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Julie Richoz’s Peculiar Objects

With her own Parisian studio since 2012, Swiss-French designer, Julie Richoz keeps on developing gorgeous products as well as collaborating with acclaimed brands including Alessi, Artecnica, Louis Poulsen and more recently Louis…


Mysterious Timepieces: Pendulums

Focusing on the extremely rare haute horlogerie pieces called Pendulums, which were part of the Sotheby’s ‘Important Watches’ 2013 auction, Cartier, Audemars Piguet, Apsrey and other luxurious watchmakers introduced their timepieces and…


Suprematic Lamps by Wishnya Design Studio

The Russian based design studio Wishnya made a collection of 7 magnificent lamps inspired by a satellite journey. Sharp geometric shapes contrast with the fineness of the minimalist bulb.


Norway Says: Have a Seat

By always striving for a complex simplicity, the designers of Hjelle have imagined beautiful series of products that are as elegant as functional. Thus, the sweetness of fabrics and colors is perfectly…


Half, The Chair That Visually Complement Each Other

Legs and seats visually complement each other in this chair inspired in Japanese aesthetics and in the Gestalt psychology. Half is the new product designed by Cuatro Cuatros for Missana.


10 Favorite Projects from Dubai Global Grad Show 2016

This year during Dubai Design week (D3), the Global Grad show returns with 145 projects from 50 leading global universities, representing an almost three-fold increase in participation over last year and, for the first time, includes schools from the region.


Lyngby Porcelain Architectural Glass

Porcelænsfabrikken Danmark – Lyngby Porcelain has been an iconic Danish producer of delicate glass since 1936. Closed in 1969, the brand was revived in 2012 to bring its artistic approach to porcelain-making…