Guest of Honour installation and most products showed at the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2013
The bowl changes shape as easily as liquid when it is touched, and continues to quiver momentarily in response to the outside force.
An unconventional mirror, which is both sturdy and safe to move around.
Let your plants climb with Tumbleweed!
nendo designed the new air purification device ‘airleaf mini’ which helps to reduce carbon dioxide.
A look at almost-two-dimensional ceramic vessels.
The five most daring laundry pegs ever seen. Gravity defying and laundry drying!
These snack bowls are bound to add some rocking and rolling to your coffee table.
‘The grain series’ tell us about its production at a time when the knowledge about how objects are made is losing.
This is the concept of recycling discarded plastic bottles into a sprinkling can.
A collection of woven plaids designed by Claire Vos.
Nendo modified the scale of an existing natural form, providing a new way of looking at the world.
A hand-tufted rug designed for Nodus; inspired the pompon sewn onto the crown of their round cap of French naval personnel.
Lamp or display stand? Rather a portable cabinet of curiosities, a microcosm and memory theatre, it is a miniature projection of its owner’s inner world.
On invitation from Duende Studio, eliumstudio redesigns the vinegar maker, an accessory found in country kitchens, making it an urban life accessory.
The colourful ‘One in Other’ Collection for Summer 2011 by Juanjo Oliva focuses on folding and wrapping and creating plain silhouettes with a twist. Plastic transparencies and overlays mark the collection.
Triple V for the three viewpoints which the architects upturned for views to the sea/landscape.
”As for the state of land with a cleared surface, I felt freedom. I’d like to reflect the freedom and possibility in an architectural space”.