Tag: Creative design

Screen 9 | Studio Lilica

Screen 9 | Studio Lilica

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• October 14, 2009 • Comments (0)

America-based Studio Lilica has designed the free-formed space divider and featured as a screen – Screen 9. + Project description courtesy of Studio Lilica This modern room divider defines space with good form. Made from flame resistant Polyester and formed fiberglass on a nickel finish frame. 78” h. x 72” w. Available in White, Tangerine […]

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Pocket Chair | Agnieszka Nowak of H3AR

Pocket Chair | Agnieszka Nowak of H3AR

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• October 12, 2009 • Comments (1)

Agnieszka Nowak of H3AR is a student of Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan, Poland. She has designed the Pocket Chair which is ideally made of A3 paper size and converted to a chair of 40 centimeters above ground.

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Jimmi's Galaxy | Edwards Moore Architects

Jimmi’s Galaxy | Edwards Moore Architects

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• October 1, 2009 • Comments (0)

Australian architects Ben Edwards and Juliet Moore (Edwards Moore Architects) have designed a series of bespoke mirrored dog boxes & as a place for pampered pets, the box is made from laser-cut mdf, with a mirrored 880 Lucida Abet Laminati laminate finish. It is named after their first ‘client’ Jimmi, Edwards’ dog, and gives the […]

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"Selfportrait" Chair | Ka-Lai Chan

“Selfportrait” Chair | Ka-Lai Chan

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• September 15, 2009 • Comments (0)

Selfportrait, image courtesy of Ka-Lai Chan Selfportrait, image courtesy of Ka-Lai Chan The young designer Ka-Lai Chan has designed an innovative chair “Selfportrait” in her graduation project. In 2009, she established her own design studio. + Design statement courtesy of Ka-Lai Chan “Selfportrait” is a graduation project based on the emotions and suppressed feelings what […]

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i:wing | Bionic Motion GmbH

i:wing | Bionic Motion GmbH

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• August 8, 2009 • Comments (0)

The Germany-based Bionic Motion GmbH has developed a new and innovative ventilation system that is based on the principles of ‘bionic air circulation’. The i:wing was shaped on nature’s example: it was derived from the beat of a bird’s wing. Its movements are silent – for comfortably smooth ventilation without draught. That makes the i:wing […]

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Cassette Tapes Lamp | ooo my design

Cassette Tapes Lamp | ooo my design

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• July 30, 2009 • Comments (0)

A Spanish design studio ooo my design recycled the tape and cassette for box lamp and floor lamp. + Design statement courtesy of ooo my design CASSETTE TAPES BOX LAMP An homage to a music tape, which kept us company all trough the 80ies and became a symbol of a generation. Taking advantage of its […]

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Object of Sound | NOCC

Object of Sound | NOCC

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• July 27, 2009 • Comments (0)

Incredible design concept and idea that transforming the unique sound profile to physical objects using rapid manufacturing technology, designed by Paris-based studio NOCC. + Design description courtesy of NOCC Paris-based studio NOCC‘s Object of Sound is a collection of objects consisting of a candle holder, a lampshade, and a vase. Each item takes its form […]

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Scream | PIE studio

Scream | PIE studio

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• July 21, 2009 • Comments (0)

Miami based design studio PIE studio recently has launched an aluminum chair – Scream, after the success of the Steel Tongue (PIE studio‘s first aluminum chair) back in 2005 (Steel Tongue became a Permanent Collection to the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution NYC in 2006). + Design statement courtesy of PIE studio Scream: Design […]

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‘Gorge’ Coffee Table | Ramei Keum

‘Gorge’ Coffee Table | Ramei Keum

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• June 12, 2009 • Comments (1)

A talent designer from South Korea Ramei Keum has designed a contemporary coffee table which is folded in V shape. The geometric form was designed aesthetically and functionally, made in steel and finished in powder coated. + Designer’s statement courtesy of Ramei Keum ‘Gorge’ is a coffee table with a shape of a gorge. Designing […]

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Modular Screen | Moorhead & Moorhead

Modular Screen | Moorhead & Moorhead

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• May 31, 2009 • Comments (1)

Modular Screen for Lerival, designed by a New York-based architecture and industrial design studio – Moorhead & Moorhead, formed in 2000 by brothers Granger and Robert Moorhead. The screen system is comprised of a series CNC milled panels, designed to de-emphasize the individual panel when the pieces are assembled together.

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