A combination of sturdy aluminum frames and slats of reclaimed lumber are assembled to create beautiful shelving furniture.
Tea2Go is a microwave based tea kettle for on the go individuals who wish to drink tea daily, but who do not have time for a traditional tea making process.
Power Pod is a stylish minimal portable power source and accessory tray all in one that can be used on any table top for easy and elegant access to power.
When overlapping, the four parts of the stool interlock and create a structure strong enough to support a person.
Constructed of leather straps hung across supports, Read-unread physically weighs the balance of books that have been read, against those yet to be read.
With its colourful pop aesthetics, the GYM lounge chair, designed by Radek Nowakowski, is the perfect, uplifting piece of furniture for a blissful residential environment.
A modular, adjustable display system composed of tessellating hexagonal units made of brushed stainless steel.
The SW_1 Collection for Coalesse rethinks the conference setting and the notion of live/work.
A stylish wooden frame in the shape of a miniature gallows enlightens our life with a nuance of irony.
Nest, a stylish and iconic baby furniture collection tampering with the modern aesthetics the 60’s.
The locus of Israel, as defined by its culture and archaeology, is explored and reconstructed in the context of modernity.
A table concept by Turkish artist and designer Kemal Yılmaz.
SULTAN double bed for children designed by Katerina Reich in 2010.
A flexible Oled screen smartphone concept by Brazilian designer Dinard da Mata.
Traditional futon furniture redesigned for small spaces. It easily converts from a lounge chair to a king size bed with the help of 3 Velcro straps.
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.
LAN Architecture* imagined the building as a sort of line that simultaneously follows the skyline and the ground.
The aim was to test the fitness of a particular module, copied from nature, to generate architectural space, with the assumption that the intelligence of the smallest unit dictates the intelligence of the overall system.