Taiwanese studio Yuhsien has created a series of amorphous glass vessels designed to look like bubbles, which can be placed over a vase.
Mexican designer Moisés Hernández has created three metal stands for displaying flowers without a bulky vase.
Nataša Perković recycled the fibrous waste left over from palm oil factories to create these homeware objects using as little material as possible.
A curving metal streamer, mirrored room screen and bulbous fibre chandelier are among the objects in an exhibition hosted by Masa in Mexico City.
In honour of Stockholm Design Week, the city's historic archives hosted The Archive exhibition to explore the "shared aesthetics" of Japan and Scandinavia.
Swedish designer Kajsa Melchior has created a collection with organic silhouettes shaped like geologic formations using just pressure, water and air.
Homeware and accessories brand Trame made its debut at Maison&Objet with a collection of rugs and ceramics called Voyages to Meknes.
Mexican designer José Bermúdez has created an incense tray that references the form of active volcano Mount Fuji in Japan.
Sonia Boyajian has hung oversized replicas of her jewellery as light fixtures in her pink-toned flagship store she designed with Studio Shamshiri.