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.
The tessellated object is a functional sculpture that is ideal for fruit or other small objects.
Upholstered units that are stylish, comfortable, and inviting. Armchair and sofa upholstered in Kvadrat’s Halingdal textile.
A furniture collection for Dutch label ‘Associated.’
In the Arts and crafts British tradition, a small group of designers and craftsmen create contemporary furniture that is unique, elegant and timeless.
Street couture accessories for men, influenced by street couture fashion, Indie rock albums and DIY.
A signage project in 2009-2010 for the home for the elderly in Hottingen, Zurich by Aline Dallo, Tina Stäheli and Kathrin Urban of iA (Information Architects)
A beautiful sculptural, three dimensional faceted mirror embraces the body capturing fragmented views of its reflection.
Elegance and simplicity define the fluid form of this beautiful object.
Iceberg plastic furniture system, designed by Moscow based designer Olga Kryukova, consists of three modules of unusual shape.
Twisted innocence in a series of illustrations by Esra Røise, a Norwegian freelance illustrator based in Oslo.
Aamodt Plumb Architects Wins in Winnipeg – Warming Huts Competition
The staircase as a compressed spatial motion element of a former free field.
The installation, Nocturne of the Limax maximus, includes a fifteen-foot-long, wall-mounted horizontal sculpture called Slug, and a free-standing floor-to-ceiling structure titled Egg.