Inspired by the lightness of paper and resembling the exquisite origami geometries, it folds to achieve perfect ergonomics.
A playful experimentation with the illusion of weightlessness.
Based on triangular geometries, the crystal-shaped structures impose their presence to the surrounding space.
The joints become a distinctive exoskeleton that holds the chair’s parts together exposing the dualistic relationship of form and structure.
A small satchel handbag by Grzegorz Bien characterised by the design philosophy of an industrial design product rather than a fashion accessory.
Think positive! Handmade silkscreen prints, influenced by graphic arts and typography, effectively communicate a simple and direct message.
A table lamp inspired by traditional oil lanterns. A cork knob, like the one used to adjust the wick, dims the light from a subtle orange glow to bright white.
Made of disposable bottles and designed in a way that absorbs sound, ‘Under The Bell’ improves the quality of living with minimum environmental impact.
Invited to design a knuckle-duster, Didier Faustino has landed the Chip’N Dale project presented at the Galerie Filomena Soares in Lisbon until 10th March 2012.
Limited edition of handmade multi-purpose cubes designed and produced by UK based Method Furniture and adorned with prints by a diverse selection of artists.
‘de M-serie’ by artist and architect Sander Bokkinga is a series of objects that reflects on the honesty and roughness of materials.
A reclaimed longleaf pine beam, supported by dovetail shaped cold-rolled steel legs, becomes a multifunctional object to be used as a bench or coffee table.
A tyrannosaurus skeleton by artist and creative director Troy Picou.
‘You may wonder: What is a Light Blub??
BOXX ® the 1 meter all electric, all wheel drive device vehicle™
DESMOS is a new set of stackable stools made of bent stainless steel rod designed to question the idea of bonding.
Designer Jon Fancher reveals the joy and ‘Satisfaction’ in shredding paper.
Designed by Patricia Urquiola in 2009, the Emu Re-Trouve outdoor furniture collection is inspired by the the fifties, blending nostalgia and modernity.
Its originality is based on the reinterpretation of local forms and techniques within a modern context.
A massive wooden volume balances on a base that appears to be too slender to support it, thus creating an intriguing structural and optical paradox.