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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Supernova Table

 

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Made in Ratio's new showroom was launched with the opening installation Alchemy at this year's London Design Festival, a richly layered reference to the brand's collaborative and explorative approach to design and quest to push boundaries in terms of design and material usage. The new raw aluminium 

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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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SaphirKeramik

 

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Laufen, with its clear vocation for experimentation, has collaborated with two exceptional designers Konstantin Grcic and Toan Nguyen, called upon to get to grips with a type of ceramics that has truly never been seen before. SaphirKeramik by Laufen is a material that has revolutionised the bathroom 

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Pick ā€˜Nā€™ Mix Table and Bench

 

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Adelaide-based design duo Daniel To and Emma Aiston have crafted a bold table and bench to add a sense of fun to home dining. The Pick ‘N' Mix table and bench are Daniel and Emma's first explorations into large furniture, produced by Australian outdoor furniture producers, TAIT. Using simple 

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Olly Stool

 

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Established in 2012 by two like-minded British designers David Lord and Ben Frost, Junction Fifteen create award-winning innovative and contemporary furniture full of character for the domestic and contract furniture market. Their Olly Stool is a contemporary take on the traditional tri-symmetric milking 

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Nomadic Light

 

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EKDESIGN, a studio run by Katharina Eisenkoeck, have created Nomadic Light, part of a larger collection of concrete and leather lights. Nomadic light is an approach to create a companion in the flux of domestic consistency. The three lights form a family of objects that adapt to the changing needs of 

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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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Neighbourhood Chair

 

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Following the success of the A Range, made from FSC Birch plywood, ByALEX have designed a contemporary dining chair made from alternative materials. The design challenge was to find a sustainable alternative to traditional hardwood.  The resulting chair is made from solid Bamboo, which takes 

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Mantus armchair

 

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London-based Brazilian designer and creative director Fernanda Brunoro exhibited her Mantus Armchair at London Design Festival's designjunction this year. The chair is extremely unique and is in fact one of Brunoro's favourite pieces, manufactured by Schuster Móveis. As with all of Brunoro's 

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Hinton Leather Lounge Chair and Footstool

 

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Pete Dale and Rafe Dunn, the talented duo behind Hinton Workshop, make exceptional furniture using both modern and traditional methods by hand in Nottingham. Their latest range was exclusively launched at designjunction during London Design Week this year, featuring their Hinton Leather Lounge chair with 

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Felt Stools

 

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Designer duo Robert Barnby and Lewis Day of Barnby & Day handcraft all their furniture from their studio workshop at the foot of The Black Mountains, just outside the picturesque town of Hay-on-Wye. The legs of their Felt Stools are turned personally by the pair, handmade from Ash or American Black 

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Equi Collection

 

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Kyla McCallum, whom Barbara Chandler recently crowned ‘London's new queen of origami', (May 9th 2014 Evening Standard) launched the Equi Collection at designjunction this year. The range includes the Equi Cone Pendant and a collection of textiles made using a unique range of metallised fabrics in 

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CSYS CLAMP

 

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The CSYS CLAMP is the latest in the CSYS range from Jake Dyson. The past years have been dedicated to the development of this lighting range incorporating functional motion mechanics and the designer's know-how and research, fulfilling a desire to challenge conventional mechanical movement and positioning 

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Cool with Wool

 

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Hailing from the scenically spectacular municipality of Jølster, Aud Julie Befring draws upon Norway's inspiring natural landscape in her work - primarily in ceramics, wood and textiles. The Cool with Wool stools are her latest creation; colourful, imaginative and fun and a clear example of 

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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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