Inifnity Clock



Bosa, the internationally known Venetian ceramics workshop, has been creating completely handmade objects and pieces of furniture since 1976. Thanks to the consolidated artisan experience, Bosa has undertaken a number of design challenges, creating functional objects and works of art design in 

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Podium Collection



To celebrate the launch of Lee Broom’s first collection of vases, for one week only during London Design Festival, his flagship store became ‘The Flower Shop’. Available exclusively at the store, the ‘Podium’ vases took centre stage in an immersive floral display throughout 

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KNIT by Curver



Leading global plastic manufacturer Curver, part of the Keter Group, in collaboration with London-based multi-disciplinary design studio and trend forecasters FranklinTill Studio announced their inaugural presentation of the new and innovative KNIT by Curver collection at designjunction. Unveiled in 

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Terra Memoria



Susan Gunn comments, “I was particularly drawn to the atrium space and the natural light emanating from the Memorial Gardens, a conservation area situated beyond The Enterprise Centre. I chose to record the idea of offset vertical divisions in the canvas to reflect the rhythm and sway of the tree 

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Jardin Intérieur



Paris, 2015. The collaboration between the complementary worlds of India Mahdavi and La Manufacture Cogolin has resulted in an exciting new collection: Jardin Intérieur. A world-renowned name in the world of interior design, furniture design and decor, India Mahdavi is behind the interiors of 

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Since graduating with a degree in Architecture from ITESO University in Guadalajara, Mexico, Caterina Moretti of Peca has focused on transforming her unique aesthetic search into the creation of objects and spaces. Caterina is inspired by day-to-day experiences and by the way in which people interact with 

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Arc Collection



Richard Brendon is a British product designer renowned for his considered, refined and dynamic designs. The Richard Brendon studio sources the best materials and craftsmen in the world to produce their products to the highest quality. Richard believes that by bringing master craftsmen and design together 

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Jellybean Series



Each rug in the new Jellybean series by Sonya Winner consists of a colourful mix of organic shapes, playfully arranged like scattered jellybeans. The Jellybean range uses Sonya’s signature process of layering translucent colour blends. Each of the four designs is created from a unique colour 

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Kansai Collection



Kansai is the latest collection of fabrics and wallcoverings from Black Edition, showcasing at Decorex September 2015.With an experimental approach to design Black Edition offers contemporary designs in a captivating palette of bold, vivacious shades. Inspired by nature’s finest moments the Kansai 

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POP Tiles



POP is a tile collection inspired by the Pop Art of Roy Lichtenstein. 12 different illustrated tiles alternate with a colour range of 10 bright colours to recount this exciting adventure of facial close-ups, cult symbols and explosive exclamations. The colour palette has roots in the 50s and the 

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Havengebouw Tiles



Het Havengebouw in Amsterdam is one of the last buildings designed by architect W.M. Dudok. This remarkable monument in the harbour of Amsterdam opened in 1960. Due to transformations in the past decades the building’s entrance and restaurant lost their original grandeur. N.V. ‘Het 

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My China! Ca d'Oro



Timeless, minimalist and nonetheless opulent – with Ca’ d’Oro, the finest burnished gold refines pure black and white contrasts. The geometric interplay gives rise to classic stripes, squares, circles and other architectonic patterns.Gothic architecture inspired Michael Sieger to include 

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Harper Tile



London-based design practice, Giles Miller Studio, specialises in the development of truly innovative surface and interior design projects. The studio prides itself on the ability to deliver a diverse range of surface solutions that marry architecture with beautiful interior finish, through inspiring 

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Spine Collection



Spine is a new collection from young Parisian designer Tatiana Etienne in collaboration with New York based artist Manbu Bayoh. The debut of the Spine range was in Cape Town, South Africa; and certainly African culture was a strong influence in the design.  Tatiana drew influence from Africa and 

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Mass Collection



Huge chunks of heavyweight, metallic, minimalism. Mass by Tom Dixon is confident, over-scaled furniture with real presence and an instantly recognisable expressive minimalism. Setting scale and governing authority over any space, Mass comprises of a copper-clad dining and console table and brass-clad book 

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Bubbles Mirror



Jetclass is a neo-classical furniture luxury brand which places great emphasis on the finish and details of a product whilst also remaining innovative, customisable and up to date with the latest technology.The Bubbles Mirror from their Opium Collection ‘reflects the different perspectives of 

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Jointed Range



Filip Janssens will participate in ‘A Belgian Village’ organized for Il Salone Del Mobile 2015 in Milan with his newest Jointed Cube design. Following the Autumn 2014 presentation of a collection of small steel furniture called Jointed, Filip has added to the range with the Jointed Cube a 

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Vase #1



Gert-Jan Soepenberg of Atelier GertJan studied architecture before moving into the world of product design and interestingly found both fields surprisingly similar; the variations being in terms of scale and obviously time required to realise a project. The meeting of design worlds led to the material 

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