BIDA Lamp

 

Overview

Graduating from the HDK Wood Design School in Gothenburg, Sweden in June 2014, Love Hultén combines a small-scale-local-culture love with beautiful craftsmanship of the highest standard. As an innovator, Hultén fuses advanced technology with traditional artisan knowledge, creating a unique 

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The Beat-Shelf

 

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At first glance it may not be apparent what Beat is used for, but take a closer look and it is evident that designers Van Tjalle En Jasper have created an innovative way of storing books and magazines without the need for bookends. An iconic shape, the shelf was designed around philosophical conversations 

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Fin Cloud

 

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Fin Cloud light series is a sculptural interpretation of biomorphism; a 20th century art movement which draws upon naturally occurring patterns in nature for artistic design inspiration. The concept is furthered through this design by the replication of Fin modules around the central spine of the 

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Faceted Tactile Lighting Collection

 

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The Faceted Tactile Light Collection is a tactile, sensory lighting experience which uses traditional materials and re-contextualises them to exploit their inherent qualities. Sheets of metal are cut and linked together or stitched piece by piece, to form a mosaic of repetitive cellular structures which 

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Aureola

 

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The idea of designing a tea set came to Venetian designer Luca Nichetto from personal research, which started many years ago and was developed over time with Russian designer Lera Moiseeva. Their research and ideas were centred around ancient and modern sharing rituals which play an important role in 

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Basket Lamp

 

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Designed and produced in collaboration with Kanaami-Tsuji, the Kyoto-based wire netting craftsmen, the Basket Lamp has been crafted using wire netting originally intended for cooking utensils. The same artisan-crafted wire, usually formed into implements for lifting blocks of tofu from boiling water for 

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Full Circle

 

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The long-term collaboration between the 3form design team and artisans in Ndem, Senegal, has provided beautiful products made from locally sourced materials as well as a viable form of employment for local crafts people. Combining the skill and craft of the artisans with modern technology, 3form's aim is 

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Collar

 

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Founded in 2011 by the Croatian-Irish product designer Stefan Krivokapic, Skrivo is a Milan based design consultancy specialising in industrial design across furniture and lighting sectors. Their projects aim to remain conscious of available manufacturing techniques while paying special attention to 

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Tuareg

 

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Tuareg boasts a decidedly sculptural presence, standing out in space with a strong totem-like appeal. The new project by Ferruccio Laviani for Foscarini, consists of simple, elegant tubular elements which create a structure with a personality resembling an artistic installation. References to the world of 

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Bell Lamp

 

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Normann Copenhagen presents Bell, designed by Andreas Lund and Jacob Rudbeck The expression is robust, the form is simple. Bell is a pendant lamp in an iconic bell shape with special attention paid to its details. Its round, even surface gives the lamp the impression of having been cast. Rather than 

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Backpack

 

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From fifti-fifti, a new label designing products for different areas of life, comes Backpack: Modular Shelving System. The young company produce objects that are highly original and individually functional, with inspiration coming from the rapid change that designer Maximilian Schmahl observes with Berlin 

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Neo Laminati

 

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Neo Laminati by kelly behun | STUDIO and Alex P.White is an exclusive collection for SUITE NY, which reinterprets some of the 20th century's most memorable design movements: Avant Garde, OpArt, the Memphis Group and Minimalism. Together, the designers collaborate to produce unique, highly customised 

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Livable Products

 

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Belgian designer, Sep Verboom's international thesis project FANtasized is all about sustainability and green awareness in developing countries. Teaming up with social environmentalist Councilor Hon. Nida Cabrera, a project was launched to innovate waste programs in Barangay Luz by creating a new recycled 

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Seams

 

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Seams is a collection of five large ceramic centrepieces designed by Benjamin Hubert Ltd for iconic Italian ceramic manufacturer Bitossi Ceramiche. The collection stems from the studio's research into creating mass-produced products with one off details by manipulating a traditional ceramic manufacturing 

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Woodspot

 

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Alessandro Zambelli has conceived Woodspot for Mantua-based furnisher Seletti. Zambelli's new table lamp is assembled and varnished entirely by hand. Joined to the moulded support are a base and a light diffuser, both in pine with a natural finish. The diffuser itself is available in ivory white, flesh 

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BuzziMilk

 

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A modern take on the historical milking stool, BuzziMilk, creates a warm and homey feeling at work. Yet unlike historical milking stools, the BuzziMilk has four legs and a cushion for a softer look and feel.   BuzziMilk rounds out the brand's offering of furnishings that create collaborative, 

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Midsummer

 

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To celebrate midsummer Studio David Thulstrup has experimented with the idea of twisting the classical flower vase into an object that has been inspired by Nordic traditional rituals that are celebrated at the end of June. The idea came from the ritual of dancing around the maypole in June to celebrate 

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Fusion Collection

 

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Fusion is a thirteen-piece collection of furniture and housewares, designed for Danish furniture maker BoConcept. Like the collection's name suggests, designers at Nendo wanted to create new functions and visual effects by fusing together two different elements.  Their first idea was to use origami, 

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