Mensa Series Tables, designed by Lazerian, a Manchester, England based design/manufacturer. The tables featuring the rigid nested effect base that formed by computerized birch plywood modules.
The W shaped and seamless chair provides a comfortable sitting position. As you sit on it you will feel that it is quite rigid in the bottom part but has a good amount of flex in the backrest allowing the round curves to smoother your body as you lean back.
Shattered, assembled by Canadian designer Brent Comber, he creates furniture using wood in unusual ways. The wood pieces pattern cut into various contemporary geometric forms, and fit them together like puzzle pieces. It ends up the chaotic-yet-organize aesthetic.
Brodie Neill, a young dynamic designer who is only 28-year-old Australian has quickly built up an impressive collection of international exhibitions and prestigious clientele. He has established his current studio in London’s East End
Perhaps you are having 3 in 1 coffee now, but have you ever seen 3 in 1 coffee table? Here we are, the Fracture Table, designed by British designer Matthew Hilton, who will launch his new collection at 100% Design London later this month (18-21 September 2008). Fracture is
A Singapore based CRISP designer Brian Law & Tan Sixiu has launched In-Conversation collection, a series of floor furniture in Milan International Furniture Fair 2008. The idea is to create a relaxing space where the conversation takes prominence. His inspiration for the design is based on the emotions that cause the shapes and curves of […]
Ronen Kadushin recently sent us his design Hard Copies for his coming exhibition “the open design collection of furniture and lighting by designer Ronen Kadushin“, on 1-22 Nov 2008, at the Appel Design Gallery, in Berlin.