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A comfy couch-style chair as generation de-gapper, Roulade by KiBiSi is described by the Danish designers as a meeting between mattress and Chesterfield, a Swiss Roll turned sofa, that echoes the old while channeling the new. via

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The “Helix” modular lamp is wooden structure – 10 meters high, build with different elements that follow the curve of the staircase, giving you an endless experience when you go up the steps. “Helix” is made by maple wood veneer,

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3D Wall Panel

Modular 3D Wall Panel for interior , design by Jose Manuel Ferrero for Sankal. In the bedroom, in the hall, in the lounge, in a restaurant… The Tea hexagonal panels are multifaceted. Combining panels of 3 and 7 hexagons one

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We, as consumers, all want to ensure that we get best value for money. As such it’s worth taking on-board some tips and hints when looking to replace your old bed for a new metal one. Being careful with your

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Unwieldy sculptures of Ryan Johnson, entitled Self Storage, meditates on the messiness of life in transition, whether between independence and family or childhood and adulthood. The sculptures are large, some well above 13 feet tall, and more figurative than Johnson’s

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Portrait Mode (2011) and The Demonstrators (2011) are two recent series by Danish artist Nina Beier mainly composed with framed works and sculptures exploring the idea of display; and in particular the slippery relationship between the sign and what it

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Another great example haw Steve Vanhulle‘s work transforms ordinary chair into peace of art. Ball Chair was designed by Eero Aarnio in the sixties, but now dressed in spectacular upholstery – looks really as part of a space movie set.