8 New Products to Watch at NeoCon 2017

Horizontal Bar by David Hamlin for FilzFelt.

1. Designers:
David Hamlin for .

Product: Horizontal Bar.

Standout: The Submaterial founder’s acoustical panels are enlivened by raised dashes strewn across a solid ground, all in wool felt.

Arcos by Alberto Lievore and Jeannette Altherr for Arper.

2. Designer:
Alberto Lievore and Jeannette Altherr for .

Product: Arcos.

Standout: Art deco archways inspired the newly formed Lievore Altherr’s lounge collection in matte-lacquered cast aluminum and wool-nylon.

Pinnacle by Iris Wang for Brentano.

3. Designer:
Iris Wang of .

Product: Pinnacle.

Standout: Repeating triangles channel Arabian murals for indoor-outdoor fabrics combining Sunbrella solution-dyed acrylic and polyester.

River Snake by Mac Stopa for Sandler Seating.

4. Designer:
Mac Stopa for .

Product: River Snake.

Standout: Ribbed modules in weatherproof polyurethane, fortified by steel, gang together to form Massive Design’s appropriately large seating element.

All Plastic by Jasper Morrison for Vitra International.

5. Designer:
Jasper Morrison for .

Product: All Plastic.

Standout: The chairs’ polypropylene may appear to be one color, but each seat and backrest are ever so slightly paler than the frame.

Nesting by Mark Muller for Three H Furniture Systems Limited.

6. Designer:
Mark Muller for

Product: Nesting.

Standout: Tables with high-pressure laminate tops and painted beech legs, some grooved with cable channels, come in counter, desk, and coffee-table heights.

Canelle by Noe Duchaufour-Lawrance for Bernhardt Design.

7. Designer:
Noe Duchaufour-Lawrance for .

Product: Canelle.

Standout: A powder-coated aluminum base with a self-returning swivel mechanism anchors this generously scaled lounge chair.

Cutout and 3D Grid by Emanuela Frattini Magnusson for Momentum Textiles.

8. Designer:
Emanuela Frattini Magnusson for .

Products: Cutout and 3D Grid.

Standout: EFM Design & Architecture explored polka dots and grids in two cotton-nylon blend upholstery fabrics from the Graphic collection.

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