Filigrana

 

Overview

Filigrana is a refined collection of new decorations designed by Enzo Berti for Kreoo bath. The collection includes three new decorative finishes, each with a strong and expressive aesthetic, that particularly complements pieces available in the Nabhi bathroom collection. The finishes are applicable to 

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Stone & Foam

 

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For her graduate project in Man and Identity studies at the Design Academy Eindhoven, Pieteke Korte created a series of soft-seated side tables The collection of tables all have soft foam bases that bear a heavy, burdensome table top. These table tops are substantial, in stone and marble and either 

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Pattern+

 

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3form recently debuted Pattern+, a revolutionary new glass customisation system that works across multiple material platforms. In line with the 3form solution approach to achieve performance while allowing designers to stay within their budget and aesthetic visions, the new system is set to provide many 

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Sudare

 

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Nendo has designed a new furniture collection for Japanese brand Patio Petite. The series features pieces created for verandas, terraces and other compact exterior spaces, titled the ‘sudare' collection. The seats and table fold and stand alone when not in use, and have a double use as a partition, 

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Becoming rich while you sleep

 

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Sofie Lachaert and Luc d'Hanis (SLLD) have created ‘becoming rich while you sleep', a very ‘valuable' high quality table and bed linen. This has been produced by Belgian linen specialists Verilin for the ‘Masters of Linen' and the ‘Henry van de Velde 2014' label. In this fabric 

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Lightscape

 

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Paper is generally seen simply as a material to support the written word or to wrap, fold or provide simple decoration.  However, under discreet illumination, certain paper materials can reveal eye-catching texture and pattern qualities that are usually unrealised. This is the foundation of the 

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Rituals XL

 

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Ludovica and Roberto Palomba have introduced a new piece to the Rituals lamp collection, Rituals XL, produced by Foscarini. The Rituals family, with its different and complementary forms, volumes and proportions, now also has this extra-large version, a new irregular sphere in an impressive size which has 

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Bronze Age

 

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Amsterdam-based multidisciplinary design studio Tjep recently presented their latest body of work at the Ballroom of the Colloredo Mansfeld Palace, in an exhibition hosted by Designblok Prague. Bronze Age comes from the same design roots as the much-acclaimed Recession Chair project. The bronze aspect of 

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First Rocking Chair

 

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Belgian Artist/Photographer duo Hannes Van Severen and Fien Muller, known together as Muller van Severen, have created the First Rocking Chair for Viaduct, part of an ongoing collection of furniture that sits somewhere between art and design. Muller van Severen's pieces are not simply concentrated on 

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Ekko Throw Blanket

 

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Ekko is a range of throw blankets in a contemporary design, woven in a soft, luxurious quality of 100% New Zealand lamb's wool. Ekko has a light, effervescent graphic pattern of repetitive circles and cylinder shapes that overlap. The Ekko Throw Blanket is ideal for wrapping up in on a late summer evening 

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Coat Loop

 

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Artist and designer Tom Raffield handcrafts all of his furniture in his studio in Cornwall, working with a variety of woods and using the method of steam bending, a creation of his own born from years of research and experimentation. The Coat Loop is a contemporary butler's elbow, offering a resting 

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Moving Stool

 

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Moving Stool is one of the products which most effectively sums up Gabriele Pezzini's design approach and philosophy, based on an authentic interaction between the design project and meta-design thinking. The stool derives from a series of meta-design thinking studies implemented in 2001, which enabled 

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In-Quarto Table

 

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Polish designer and design curator Pawel Grobelny has created the In-Quarto table, presented at the biennale interieur 2014 in Kortrijk, Belgium. The piece is available in two finishing versions; one with a table top of natural American walnut and the other available in different types of marble. The 

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Limber Gems

 

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"Imagine a house, constructed with pure materials, raw and sober. Suddenly the sun enters the house and sunrays are passing the immense glass windows. The subtle rays reach the surface of the limber gem; quietly watchful waiting on the floor and her elegant beauty awakes. Subtle as she is, she begins to 

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Poised Table

 

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Designed for Friedman Benda Gallery, Paul Cocksedge's 'Poised' table is inspired by the elegance and amenability of paper. Half a ton in weight, the steel table appears improbable upon investigation. Created following an intensive series of calculations regarding gravity, mass, and equilibrium, the 

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Inspiring Trees Table Lamp

 

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Portuguese Architect Joanna Santos Barbosa has created the Inspiring Trees Table Lamp, as part of her latest collection ‘Beyond Memory' for her own design company INSIDHERLAND. The lamp is inspired by Barbosa's personal fascination with the natural world, specifically with trees. Inspiring Trees is 

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Kono

 

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Sweden and Japan-based design studio YOIN, formed of duo Kazuaki Hibino and Masayoshi Oya, have created ‘Kono', a product inspired by the traditional candle holder. In Kono, organic and sculptural shapes made out of different types of metal have been used to capture the nostalgic feel of a 

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Voltasol

 

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Potted plants are generally speaking static, rooted to the ground (but not embedded in it). So why not provide them with movement, allowing them to follow the sun's path, to sway in the breeze and grow at will? These are the thoughts that led Xavier Mora and Sandra Compte of Studio BAG Disseny to design a 

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