More than 600 creations have been selected: high jewellery pieces, mystery clocks, watches and precious objects will be exhibited alongside private loans on show for the very first time.
The exhibition reinvestigates the concept of the camp and re-creates a domestic camp environment: ‘There is no camp like home’.
A versatile and fun lamp with an elegant and organic sperm-like shape.
A floor lamp and a coffee table, two separate objects that need each other to be completed, just like man and woman.
The ‘phone booth aquarium’ questions the redundancy of old structures and offers a moment for urban dwellers to escape from their daily environment.
Glasscape is a reinterpretation of the classic fishbowl, transforming the basic home item into a beautiful new icon.
Like a DIY set of blocks, the Bloc’d sofa is actually a furnishing system that offers multiple seating arrangements for different settings and spaces.
52 different layers of Opalflex® transform it from a source of light into an object of admiration with soft, amplified tones and reflections.
Scotch Club is a ceramic ‘disco ball’ spotlight, which can be placed in different positions. Its facetted allows the user to adjust the light in any direction.
Beautiful pictures of the making of Ianus stone tub.
Do you love to wake up with the sunrise? Then this lamp for you.
A steel construction combined with a Plexiglas shell that dissolves into fragmentary lines object functions as a handrail construction in the upper part which develops in the lower part into a sort of oversized lighting object.
EDWARD table lamp by German designers form|knast is inspired by a classic clip with two retro styled clumps forming its base and torso.
Named after the affable racing driver Graham Hill, Graham floor lamp gives a nod to sixties Formula 1 styling.
Chocolates like a set of oil paints for a Japanese department store.
Stylish and elegant, the standing desk is functional and versatile, a lecture podium, reception desk or just a ‘standing’ workstation.
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A multifunctional minimalistic object that combines a stool, a tray and a side-table in one, designed by Copenhagen based Norm Architects.
As part of the Architecture for Dogs initiative, Mount Pug is a DIY playground for pugs, designed by Kengo Kuma.
Etna, named after the volcano, carries curves at the top which evoke lava flows gliding down its slope.