Metallics that warm up a room Pat­terns to im­press Odd­ball ma­te­rial ex­plo­rations The re­turn of bricks and mor­tar A no-frills ap­proach

Azure - - CONTENTS - By David Dick-Agnew and Cather­ine Os­borne

For our 12-page re­port, Azure’s edi­tors trav­elled to de­sign fairs around the world to suss out what’s in store in the com­ing year, from wild pat­terns and odd­ball ma­te­rial ex­plo­rations to the re­turn of the hum­ble brick

A par­a­digm shift is hap­pen­ing in how and what we con­sume. We are crav­ing less but want­ing more from what we have. The em­pha­sis has moved to­ward a con­sid­ered ap­proach, where longevity and sus­tain­abil­ity mat­ter more than ever. In the com­ing year, ex­pect to see more pat­terns and more bronze, but also a re­newed ap­pre­ci­a­tion of the hum­ble brick

Noortje van Eeke­len’s rug, Home Is Where the Wi-fi Is, was cre­ated for Moooi car­pets

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