Mechanical Wilderness. These sculptural objects, for a Nissan ad campaign by TBWA, morph living creatures and mechanics into striking robotic creatures.
Readymade elements, bicycle parts to be exact, reused in amannere reminiscent of Marcel Duchamp’s ‘Bicycle Wheel’ and ‘The Large Glass.’
A beautiful conceptual ceramic briefcase that demonstrates the exceptional properties of high-tech ceramics in terms of durability, aesthetics and feel.
A casual watch using an EKG graph to display time built upon the gesture of self monitoring.
The open “hairpin” legs allow the tables to hover over each other, expanding surface areas playfully as you need them.
In nostalgia of those past eras when wild imagination was free to formulate utopias about brave new worlds, eager to explore the unknown.
The iconic tape installations of Numen/For Use transformed into carpet.
A sculptural object by designer Artem Zigert of Kazakhstan based ‘mechanical piano’ design collective.
Ka-lai Chan’s limited edition collection of the SheLLf bookcase will be on show at the Kristalia stand at Salone Internazionale del Mobile from 17 to 22 April.
A wireframe wraps around the bag creating an exoskeleton that shapes its form.
Stylish, cross shaped, coat stand and hanger by designer Katerina Kopytina.
Anne Blussé’s print designs for 489 locker-doors, in a newly built school in Holland, are shortlisted for the Frame Moooi Award 2012.
ANNEXO is a set of lamps developed to question the principles of contextualization of objects and the choice of materials as holders of these references.
A series of illustrations by Natalie Shau for jewelery designer Lydia Courteille.
Mathias Bengtsson designed the Slice Chair Plywood chair as an assemblage of horizontal cross-sections stack together into a uniquely lateral profile.
A glowing sci-fi flower. Designed with simplicity of production and assembly in mind.
Modular backpack designed so that contents can be easily accessed. Users can switch out the external containers for speakers, or other accessories.
‘Slide,’ a table lamp ideal for work environments and home-offices, is the latest design by Amsterdam based designer Peter van de Water of ‘Internal affairs.’
A white folded surface with orange outlines shapes a multifunctional coat hanger designed by Istanbul based Tank Design Studio.
Creating porous cement with the use of wax inserts, melted out after the concrete set, to mimic volcanic rock. The light seeps through the holes in the cement.