Limber Gems

 

Overview

"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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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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Candlestix

 

Overview

Brooklyn-based Belgian designer Ariane van Dievoet launched Avandi six months after graduating from RISD. At age 26, van Dievoet has already lived in five different cities in three different countries. It is unsurprising then, that Avandi studio adapts to the lifestyle of those who change apartments 

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The Fleet of Dazzle

 

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Imperial War Museums (IWM) has joined forces with the world's leading ‘cult pattern specialists' PATTERNITY to create The Fleet of Dazzle, a new product range launched at London Design Festival last week. Internationally renowned for their pioneering vision ‘to explore the positive power of 

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Babel

 

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Nir Meiri, in collaboration with redesignD, created a series of vessels that walk the thin line between art and functional design, continuing his line of work with matter and form. The series includes two vases for a single flower; three lidded boxes; two candlesticks; and three trays - all combining 

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Chisel & Mouse

 

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Chisel & Mouse was launched by architecture enthusiasts and brothers Gavin and Robert Paisley  in 2011. The pair share a combined love of architecture modelling and together have created a fantastic collection of mantelpiece objets. Chisel & Mouse create architectural sculptures of beautiful 

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THE FAMILY

 

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This ceramic product THE FAMILY was first made and presented in January 2010 It has 5 parts/members with sizes: Mum and Dad14x20 cm, Little Rosa9x14 cm, The Pet 9x15 and Tom 10x16 cm and they all have coats in more than one design. The pictures shows one combination! The Family consists of a family 

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WASI

 

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WASI is the inspired creation of the Britto Charette team and the launch of an ever-growing collection of Britto Charette's BC Home accessories. Their team draws from members' backgrounds in art, design, architecture, and global travel to create stunning and luxurious pieces for today's discerning buyer. 

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Compostable Accessories

 

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Most biodegradable products can only degrade in an industrial composting facility. The aim of this project is to create home-degradable and biologically nutritious jewellery and accessories. These are created from organic materials that, once used, can decompose into the natural environment, providing 

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100 YEARS AFTER THE PARTY

 

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Makiko Nakamura's ornate ceramics collection '100 years after the party', is a perfect representation of her style; a hardy mix of fantasy and reality which follows a fairy tale narrative with a beauty and the beast feel. The collection is inspired by a story Nakamura tells about a tea service left 

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SECANT

 

Overview

Baptiste Ymonet and Vincent Jousseaume are behind Atelier Polyhedre, an exciting French ceramics duo who create tableware and decorative pieces both as limited editions and one-offs. In September, they presented their new collections at both Maison&Objet in Paris and 100% Design in London. Before the 

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FANTASY

 

Overview

The Fantasy collection, designed by Jaime Hayon for Lladró, features a series of original pieces based on fantasy, illusion and innovation. These concepts, core values of the philosophy of the porcelain brand from Valencia, are now combined with the personal style of the Spanish designer Jaime 

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