EQUILIBRIST

 

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This multi-purpose coffee table by Amir Rahbar is designed to create the illusion of equilibrium with less than required points of support, similar to the equilibrist's act in a circus. The whole table looks as though it is resting on one out of the usual four required to support the table. This is 

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OPS

 

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OPS- a chair and a rocker in one. Combining style, creativity and functionality, this piece designed by Jonas Jurgaitis, proves to be highly universal both in terms of adaptability to various tastes and interiors, and in terms of use – be it for working, or for rocking. There is no precedent for 

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PINGTUATED EQUILIBRIPONG

 

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Niles Eldredge and Stephen J. Gould's Theory of Punctuated Equilibrium proposes that most species exhibit little evolutionary variation for most of their history until rare and rapid events create significant changes. Akke Functional Art like to believe that the creation of this ping pong table is one 

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ORRI

 

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ORRI is inspired by the lightness and elegance of origami. It merges the coffee table and newspaper rack functionality into a new efficient and surprising piece. Its minimal, versatile and practical design serves coffee lovers and easily holds all sorts of media. It quickly becomes a focal point for any 

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POSITIVELY 11TH STREET

 

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“Positively 11th Street” is a maple dining table that is part of a custom flat designed for a couple in their sixties, designed by Peter Budeiri & Associates, Architects. The flat has an open multi-purpose space that accommodates a living area, kitchen, dining area, study, grand piano, 

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EGG TABLE

 

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Reda Amalou Design created the Egg Table as an outdoor table, but it has multiple uses. It is intended as a ‘soft’ object that should be used as one feels. Its rounded edges and gentle curves make you want to touch it. Thus it is used as a coffee table, a side table or as stool. Its 

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FIELD TABLE

 

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Taking its inspiration from rice fields, the Field table is built by parallel elements which form a flat surface and a structural topography underneath. The birch plywood is certified by the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) and the table has a non toxic and biodegradable finish. There is also an 

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BLACK TABLE

 

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The Black Table is a single piece of furniture in the Tom Kundig Collection, a steel accessories line designed by Tom Kundig. With an aesthetic that highlights the beauty of raw steel--the table is fabricated from a folded steel plate and blackened with a wax finish-the design is ideal for people 

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HACIENDA CHAISE

 

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The Hacienda chaise is one of the most recent pieces to be developed for the Esrawe Studio furniture line. As the name suggests, the piece takes inspiration from the furniture found in buildings constructed during the colonial period in Mexico, most commonly in rural areas. The design and spirit of this 

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BAN STOOLS

 

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These stools evoke those used by the African cultures, as well as in America during pre-Hispanic times. They were symbols for status, tradition, religion and identity. They are developed from select, certified, solid walnut, tzalam, and beech wood, produced through a complex process of cutting, 

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SCREEN COLLECTION

 

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This collection from Spanish designer Diego Ladino attempts to create an atmosphere rich in layers with his screen project. Through creating diverse openings, and incorporating different elements and textures, Ladino has made his overlaying screens to reinterpret the concept of architectural space. He 

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BOMERS ' NR. 1

 

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Bomers' Nr.1 is a dining table resembling an old big tree carrying his roof of leaves. The table top is made out of second hand, 200-year-old oak wood. The branches below make an appearance as they come up through it before being cut off, flush with the surface representing the leaves. The branches are 

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PLEAT SERIES

 

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The PLEAT series of furniture was designed by FOUR-O-NINE, the award-winning, emerging practice of Lukasz Kos and Andrei Zerebecky. The series consists of the PLEAT Diner, PLEAT Lounger and the ZERO WASTE Coffee Table. The collection was inspired byfolding techniques wherein pleating a piece of fabric 

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UZU

 

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Since the times when Samurai wandered the streets, Tokushima’s name has been known all over Japan for its wood products. Having its origins especially from old Buddhist altars and make-up tables, the expertise born from this trade continues to live on in the many manufacturers of Tokushima. Team 

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ENDGRAIN COMMODE

 

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The ENDGRAIN COMMODE is a sustainable homage to the veneered cabinets made by Antoine Schapira’s artisan ancestors. Schapira’s training as an ebeniste at the Ecole Boulle in Paris, gave him a profound respect for all of the traditional skills and precious veneers associated with making fine 

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ARPA

 

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Launched at London Design Festival 2010, the Arpa armchair is the signature piece from Jaime Hayon's critically acclaimed collection for luxury furniture brand Se. Inspired by the harp, Hayon's lively imprint is easy to discern in the curvaceous metal skeleton of the Arpa – a piece of furniture 

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I-CHI II

 

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i-chi II represents the beautiful combination of the antique and nouveau, featuring the decoration of Chinese ancient architecture as the series’ design-inspiration, which it presents in a contemporary furniture form while continues the brand’s minimalist insistence. Original design with 

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LEI

 

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Lei – the world’s first office chair for women. The inherent beauty of the masculine and feminine forms is one of the most fundamental and inspirational ideas expressed in art throughout time. Curious by nature, Officeline therefore set out to solve a mystery: why are these differences 

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