AXYL Chair

 

Overview

Benjamin Hubert of experience design agency LAYER will launch the AXYL collection for UK furniture brand Allermuir at the London Design Festival in September at Somerset House. Comprising a chair, available with and without arms, a barstool and a café table, AXYL utilises a strong geometric design 

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Hour Stool

 

Overview

Hour Stool designed by Rowan Jackman Design. Designed and manufactured in New Zealand, the Hour stool is a versatile, fun and playful stool for use in both indoor or outdoor spaces. Made from two folded aluminium parts, the stool can also be your step ladder, side table or odds-and-ends perch. Not only 

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Yemenite Totem

 

Overview

The Yemenite totem is a graduation project by Shir Avraham at Holon Institute of Technology (HIT), made in a response to the trend in which people move to major cities and exchange big homes with smaller apartments. The living room space these days is significantly reduced and furniture occupies a lot of 

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Curve Wall Shelf

 

Overview

Curve Wall Shelf by Rowan Jackman Design - Beautifully hand spun copper vessels add fragrance to your space! Designed and manufactured in New Zealand, the Curve shelf is an elegant and original shelving unit for your home or work space. Supporting beautifully hand-spun copper vessels, Curve allows you to 

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Nora

 

Overview

Nora, the new collection designed by Michael Schmidt, is a project encompassing varied possibilities for use in one formal gesture. Composed of an armchair and a lounge chair, the collection is characterized by welcoming lines ensuring a high level of comfort: the shell is a continuous form wrapped around 

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20 x Sørensen Leathers

 

Overview

Note Design Studio are a Stockholm-based design studio creating inventive concepts for contemporary living, and partnered with Danish Brand Sorensen Leather, trying to enhance the experience of their beautiful products. The outcome is a colour box with 20 Fine leather created by Note Design Studio. An 

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BUG Collection

 

Overview

BUG COLLECTION by Rui Pereira was part of the exhibition 'Another perspective' curated by Cotto. Bug collection aims to create a deeper connection between the bathroom area and the rest of the house by revisiting furniture typologies. The designer wanted to use a natural material that could co-exist 

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Ultraframe

 

Overview

Ultraframe. A new collection by UM Project.  Ultraframe is an exercise in structure, texture and material at the intersection of function and fiction. Rigorous and geometric frames are completed by soft or rounded covers, shells or inserts. The result is both familiar and otherworldly, yielding a 

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Trinetic Task Chair

 

Overview

Trinetic is the world’s first fully certified task chair to provide dynamic support without the need for manual user adjustment. Providing ergonomic excellence and an unrivalled level of comfort, it can be specified across a broad array of settings in the workplace. From a collaborative work chair 

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Nordic Space Collection

 

Overview

Initially designed for Chicago based brand CB2 so-called Drommen Bed quickly became a bestseller in United States and was finally introduced in fall 2016 for European mattress sizes handcrafted in Germany as part of the designer's new Nordic Space Furniture Collection. Available for all standard mattress 

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Compound

 

Overview

Compound was designed with the mixture and blending of various different structures to create a newer design. It also gives the user the luxury of combining it with the compound side table creating a bigger and more innovative furniture. Apiwat Chitapanya wanted to create a simplistic coffee table with 

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SCHLICKEYSEN

 

Overview

In 1855 the German machinery manufacturer Carl Schlickeysen issued the patent he had recently created, the "Universal Patent Brickmaking machine", the first machine created to manufacture bricks by extrusión as an industrial process. SCHLICKEYSEN is a modular furniture system based on two types of 

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Waves

 

Overview

Waves was created as street furniture with the idea of user protection against sitting on the cold and dirty ground. Named after the geometric shape of the basic module, which is thus transformed from a visual motif into a functional form. This design proposal for a contemporary city bench seeks to 

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Tocador

 

Overview

A piece from the Momentos Collection by Nomon. Inspired by a sensitive, modern woman, and without forgetting functionality, Nomon have taken attention to the softness in shapes and materials. The seat can be easily kept under the dressing table, in a warm hug with the central column, and "beauty secrets" 

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Elemental Collection

 

Overview

A collection of 10 pieces which takes its name from its minimalistic approach to materials and design forms by Turkish designer Eser Gungor.  Leftover pieces of brass sheets and black marble  were used to create the whole collection; in fact all the material used  were the recycled 

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Close Bench

 

Overview

Dutch furniture manufacturer Arco launched its Close Bench during imm cologne 2017 in the Design Post exhibition space. The fully upholstered bench is the newest member of the Close product family by designer Gudmundur Ludvik and is every bit as comfortable as it looks. Available as a two-, three- or 

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Miniki Slimline

 

Overview

miniki - the kitchen that isn't there! A kitchen that's not there? miniki is the solution to an old problem. In small apartments where the kitchen and lounge are often one room, there is a need for the kitchen to disappear after use. This is the only way to turn the living room back into a room to live 

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asko

 

Overview

ASKO a small Danish Island The name for the chair came from Patrick Norguet's love for the small Danish Island Askø, which for him was the perfect connection between Danish history and design. It also sounded great in French, which is why it is spelled the French way: ASKO. Patrick Norguet's idea 

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