NEST CHAIR

 

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Nina Bruun's Nest Chair Nest Chair is Nina Bruun's latest piece of work, influenced by the coming season, nature and of course...a bird's nest. Bruun's idea was to create ‘graphical chaos which still felt like a unified whole'. The chair's supporting structure consists of a base, seat and four 

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Holey Console Table

 

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Holey Console Table - Allowing passage within and without. Jason Philips's Holey console table is a study of matte vs glossy finishes. The form resembles liquid metal, and the centre compartment allows for the safekeeping of ‘precious items'. Holey is a console table that employs both a resolved 

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An furniture

 

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An Furniture Ax sheets (A3, A4, A5, etc) have "Silver Ratio" that promotes productivity by keeping the dimensions always (approximately) in the same ratio of width:length when they are folded in half. Inspired by these Ax sheets, Studio KAMKAM assigned fresh sculpture of distinctive ratio to furniture, 

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Hockerbank

 

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The Hockerbank (stoolbench) is an idiosyncratic offspring of the Stuhlhockerbank (chairstoolbench) family. 

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Jaanisays 2011 Collection

 

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Jaanisays 2011 Collection  Jaanisays Collection 2011 establishes its existence on Jaani Vaahtera´s core values of good, meaningful design, with hidden stories. With his collection, Jaani aims to offer new, interesting and surprising perspectives, as well as creating long-lasting 

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SitTable

 

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Sit down, sit up, lounge, hang, repose, move, work, read, consult or relax, alone or together. People communicate in a variety of ways. The design for the SitTable caters to the needs of these divergent varieties. It allows for the table to become a thinking place as well as a social meeting ground, 

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SOFA PICCELLS

 

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Sofa Piccells; A changeable, inflatable seating area The main containing case can be utilised as a room divider and can also be used as a small coffee-table. The case contains inflatable linked cell covers. When the case is opened each segment fills with air allowing the user to independently create a 

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Gaudi Chair

 

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  The Gaudi Chair is the follow-up of the Gaudi Stool which was created in 2009. It was designed using the same method as Antoni Gaudi, who made models of hanging chains, that upside-down showed him the strongest shape for his churches. Additionally, to be able to determine the structure of the 

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BAMBOO TWIST TABLES

 

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Bamboo Pedestals In bamboo, as with other grasses, the inner regions of the plant stem are hollow and the cross sections are scattered throughout the stem instead of in a cylindrical arrangement. The woody xylem is also absent, which causes the stems to be columnar rather than tapering. Bamboos are also 

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Graffititek

 

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A sculptural work on the continuity of lines with urban inspiration and linked to a reflection on graffiti. This shelf is in plywood, the light is an element that takes the characteristic shape of books. 

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Birdie Table

 

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A design concept which employs a certain aerodynamic and balance that was inspired by the shuttlecock. A shuttlecock, sometimes called a birdie, is a high-drag projectile used in the sport of badminton. It has an open conical shape: the cone is formed from sixteen overlapping feathers, usually goose or 

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Summer

 

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A visually striking wall mounted shelf inspired by the movement of waves. This shelf achieves maximum impact primarily through the use of colour. Ideal for an entrance hall to store general items like mobile phones, keys and post. Available in a variety of sizes and colours. Made to order. 

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ArdĂș

 

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Inspired by skeletal structures, Ardú is a piece of sculptural craftsmanship. Repetition of form creates a rib - like formation resulting in a piece of intricate beauty. The sculptural elements reminiscent of delicate bones and brass spacers evocative of the human vertebrae, create division 

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Chool

 

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Chool is a product which interacts with its users. As the user sits and places weight on the bench a back support erects behind in a fluid motion, offering added comfort and support. With the introduction of Chool comes an innovation in the world of seating. Chool combines the qualities of both a chair 

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Not Riddled

 

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Architect Steven Holl designs a collection of furniture sculptures" for HORM. "Not Riddled" features diamond-shaped doors which open and close without hinges. An uncut diamond looks like any common stone which no one would look at twice. It is the craftsmanship of the cutter that unveils the beauty lying 

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Phenomenon

 

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'Phenomena' is the first in a series of products in which architectural attitude and the phenomenon of nature are expressed in the form of furniture. Characterised by its organic appearance, this room divider is based on the concept of light as an interactive experience. The kinetic force of light 

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COFFEE BEAN TABLE

 

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Mimicking the shape of a Coffee Bean. This elliptical low table has a hole in it- with smaller coffee beans set aside. The table comes in Red lacquered wood, white lacquered wood and Macassar Ebony wood. 

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BUCKET STOOL

 

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The Bucket Stool (Also available as a barstool) is made up of a galvanised steel bucket which is skillfully handmade by a team of crafters in a township outside of Cape Town. The plywood legs are precision cut to maximise the use of materials and the seat upholstered with a durable cotton fabric on a 

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