Category: Design

European Elegance Returning to Home Décor

European Elegance Returning to Home Décor

• September 19, 2013 • Comments (0)

After a few years of the minimalist contemporary style trends the appreciation for elegance and warmth is coming back to homes. This has been pushed by the upscale hotels and bed & breakfast accommodations found by guests to be far more appealing than the straight lines and colder look of modern contemporary rooms. It may […]

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HEXA TABLE LAMP \ Jonathan Dorthe for Atelier-D

HEXA TABLE LAMP \ Jonathan Dorthe for Atelier-D

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• September 19, 2013 • Comments (0)

Designed by Montreal based Jonathan Dorthe for Atelier-D, HEXA TABLE LAMP is a small table lamp that creates a warm atmospheric mood. The base has an hexagonal shape and is made of black acrylic, the shade is made of wood veneer, perforated with a gradiant of hexagons. The dimensions are 9″ wide by 14″ high.

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A DESIGN HOUSE FOR CATS!

A DESIGN HOUSE FOR CATS!

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• September 19, 2013 • Comments (1)

Finally a stylish alternative for scratch poles. From September 17th 2013 Krabhuis can be ordered from www.krabhuis.nl. Krabhuis – Dutch for scratch house – is a cardboard house for cats to sharpen their nails on, to play with and to sleep in. It is designed by three Dutch architects who couldn’t find a decent scratch […]

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WOOD CALENDAR / dialoguemethod for MUNITO

WOOD CALENDAR / dialoguemethod for MUNITO

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• September 17, 2013 • Comments (0)

The design studio dialoguemethod based on Republic of KOREA designed Wood Calendar for MUNITO. MUNITO is the brand in Republic of Korea designing about KOREAN STANDARD furniture and products. This Wood calendar has special point to manufacture it. it is an eco-friendly upcycled product made by throwaway spruce timber. When the building is constructed in […]

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Cylinder Lath Lamps, Table and Pendant Lights \ Jonathan DORTHE

Cylinder Lath Lamps, Table and Pendant Lights \ Jonathan DORTHE

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• September 17, 2013 • Comments (0)

Designed by Montreal based Jonathan Dorthe for Atelier-D. The architectural Lath Lamp is made from a thin laser-cut plywood, assembled to create volume. The horizontal band is made of a zebrano wood veneer to contrast the light structure, which creates a warm lantern effect. The Cylinder Lath Lamp is designed in two different sizes of […]

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Moitié table lamp \ Kutarq Studio

Moitié table lamp \ Kutarq Studio

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• September 9, 2013 • Comments (0)

Moitié is an iconic table lamp using reflection as a key part of the design. It’s got a dynamic aspect: depending on the angle of view, the vision of the lamp varies and there is a feeling of depth. The mirror reflects the half silhouette and creates the full shape. After several shape tests, we […]

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MOON door handle \ DEVO and Joongho Choi

MOON door handle \ DEVO and Joongho Choi

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• September 7, 2013 • Comments (0)

Designer Joongho Choi worked with a door handle manufacturer DEVO to design ‘push & pull’ type door handle which ables opening the door with one touch. This product defines a new type of door handle mechanism, called ‘Push & Pull’, and this provides innovation on user experience and more convenience. Existing door handles needs two […]

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Transit Mantra \ KNOL

Transit Mantra \ KNOL

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• September 5, 2013 • Comments (0)

KNOL has recently completed the ‘Transit Mantra’, a light- and sound installation in a bicycle tunnel. Technology is poetically integrated in the urban landscape to enrich the transit experience. A symbiosis of beautiful design and an improved sense of safety, that is how the installation ‘Transit Mantra’ is best described. Since August 2013, Eindhoven has […]

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Ipno "rocking clock" \ Alessandro Zambelli design studio

Ipno “rocking clock” \ Alessandro Zambelli design studio

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• September 5, 2013 • Comments (0)

The god Somnus strikes Palinurus on the temples with a branch dipped in the ‘dew of Lethe,’ and Aeneas’ helmsman falls asleep. Known in Greek as Hypnos, the god of sleep glides down from the heavenly places in a swirl of dark air which dispels the shadows. Then, according to Virgil, one of the great […]

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Interior Investments You Shouldn’t Scrimp On

Interior Investments You Shouldn’t Scrimp On

• September 4, 2013 • Comments (0)

When decorating your home, no doubt you’ll want to do it on the smallest possible budget. There’s nothing more satisfying than hunting for beautiful bargains, but there are some things that it’s not so wise to try and save money on, as it could end up costing you extra in the long run when it […]

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