The modular system comes with optional LED interior lighting and is available in a wide range of finishes, including aluminium, glass, solid walnut and oak.
Butler was featured on Dezeen Showroom this week, alongside products including side tables made from biomaterials and an office pod for the garden.
Read on to see the rest of this week’s new products:
The chair is composed of a solid beechwood frame that has been wrapped in rope, which comes in several colours including black, grey, yellow and green.
The stainless-steel bathtub, which comes with an optional iroko wood backrest and shelf, was informed by old-fashioned outdoor tin tubs. The washbasins come in two variations: a column sink for floor drainage and a rounded version intended for countertops.
The sofa is designed for longevity and was made using fabrics that are particularly resistant to abrasion. They are also removable, washable and replaceable. The foam and textiles used have a high recycled content, while the frame is made from endlessly recyclable steel.
The tables, which are modelled on traditional cork-bark stools, are crafted from Sardinian cork and left completely natural with no varnish or lacquer finishes.
The lounger is composed of a powder-coated aluminium frame, chosen for its ability to withstand rusting and weathering, while its sling seat is made from Textilene fabric, which is mould, mildew and UV-resistant.
The modules comprise drawers, shelves, sinks, ovens, hobs and dishwashers that can be configured into varying arrangements using an online tool. These can be finished in brushed steel or powder-coated in a wide range of colours.
The bed is composed of five planks of the wood, which are finished in a white-pigmented Danish oil and wax, enabling the timber to retain its natural pale colour and wood grain.
The carpet features a bold pattern of playful graphic lines made with bright colours. It is available in a wide range of options including broadloom wall-to-wall carpet or as carpet tiles, with low-pile or wood and nylon-blend options.
The pod, which can be assembled in one day, is composed of 17 prefab components that are compatible with gravel, brick, grass and concrete. It is composed of floor-to-ceiling windows and oak and walnut wood panelling.
The light, which can come in a natatorium finish that allows it to be used in wet environments, can provide either direct or indirect lighting and can be adjusted between 3,000 and 5,000 Kelvin.
The pavers can be installed either directly onto grass, gravel or sand, as well as raised over the ground or fixed in place. They have an anti-slip finish and are available in blue and grey.
Style is a family of porcelain tiles that comes in a palette of neutral shades, created by Caesar Ceramics USA.
The tiles, which are suitable for residential and commercial settings, have a matt finish and are frost-proof and chemical-resistant.
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