‘What have you always wanted in your home, but have never been able to find?’
The collection is based on Suprematism that arose from Malevich`s works as well as in some aspects of cubism and Neoplasticism.
Verónica Martínez Design, VMD, takes the dynamic shapes found in our natural surroundings and reimagines them in functional design.
Studio Drift is part of the multi faceted art exhibition ‘FEITO POR BRASILEIROS/ MADE BY BRAZILIANS’ from September 9th until October 12th 2014.
Octa takes its name from its eight legs (octo meaning eight in Greek) and is inspired by the game of Mikado pick-up sticks.
Golden A’ Design Award Winner for Street Furniture Design Category in 2013
Introducing #miZXFLUX, the new app for Android and iOS from adidas Originals that let’s you print almost anything onto a pair of ZX Flux.
Morpholio Collaborates with Interior Design Giants and Brings You to the Table
Interior lighting from discarded vintage car and motorcycle parts, bringing elements from the shop or garage into the living room in an artistic way.
A pop up exhibition at Sir John Soane’s Museum to coincide with London Design Festival 2014
A teaser preview from photographer José Campos. The full collection will be presented in Paris, 5-9 September, at the furniture fair Design & Objet.
Usually unattractive, the electrical cable is here used to direct the lighting by a sliding motion turning it into a nice graphic element.
To overcome the problems of riding at night, the design merges the indicator, brake and headlights into the frame in a way that it affords a safer ride.
A new Clavius to celebrate its first 10 years (2004-2014)
Hoods that light or lamps that extract?
Splinter Works have pioneered the use of carbon fibre in the bathroom; indeed the pieces have to be produced in a giant autoclave, which is normally used to make Formula 1 cars.
BUILD is a structure, a piece furniture, a bleacher, a giant desk, a library, a gallery, a living room, an auditorium, an architecture.
The ordinarily hard material gains new functionality and a light, flexible feel, as though the metal has become paper or cloth.
A modern and functional clinic that reflects the charm and pleasantness suggested by its name: Dental Angels.
An everyday simple and modern coffee table for this generation that rejects the status symbol of the old English tea room and its owner – the upper social class