Saddle

 

Overview

In conjunction with their 75th anniversary, the furniture manufacturer Slåke, based on the west coast of Norway, saw a need for renewal in their products. With this in mind the Saddle chair came about as their first step into the future, preserving the strongest aspects of their enterprise; good 

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Trace

 

Overview

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

 

Overview

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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POP

 

Overview

Stockholm-based design duo Martin Hedenström Ljung and Greta Ljung of Studio Ljung & Ljung have recently produced a series of lampshades together with the non-profit organisation Sop Moei Arts in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The POP lamps are handmade in smoked bamboo and metal, resulting in their 

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Solid

 

Overview

From October 2014, lighting brand Terence Woodgate's collection of LED pendants and surface downlights ‘Solid', will be packaged with the option of lighting manufacturer Megaman's new Ingenium Bluetooth LED lamp - the first decorative lighting collection to be sold with Bluetooth. The new Smart 

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Melting Pot Tables

 

Overview

Mistakes occur within design, even for Dirk Vander Kooij. A little too much material added when creating a product or that which is leftover from testing periods for new products results in waste, an excess of synthetic materials, that over time resulted in a container of plastic bits and pieces residing 

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Dots

 

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Aris Architects recently designed a new product for Polarislife, a well-established industrial firm who specialise in contemporary kitchens. DOTS bookshelf is an eye-catching modular storage system, conceived as a fitted vertical space which can be adapted to any environment. The bookshelf is composed of 

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Hedge

 

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Los Angeles-based environmental designer Cora Neil is launching a Kickstarter campaign to fund the production of HEDGE, a collection of colourful, modern hanging planters tailored for urban living.  The collection is notable for its versatility, ease of use, clean geometry, and craftsmanship. The 

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GiBooth

 

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GiBooth is a new furniture concept that merges business and pleasure, being public or private. By using just one square metre of space, Jakob Gomez has created a comfortable chair that is suited to a vest range activities. Ideal for some privacy, reading a book or catching up on some email the GiBooth's 

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AKollection

 

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Leading hospitality design studio AfroditiKrassa has designed Super Brands London's first dedicated bar using the studio's debut collection of tiles, wall panels and lighting to glittering effect. AfroditiKrassa Bar takes its design cues from the high-octane excitement of a catwalk fashion show and the 

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Zhi & Kou

 

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Bentu Design have brought cement to life in their latest creation, a modular furnishing system known as Zhi / Kou. While cement, a cool and rigid material, may seem like it is lacking in vibrancy, once given a pair of legs and a hint of colour it becomes animated, ‘like a little monster'. Its wild 

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Crash & Bell

 

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Diesel's rock soul has taken shape thanks to a collaboration with Italian lighting specialists, Foscarini. The team created two pendant lamps which are as striking independently as they are complementary when displayed as a group. Inspired by percussion instruments, Crash & Bell have everything in 

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Tilia

 

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Polish designer Alicja Prussakowska has created a freestanding coat stand that doubles up as entranceway seating. Tilia is designed with a collection of differently sized hooks, arranged to hang multiple coats, scarves, hats, bags and umbrellas upon. The base can be used as a seat, and is hollow allowing 

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Swing

 

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German design studio Paulsberg have created the Swing rocking chair. The chair's unique structure is made from carbon fibre-reinforced concrete, while the seat is upholstered with bio-leather. The bottom of the chair is applied with leather to protect the flooring beneath it. More than a piece of 

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Stryde Collection

 

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Florida based interior and furniture designer Michael Wolk has introduced his Stryde Collection, reminiscent of popular international lounge chairs from the mid-20th century. The collection is characterised by its simplicity, with interesting angles and a mix of wood and upholstery that give Stryde 

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Tarnish Collection

 

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Daniel Schofield's Tarnish collection is a range of vases, pots and trays in solid brass, all functional objects with a defined use in the home. However, Schofield has used a simple surface treatment on the pieces that he hopes will result in a more emotional attachment from the user, giving them a worth 

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Patch of Sky

 

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Italian communication research centre Fabrica has created a set of three innovative lamps, known collectively as ‘Patch of Sky'. What is novel about these lamps is that they are connected to the internet, allowing the user to share in real-time the weather they are currently experiencing with loved 

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Mona Bedroom

 

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In his new range for Marks & Spencer's Autumn/Winter Collection 2014, Marcel Wanders has created several memorable pieces for the bedroom. Throughout, there is a clear geometrical style, combined with classical features such as the ornate wooden legs on his desk piece. The classic yet minimalistic 

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