Neon hues are color blocked or mixed with neutral shades to create eye-catching furniture designs.
The Color wood side tables by Scholten & Baijings for Karimoku New Standard explore craft, tradition and the characteristics of thinned wood. The texture of the wood, colour stains and printed graphic patterns are overlaid to create a graphic mix of contemporary techniques and traditional craft.
Based on a traditional 8-legged Japanese table design, the wooden top of Schemata Architecture's Shrine Flat-table is encased in fluorescent resin. The grain of the wood is gouged out to create different depths before the layer of resin is poured over -creating vasious intensities of color.
The Conform chair by William Lee of Industrial Strength Design features an elasticated seat stretched over a distorted cube-shaped wire frame in neon green or pink.
British designer Tom Dixon is known for his use of fluorescent orange. Here, the signature shade adorns the Offcut Collection; a series of solid birch benches and stools that are made from the edge of the log - an offcut that is typically discarded in conventional furniture production.