Category "Design"

BALKONZEPT | SPACE SAVING BALCONY DESK/TABLE

Vast majority of the best and most practical products are simple and easy to use, while serving their purpose the best way possible. It is the same with balKonzept. A simple product of a great idea. It is a balcony table that looks great, works perfectly and gives you the opportunity to move some of …

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VESSEL HAMMOCK BATHTUB | BY SPLINTER WORKS

Splinter Works has long since been a leader in innovative sculptural furniture and home equipment, and the recent limited edition innovation from the renowned UK Company comes as no surprise. The Vessel hammock bathtub is all about combining creativity, aesthetics and practicality to come up with a piece of bathroom equipment that is not only …

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PLANTER WALNUT TABLE | BY EMILY WETTSTEIN

The Planter Table by Emily Wettstein is a rather unique and creative concept that really takes home furniture to the next level. The most striking feature of the table is the acrylic planter on the table itself that can be used for a number of different plants. The planter is also removable, and the original …

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Volcano Humidifier by Hun-jung Choi and Dae-hoo Kim of Coway

Who says that a humidifier needs to be inconspicuous? Most of them are, but the Volcano Humidifier is everything but. It was created by Hun-jung Choi and Dae-hoo Kim of Coway and they have done such a good job that, whatever aspect of this product you take into account, you will be hard pressed to …

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KARSA Chair by Rudesign’s Marko Runjić – Sturdy and Practical Design

The KARSA chair comes from Serbian designer Marko Runjić of Rudesign located in the city of Novi Sad. Originally an architect, this is not the first attempt of this talented young man when it comes to furniture design. The KARSA chair is consisted of 22 elements made of soft expanded PVC or cardboard that are put together using a grid …

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SQUAT by Martin Rille – A Therapeutic Way of Sitting

€1700|

This simple-looking chair created by talented Austrian designer, Martin Rille, from SQUAT is anything but common. It is a great mixture of straightforward minimalistic design and usability enhanced by almost therapeutic features. Let’s see what SQUAT is all about. Even though I have already mentioned the design, the main quality of this chair is actually …

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Liquid Glacial Coffee Table by Zaha Hadid

The Zaha Hadid Architects is certainly one of the most productive high profile design firms in the world. In spite of the large number of projects, their innovative designs keep turning heads and generating loads of hype. This is so with the Liquid Glacial Table as well. The tables usually have flat tops. And static …

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OpenBook Armchair by British Design Studio TILT

An armchair, a bookshelf, a magazine rack, and a coffee table all rolled into one. We are talking about the OpenBook armchair, created by British design studio Tilt. The story how the OpenBook came about is quite an interesting one. Originally created for the Grade II listed buildings where any sort of intervention on the …

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Metamorphosis Bookshelf by Sebastian Errazuriz

Bookshelves are usually in the form of simple planks supporting books and the whole picture together seems like a stack. Well, not with artist Sebastian Errazuriz. His extraordinary idea was inspired by the thick ivy that he used to place his childhood garden toys on, and the result of that inspiration was this work of …

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TIME MACHINE WALL CLOCK | BY DANIEL DUARTE

Daniel Duarte, a designer from Portugal, came up with this surprisingly simple, yet enchanting idea. At first look, you would hardly consider this a clock, but it is a fully functional time teller. As we have said, the idea is fairly simple. It is based on the repeating superimposition of two layers of bars rotating …

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