio.

EO acoustic panels by Aotta Studio. Photo courtesy of Aotta Studio.

Tanya Repina and Misha Repin of Aotta Studio. Photography courtesy of Aotta Studio.

A background in carpentry influences their durable products, say Miriam Franken and Friedrich (Fritz) Gerdes, founders of German design studio . Case in point, Swap_to, a modular armchair and sofa system with eye-arresting sky blue upholstery. Photography courtesy of Fritz und Franken.

The Swap_to seating collection by Fritz und Franken can be extended from a single armchair to sitting area with extension elements such as a table, stool, and armrest. Photography courtesy of Fritz und Franken.

The reversible, removable, and washable wool-blend upholstery on the Swap_to seating collection by Fritz und Franken is from Kvadrat. Photography courtesy of Fritz und Franken.

The Dish_up dining table by Fritz und Franken. Photography courtesy of Fritz und Franken.

Miriam Franken and Friedrich (Fritz) Gerdes, founders of Fritz und Franken. Photography courtesy of Fritz und Franken.

“All my work starts with function," says architect , who founded her atelier in Aarhus, Denmark, before finishing her degree. She designed the Arkiton candelabra as a growing cast-brass object that can be hooked together with other Arkitons. Photography courtesy of Mette Schelde.

 

The LED Trio Sphere pendant by Mette Schelde is rendered in brass. Photography courtesy of Mette Schelde.

First launched in 2012, the aluminum, brass, and steel Planet Lamp by , available through , now has a new hue—electric blue. Photography courtesy of Please Wait to be Seated.

Mette Schelde. Photography courtesy of Please Wait to be Seated.

Industrial designer Chihong Chuang, founder of , credits fragments of his life in China for many of his pieces. A barely-there frame on the F (Float) barstool allows its seat to hover in space from certain angles. A shelf under the seat provides surface for objects such as magazines and books. Photography courtesy of Chihong Casa.

His wall-mountable painted-steel M tissue box, available in light gray, black, pink, dark blue, and mint green, has a v-curve on its surface. Photography courtesy of Chihong Casa.

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