Category: Design

Double Chaise Longue | Sand & Birch

Double Chaise Longue | Sand & Birch

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• November 15, 2010 • Comments (0)

Did you ever wonder about how primitives might elegantly have a nap after long and exhausting hunting and fruit picking days? Sand & Birch Design studio thought of it! Maybe the first chaise longue in history looked just like this: a huge dinosaur bone abandoned by a predator – or maybe buried by a glaciation […]

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60/CH Wrist Watch | Christian Harrup Design

60/CH Wrist Watch | Christian Harrup Design

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• November 11, 2010 • Comments (2)

60/CH Wrist Watch is the latest creation by Christian Harrup Design. One of the main aims for the 60/CH wrist watch is to give the user a simple yet intriguing way to tell the time. It works using the same principles common in the analogue watch yet when not in use has no visible hands […]

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V-two Furniture  | Studio DesignJoo

V-two Furniture | Studio DesignJoo

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• November 11, 2010 • Comments (1)

Korean studio DesignJoo recently has completed the V-two Furniture. It’s the changeable furniture design letting users transform it whenever they want to make it more suitable to the organization of the space. It doesn’t take a fixed shape but is unique customized furniture. Users can adjust the space as they need by pushing it in or […]

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Waveone + Honeybee | Studio DesignJoo

Waveone + Honeybee | Studio DesignJoo

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• November 6, 2010 • Comments (0)

Korean furniture designer Juil Kim, the founder of studio DesignJoo designed the Waveone & Honeybee stool. The Waveone is changeable furniture that could be adjusted with the surroundings whenever the user wants. A leap from the conventional furniture, like putting up blocks as you needed. The Honeybee stool’s design taking as a motive the honeybee. It […]

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Hot Pants Smokin' | White arkitekter + Butong

Hot Pants Smokin’ | White arkitekter + Butong

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• November 4, 2010 • Comments (0)

Titled ‘Hot Pants Smokin‘, referring to the song by James Brown, this sculpture of concrete and light was executed by White arkitekter and Butong for the biannual Uppsala Lighting Festival (a.k.a. Allt Ljus på Uppsala). Uppsala is situated in northern Europe, as far north as Alaska or Greenland. Through the dark month of november this […]

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Skiitch | Kassen Lifestyle

Skiitch | Kassen Lifestyle

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• November 3, 2010 • Comments (0)

Kassen Lifestyle Creates the Definitive, Modern Cat-Scratch Post with Skiitch. Kassen Lifestyle has has proved with the Skiitch that the modern lifestyle can finally coexist with the cats in your life, all without sacrificing modern aesthetics and great design. The Skiitch cat-scratch post provides 28 inches of vertical and nine inches of horizontal scratching area, […]

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AAKKOSET Shelf / Room Divider for KAYIWA

AAKKOSET Shelf / Room Divider for KAYIWA

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• November 3, 2010 • Comments (0)

You may use both AAKKOSET’s obverse and reverse to hold books, CDs, magazines et cetera. As a room divider, you may also choose to leave it empty. The meticulous 4-week process to make just one AAKKOSET uniquely combines the very latest manufacturing technology with traditional craftsmanship: In brief, Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) is fed through […]

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Plera Pendant Lamp | DZstudio

Plera Pendant Lamp | DZstudio

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• October 30, 2010 • Comments (2)

Plera is a new suspension lamp designed by DZstudio of Enrico Zanolla and Andrea Di FIlippo. Pleara means funnel in Friulan, the language spoken in northeastern Italy. The idea was to realize a small suspension lamp which could express minimalism but with the soft touch of the wood in opposition to the cold touch of […]

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Blue Cable Rope chairs by Tom Price presented in Chic Art Fair Paris

Blue Cable Rope chairs by Tom Price presented in Chic Art Fair Paris

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• October 30, 2010 • Comments (0)

For the occasion of the Chic Art Fair Paris, British designer Tom Price created this serpentine bench by seamlessly weaving together 5 separate Blue Cable Rope chairs. A perfect compliment to the newly renovated Docks en Seine building which now houses the Paris center of fashion and design on the left bank of the Seine. […]

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SOD Project | Guillaume Lehoux

SOD Project | Guillaume Lehoux

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• October 29, 2010 • Comments (1)

A french product designer Guillaume Lehoux designed the SOD Project which was based on the results of a NASA experiment. This experiment was designed to study the influence of certain psychoactive substances on the behavior of living things. The researchers inoculated the test substances (marijuana, caffeine, benzedrine and chloral hydrate) to spiders and then let […]

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