Oáza Collection

 

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An oasis is an external place of refuge and repose. Product designer Klára Šumová and graphic designer Dirk Wright have internalised this concept with their Oáza Collection - furniture and accessories to create an oasis in the home. The duo are interested in natural 

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Caporaso’s Lessmore range

 

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E-Side, the UK's definitive online destination retailer for innovative, modern and sustainably designed furniture for the luxury and commercial space, recently collaborated with Italian architect Giorgio Caporaso. Together they presented the Lessmore range at London's designjunction, a collection of 

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Tripod Furniture

 

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Polish creative design studio poorex has created a collection of everyday objects made of beech wood. The series includes a lamp, clock, mirror, two different tables and a small toy. The connective element between all products is their base; all are mounted on a wooden tripod Each tripod has a height of 

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Samt-Rau

 

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Hamburg based designer Natalie Weinmann presents Samt-Rau, a collection of furniture pieces made solely from natural stone and solid oak. The project aims to embody the fascinating versatility of natural stone, exhibiting it in different ways. The three resulting products in Samt-Rau are made ambiguous 

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AKollection

 

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Leading hospitality design studio AfroditiKrassa has designed Super Brands London's first dedicated bar using the studio's debut collection of tiles, wall panels and lighting to glittering effect. AfroditiKrassa Bar takes its design cues from the high-octane excitement of a catwalk fashion show and the 

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Stryde Collection

 

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Florida based interior and furniture designer Michael Wolk has introduced his Stryde Collection, reminiscent of popular international lounge chairs from the mid-20th century. The collection is characterised by its simplicity, with interesting angles and a mix of wood and upholstery that give Stryde 

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Mona Bedroom

 

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In his new range for Marks & Spencer's Autumn/Winter Collection 2014, Marcel Wanders has created several memorable pieces for the bedroom. Throughout, there is a clear geometrical style, combined with classical features such as the ornate wooden legs on his desk piece. The classic yet minimalistic 

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MANIERA 01 Prototypes

 

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MANIERA's first exhibition shows prototypes of limited edition furniture designed by the Brussels-based architecture duo OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen as well as products from Dutch, independent architect Anne Holtrop. Photographer Bas Princen acts as curator of the furniture series and of the 

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De Natura Fossilium

 

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"Mount Etna is a mine without miners - it is excavating itself to expose its raw materials." Studio Formafantasma, in collaboration with Gallery Libby Sellers, present ‘De Natura Fossilium' - an investigation into the cultures surrounding this particularly Sicilian experience to bring both the 

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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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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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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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Faceted Tactile Lighting Collection

 

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The Faceted Tactile Light Collection is a tactile, sensory lighting experience which uses traditional materials and re-contextualises them to exploit their inherent qualities. Sheets of metal are cut and linked together or stitched piece by piece, to form a mosaic of repetitive cellular structures which 

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Full Circle

 

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The long-term collaboration between the 3form design team and artisans in Ndem, Senegal, has provided beautiful products made from locally sourced materials as well as a viable form of employment for local crafts people. Combining the skill and craft of the artisans with modern technology, 3form's aim is 

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Neo Laminati

 

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Neo Laminati by kelly behun | STUDIO and Alex P.White is an exclusive collection for SUITE NY, which reinterprets some of the 20th century's most memorable design movements: Avant Garde, OpArt, the Memphis Group and Minimalism. Together, the designers collaborate to produce unique, highly customised 

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Livable Products

 

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Belgian designer, Sep Verboom's international thesis project FANtasized is all about sustainability and green awareness in developing countries. Teaming up with social environmentalist Councilor Hon. Nida Cabrera, a project was launched to innovate waste programs in Barangay Luz by creating a new recycled 

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Fusion Collection

 

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Fusion is a thirteen-piece collection of furniture and housewares, designed for Danish furniture maker BoConcept. Like the collection's name suggests, designers at Nendo wanted to create new functions and visual effects by fusing together two different elements.  Their first idea was to use origami, 

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