A hollow chaise longue by Mathias Bengtsson and a five-piece stackable Snoozy bed by Inflate’s Nick Crosbie are two of the 14 shortlisted finalists in this year’s Peugeot Design Awards. The winner, to be announced on 13 June, will be awarded £16 000. Run in conjunction with London’s Oxo Tower Wharf, the awards feature five categories – ceramics and glass, domestic metalware and silversmithing, furniture, lighting and textiles. The shortlisted products will be exhibited at the Oxo Gallery from 2 June until 1 July.
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