Category "Design"

Windowseat Lounge Chair by Mike and Maaike for Haworth

“Where does architecture stop and furniture begin?” A valid question by San Francisco industrial design studio Mike and Maaike (led by Mike Simonian and Maaike Evers). The pair have designed Windowseat Lounge, a chair suitable both for indoors and outdoors, public and private spaces. The Windowseat Lounge is produced by Haworth, as part of the …

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DEGLON MEETING KNIFE SET | BY MIA SCHMALLENBACH

$893.80|

Deglon Meeting Knife Set is just like a matryoshka doll – both of them contain successively smaller versions within. Designed by Brussels-based Mia Schmallenbach and produced by the eponymous French company, the set just appears to be made from a single block of top quality stainless steel but in reality this intelligently designed set comprises …

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FEEL SEATING DELUXE | BY ANIMI CAUSA

Space-saving furniture has been in huge demand by city dwellers because of its flexibility and versatility. Feel Seating Deluxe, made by Animi Causa, is one of those molecular furniture pieces that transforms with the changing emotional state of the body. Feel Seating Deluxe can shift into many different shapes and sizes, making it incredibly diverse …

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PIXELTABLE | BY STUDIO INTUSSEN

Pixel Table, by The Hague-based Studio Intussen, is synonymous with multi-functionality. This interactive table is made of 441 long bamboo cubes which, if pushed or pulled, can create many different looks. The table resembles a game of Jenga – push the blocks (bamboo cubes) in and make space for whatever you please. Since the cubes …

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AUGUST SMART LOCK | BY YVES BEHAR

So, you want to control who can enter your apartment but you are not actually in the apartment? No problem. Renowned designer Yves Behar and technology entrepreneur Jason Johnson have devised August Smart Lock, a keyless access system which allows you to send a virtual key to your home to anyone you please. All you …

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MINIPOOL | BY KOS

Minipool by Kos is the first minipool with overflowing rim that is free standing and it represents the highest level of reshaping the surroundings to suit our decadent needs and desires without destroying it. Any hot tub is an example of comfort, relaxation and enjoyment, but the guys at Kos have really moved the boundaries. …

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Bacterioptica Chandelier by New Jersey Architecture Firm MADLAB

We sincerely doubt that you have ever seen 15,000 feet of any material used to make a chandelier. Bacterioptica Chandelier, designed by New Jersey based architecture firm MADLAB, is a modular assembly made of petri dishes in various sizes, hundreds of metal rods, couplings, caps and canisters, and, believe it or not, 15,000 feet of …

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LED Illuminated Translucent Ceramic Washbasins by Souhougama

A trio of Japanese designers Souhougama, Michio Akita and Masahiro Minami have created RENCA, SURIN and KEISHOU washbasins made of translucent ceramic. Minami has been experimenting with the heterogeneity of translucent ceramic (made of special Japanese clay) for years, while Souhougama originally developed the translucent ceramic technology. The washbasin has ultra-bright LED lighting which, when …

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‘Moody Nest’ by German Designer Hanna Ernsting (VIDEO)

Is it possible to show how you feel by using a furniture piece? Sounds silly, but German designer Hanna Emelie Ernsting thinks it is. Under the motto “Form follows moods”, Ernsting has created Moody Nest, a sofa that resembles a bean bag. Your mood actually dictates how Moody Nest is going to look like. With …

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‘Fallen Tree‘ Bench By Benjamin Graindorge

Design Miami, which took place from June 11 to June 16, offered some outstanding ideas but young French designer Benjamin Graindorge’s ‘Fallen Tree’ bench really stood out. Basically it is a piece of furniture that is half tree, half bench. It has two constituent parts – oak wood and glass – which are perfectly combined …

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