Monthly Archives: August 2015

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Made of felt, this intricate flower is a seating unit with a dual function. In its unfolded state, Dahlia is a comfortable floor cushion. Flipped into a vertical position and unfolded, it becomes a flower-like stool in full bloom whose

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Cubic is the innovative modular system consisting of three modular elements designed by studioPANG. This basic geometric shape create countless others. Each of the elements can be placed on all sides, to build chairs, tables and stools. Cubic is lightweight

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Dutch design team Scholten + Baijings have collaborated with danish manufacturer hay to produce a line of geometric textiles for the home. The collection, which is composed of carpets, bed linens and tea towels was revealed at Maison et Objet

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Seating Islands

‘Oasis’ is a series of different seating islands-from a single chair to a sofa-focusing on the aspect of upholstery in its design. Conceived by Swiss Atelier Oï for Moroso, the collection draws on a desire to create different components which

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Elizabeth Neel’s Humpndump takes dogs and their dirty deeds as a departure point into a critique of abstract painting. Rendered in uncomfortably luscious fleshy and scatological tones, overlaid with faint illustrations of canine love, Neel takes an absurdist’s stab at