Cornaërt is a brand of socks lovingly made in France.
It is a openwork dome made from glass rods, a structure for vegetation by Agnieszka Bar. Inside the cloche there is a unique microclimate, which you can feel when dip you head inside. Aroma of leaves afflicting the face, allows you have a relax, It is a point for close encounter with a flora, which is also watching us.
The side tables BASIL were born from the desire of Arthur Leitner to use the natural qualities of cork. He has associated the solidity and lightness of a structure in steel with a geometric table top in cork (sphere, pyramid, parallelepiped). The strength of the object comes from its simple aesthetic and it is without complexes that BASIL can move from a side table next to a sofa to a bedside table.
Los chicos noruegos del estudio arquitectura y diseño Snøhetta han creado unas llamativas y geométricas colmenas.
Aviso, os vais a enamorar mucho y muy fuerte de todas las piezas creadas por Edro Design. Son espectaculares.
CAL pretends to be timeless, weird and – at some point – a place between reality and perception, an island looped in an island, a close and desaturated system that gets its only colour from error. An aesthetic and psychological moment in time, recorded and distorted.
Add stunning 3D effects to your photos with real-time shadows and reflections. Export your creations as photos or video loops.
Rebecca Gladstone is a range of hand-crafted jewellery with a strong emphasis on geometric forms.
El bonito reto del artista/diseñador 3D Michiel van den Berg de hacer una imagen al día durante un mes usando siempre la perspectiva isométrica .
Series of 3 masks by Damien Poulain commissioned by KK Outlet London (Kessels Kramer) for the search of creative minds.
Crescent Lounge is carefully composed of half round ash stock resolved into a series of balanced joints. The ash frame holds the mattress in place while the crescent headrest rises above to give the piece its distinctive profile.
Diablo is a hard-case étui/minaudière with a distinctive geometric character and luxurious two-tone leather appearance, made by Ensomono in close collaboration with renowned leather craftsman Ralph Baggaley.
A solution to food presentation monotony; a modular tray with 20 individual magnetised compartments that can be mixed and matched together, resulting in the perfect formation for any given meal.
A deranged jeunesse dorée daydream à la mode between isometric marble madness landscapes and optical illusions. The rules of this world are based on an autistic interpretation of mathematics and are sporting mud color schemes, copper slinkies, deflated silicone socks, slick flat geometries and black bulging blobs altogether dancing a blasé style.
An epic and poetic journey through a surreal world. Here is a small tribute to modern architecture, isometric video games and sci-fi literature designed and directed by Fabrice Le Nezet.
La obra del artista Marcelo Daldoce va más allá de la pintura bidimensional convencional.
Using her skilled fingers as her tools, Japanese artist Yuko Nishimura transforms large, crisp, single white sheets of a special handmade paper known as kyokushi into complex geometric two and three dimensional conceptual wall reliefs.
David Tarcali, member of the Budapest-based Studio-Nomad, designed a coffee and side table collection called ‘3LEGS’. The three different types of tables are inspired by geometric patterns and architectural shapes. The name 3LEGS reflects the simplicity of how these forms work. Each table is folded from a single sheet of 3-millimeter-thick steel that gives it the characteristic abstract appearance seen from different perspectives.
Kesito is a desktop organizer that helps us to order those little objects that we always have on hand; pencils, paper clips, business cards and of course, our Smartphone. It is composed of three diamond-shaped pieces, with which we can play and form a hexagon. It is made in solid pine, two of the three pieces have a touch of color.
Depeapa is a brand of accessories and objects illustrated and designed by Verónica de Arriba.