therapy in a ring


In her words, Rhode Island’s Jane-Marie Ovanin creates forms that “stimulate and soothe, reducing the chaos of thoughts and emotions.”
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Piège


A magnet sticks the lamp anywhere it is needed, while a little twig releases more light.

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sanctuaire

‘Sanctuaire’, a thoughtful design of a metal vase that gives the foliage a restful comfort, designed by Simon Evrard
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magma


EWE Studio collaborated with Nouvel Limited to produce the special golden edition of Magma lighting sculptures for Curio/ Design Miami, Basel. The process began with creating molds varying in size and scale, hand carved in volcanic stone by local stonemasons.
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paper blinds


Replacing ‘Over-qualified’ materials in home decoration with paper, considering environmental and usage issues.
Overqualified Materials in home decoration: Overqualified in this terms means; Providing something which is consumers didn’t ask for. In the meantime, required excessive energy to produce and dispose.
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leafy base

Leafy base is a hexagon shaped modular marble base to support leafy vegetables outside the fridge with water. Vegetables are tasty, but also beautiful. We found it’s a pity to just stack them in the fridge.
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Aérobie Lamp

The Aérobie lamp is a hybrid that takes cues from the wind chime. But where the musical decoration is activated by invisible air currents, the detector lamp draws attention to the absence of air movement: A stuffy room that needs to be aired.
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wallet

Wallet is the result of a collaboration with leatherworker Maison Fey. Leather is wrapped around the cabinet, gently protecting its content. The door is flexible and hold in place thanks to invisible magnets.
+ Pierre Charrie

contour candleholder

A tea light is a nice source of light. That’s why we designed a shape that defines a place to enhance this quality instead of enclosing it.
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air lids

A kitchenware collection focusing on different lid designs in collaboration with Daikin, an air conditioning equipment manufacturer.
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OP-jects

OP-jects is a series of daily life objects with optical illusions. My aim is to change the perception by giving the brain maximum information. The function of the objects triggers the effect of illusions and it reveals hidden visual secrets.
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scraped mirror

Scraped Mirror typifies designer’s experimental approach. One version uses scraped mirror film on bent plywood to create a visual transition from wood to mirror surface; the other features polished corroded metal to achieve its mirror effect.

+ Cecilia Xinyu Zhang

city furniture

This concept is based on three materials/forms – oak wood cubes, three dimensional steel rod mesh and bend steel plates – used in the project according to a strictly defined formal requirements. Together, they create a set of tools for creating city furniture with various functions. Thanks to its modularity the form is universal and allows to freely adjust the furniture to the given needs.
+ Gdyby

table pont

table pont, made of aluminum, wood and glass
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chop chop

Preparing food seems to be the most normal thing on earth. And that is exactly why we don‘t bother performing all the tasks while working in the kitchen.
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nascondino

Nascondino is a collection of alcoves; three different oblong cuts of natural felt. This piece provides a moment of intimacy. Reminiscent of the youthful days of hide-and-seek, its forward incline and closed form.

+ Pierre Emmanuel Vandeputte

stems collection

Plant table, convertible.
The table may be adjusted to suit interior changes, or have new surfaces added, growing in time with your collection.

Photos by Petr Karšulín.
Made for Oáza Collection.

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glass blown shelf


With the fascination to show beautiful, funny or precious objects, Studio Thier&vanDaalen launched this design. An intense coloured shelf, made entirely from glass. In this design we combined traditional crafts with modern technology.
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tripot

TriPot born to concentrate all the attention in the center. Plants, stationery or whatever you love looks great on the center of TriPot. Three pots combined on different sizes and heights. A pack of three levels. Cork protection on bottom.
photo: Judith de Graaff

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salty divider

SALTY space divider
invites a user to interact with it by changing/adding/removing its layers. The room divider marks changeability and adaptability to different spaces. It combines woolen and polyester fabrics;

+ Martyna Golik

roots

Preparing and cooking food symbolize one of the turning point of human evolution, man became a social and cultural being.
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sweet pouf

SWEET pouf
slowly coming down while seated creating feeling of sinking in. Made of memory foam and quilted memory foam upholstery;
+ Martyna Golik

bone dining table

Burnt bones dining table from Loïc Bard’s Bone collection blackened using the shou sugi ban technique.

