The Ambiente design fair took place last week, dishing up its annual offerings of new product launches, installations, and talks. Each year, the Frankfurt fair shines the spotlight on a guest country and this time it was UK's turn, with highlights including the Jade Serenity café by London-based Welsh designer Bethan Gray
Gray's café recalled the bucolic green of Welsh meadows and patterns of the Far East
Breaking away from tradition, Wedgwood displayed its new porcelain collections with fashion designer Vera Wang in a tea bar set-up at the fair
Danish brand Eva Solo Line presented new launches in a rich navy blue palette
London-based Aaron Probyn of Studio Poise unveiled a tableware collection...
...and other designs realised in an eloquent array of materials, including copper and brass
Georg Jensen's sleek 'Manhattan' bar collection draws inspiration from the glamorous Gatsby era of New York City
Irish brand Waterford display its new collection against a luxurious backdrop
Lyngby's tinted glassware nodded to the trend of dusty pink and jade tones at the fair
Tableware by Broste Copenhagen
Left, the 'Frosty' water set was among Vista Alegre's new launches. Right, in the Talents section, German designer Maurice Eric Zacher presented the 'Potto' project, using borosilicate glass to craft vessels with distinctly scientific silhouettes
In celebration of its 160th anniversary, Moser launched new collections with Jan Čtvrtník, Michal Kožený, Milan Knížák, Studio IRDS, Lukáš Jabůrek, Sebastian Menschhorn, Boda Horák. Pictured, 'Mondrian 33741 and 3374 II', by Michal Kožený
'Katyusha' vases, by Milan Knížák, for Moser
Stelton's new 'Emma' electric kettle (left), and its iconic 'EM77' jug refreshed in dusty hues
Exhibited as part of the German Design Award 2017 installation was Westeifel Werke's modular 'Campus Levi Bench'
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