An engineered marble for achitectural surfaces. Produced by dzek.
La serie de muebles “Coletiva” diseñada por el arquitecto y diseñador de producto Maurício Arruda.
Loudspeakers for anyone who values exclusive Nordic design and authentic sound.
The Spike chair is unique in shape. The seat and seat back are fashioned from a number of rods, like a bed of nails, which collectively mimic the curve of a body. The base of the chair is made of tubular steel, welded together with a three-millimetre steel base plate. The upper section is made of turned ash components.
The Collector’s Shelving System is fully adjustable and designed to be configured for any space. Shelves and credenza in oxidized oak, framework in solid brass with a warm finish.
The Acapulco lamps are an hommage to the glasses makers’ gesture of comparing different tortoise shell patterns at light, which is the moment when the material reveals all its splendor. By Josephine Choquet and Virgile Thévoz.
The design of the wooden frame was inspired by the mathematical illustrations and optical illusions by M.C.Escher, Oscar Reuterswärd and their likes, hence the name MCE Lamp. Of course this ”impossible” frame is nothing but possible and it’s sturdy construction allows the big glass bowl to rest safely. The glass bowl is blown in tre different sizes as the frame and the generous bowl elegantly hides the light source. Depending on how you lean or tilt the bowl you can direct the light like a soft spotlight.
When it comes to furniture, people are used to placing a object within a square space. While it is common to use a square form to arrange an object, Erik and Kyuhyung were interested in diversifying the relationship between object and space to create furniture as rooms for objects. The focus was to explore the mix-and-match quality of the ensemble in our spaces from a graphical approach.
The ONYX sofa is a 3 metre long seat made of carbon fibre and Volvic volcanic lava stone. It is the first in a line of made to measure furniture designed by Pierre Gimbergues.
STEREOTYPISM is the new line of dishes from Casalinghe di Tokyo. The graphics are handled by Basik and Martina Merlini. The gestural expressiveness is at the base of the collection illustrated in a minimal and graphic key.
Børk No.1 is the work of the multidisciplinary creative studio Børk, a collaboration of visual and product designers. Each of the four blankets is the work of an individual graphic designer.
Hoy por hoy no hay nada más bonito que los brutales terrarios hechos por Matthew Cleland.
Thom Fougere is a Canadian designer focused on exploring the relationship between objects, products, spaces and dwelling. Thom Fougere’s studio was founded with a focus on furniture design, but continues to have a strong connection with product design, and architecture. Fougere’s work is heavily influenced by Winnipeg Manitoba, a small peculiar city in the middle of Canada where he calls home. The influence from his surroundings is evident in examining his work, which speaks to the prairie vernacular.
La bonita y original versión del típico cesto de picnic de la preciosa marca Variopinte.
A\STUDIO choose granite and wood as main materials for this project, as representative in the Galician architectural tradition. MIKA 350 is a pendant lamp inspired by the “Pallozas” the houses of the ancient Celtic forts that were built in Galicia from 6th century BC.
This large terrarium by Core Deco takes indoor gardening to a new level of luxury and splendor.
Beam of light coming from a source hidden in marble head. Light is bouncing back from a marble plate which is also a tilted base of the light sculpture. Combination of clear glass and marble.
Las originales vitrinas del estudio Thier & VanDaalen.
mpgmb is Marie-Pier Guilmain and Maud Beauchamp’s new joint venture. Based in Montréal, Canada, mpgmb embraces a multidisciplinary approach to design, extracting and fusing ideas from a wide range of sources. The duo does not deliberately forge references; instead, it uses these to develop its own language.
The Stone Age project by korean designer Jinsik Kim explores the relationship between a material’s essence and shapes that are generated from it.
MISMAAKT es una serie de jarrones de cerámica hechos a mano inspirados en la belleza imperfecta de la naturaleza.
These sand cast Aluminum bowls are elevated off the table surface by their architecturally inspired planar legs. Makes an ideal center piece or fruit bowl.
A multiuse container/table center-piece, made by raw granite stone and ceramic by Giulio Parini.
By OS ∆ OOS. Three fluorescent lights built around a cell structure creating flexible connections, allowing for a different definition of precision. Water jet cut pieces ensure exact shapes but connections with the glass tubes can be free formed.