Defined by a fearless spirit, mix of clashing colours, irreverent materials and theatrical style, the style of the 1980s continues to influence modern day interiors.
These Memphis-inspired pedestal tables by Norwegian designers Vera & Kyte contrast granite tops with brightly colored lacquered steel frames.
Mixed media textiles graduate Gemma Kay Waggett's embroidered 'Beyond Woven' stool is part of a collection of furnishings that layers abstract geometric patterns in vibrant colors.
Philadelphia-based designer Brendan Timmins' 'Zolo' lamps are constructed using parts taken from Zolo - an '80s building-block kit game for kids.
The 'Hi-Lo' shelving unit by Brooklyn-based studio Moving Mountains is composed of geometric cuts of plywood supported by a vertical slab of marble and accented with a diagonal strip of electric blue.
Feredrik Paulsen's Prism collection is the result of a series of experiments in wood staining. The special marbling technique developed by Paulsen creates a rainbow-like effect that contrasts perfectly with the white black flecked base.