+ Loic Bard

petali

Petali is inspired by the traditional Venetian mirrors produced since centuries in Murano. The piece offers a contemporary interpretation of the traditional mirrors, but preserving the traits of refinement and uniqueness that distinguish them.
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flat house plants

An exploration of house plants as a category of furniture objects. This project turns them into flat aesthetic props while leaving their whole structure exposed.
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zì rán

In Chinese, the word for nature is zì rán, which means that which happens of itself, not under any control of an outside force.
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suple

In the Suple project, we seek to create design tools (in the first instance digitally) that function like DNA, establishing geometric continuity among 3 or more elements by means of a completely different and adaptable added element.
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revolve


Much research has been carried out regarding the historical methods of storing water. By examining the material components and design differences of every earthenware remnant, researchers learned more about ancient civilizations regarding their cultural, economic, production and technological values.
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bunaco speaker


“Bunaco”, developed to make effective use of the abundance of beech trees that grow in Aomori prefecture in Japan. By rolling thin and narrow strips of beech wood to create coil-based shapes, objects that are water resistant with less cracks and distortions can be made.
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Eden the hanging vase


Eden is a hanging vase that celebrates natural beauty and balance. The pieces are constructed of glass tubes and handcrafted solid brass components.
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the new normal

“This project uses the idea from nutritionists that we can easily compare food portion with the individual hand size,” explained Vuthisatkul. “For example, a fist of carb, a palm of protein, a thumb of fat, a cupped hand of fruit, two hands of vegetable.”
+ Ponsawan Vuthisatkul

element

Peek under the table and discover the carved detail, inspired by the shape and surface left on trees chewed on by beavers.
+ Sanna Volker

Stool “Crews of Hermes”

This stool is a piece of furniture from the “Crews of Hermes” collection. It was designed in collaboration with Hermes. The “Crews of Hermes” collection answers to a simple idea: to each piece of furniture its use.
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plateau shelter

The undulations of the Shelter Plateau may seem like a reference to pastoral roofs … But they also symbolize the interaction between materials and technical expertise. Finally, they show a different approach to the plateau itself with its main dock and its independent modules.
+ gregoire delafforest

seagrass natural light shade

Shade made from natural seagrass by studio Den & Now
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everyday ceremony

Handmade using about 20 different wood species, for the exhibition “Good Morning” curated by Naoto Fukasawa during Milan Design Week 2017.
+ Ferreol Babin

magma jute rug

The Magma Jute collection was designed from the know-how of a traditional Spanish industry, dedicated to the production of cords and fabrics.
+ Martin Azua

missing ocean chair

A series of cotton tubes printed with the original motifs of the Glasgow-based team Timorous Beasties, embroidered in 3D with cashmere, fluorescent fishing lines and other materials by Chloe Patience have been added on the chairs.
+ nobody and co

ritual match striker

Roman inspired by starting each morning clear of mind, with an acceptance for what the day holds, celebrating the rituals and moments that the beginning of each day brings.
+ the Future Kept

seagrass packaging

POC: is a new seagrass-based food packaging material concept which was designed to extend the durability of food, reduce foodwaste and reduce packaging waste.
+ Felix Pottinger

Ikebana ring

The Ikebana Ring is a sterling silver ring that holds a small bouquet of wildflowers. Ikebana is the Japanese art of floral arrangement, based on a philosophy of developing a closeness with nature.
+ areaware

split mirror

A mirror reflects reality – but only part of it. The Split Mirror does this on three sides. Thanks to the fold in the sheet of coated metal that splits the mirror, you can see yourself three times, from different angles.
+ ontwerpduo

composium

Composium is a tabletop light made with a solid hand blown glass by glass artist/designer, John Hogan.
+ ladies and gentlemen studio

shine

Shine is a table ware collection, including a plate a bowl and a vase. The concept is to illustrate the unique qualities of silk – the natural shine and the sti_ness of the raw fiber. Shine is a statement to the silkworms who are actually building their transformation cocoons the same way.
+ handmadeinhangzhou