Monthly Archives: June 2015

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The agile silhouette of the popular New York armchair is the starting point for this new upholstered piece from Saba. Its cosmopolitan allure is enhanced by the hexagonal shape of the structure, which stands on slender tubular steel feet that

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Angled steel panels tessellate to form these decorative mirrors by Paris designer Samuel Accoceberry. Accoceberry built the LUXX mirrors from a series of reflective parallelograms and diamonds, which he tilted so edges fit together and mounted onto three-dimensional frames. Polished

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‘Increased value’ is a series of objects representing synthesized reflections on the idea of money through adornment where tickle engages in a meticulous and deliberate interrogation of the material. Slicing, cutting and reassembling one dollar bills, Lauren Vanessa Tickle creates

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Silo Pendant Lamp

Silo hanging lamp by Stockholm’s Note Design Studio, which was inspired by the classical silhouette of a grain silo and comes in white, black, yellow and green. This shape was refined during the design phase to finally become Silo –

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During 2013 Bolon launches Wing – a flooring tile that allows architects and designers to combine several of the company’s collections and elevate them to a new level. Wing, which is part of Bolon Studio, facilitates new dimensions for large

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Urbanus created a table sculpture, where melamine imitates dark stone. When it’s empty, the ‘Trayscape’ looks like a lake landscape, surrounded by gentle hills of a traditional Chinese garden environment. Trayscape is part of the Alessi project (un)forbidden city -eight

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Vapeur Motif Lamps

French designer Inga Sempe presents her Vapeur Motif Lamps for Moustache during Milan design week 2013. Using the mechanical and structural qualities of pleats to create strange and large self-supporting volumes, the wrinkled Tyvek bodies filter light to create soft