In a former industrial complex in Eindhoven, Piet Hein Eek new space is a mix of laboratory, workshop, showroom, shop and restaurant. Redesigned to measure its desires, the 10,000 square meters (108,000 Sqft) space is a dream for any art and furniture lover.
Lost & Found is an amazing furniture store located in Beijing. Offering you some rare to find, one-of-a-kind mid-century furniture. Lost & Found seems like a great destination for interior design lovers in Beijing.
The Scaffold Lights by Lanzavecchia + Wai are an extension of the concept on structure and skin. Geometric metal wire frames support and pull flexible skins into organic shapes, creating contrasts of material and form, which is further highlighted when the lamps are switched on.
Creator, photographer, designer and editor Karl Lagerfeld likes nothing more than expanding his modes of expression. And what better way to do that than to present his first line of crystal products with Orrefors. With an insatiable curiosity, always in search of new creative experiences, this multifaceted artist has had an uncommonly rich career, during [...]
GOODBYE EDISON is a French manufacturing company of contemporary lamps. As its name implies, it is a nod to the disappearance of traditional light bulbs and the advent of new light sources. Investigating the capacity of the LEDs to spread a softer indirect light for the user. Its lamps are fine, light, exquisite and go [...]
After spending the last decade as interiors stylist, creating sets for Wallpaper and other top design magazine, as well as shop interiors for Dover Street Market and Tom Dixon, London’s rising design star Faye Toogood made the leap into furniture design. She is now launching her
Formafantasma, has done it again! Known for showing us materials in a new light, the Eindhoven duo takes a look at the world of polymers pre-oil times as well as combining nature and plastic. Botanica is commissioned by Plart, an Italian foundation dedicated to scientific research and
San Luis Obispo based furniture designer Jory Brigham uses sustainable plywood, plantation Teak, and FSC certified walnut to create this delightful furniture collection. His self-named company is made up of a small group of artists, designers, dreamers and builders that work with a passion and a heart, and you can see it in their designs!
Peter Jorge Fischer owner of Skypak has taken the robust and versatile Airplane Trolleys from the sky and, with a large portion of entrepreneurial matter-of-factness and a knack for design, is elegantly styling airplane trolleys for apartments and offices.
After discovering the concrete design by Shnmuel Linksi, here is Stitching Concrete, a project by industrial design graduate Florian Schmid. Using the new material Concrete Canvas, it combines the softness of cloth with the stability of concrete to make these beautiful stools.
The new collection of furniture, Prouvé RAW is a collaboration by Jean Prouvé x Vitra & G-STAR RAW – It was presented last June the 15th at Art Basel. It is still on for latecomers until 31st of July 2011, at the fire station by Zaha Hadid on the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein. [...]
A new manufacturing process to create furniture made by the Royal College of Art graduates Attua Aparicio and Oscar Wanless (Silo Studio) involving steamed polystyrene beads in the mold of cloth. They use a process, called NSEPS ( Not So Expanded Polystyrene ), to create a variety of furniture with