‘de M-serie’ by artist and architect Sander Bokkinga is a series of objects that reflects on the honesty and roughness of materials.
A reclaimed longleaf pine beam, supported by dovetail shaped cold-rolled steel legs, becomes a multifunctional object to be used as a bench or coffee table.
A tyrannosaurus skeleton by artist and creative director Troy Picou.
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DESMOS is a new set of stackable stools made of bent stainless steel rod designed to question the idea of bonding.
Designer Jon Fancher reveals the joy and ‘Satisfaction’ in shredding paper.
Designed by Patricia Urquiola in 2009, the Emu Re-Trouve outdoor furniture collection is inspired by the the fifties, blending nostalgia and modernity.
Its originality is based on the reinterpretation of local forms and techniques within a modern context.
A massive wooden volume balances on a base that appears to be too slender to support it, thus creating an intriguing structural and optical paradox.
Il Fausto is a small steel tricycle; it has a bookrack to carry around your favorite readings and a moving headlight to see where you’re going.
Inspired by architecture and its elements, designer Eric Jourdan creates an object leaving materials, textures and construction details on view.
A very stylish chair with a touch of roughness based on the idea of combining an external steel wireframe with wooden volumes.
Sculptured chest of drawers made from Tasmanian Blackwood off-cuts.
Svalbard is a small flat pillow with a wooden top that can be applied or removed thanks to magnets.
The staircase as a compressed spatial motion element of a former free field.
A bathroom where mutually alternating fragmentary mirror surfaces and lighting fixtures form a jigsaw puzzle of an image and a reflection.
This building hosts two dwelling units, but lacks of house scale. It uses the abstraction of the traditional dwelling elements to mislead the visitor and to attract his attention to the environment.
The Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1 announce HWKN as the 2012 winner of the annual Young Architects Program in New York.