Monthly Archives: October 2015

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By combining a simple archetypical ceramic basin with a light furniture-like support structure, Ray- a bathroom sink set-up has been created for the ex.t shop by German designer Michael Hilgers. The varnished steel wires which brace the wooden legs can

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Matsuhiro Nishimoto is founder of Yume Zuki, a lantern shop based in Hiroshima, Japan. They combine traditional Japanese lanterns with different art forms. To Japanese people, Washi lanterns bring a feeling of nostalgia and old-world Japan. The word “Washi” comes

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Space-saving futon furniture makes any room bigger. Sofa by day, bed by night – versatile and functional futon sofa-sleepers are ideal in that extra room for overnight guests, or as a primary sofa or bed anywhere in your home. Comfort,

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With a keen eye for detail, refinement and quality mixed with a little fun and originality, Vitamin’s product are more than just a little out of the ordinary. Needle lamp is a surprisingly original and elegant accessory for the modern

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Exploring geometries in two or three dimensions, Arik Levy designed for VIBIA the pendant lighting fixture WIREFLOW, an authentic sculpture of light in space. WIREFLOW reinterprets from a contemporary and original point of view the classical hanging luminaries, thanks to

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One of today’s trendiest bed styles is that of a platform bed. These particular beds are usually made of materials like wood or metal. Unlike beds that might accommodate both a mattress and a box springs, platform beds are simply

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The negative factor of burnt wood is transformed into aesthetic and emotional value. Preservation of the natural form of the tree trunk within the explicit boundaries. The general,squared form intensifies the artificial feeling, and in the same time keeps the

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Cambodian artist Sopheap Pich develops large-scale sculptures that draw on the history of his native country, daily life and own personal experiences and surroundings. His installation ‘compound’ is a construction using agricultural and craft materials found throughout Cambodia: bamboo, metal