Dutch furniture designer Pepe Heykoop has some great, yet very original furniture in his portfolio, I love these two series the most, The Brickseries (I dont know if it is very comfortable to sit on that chair) and the Skin series, where he used leather scrap to cover old furniture. See more below
This glass icosahedron hard Maple framed Terrarium is spinning on a tripod base allowing the viewer to experience the plants from 360 degrees. “Terra” is the creation of New Yorkers industrial designers Gregory Buntain and Ian Collings of Fort Standard. So if you would like to showcase your
Nature is not only inspiration for London based designer Peter Marigold, it is also his main component. Working with wood like no one else, using branches or tree bark and always obsessed by storage systems, he creates stunning furniture with geometry always in his mind.
Canadian furniture designer Alex Jowett of Atelier 688 contacted us to introduce their very cool one of a kind furniture. Located in Toronto’s Art district of Queen West, Atelier 688 showcases the work of local Canadian artists and designers with a leaning towards the use of reclaimed and vintage materials. Their fun and unique items [...]
Swedish designer Fredrik Färg introduced his latest upholstered furniture collection during Milan Design Week 2011. The ‘Succession Furniture’ Collection was first wrapped in textile and leather then had rope tied around it before it was baked. With their animal-like form, Färg said they’ve become the family he “never knew he had.”
LifeSpaceJourney is a Melbourne based furniture and property development consultancy – founded by brothers Glenn and Justin Lamont. LifeSpaceJourney creates this visual furniture created out of wood and metal. I really like their typography stools.
Dutch furniture design firm Moooi restyled their Amsterdam Gallery with dozens of entertaining and creative furniture designs. From lifestyle products to artistic objects, all within a much larger co-existing creative context. The collection exhibits a variety of exquisite taste from signature Moooi items in contrast with other beautiful historic pieces from around the world.
Valencia based La Mamba Studio is a group of 6 young designers from different origins who emerged two years ago, after finishing a master degree together in Valencia. With several national and international Awards, La Mamba focuses on human experience behavior, and more concretely on the understanding of the recent ways of interacting between people [...]
The Light-room is a conceptual design for an interior consisting of light-weight furniture. All pieces are designed by Studio Geenen with no other goal than creating products as light as possible. Lightness has a lot of advantages, for example reducing energy consumption during production and transport. And of course it minimizes the
This neo-50s TV design was created by NY-based industrial design student Mike Chen. Working on the concept of ‘less is more’, this TV set is more of a beautiful interior addition than a top of technology screen resolution TV. Mixing gray, white and wood, the set
Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby founded their eponymous Barber Osgerby studio in 1996 after graduating with Master’s degrees in Architecture from The Royal College of Art in London. Since then Barber and Osgerby’s research-led practice has developed collections for Cappellini, Magis, Vitra, Venini, Swarovski, Flos and Established & Sons amongst others, whilst also producing edition [...]
I just discovered this awesome Danish furniture company called Ferm Living – They design and manufacture interior products with a graphic touch ranging from wallpaper, WallStickers, textiles, kitchen items, a large kids collection and much more… Founded by Trine Andersen, their beautiful S/S 2011 lookbook