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Maarten De Ceulaer Constructs a Series Furniture Mutants
5 years ago

Maarten De Ceulaer Constructs a Series Furniture Mutants

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Bizarre creatures and other weird forms of living organisms can be born through genetic mutation. But could we apply this idea of transformation to pieces of furniture? Belgian …
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The Invader Storage System – The Kim Woodburn of Storage Systems
5 years ago

The Invader Storage System – The Kim Woodburn of Storage Systems

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Everybody loves to travel. Relatively cheap airfare has made it possible for almost anyone to jump on a plane and within a few hours be in a …
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Clopen on Wood – Torafu Architects
5 years ago

Clopen on Wood – Torafu Architects

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The number one advantage of owning a castle is not the massive estate or the 50 rooms to house a few flight crews on a stopover, but …
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BRANCA Chairs by Marco Sousa Santos Redefine Seating
5 years ago

BRANCA Chairs by Marco Sousa Santos Redefine Seating

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Luckily, there are many great designers out there who are able to inject their personality and love for life into new product and furniture designs. Lisbon based …
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Vitra Presents the Pedestals of Everyday Life
5 years ago

Vitra Presents the Pedestals of Everyday Life

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Shelving and storing units can be purchased in endless variations, materials, shapes, sizes and colors. Furniture designers tend to add more and more personality to these items in …
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Etch Web is not for Arachnophobics
5 years ago

Etch Web is not for Arachnophobics

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Many product designers like to experiment with strange visual effects by mixing geometric forms and unusual structures. English designer Tom Dixon had lot of fun, too, while creating …
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Save the Soul, Save the World
5 years ago

Save the Soul, Save the World

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Can design save the world? Designers ask themselves this question every day to varying degrees. While nuclear fission may be a little out of a designer’s league, patching …
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Konstellation Brings the Macrocosm to Your Home
5 years ago

Konstellation Brings the Macrocosm to Your Home

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There is something special about staring at the night sky especially in summer. Looking at the stars makes us think and connect with the endless universe. The …
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Objet Coloré Objects to the Dull and Dreary
5 years ago

Objet Coloré Objects to the Dull and Dreary

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While there has been resurgence in brightly colored furniture not seen since the 1980’s, this trend seems to have been somewhat missed by the sphere of retail …
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Aine Bunikyte Wants You On Top of the World
5 years ago

Aine Bunikyte Wants You On Top of the World

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Who of us has not climbed onto the top of a roof to watch a sunset, meteor shower or fireworks at New Years? Roofs provide the best …
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Conversations Spark Up One by One
5 years ago

Conversations Spark Up One by One

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For the longest time design was restrained by production techniques, and quality products were unavailable to the masses. The Industrial Revolution changed that, but people have recently …
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‘My Infinite Home Tool’ by Jolien Hanemaaijer Packs Your Home in a Suitcase
5 years ago

‘My Infinite Home Tool’ by Jolien Hanemaaijer Packs Your Home in a Suitcase

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There are more and more people who need to travel extensively. Plus, there are those ones who just cannot sit in one place, they need to wander …
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Paq Chair is a Fun and Intelligent Transformer
5 years ago

Paq Chair is a Fun and Intelligent Transformer

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Have you ever lived in a tiny apartment or room? If your answer yes, then you are aware of the constraints of such small spaces. When it …
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Book Box by Aust & Amelung Gives a New Life to Tolstoy’s War and Peace
5 years ago

Book Box by Aust & Amelung Gives a New Life to Tolstoy’s War and Peace

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It is quite likely that you have dozens of books lying on your shelves that you never read but feel bad about giving them away. German design …
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Reflections, Perceptions and the Real Reality
5 years ago

Reflections, Perceptions and the Real Reality

Walk down the streets of any city and you’ll see what an effect the glazed exteriors of building have on our perceptions of our surroundings. What was …
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Naturoscopie Feels the Forces of Nature
5 years ago

Naturoscopie Feels the Forces of Nature

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Designers have always looked to nature for inspiration, trying to capture its beauty and manifest it in products and architecture. This process usually at best results in …
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The Revenge of the Nørd – A Classic in the Making
5 years ago

The Revenge of the Nørd – A Classic in the Making

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If there is one production techniques that exemplifies Scandinavian chair design, it would have to be bentwood. From Arne Jacobson’s “Ant” to Hans Wagner’s “Wishbone” the technique has …
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Musikbox Makes You Listen to Your Eyes
5 years ago

Musikbox Makes You Listen to Your Eyes

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We all love versatile furniture pieces that have various built-in functions and are created with lots of attention to design and precision. It is very …
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The Future of Furniture is Spun
5 years ago

The Future of Furniture is Spun

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While we all love artisanship and the human touch, there is no denying that modern materials and manufacturing techniques have changed the face of design forever. One of these …
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DeskBox Comes Tops On Our Space-Saving Checklist
6 years ago

DeskBox Comes Tops On Our Space-Saving Checklist

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Those of us living in the tight quarters of apartments are always looking for clever space saving solutions. The best of these solutions should not only be …
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