Bau is a sculptural hanging lamp designed by Vibeke Fonnesberg Schmidt, who has combined colour, composition and geometric shapes in a unique and creative design. Bau is a hanging lamp with attitude. The design is based on interlocking geometric circles, sticking out in all directions. Bau has an 

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AJ Table



Designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1960 for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen (Radisson Blu), Louis Poulsen Lighting has reissued the AJ Table lamp for the 21st century. The light contributed to the total design concept of the hotel. Several of the hotel items have achieved design icon status today, and 

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Alberto Fabbian in collaboration with Antoniazzi & Piovesana, 3B Ceramiche and Bosa Ceramiche Social networks have always existed, but the term to “network” is certainly a contemporary one. In the sense that networks connect people, events and places, Europe is a mass of 


Manolo Chair



Inspiration for the ‘Manolo lounger' came firstly, from an admiration of Hans J Wenger and Finn Juhl who according to John Galvin are the two greatest chair designers that ever lived. Secondly, he stumbled upon a beautiful sketch of a high heel shoe designed by Manolo Blahnik. The elegance of the 

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Utrem Lux



UTREM LUX is a series of lamps made from reused glass bottles that had been discarded behind our studio and wood offcuts kindly given to us by our next-door neighbours.  Each one of the designs is made individually, by hand, and has its own unique aesthetics. In order to obtain the large quantities 

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Brick cushions By Normann Copenhagen Designer Britt Bonnesen has created a geometrical cushion for Normann Copenhagen with a modern and elegant feel. The cushion is a play on shapes, colours and materials. Brick is made up of various textures and shades of fabric and is a simple way to add a dash of 

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Geometry of Sensibus



The first collection of designer rugs from Lazerian, "Geometry of Sensibus", is based on the geometry of the five human senses: touch, smell, sight, taste and hearing. Each design was modelled in a 3D computer programme, then taken back to its basic wireframe to give a sense of depth to a flat 

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Sabatina Leccia



Sabatina Leccia is a French sustainable designer based in Paris. She graduated last June from the prestigious Central Saint Martin's College of Art and Design. She has developed products with bright colours and strange shapes which evoke the idea of transformation. Sabatina is aware about the 

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Compostable Accessories



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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Nnuroj is strongly influenced by the ways that wool can benefit our living environment. Her main concerns during the design process are to create pieces that are unique, durable and sustainable. The result is a range of knitted soft furnishings and accessories that have versatility in function and a 

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Vessel Series consists of three mouth blown forms cut across individual angles. Each looks to celebrate the bulb from a different perspective. The designs were produced specifically to complement the flowing forms of the Plumen 001 (also designed by Samuel Wilkinson). When illuminated the glass tint mutes 

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Gaga & Design launches its philosophy of airy, colorful efficient products in a comprehensive collection.  Seeking to find the right balance between beautiful objects and functional furniture and playing with textile material and visual weight, the collection broadens the spectrum of multiple 

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To Have & To Hold



The latest furniture collection from James Plumb, To Have & To Hold tells a narrative that re-examines the sentiment of mortal attachment. Worn, neglected and discarded pieces have been vested with time and repurposed to find new form and use as contemporary compositions - quiet meditations and novel 

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Platillos Volantes



'Platillos Volantes' ('Flying Saucers') is a collection of four hand spun aluminium lightshades. The shades, measuring between 555mm and 730mm in diameter, are all spun off the same hemispherical lathe tool, then masked and wet sprayed by hand. The controlled application of the paint allows the delicate 

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Cult British design brand Mini Moderns has created Concert, a new collection for Southbank Centre. Featuring line drawings of musical instruments, the design was conceived to represent the immense variety of musical performance that is staged at Southbank Centre. Mini Moderns founders, Keith Stephenson 





"Sorri" is a friendly chair, ingenious, wide and inviting. Easily recognised by its gently curving surfaces, this important feature provides all of the chair's comfort, with a wide area to drop belongings like a bag, a coat or a book. Many design details were considered to highlight the chair's solid 

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‘13’ Wallpaper Collection



The ‘13' wallpaper collection introduces three new patterns, Jewel, Ash and Sombre. Drawing influences from Arabian architecture, dark nights and nature, ‘13' was born, which captures snippets of an opulent colour palette represented through a rich aubergine and teal. Using Ghundoo's iconic 

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Continuing the development of the Christopher Jenner ‘home editions', Jenner presents the "Devisor" shelving collection. "Devisor" is a testament to the owner, a personal platform of cherished curiosities. Marrying Italian craftsmanship and British design the collection is inspired by ancient 

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