Oil Monkey Furniture
BY Cyril Foiret / Aug 23 10 @ 10:38 AM
Hong Kong based design studio Oil Monkey is celebrating their 3rd anniversary. Main designer and owner Fuquan Junze is presenting their new furniture pieces. Simple and clean, I really like the mix of materials, like oak and plastic, or wood and stainless steal.
Lo-Fi Sofa by Christiane Högner
BY Ani Tzenkova / Aug 20 10 @ 10:26 AM
I am loving this ingeniously obvious concept for a sofa by Christiane Högner. Christiane Högner develops her visual and tactile universe, comprised of graphic works, products, furniture and installations. Often based on the ready-made, her design is devoted to the familiar environment of our day to day life. I can never have enough pillows!
Mismatch Drawers by Entwurf-Direkt
BY Cyril Foiret / Aug 16 10 @ 9:20 AM
The German studio Entwurf-Direkt has been around since 2001 and is as much an art space as a furniture store. Each of their ‘Mismatch Drawers’ are build in close collaboration with the clients and are absolutely unique. All their dressers and chest are built in cooperation with young carpenters.
Textile + Furniture by Soojin Kang
BY Cyril Foiret / Aug 14 10 @ 10:33 AM
You know we love chairs here at Trendland, and speaking about love for chairs, here are ‘The Dressed Chairs’ by Central Saint Martins (Textile Futures) graduate Soojin-Kang. She took a bunch of second-hand chairs and covered them with leather patches. A simple idea but an amazing result!
Seasons by Nao Tamura
BY Cyril Foiret / Aug 09 10 @ 9:38 AM
What could give you more of a natural feeling than eating off a leaf ? Designer Nao Tamura, created these genius serving containers, called Seasons, made from silicone. “Like a real leaf, each serving dish is flexible and multi-purpose. It rolls up for storage using the benefits of silicone to insure its use in a […]
Lanzavecchia + Wai Furniture Design
BY Cyril Foiret / Aug 08 10 @ 10:32 AM
Lanzavecchia + Wai got a lot of attention at the new Ventura Lambrate show during Milan Design Week. Lanzavecchia + Wai is a creative collaboration between Francesca Lanzavecchia and Hunn Wai. To them, being designers means being researchers, engineers, craftsmen and story-tellers all at the same time.