Branca Stool

 

Overview

Designers Sam Hecht and Kim Colin, of London-based studio Industrial Facility, have just launched their Branca Stool designed for Italian manufacturer Mattiazzi. The Stool is the successor of the influential Branca Chair, also released by Mattiazzi five years ago, an all-wood, stacking armchair produced 

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Poli Lounge Chair

 

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The collaborative efforts of textile designer Mika Barr (Studio Mikabarr) and industrial designer Gil Sheffi from design studio Producks have resulted in the creation of the Poli lounge chair. This innovative product reflects their belief that a crossover between textiles and industrial design can create 

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Carbon Fiber Eames Sofa

 

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Carbon Fiber Eames Sofa is the work of creative designer Matthew Strong. Its design came about following Strong's extensive research into the historical and theoretical relationships between furniture and architecture at the archives at The Henry Ford Museum, Cranbrook Academy of Art, and MoMA. The 

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Muselet

 

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Milan based designer Ilaria Innocenti presents the Muselet series, a collection of ceramic containers characterised by minimal shapes. Designed for incipit, the mechanically turned containers are enhanced with a copper steel wire that wraps around each vessel and creates a handle. This outline was 

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Plateau

 

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Plateau is a range of simple and stylish shelves created by German designer Felix Klingmüller for ECHTSTAHL. Its specific design means that each shelf can be effortlessly rotated by 180 degrees, providing unique positioning possibilities for the user's wall. Furthermore, the adaptable shelves come in 

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Reorganised Collection

 

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Product Designer Philipp Beisheim's Reorganised Collection is a furniture series inspired by the platonic solids, playing with the tetrahedron, hexahedron, octahedron, dodecahedron and icosahedron and their ideal forms and shapes. Consisting of a side table, shelf and coat rack, with a lamp soon to be 

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Kai

 

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Recent Furniture & Product Design graduate Daniel Lau is already showing promising talent on a commercial scale, having designed and launched a product whilst still being at University. Kai was Lau's final year project, a stackable, metal, wire-frame chair that is both modern and highly functional. 

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ELECTRICITY

 

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Buster + Punch are about to change the story of the light switch forever with their ELECTRICITY range, to be launched officially at London Design Festival in September. The very first light switch was invented in 1884 by John Henry Holmes, a small plastic white switch designed to be hidden from the eye 

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Sputnik

 

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Julie Lansom makes lamps with her hands. Long-time photographer and handcrafted decoration designer since 2013, Julie is a versatile artist, who swings between her camera and her design studio. Based in Paris, Julie keeps an immoderate love for nature, which can be found in her aesthetics. The importance 

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Narcissus Collection

 

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KimxGensapa is a team of young designers based in Italy with Indian and South Korean origins, namely Mun kim and Tsewang Gensapa. Their recent Narcissus collection conveys the story of Narcissus (Narkissos) in Greek mythology, who fell in love with his self-reflection on the water. Although the original 

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Bonjour Milàn

 

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The Bonjour Milàn collection comprises a range of experimental furniture and lamps that pay homage to the city and explore its essence. Milan is home to Alberto Biagetti and Laura Baldassari, the duo that make up the creative studio behind the designs, Atelier Biagetti. Materials from aristocratic 

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VESSEL

 

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For their second collaboration, 3M Architectural Markets and designer Todd Bracher have paired their respective engineering smarts and design sensibility for VESSEL by 3MTM + Todd Bracher. Initially available as a pendant or sconce, this crystal clear cylindrical light is made of durable quartz crystal. 

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Less CPP N2: Porcelain vs Lava Lights

 

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Porcelain vs Lava is a series of wall lights and chandeliers with LED lighting, controlled by stroking the lava in their centres. The lava acts like a dimmer switch, altering an electrostatic field created by a sensor that prompts a microcontroller to turn the light on and off. The designers, great 

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Parallax Coffee Table

 

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Contradictions breed new perceptions.  Conceived as a piece around which people converse, the Parallax coffee table is about freedom of expression and the fragile balance between contrasting opinions. The ‘Parallax' coffee table challenges the viewer to explore the subject from different 

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Platform Collection

 

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Platform, pba's new line of accessories for the bathroom designed by Brad Ascalon was originally conceived to complete pba's Programma 400 and intended mainly for hospital environments. Platform has been designed and developed to naturally fit into other environments as well, such as hotels, 

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I-O-N Pendant Lights

 

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Gregory Bonasera and Anthony Raymond, otherwise known as Porcelain Bear, use their combined talents to produce porcelain products with a distinct style and design. Bonasera spent 25 years creating bespoke objects and furniture pieces for designers and architects with his company Gregory Bonasera Ceramics, 

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Stumble Upon

 

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In his latest project, Alessandro Isola has taken the table and the rug, and combined them in a stylised yet practical way to create one product: Stumble Upon. As one could perhaps understand from the name, Isola’s innovative product is inspired by carpet folds that often cause people to trip over 

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Tre

 

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Can furniture have a personality? Industrial designer Roee Magdassi has created a new collection exploring the border between furniture and living animals in order to answer this question. This posed another question: Can furniture have its own personality without looking like a specific existing 

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