The future of British furniture and interiors design has been revealed at Interiors UK.
The winners of the New Design Britain Awards have been revealed with James Uren winning the Furniture and the People's Choice awards for his Luso Lounger.
Sophie Adamson won the Fabric award, Roland Bevan took home the Furnishing Accessories prize and the Surface Covering award was won by Richel Hagger.
'This modern reinterpretation of the chaise longue 'evolved from looking at redundant furniture and reinventing it to suit the way in which we live today,' Uren told Interiors Monthly.
'The addition of a footstool means there are a number of different ways in which it can be used: a day bed, lounger, chair, footstool. The Luso Lounger is an interesting asymmetric form that is versatile and makes excellent use of space. The under-frame has been constructed using American cherry and the shell of the lounger is made from lacquered plywood.'