Kyoto Sideboard

 

Overview

French brand Colonel kept it simple with the design of this minimal yet stylish Kyoto Sideboard, drawing inspiration from partitions found in Ryokan (traditional Japanese inns).  With accent doors in pale grey or sunny yellow, Kyoto was designed by Isabelle Gilles and Yann Poncelet and built to last, 

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LayAir & Armada Collection

 

Overview

From Croatian-born designer Zoran Jedrejcic comes the LayAir & Armada Collection, defined by simple, accurate forms and coloured fabrics. The legs, made from solid wood, serve as identifiable characteristics of each piece, evoking the beauty of natural timber. The double-faced upholstery is removable, 

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B30° / B35° Lamps

 

Overview

Studio-ory members Jin Sik Kim and Yu Hun Kim's collaboration project ‘B30° / B35°' begins with a curiosity about essential characteristics of materials. "Our design direction is to ultimately reveal the essence of material: the gravity, mass and balance." When these elements are harmonised 

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Copenhague Collection

 

Overview

Danish design brand Hay invited French designers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec to design a new collection of furniture for the newly remodelled Faculty of Humanities at Kobenhavns University of Copenhagen (KUA). With a wooden chair, a stool, and several tables and desks, the Copenhague collection was 

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Drawing Series

 

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Jinil Park is a Korean designer and independent artist who majored in metal craft design and mainly uses metal for his works. The concept for his Drawing Series project is, of course, the ‘drawing' and its creation was actually by accident. Park was thinking of making a new project by comfortably 

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Blow Up Collection by Céline Godin

 

Overview

In 1956, Carmen Bourque opened Patio Rama Bourque, showing remarkable foresight and enterprising spirit at a time when the market for outdoor furniture and accessories was still relatively small. From the outset, Mrs. Bourque insisted upon selling only the highest-quality products of impeccable design. 

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Water Dream

 

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In response to a request to create a product that combines the features of a lamp and a shower for the world's top shower fixture producer Hansgrohe's luxury brand, Axor, Nendo decided to do something different. Instead of adding a light to a shower head, which one might expect, they added shower 

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Bumper Bed

 

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Australian designer Marc Newson has designed the Bumper Bed for French brand Domeau & Pérès. The bed is low to the ground with chunky bumpers created from foam padding and a leather cover over a wooden structure. The bed was created based on his own experiences of having difficulty 

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RISE SOFA

 

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Rise is a classic, elegant sofa with a strong individual expression. It bears the Scandinavian identity through its distinct base in wood, where the soft upholstered shape rests on top, with a characteristic tension in its high back. Its major challenge is to work as well in public spaces as in a home. 

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Numéro 7

 

Overview

Christophe Mayer, who previously designed the Puzzle Range, has once more collaborated with HI-MACS® in the creation of a new piece of furniture. Numéro 7 is a new console table made from HI-MACS® new generation acrylic stone and is a perfect fir for any hallway. The material gives the 

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Mona

 

Overview

Lucie Koldova has just unveiled Mona, a new system for the light manufacturer Brokis where she is artistic director. Available in a ceiling or floor lamp version, Mona resumes the well-rooted codes of the young Czech designer: tinted glass shrouds the light with sensuous and functional 

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The New Old Light Table

 

Overview

Based in Taiwan, KIMU Design Studio create products that integrate into environments in natural and simple ways, believing that design exists in close proximity with humanity. They have recently added The New Old Light Table to their collection, a follow on from their New Old Light piece. The idea of the 

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Zippo

 

Overview

Zippo is a two seated upholstered sofa conceived for office and contract environments, featured by essential and fairly lines. This is a niche way of getting privacy and being isolated from the surroundings. It may be a perfect place for a meeting, working on computer or talking on the phone. The height 

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BAUX Träullit

 

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BAUX is founded on the belief that building materials should be surprisingly functional and remarkably beautiful. BAUX designs, produces and markets construction materials that meet the contemporary expectations of architects, engineers and builders - without compromising safety and environmental 

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THONET 404 Family

 

Overview

More than 180 years ago Michael Thonet started to make chairs and furniture according to his patented process by bending wood. This makes his company the world’s oldest industrial furniture manufacturer. Its products are indissolubly linked to the coffee-house style of the 19th century and the 

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AREA

 

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Area is a lovely series of smaller tables that accompany Fogias other products well. Consisting of two sizes and a rich, subtle colour scheme, the tables can be combined together to fine compositions of round shapes overlapping each other. Area works just as beautifully by itself, and becomes the helpful 

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Matsukan Chopsticks

 

Overview

For four centuries, the town of Obama in Fukui Prefecture, Japan, has manufactured lacquered chopsticks. Obama's lacquered chopsticks have been recognised as the hardest and most beautiful of Japanese lacquer chopsticks since the seventeenth century, when they became known as ‘Wakasa-nuri'. Nendo 

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Swan Washbasin

 

Overview

Emtiaz Designing Group considered the form continuum as an important issue for the design and construction of the Swan washbasin. Often with the washbasin, valves and cabinets are located in order and beside each other and one do not affect the design of the other. The main purpose of designing the Swan 

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