Cabinet-desk

 

Overview

Cabinet-desk by Laura Petraityte is a compact, functional and minimalistic piece of furniture that can be easily transformed into a workplace. Easily assembled, the Cabinet-desk is designed for convenient storage and accessibility. A rigid humidity proof HPL sheet structure attributes to reliable storage 

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Urban

 

Overview

BAGNODESIGN has introduced Urban, a complete collection of sanitaryware, furniture and brassware that offers minimalistic style throughout. It features softened cubic lines that are a major trend in modern bathroom design, Urban sanitaryware includes a wall-hung WC and bidet, along with a choice of 

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Wallmonds Hanger

 

Overview

Wallmonds is a project that has been developed by the Studio of Gonçalo Campos in order to experiment and play with product typologies, communication methods, production and delivery to the final user, in a way that their work designing for other brands doesn't allow. This freedom and the direct 

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Tint

 

Overview

Designer Anne Lehmann has created a range of throw blankets in a simple design and complementary tones for NormannCopenhagen. The range is called Tint and is made of 100 % pure lamb's wool. It is available in six beautiful colours.  Lehmann's design was inspired by how the changing seasons of nature 

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Soundless Light

 

Overview

Swedish designer Ola Gillgren has designed a lamp called Soundless light that will be displayed at the Stockholm furniture fair. One of the key things that Gillgren has in mind when designing new products is to keep them as simple and as uncomplicated as possible. This keeps the design honest and lets 

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Bardi's Bowl Chair

 

Overview

The Bowl Chair designed by the Italian-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi in 1951 is a semi-spherical seat resting on a metallic ring structure, supported by four legs. The Bowl Chair's simple form echoes Bo Bardi's love for simple, functional, organic forms and this value, which Arper shares, inspired all 

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Chouchin Mini

 

Overview

Foscarini's family of Chouchin has now been broadened with a mini version thanks to designer Ionna Vautrin. This includes two models, each with its own colour: orange for the n.1 version and green for the elongated n.2 version. The lacquered glass screens the light completely and therefore the main body 

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THE HERO Light

 

Overview

We all need a HERO. Someone to save us from the bland grasp of minimalism, sweep us off our feet and carry us into the night. Buster + Punch's much anticipated HERO light has been launched. This light has been designed and fashioned by Massimo Buster Minale of Buster + Punch, a London-born interiors brand 

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Kartell by Laufen bathroom

 

Overview

The Kartell by Laufen bathroom is a complete and integrated project, which came about from the original inspiring approach of Kartell, its design, its quality and its essence, which, through the interpretative project  skills of Ludovica+Roberto Palomba, combined with the innovation of Laufen, has 

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Dream Chair

 

Overview

Tadao Ando is a leading figure in international architecture and design, influencing future generations with his innovative approach to design. The autodidactic architect is renowned for uniting Japanese design traditions with modern Western expression and combining pure, simple lines with geometric 

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Haze Series

 

Overview

Basic geometric shapes seem to define Wonmin Park's Haze Series. The designer, based in the Netherlands, created his products using slabs of from lightly coloured resin. The resin was coloured with pigment and cast in separate moulds before being joined together. The translucent nature of the resin allows 

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Cloud Boxes

 

Overview

Studio Maarten Kolk & Guus Kusters have created the Cloud Boxes, a series of storage boxes commissioned by PROOFFlab. The Cloud Boxes are made of semi-transparent latex, damping sound like adding a curtain to a space. Next to their acoustic quality, they also damp visual noise. The small, medium and 

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ORSON sunlounger

 

Overview

The new ORSON sunlounger designed by Gordon Guillaumier for RODA is design at its finest, combining aesthetics, refinement and refinement and technological research. It is also award winning.  The sunlounger has a sturdy, almost severe structure which is then softened by the velvety touch of teak. 

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deep-sea

 

Overview

Nendo have created a new furniture collection titled ‘deep-sea', composed of a low table and shelving unit for glass manufacturer Glasitalia. Glasitalia are a company known for their superb technical manipulation of colour, cut and adhesion for sheet glass. It's possible to colour glass by melting 

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Kawara Bench

 

Overview

The Kawara Bench by Tsuyoshi Hayashi is designed to salvage industrially rejected Japanese rooftop tiles that would otherwise be discarded. 5% of whole production - that is more than 65,000 pieces per year - ends up being disposed in landfills or smashed and used in road construction. However, these 

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Alcove Plume Sofa

 

Overview

The central idea behind the Alcove collection by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, is that a sofa can go beyond being merely a piece of furniture and become a room of its own within a room. The Alcove sofa and high back sofa feature an unusually high backrest, allowing the user to withdraw physically and 

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The Around Table

 

Overview

Scandinavian design company MUUTO joined forces with another leading contemporary designer, Thomas Bentzen, in the creation of The Around Table, adding to their innovative collection of Nordic furniture, lightning and accessories for modern interiors all over the world. This table has now been 

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Urushi Lacquerware Lump Collection

 

Overview

Nendo has released three new pieces for Urushi Kobo Oshima, a traditional lacquer workshop founded in 1909 in Japan's Ishikawa Prefecture. The workshop proudly continues the distinctive techniques of regional Yamanaka lacquerware. Lacquerware includes a variety of techniques, but Yamanaka lacquer 

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