An adjustable lighting piece inspired by the contemporary Japanese dance ‘Butoh’.
The AZ versatile desk grows along with your kid as it has three available positions.
A spectacular, multifunctional formulation with a social impact using minimum design and contrasting structural dynamics.
Blaze has been designed to populate the disparate roadside verges of the A66 in Middlesbrough.
The structure comprises over 1000 forks arranged in the shape of an abstracted fish.
The interactivity of this light installation resembles a flock of birds.
Pixelation games provide a constantly changing vision of their work.
Triode Edition is pursuing its production of lights with Arnaud Lapierre, Simon Naouri amongst others, previewed during Paris Design Week.
A pair of glasses and a battery has become nendo’s inspiration for a computer mouse and a stand.
Function and Art is the theme for Daphna Laurens’s new pieces all based on the circle.
Jewellery as finery, jewellery as armour.
This technology provides all the known advantages of the natural marine climate to the dermis, the respiratory tracts and general vitality.
The ‘One Hand Soldering Iron’ is inspired by the classic lead holder, the clutch pencil.
Alcantara’s non-slip surface is the inspiration for nendo’s series of birdhouses.
The theme of the new Arnoldo-Battois spring summer 2012 collection is the trace, memory of colours, shapes, lights and materials.
Concrete domestic items which make best use of modular design and clearness.
Markus Johansson has created a series of lamps that challenges all ideas about what is possible to make out of Corian®.
15,000 maps of London neighbourhoods printed onto tracing paper onto the walls make references to the London fog.
The shared desire of a designer and a metal construction company to create a contemporary production.
nendo will show its new piece “scatter shelf” at Carpenter’s Workshop Gallery in London during the Frieze Art Fair, and Friedman Benda in NY from November 10th
Two benches designed for gardens or open spaces by industrial designer Jairo Lucena.
London based designer Adam Senior creates a stylish workspace with the minimum dimensions.
CPH STREET is a limited edition, hand built single-speed street bike in an intensely black colour that makes a dramatic statement whenever it appears.
A study for future travel as part of the Future Design Series by NAU.
The WoodStock wood rack and chariot is a stylish and useful accessory for the fireplace making it easy to comfortably stock and transport wood logs.
A table that juxtaposes a natural material and industrial process with a sterling silver surface covering a massive block of wood without hiding its character.
Ploum, red dot award winning sofa, shapes a curvy nest of comfort.
red dot design award winner Sweet Spa by Starpool, takes the steam bath out of the cellar and turns it into a luxurious oasis for the bedroom.
With a red dot award as product design of 2011 and as ‘best of the best,’ Hopper is the reinvention of the traditional picnic table.
A desk lamp, inspired by simplicity, made of a single folding steel tube.
A table consisting of seven modules of rotating fiberboard discs on maple legs, connected with aluminium panels that can be arranged in a variety of layouts.
Inspired by the eroded rock formations, Paper Tables by Matt Gagnon are made of layers of recycled paper board that have been laser cut and bolted together.