Pattern+

 

Overview

3form recently debuted Pattern+, a revolutionary new glass customisation system that works across multiple material platforms. In line with the 3form solution approach to achieve performance while allowing designers to stay within their budget and aesthetic visions, the new system is set to provide many 

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Becoming rich while you sleep

 

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Sofie Lachaert and Luc d'Hanis (SLLD) have created ‘becoming rich while you sleep', a very ‘valuable' high quality table and bed linen. This has been produced by Belgian linen specialists Verilin for the ‘Masters of Linen' and the ‘Henry van de Velde 2014' label. In this fabric 

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Ekko Throw Blanket

 

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Ekko is a range of throw blankets in a contemporary design, woven in a soft, luxurious quality of 100% New Zealand lamb's wool. Ekko has a light, effervescent graphic pattern of repetitive circles and cylinder shapes that overlap. The Ekko Throw Blanket is ideal for wrapping up in on a late summer evening 

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Limber Gems

 

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"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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Voltasol

 

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Potted plants are generally speaking static, rooted to the ground (but not embedded in it). So why not provide them with movement, allowing them to follow the sun's path, to sway in the breeze and grow at will? These are the thoughts that led Xavier Mora and Sandra Compte of Studio BAG Disseny to design a 

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Horizon range

 

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The Horizon range is a series of cushion covers inspired by the view of the sea from designer Sally Evans' front door. She explains that ‘there is frequently a lighter stripe of colour where the sky meets the sea, usually a slightly creamy colour.' Evans translated this view into a range of 

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Paper Vase Cover

 

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The Paper Vase Cover is the invention of Dutch designer Pepe Heykoop, hand-folded by women supported by the Tiny Miracles Foundation. This foundation is a Netherlands-based charity established in 2010 by Pepe's cousin Laurien Meuter. Tiny Miracles focuses on one specific street with a community of 

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Warp and Reason

 

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Richard Brendon, designer and British bone china specialist and pattern visionaries, PATTERNITY, have joined forces to warp perceptions of what British bone china can look like. The collaboration includes two different cup and saucer combinations: ‘Warp' and ‘Reason'. Warp has a bold striped 

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Silence

 

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World-renowned design company Bolon's latest collection ‘Silence' is inspired by the calm, tranquil beauty of the forests, lakes and wide skies of their Swedish homeland. With the design team working directly with the machines and processes of the factory floor, the collection offers unique 

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New Collections

 

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Charm and sophistication are given a fresh, contemporary feel with striking colour contrasts, comprehensive weave structures and rich, distinctive textures. This season, Romo launches Madigan, an intricate woven collection that beautifully combines an elegant ‘tree of life' design and a tranquil 

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Candlestix

 

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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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ALLOY

 

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Homeware designer Haidée Drew has launched the ALLOY tray and coaster, a new product set for London Design Festival, part of her DECONSTRUCTED range. ALLOY pays homage to the beautifully ornate handles found on traditional silverware, with inspiration drawn from the silver galleries at the 

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13° 60° 104° decanter

 

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Head designer Jim Rokos, of design studio Rokos, was looking for a second product following the success of his 22° 36° 48° bowl. After considering other objects that could be placed at different angles, he finally applied the concept to a wine decanter. A somewhat precarious article to put at 

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SUNSET

 

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SUNSET is a family of blown-glass vases available in three different sizes, designed by Manuela di Loreto for Incipit. Featuring quintessentially pure shapes, SUNSET boasts a double personality: it represents the union of two parts, which, when overlapped, can perfectly hold a long-stemmed flower when 

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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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Trace

 

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Trace is a collection of structured tiles designed by Conran and Partners for British Ceramic Tile, an exceptional collaboration between two British greats. In Trace, three dimensional pattern is used to manipulate light, bringing rooms to life and creating an ever changing look throughout the day, whilst 

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P.E.A.D not DEAD

 

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Chilean industrial designer Bernardita Marambio B. of Bernardita Marambio Design Studio has produced a unique collection of vases in her project P.E.A.D not DEAD. The vases are manufactured through an experimental process, whereby High Density Polyethylene (LDPE or HDPE) is utilised. HDPE is known for 

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