Category: Design

Show-room in Champs-Elysées | Pascal Grasso Architectures

Show-room in Champs-Elysées | Pascal Grasso Architectures

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• January 12, 2011 • Comments (1)

Pascal Grasso Architectures recently has completed the Show-room for Stella K in Champs-Elysées. The origin of the project consists therefore in the transformation of these long corridors in a functional and atypical space, the strain of the place becoming its strength. Pascal Grasso Architectures + Project description by Pascal Grasso The company Stella K, specialized […]

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MOT Hanger | Jongho Park

MOT Hanger | Jongho Park

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• January 11, 2011 • Comments (0)

Might many people sympathize if a series of daily acts that we see and feel around us were place on design? MOT is a hanger that paid attention to an act of nailing. We can see in many case around us that it is not well nailed but bent. MOT is reflected an act of […]

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Lathira | Francisco del Corral del Campo

Lathira | Francisco del Corral del Campo

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• January 11, 2011 • Comments (0)

Spanish architect Francisco del Corral del Campo recently has created the multi-functional Lathira collection that could be used as table, chair, bench or bis a bis. The Lathira is made of one material, one or two folded strips. User could choose the material (wood, metal or plastic) and its color depending on user’s preferences. Lathira‘s […]

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New LAM Lamp Range | Duffy London

New LAM Lamp Range | Duffy London

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• January 11, 2011 • Comments (1)

New for 2011, Duffy London are excited to announce the launch of their latest range of LAB Lamps which are now available in a variety of colours. These contemporary desk and floor lights use genuine laboratory components in their construction. The sand blasted Pyres flasks enable the lamps to provide a warm and ambient grow. […]

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1x3, 1x6 and 4x3 | Petar Zaharinov

1×3, 1×6 and 4×3 | Petar Zaharinov

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• January 10, 2011 • Comments (1)

Bulgarian architect/designer Petar Zaharinov has created these 1×3, 1×6 and 4×3 tables which are inspired by interlocking burr puzzles. The name of a particular piece of furniture comes from the logic of its structure. It consists of the number of different element types multiplied by the number of elements of each type. The whole mathematical […]

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Modernatique Chair set | Cho hyung suk

Modernatique Chair set | Cho hyung suk

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• January 3, 2011 • Comments (2)

Korean designer Cho, hyung suk recently has created the Modernatique Chair set. In general, Furniture is divided in two style, Modern and Antique. These two styles are very different in appearance. so it is very different from each attraction. Modernatique chair has the each elements of these two styles. Beautiful curves of antique and clean […]

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Monster Chair | Jinyoung Choi

Monster Chair | Jinyoung Choi

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• January 2, 2011 • Comments (1)

South Korean product designer Jinyoung Choi has designed a lounge chair called Monster. Monster Chair underlines the existence of furniture itself and the person sitting on that by making two-dimensional seat to weighty mass. When you look at that front ways, you see the feature well. Monster chair was designed for idealgraph furniture collection project […]

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The Environment Friendly Paper Tube Chair + Interlux Chair | Manfred Kielnhofer

The Environment Friendly Paper Tube Chair + Interlux Chair | Manfred Kielnhofer

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• December 29, 2010 • Comments (1)

Manfred Kielnhofer has created the Environment Friendly Paper Tube Chair. The armchairs were made from used cardboard tubes, they are durable and still retained good condition since their production in 2002 even have been used for various events. Interlux chair is made of plexiglas and neon light. You can also change the light tubes easily […]

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Light Guards | Manfred Kielnhofer

Light Guards | Manfred Kielnhofer

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• December 28, 2010 • Comments (5)

The Austrian designer Manfred Kielnhofer imagines the “Light Guards“, lamps sculptural-like fabric draped silhouettes. Size and enigmatic among religious figures and phantoms, those strange lights outside are made of polyester and equipped with energy saving lamps 32 W. + Designer: Manfred Kielnhofer

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"Sound Waves" Table | Kim HyunJoo

“Sound Waves” Table | Kim HyunJoo

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• December 27, 2010 • Comments (1)

Kim HyunJoo, a South-Korean industrial designer created a “Sound Waves” table. “Sound Waves” table is a tea table which is made of beech wood, and varnished with natural paint. The shape of leg shows a curve of sound wave. It is not only decorative, but also modern. + Material: Beech wood + Size: W600 x […]

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