Monthly Archives: October 2016

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Organic Shaped Light

Barbaloon adopts organic shapes which can be created by the air between rubbers. Each product can vary in size, shape, bumps, and pattern. Mulberry paper is glued on inflated balloon and it is deflated when the paper is dried. Inside

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Paper lamp with ‘hand-drawn’ approach are part of new Ligne Roset colection presented at Maison&Objet 2015: This kind of graphic effect, currently very fashionable, echoes the strong trend for textured, geometric motifs on flat surfaces in both architecture and interior

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.PSLAB design and manufacture bold custom products for reinvention of one of Beirut’s most famous clubs.  In 2011, legendary open-air Beirut club White has been re-branded and renovated, and the iconic original location reinvented as cocktail bar and restaurant Iris.

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Layer Easy Chair

Offecct`s new collaboration with Läufer + Keichel is the easy chair Layer. This chair is characterized by three layers, which can be varied in terms of textile and color in order to create a unique design. The first layer can

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Iron, wood, rope – simple materials which reinvent commonly used objects. A collection of poufs and coffee tables made of iron rods and woven cables in paste-dyed HT polyester mixed together like the paints on an artist’s palette. The reference

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Architect Michael P. Johnson loves a challenge; and building in a desert, as his latest project, the Ellsworth Residence demanded, certainly presented one. The architect had to deal with the particularities of the unique desert geography, while choosing the right