Monthly Archives: September 2016

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Sleep Box represents a contemporary and organic piece of furniture, designed for the demands of an increasingly urbanized environment. A sinuous life-sized object which creates a place of comfort and relaxation within airports, offices or other semi-public spaces, providing peace

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Steve Kim is a painter residing in Los Angeles, currently attending Claremont Graduate University. His paintings attempt to transform visual experience into something more durable, desirable, and occasionally unsettling. A process not unlike pickling.

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Andrew Hem‘s introspective, otherworldly paintings explore realities one step away from our everyday waking life. Fascinated by graffiti at an early age, he honed his skills with graphics and composition on the walls of the city before following a passion

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SO design collection

SO art for design is a brand that creates and produces accessorizes for free time, objects of leisure and creative furnishing complements.The main idea of SO, is to gift the talent of affirmed and emergent artists to everyday design, transforming

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Graffiti Art by Saber

Saber is an American graffiti artist, and painter working in Los Angeles. He is famous with series of abstract works in spray paint, oils and charcoal. Now he shows stars ‘and’ stripes flags on stained wood and depictions of the

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The Revolving Room by Patricia Urquiola is a unique and interactive installation featuring Patricia Urquiola’s new textile collection for Kvadrat. The installation celebrates Patricia Urquiola’s first textile collection for Kvadrat and her new and existing products for Moroso. The collection

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The Magic Carpet

Singaporean designer Nathan Yong has launched his latest work, The Magic Carpet, at the IFFS/AFS Singapore Furniture Fair 2011. Basically it is a traditional carpet with an integrated pillow, a simple idea with a twist!

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STUA has launched a couple of designs of rugs, created by Javier Guerrero. This design makes homage to the floors of tiles, of broken tiles, maybe from Portugal, maybe from the south of Spain.  But making it now more soft,

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The design team worked to capture the essential character of the New Hampshire landscape and distill it into an idealized snapshot of the state, creating a model outdoor field laboratory to generate geological, botanical, and ecological awareness for the college