Tag: Modern furniture

LG European Design Centre | Jump Studios

LG European Design Centre | Jump Studios

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• April 2, 2009 • Comments (1)

London-based architecture and design practice, Jump Studios has recently completed the designs for a new European Design HQ for LG, a leader in consumer electronics and mobile communications.

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Media Coffee Table | Sergey Saava

Media Coffee Table | Sergey Saava

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• March 14, 2009 • Comments (1)

You no longer need a magazine holder, the snazzy Media Coffee Table by Sergey Saava helps to control all your magazine on the table with a sliding box. cool huh. + Material MDF, veneer. Available veneers: american oak (on photo), venge, walnut, zebrawood, ebony. Dimensions: h 50 cm, w 80 cm, d 45 cm.

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SANCAL Fusion Armchair | Rafa García

SANCAL Fusion Armchair | Rafa García

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• March 11, 2009 • Comments (0)

SANCAL has released a new design SANCAL Fusion Armchair, created by Rafa García. SANCAL is a Spanish based furniture brand produces creative, elegant yet functional pieces that fit into virtually any space. Fusion is a multi-purpose armchair with compact dimensions, it offers three variants: Fusion armchair (wooden arms and legs with a seat just above […]

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Contemporary and Innovative Kitchen Series | ernestomeda

Contemporary and Innovative Kitchen Series | ernestomeda

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• February 22, 2009 • Comments (1)

ernestomeda, is a young and dynamic company focused on the highest segment of the kitchen market, adopting an advanced and innovative approach for their kitchen design, favouring transversal finishes and layout solutions. The programmes now available are: Barrique, Elektra, Silverbox, One, Fusion, Seventy, Verve, Solaris and Suprême. Those series are finished in different materials.

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The Fade Armchair, Skram

The Fade Armchair, Skram

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• February 16, 2009 • Comments (0)

A North Carolina based furniture manufacturer Skram furniture co. has lanuched a new design, the Fade Armchair for the Hillsborough. Skram offers products that merge unparalleled workmanship with spare but approachable modern design. The Fade Armchair is made of solid rift white oak, ebonized finish.

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BIllys Brother | ADDI

BIllys Brother | ADDI

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• January 16, 2009 • Comments (1)

I believe you have seen so many waving book selves like this, but the key idea to me for this book shelf is to be anti-gravity as the books seem falling off from the shelf by its inclination, but it is not. A hybrid between a traditional shelf and a sculpture, the shelf interacts between […]

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Chaise longue AR1 | Arthur Rottier

Chaise longue AR1 | Arthur Rottier

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• January 1, 2009 • Comments (0)

Comes to 2009, our first post is the AR1 Chaise longue by Arthur Rottier which will be presented at the IMM2009 in Cologne, Germany. The chair is made of EPS and Polyether foam, finished in a rock hard coating for the white base, and a very soft leather-like coating for the cushon-colored parts. [ AR1 […]

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Eco series | Berhin Studios

Eco series | Berhin Studios

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• December 29, 2008 • Comments (0)

A green designer Johan Berhin who designs with a vision – “work with nature and not against it.” The Eco series design by Berlin studios are locally resourced and produced in the south of Sweden. Berhin Studios has launched Green Furniture Award in 2008 as hoping to push the limit in making environmental product. ‘One […]

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Sewn Chair + Cut Chair | Filippo Ghezzani

Sewn Chair + Cut Chair | Filippo Ghezzani

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• December 28, 2008 • Comments (0)

Sewn chair and Cut chair, both designed by Italy based designer Filippo Ghezzani, originated from the concept of fragmentation, the idea is abandoning the traditional concept of stability that the chair is seen as represented in its unity and composite simplicity. Cut horizontally or vertically, the chair is composed of individual parts that seem to […]

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Graffititek Bookshelf | Charles Kalpakian

Graffititek Bookshelf | Charles Kalpakian

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• December 26, 2008 • Comments (0)

Inspired by Parisian graffiti, the Graffititek bookshelf is created by French designer Charles Kalpakian. This bookshelf design challenges the conventional standard bookshelf that eschews the straight line, as a result all the books get askew. Due to its imploded geometry, it gives a new life to the books. You might say its like a mess, […]

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