Furniture pieces on wheels and beds inspired from the ‘box within a box’ concept, add privacy and flexibility to this place for visiting artists and curators to stay.
A table collection for Walt Disney Japan, based on Winnie the Pooh and his friends.
Oppositions and mixing extremes: Modernity / Tradition, Masculine / Feminine, White / Black, Sharp / Liquid.
nendo will exhibit new furniture collection ‘brushstroke’ for Glasitalia during Milan Salone 2014
Philips scooped an unprecedented 4 Gold winners from across the broad scope of Philips innovations.
Cronos, a 32m motor yacht concept by Simone Madella and Lorenzo Berselli.
The largest official collection of original James Bond vehicles, will be on display for the first time in London.
LED desk lamp with charging device for various portable devices.
Brass taping is pleated between sheer fabrics and is manipulated loosely to form organic waves. The collection received the HOMI Makers Design Award 2014.
UL-02 floor lamp designed by Anthony Cleary and Ina O’Connor of Unleaded Design.
Forward-looking travel bags for progressive driving made from carbon fibre.
Elica @ EuroCucina 2014
Oversized satin flowers disguise the models forming unusual silhouettes.
Zooid wall is the first member of the new Zooid Collection
Douglas is very protective of kitchen utensils, ensuring that they don’t disappear into the soup or make a mess while lying around.
An intriguing mixture of design, technology and science fiction, the 3d printed, self repairing trainers, reveal glimpses of a potential future.
When used as a shower, light spills out from within the water jets, turning the entire shower into a luminous object.
Great hardware for small people. All the elements of the TIBOU collection present a small hook on their front face to encourage diversion of their use.
Rather than a standard grid of Perspex containers, the array of multi-coloured sweets is set within an elaborate sculptural container, inspired by scientiﬁc models of the atomic structure.
‘In a World without Words’ series by Brooklyn based Korean photographer Ina Jang.