Wooden aquarelle by Meike Harde

Provoked by the movement of pigments and water the compositions are formed by an autonomous colour-dynamic. Wooden aquarelle, a colouring technique for wooden surfaces, allows the mass production of individually unique pieces.

Salmiana

Salmiana se dedica al diseño de espacios con plantas contando también con un línea propia de macetas con diseños exclusivos y en diferentes materiales; que van desde el barro y la madera, hasta el concreto y el metal.

Todas las macetas son elaboradas a mano y algunas de ellas son ediciones limitadas. Las plantas son seleccionadas cuidadosamente con el fin de que se conviertan en una opción especial para darle vida tanto a hogares como a lugares de trabajo.

In Praise of Chairs

One of the great things about detailed production design is that it pays off in unexpected ways. Tony Zhou explore the weird possibilities of that most common of objects: the chair.

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Fasted by Studio Dessuant Bone

La preciosa vajilla “no funcional” de la cual solamente vemos su volumen. Creada por el Studio Dessuant Bone.

Intertidal Deployment Objects 2

Bonitos y originales jarrones-boya que mezclan partes de cerámica con acabados normales con otras que han pasado sumergidas bajo el mar un buen tiempo y así se le han pegado unos cuantos balánidos. By Something Like This Design.

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La Fresca Chair

Una silla con acento andaluz diseñada por Damián López de Leblume y Granada Barrero Studio.

Marbled / Stools by ADG design

Harsh and rigorous looking stools made of plywood are matched with a cushion that looks like granite, but is actually a conglomeration of soft polyurethane that perfectly simulates the stone. Only when sitting down on them will you discover that an uncomfortable-looking object may hide a comfortable and welcoming nature.

Marbled Collection is not what it seems at first glance, Davide G. Aquini deliberately lies in order to awaken a deep emotional response.

Chaise Anatomique

A project by Pauline KrierAnouk Cazin.

Matagalán

Pocas cosas hay más bonitas a la vez que sencillas que los tiestos by Matagalán.

Labyrinth Table by Benjamin Nordsmark

The Labyrinth Table was created to show how a wellknown object like a table can be given an extra dimension by creating a small universe inside of it. The labyrinth consist of several walls under a sheet of diamont glass, and inside of it there are six characteristic figures that can be moved around by handles underneath it. – Most people possibly remember from their childhood how they used to play with miniature figures in small universe similar to the real world. And these nostalgic feelings are the ones that the table should generate in people minds and encourage them to explore and go deeper into the story of the labyrinth.

Kour Pour

El joven artista iraní-inglés Kour Pour puede tardar un año en crear cada una de sus espectaculares alfombras. Tapices que parecen piezas persas pero que cuando te acercas ves todo un loco collage con distintas representaciones culturales.

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Pot Dealer by Ben Sanders

Los geniales a la par que alocados tiestos creados por Ben Sanders.

Cobra Chair by Adolfo Abejón

Cobra it’s a dining chair made of iron pipe and plywood. Cobra leads you to conversation; it’s flexible and adaptable to our movements while we’re sitting down.

Bentu Design

De hormigón y madera es de lo que están hechos todos los preciosos diseños del estudio chino Bentu.

Slow Games by Ishac Bertran

Slow Games are physical video games with a very low frequency of interaction: one move a day.

Fju by Kaschkasch Cologne

Is a wallmounted and foldable desk. When folded down it serves as a small workspace. Folded up Fju changes it‘s appearence and transforms into a spacesaving storage shelf.

AXEL stool

Driven by the constantly changing relationship between humans and objects, Axel stool is an exploration in functional and emotional correlation. The stool is reminiscent of the past, and the materials that allow its creation, but with concepts focused on the future of design and interaction. Natural ash wood is blended with the unbreakable industrial feeling of metal, held by a single driven wedge. Axel draws its visual language from traditional working tools – including the one needed to put it together – instilling through its simple gestures, a deeper connection between users and artifact.

Ascânio MMM

La obra geométrica del escultor Ascânio MMM.

Vézère by Guillaume Delvigne

Kitchen ustensils in natural wood and composite material by Guillaume Delvigne.

OP-vase by Bilge Nur Saltik

OP-vase is a new series of vases designed by Bilge Nur Saltik. Nur aims to create a bouquet from a single flower. Glass shield causes a illusion and creates a kaleidoscopic effect. The thick glass pieces hand crafted in İstanbul and cut by hand to have the precise corners. Each piece has a unique pattern of cuts. When viewed in different angles a single flower dissolve in to a bouquet.

GRID by POOL

GRID is a piece for everyday life with a modular seat that can be composed differently to ensure comfort and that can be adapt to small or vast rooms as well as the sitter.

Flyte . Levitating Light

FLYTE is a levitating light, which hovers by magnetic levitation and is powered through the air.

Pigreco by Francesco Meda

Pigreco is an object with a primitive, almost elementary shape, that comes from afar. It can be a stool, a simple support or just a sculptural element. Marble and wood interact with a natural harmony: the marble lends solidity, whilst the wood conveys a feeling of warmth and lightness.

Overgaard & Dyrman

With a strong passion for traditional craftsmanship and refined details, Overgaard & Dyrman is a contemporary design brand located in Copenhagen, Denmark.

I’m KOREAN

At home in a globalised culture by Sayme Choi.

Marmo Domestico by Bloc studios

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.

Angel Oloshove

Las preciosas y coloridas piezas de cerámica de Angel Oloshove.

The Quadrat Series by PELLE Designs

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 by Lab. Fabrici

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.

Caruma by Eneida Tavares

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.