Having already launched over 45 new products in 2019, here are a few examples that emphasise how Rocks On continues to lead the industry.
Laying eyes on the end-result of Webber Architects’ use of Earp Bros’ surfaces throughout one of their latest residential projects evokes a sense of synaesthesia. And we like it.
Tait and Mokum know exactly what it means to live – and survive – outdoors in the Australian climate. This summer they’ve collaborated reinventing some of Tait’s most popular designs with a distinct, 70s edge.
Curiosity and creative vitality are concepts that couldn’t come more naturally to the design minds behind Cattelan, a furniture design studio which has risen to become a household name for stone tabletops in the four decades since its inception.
Cattelan Italia are pioneers and perfectionists in tabletop finishings, and their Dragon series of tables are especially striking in their refinement. One of their latest offerings of this year, The Dragon Keramik Premium, represents the pinnacle of luxe, yet tasteful, Italian furniture design.
Danish design has an unmistakable allure, from the simple functionality to the Bauhaus inspired aesthetics, there’s a reason the term in synonymous with good design – and since 1968, Vola has been an inescapable party of that story.
With the intention of attracting a different type of customer, Robert Plumb sought David Harrison of Design Daily to produce the Ribbon Range.