In-Quarto Table

 

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Polish designer and design curator Pawel Grobelny has created the In-Quarto table, presented at the biennale interieur 2014 in Kortrijk, Belgium. The piece is available in two finishing versions; one with a table top of natural American walnut and the other available in different types of marble. The 

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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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Poised Table

 

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Designed for Friedman Benda Gallery, Paul Cocksedge's 'Poised' table is inspired by the elegance and amenability of paper. Half a ton in weight, the steel table appears improbable upon investigation. Created following an intensive series of calculations regarding gravity, mass, and equilibrium, the 

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Inspiring Trees Table Lamp

 

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Portuguese Architect Joanna Santos Barbosa has created the Inspiring Trees Table Lamp, as part of her latest collection ‘Beyond Memory' for her own design company INSIDHERLAND. The lamp is inspired by Barbosa's personal fascination with the natural world, specifically with trees. Inspiring Trees is 

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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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Lana for Photoliu

 

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Respecting traditional values, but inspired by the needs of the modern world, three teams put their creative minds to work aiming to find a balance between the old and the new, the traditional and the contemporary. The Lana for Photoliu chair is an elaborately crafted piece with an authentic 

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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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Absolut Elyx Martini Trolley

 

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The aesthetic of the Absolut Elyx Martini Trolley is clean and simple with an emphasis on integrity and honesty of material use and function.  Sarah K's design interprets an idea of the avant-garde 1920s adopted by the Elyx campaign and fuses it with an early industrial functionality that pays homage 

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Berg

 

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Icelandic design studio FÆRID have recently introduced the Berg tables, a nest of tables that can used both indoors and outdoors. Designer of the tables and founder of the studio, Thorunn Hannesdottir, comments: "It was important to us that the user feels completely free in the way that they use 

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Cora

 

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Italian designer Manrico Freda wants you to know that his latest creation for Formabilio is ‘not a simple pouf, it is a half-shorn sheep.' Whether sheep or pouf, Cora is extremely soft and cosy. With four legs coming out from the upholstery and the felt top, it grazes on your living room, sleeps 

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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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Worn

 

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The Worn upholstery collection by Samuel Wilkinson for Italian brand Casamania consists of an armchair and two and three seat sofas. It was officially launched during the Milan Salone del Mobile 2014. The collection features an elegant upholstered plywood wrap that sweeps around the thick deep seated 

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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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75% Control - Stool

 

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Designer Dafi Reis-Doron has developed an innovative new technology to create upholstered furniture which she has titled ‘75% control'. As can be expected from the name, her furniture is made using a 75% control process. Polyurethane foam, usually hidden underneath fabric, is cast in an open mold 

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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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Trellis

 

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Singapore-based production company Industry+ is dedicated to producing high quality contemporary design products made in Asia, working with a collection of forward thinking designers who combine industrial production with artisanal craftsmanship. Their debut collection was launched at London Design 

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