At home in a globalised culture by Sayme Choi.
“Marmo Domestico” presents a range of domestic objects designed by Thévoz-Choquet. This collection aims to re(use) excess parts of industrially salvaged marble blocs in the quarries of Carrara. Bloc is proud to source locally resulting in a collection entirely Made in Italy, highlighting the craftsmen know-how and expertise from extraction to surface treatments of the final products.
The Quadrat Series is a line of wood lattice tables that explore the simple and elegant form of the grid as a three-dimensional object. The name “Quadrat” comes from the German word for ‘square’, the formal building block of the lattice structure. Its distinctive design is in the lightweight yet strong wood construction of its open grid geometry.
Aeris is a domestic air purifier, an innovative and an ecological solution which has an eco-chic shape. Aeris achieves these characteristics through a unique design that increases the flow of air inside the plant, forcing the air to pass through a substrate of expanded clay and activate carbon through a high speed fan. The possibility to change different houseplants, and the possibility of choosing different combinations of materials and colours, makes it highly customizable and suitable for different environments and lifestyle.
The ceramics and basketry have walked side by side without really crossing each other. In this context arises Caruma, a series of vessels, containers, formed by a mixed technique – earthenware and basketry – demonstrating the possible relationship between two different construction fields, creating a relationship of dependency between them.
No exagero cuando digo que los chicos de Grovemade hace los soportes y complementos más bonitos para nuestros escritorios. Ahora nos presentan la base perfecta para todos aquellos que tengáis ordenador portátil.
Polite Table Tennis Co. is a lifestyle table tennis brand bringing innovation, style, and accessibility to the game.
Light Kinetics is the last interactive installation of Espadaysantacruz a Madrid based creative studio. In this piece, light is controlled by a physics simulator creating a astonishing effect. A piezo electric sensor situated in the first bulb captures the force of the tap, generating a light particle that moves along the loop. All the shades of the energy are reflected in the trajectory of the light. The system is powered by Unity 3D that simulates the forces that apply to the virtual corpuscle.
Fact non Fact is a project brand by independent designers exploring in industrial design and crafts field. The inspirations from fact + conceptualization by designer’s insights become reinterpreted processes covering fantasy and reality.
La preciosa lámpara minimalista creada por el estudio de diseño de Los Angeles, Feltmark.
A DRIFT project by Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta. SHYLIGHTS are lights living in a shell. When the sun shines, or the music plays, they open up, float down in the air and dance. The lights are based on natural processes of flowers attracting and rejecting bees.
Keep your cords where you left them on the table. The Stone is a cooperation between Oh Yeah Studio and NokoAnna, playing with aesthetics and function after work.
Las preciosos y originales jarrones hechos por Giselle Hicks usando la técnica del pellizco.
El estudio de diseño Preforma Design situado en Barcelona juega a cuestionar la función de los objetos para desarrollar nuevos productos y experiencias.
Con la misma técnica de producción que se usa para hacer las lámparas Tiffany, Glarecut han creado unos más que originales diseños.
LLAMA concept blends utility with identity and confronts heritage with contemporary lifestyle. With a strong graphic expression, LLAMA is a funny solution for today´s domestic urban environment. A clothes rack with an animated and simple expression. Its function and its easy construction are evident. LLAMA is a piece of furniture for all of the clothing that gathers up in your living space. Perfect for those who tend to leave their clothes all over the floor.
Structural Skin is a new material made out of leftovers from leather factories by Jorge Penadés.
Inspired by baskets, and experimenting with traditional techniques, these lamps are innovative both in their making and the way they are used. Weaving is a technique that repeats itself and also creates a visual repetitive pattern.
The main idea of the “5+5” lamp is spatial transformation. The object is based on a puzzle Rubik’s Snake (Rubik Erno, 1970).
Shokunin (Sho-koo-neen) is a Japanese word used to describe an individual that aspires to become a master in their particular craft or art form. Ryan Neil falls firmly into this description, as he has been practicing the art of Bonsai for nearly two decades. In this short film, we get a glimpse at the broader thinking behind a professional American Bonsai practitioner, as well as some of the inherent challenges and aspirations that come along with the pursuit for bonsai mastery in America.
A collection of paper cut-out models representing brutalist architecture of London from 1960s-1970s. The series features various buildings scattered around the districts of Camden, Southwark and Tower Hamlet. The “raw concrete” London tour begins with iconic tower blocks (Balfron Tower and Space House), leads through council estates doomed to premature demolition (Robin Hood Gardens and Aylesbury Estate) and concludes with a classic prefab panel block (Ledbury Estate).
Topografías hechas alfombras, alfombras hechas puro arte por Alexandra Kehayoglou.
The capsular micro kitchen. Aotta studio has developed a project of a moveable capsular microkitchen/bar for home, office and hotel use.
Recreation Center is a small brand focusing on functional ceramic pieces. After graduating from Cooper Union, Josephine Heilpern found the need to create functional art objects, centered on practical design and simple forms, while using and combining materials that had inspired her print and sculpture background. Pulling references from design history, such as the very influential Memphis group, patterns and colors are at the core of each piece. Inspired by items that are designed to enrich everyday life, each object is created by hand focusing on its individuality and uniqueness.
It’s your face in a vase! Nick & Martha Desbiens transform your photos into a beautiful custom 3D-printed vase.