‘The Ordinary Family’ is a collection of used furniture carefully selected and modified by the designer.
With a minimum amount of material used and with minimum processing, this airy product gives an impressive lightness reminiscent of a leaf dancing in the air.
Inspired by nature, the panels are embroidered just like fabric and back lighted through a methacrylate panel and led diffuser.
A throwaway object brought to life for fun.
A beautifully imposing floor lamp designed by Numéro 111 for Ligne Roset. Peye was exhibited at Imm Cologne Maison & Objet Paris 2012.
QZone is a gazebo distinguished by a cube-shaped frame.
Versatile and amusing, it is a coffee table which also acts as a small piece of furniture for storage.
Mediterranean influenced floor and ceiling lamps woven in bright colours.
Experimental digital artworks by Vienna based illustrator Michael Ostermann.
Steel and concrete transformed from ordinary industrial materials into a versatile family of candle stick holders, Candle Columns.
ALL+ offers QZone-Kitchen, a solution to cook without any limitations, even outside.
‘Compas’ is a timeless tribute to contemporary furniture conceived in the forties on the principle of fluidity and comfort.
A glossy black disk emitting ambient RGB light becomes an intriguing black hole in the wall with an atmospheric aura. Light comes out of the darkness…
Limited edition of a hybrid shelving unit by Saint-Etienne based designers Numéro 111 for Galerie Gosserez.
Katra is of fibre from a variety of nettle, appears among the most resistant natural fibres which possess more superior qualities than fibreglass.
BUNK BED is a multifunctional piece of furniture for children’s rooms that offers extra space under the bed to be used as a study corner or playground.
Luminous friendly forms.
A grid of vertical and horizontal lines, reminiscent of Piel Mondrian, forms square and rectangular drawers in varying sizes.
‘Being’ Concept Rocking Chair designed by Aidan Morris of Bent Creations is made using techniques such as bent laminations and coopering.
These are the first glove/mitten combination that keeps your hands warm in the coldest conditions which include touch-screen sensitive gloves.