multiple table

multiple table/ raphael charles

The “Multiple” low table is made of a group of repetitive elements in solid beech, “glued” to one another by an invisible magnetic system which enables one to modulate the table infinitely. Depending on the different configurations, they will be assembled in order to form just one low table in variable shapes, or in separate , different islets to best fit the space.

+raphaelcharles

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

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.

+ Oaza

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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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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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

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

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

birchbark light

The concept of ‘Svetoch’ Lamp is based on a traditional glue-free craft method of joining birchbark parts together, combining it with a laser cutted structure and celebrating the material.
+ Anastasiya Koshcheeva

hopper

Hopper is a carpet beater, reimagined to make people curious and to encourage them to reintroduce an old cleaning ritual.
The inspiration comes from a childhood memory, when the grandmother was hitting a sofa with a carpet beater, and the sound was echoing in the neighbourhood.
+ Zeyu Rong

umami collection

In more and more homes, dinner is had in front of the TV, in the company of the computer or standing by the kitchen counter while talking on the phone. The sit-down meal, at the set table, appears to be losing both time and attention.
+ kompaniet design

sunflower board

A board inspired by the sunflower and the hucul art can be used as a clock board, a cheese board or decorating piece. This item was created as a part of the initiative “Release the project”, which promotes the new model of distribution goods, based on Creative Commons licenses.
+ pani Jurek

twig

Since the Italian furniture brand ALIAS specialises in furniture made from aluminium, the idea was to create a chair made of four aluminium “twigs” and a seat. While the aluminium structure of all of the chairs is the same, five upper portion unit variations feature differing shapes, colours, and materials.
+ nendo

manantial

“I’m interested in ceramics because of its universal and ancestral nature, but also due to the closeness of the ceramic technique in natural processes and phenomena: earth, water and fire interact in the same way as they do in nature but in a process controlled by man”.
+ Martin Azua

match tree

Fire – is an important symbol of Lithuanian culture.
In ancient times lithuanians were called fire worshipers.
In every house there was a hearth with fire that was cherished a lot.
It was mothers responsibility to protect and maintain the fire.
It was not only the source of light and heat, it also embodied the continuity of the family, family life and relationships.

Together with Dominyka Barkauskaite

reconfiguration of a tree

reconfiguration of a tree / Vailly

Reconfiguration of a tree is a research project focused on Pinus Pinaster, a resinous tree harvested for its pitch. Studio thomas Vaillly took a natural element, the Pinus Pinaster tree, ripped it apart – rearranging its elements into man made materials. The resulting natural resin is an abstraction of a tree, a black matter joining, coating, blending in and contrasting with pine wood.
+ Vailly

atlas table

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The Atlas Table, made of interlocking wooden segments, is a masterpiece to behold, both as a tactile object and a work of art. The geometric pattern was achieved by inlaying darker wooden pyramids into a latticework of oak cubes. The resulting triangle motif adds a sense of dynamism to an otherwise stationary furniture piece.
+ fundamental

wooden cloth

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A Wooden Table that Folds Like Cloth.
Nathalie Dackelid presents a new type of expandable dining table.
Wooden Cloth is the design of Swedish carpentry student Nathalie Dackelid. Inspired by a tablecloth, the ash table top rolls up to create room for guests and can be easily rolled down to save space.

design and photos © Nathalie Dackelid

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Små Ting

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Our hectic lives are being contained to smaller and smaller spaces. A table can no longer be content as a simple table. We need a table that doubles as storage! We need multifunctional furniture that plays multiple roles while taking up half the space.

Swedish designer Johanna Paulsson’s Små Ting offers a small, convenient solution.
+ johannapaulsson

the three stool

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The Three Stool is a counter height stool that was designed as a collaboration with 18 KARAT to address the issue of material use in furniture. The aim of this project was to use the least amount of materials while maintaining maximum strength.
+ char kennedy

drus measuring instruments

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This project presents a series of four measuring instruments utilised by dendrologists: the Finnish compass, the ruler, the set square and the circumference plate.
All materials are made of wood, with digital impressions designed to mark graduations of each ring.
Matter is reduced to its most essential form, and only starts making sense when using the object.
Respect for the tree is a value that is at the heart of dendrology as well as today’s environmental issues.
+ joachim froment

fang kitchen tools

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The simplest kitchen tools in existence since time immemorial, by Joachim Froment
+ joachim froment

magistral chest

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A chest of drawers designed by Sebastian Errazuriz:
Hardwood Maple, Bamboo, Plywood and Metal hardware
+ meetsebastian

magnetic low table

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Materials: Natural oak waxed, permanents magnets
Dimensions: H: 38cm L: Variable
Production : Raphaël Charles studio
+ raphael charles
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wooden balloon

wooden balloon/ Evelina Kudabaite


Wooden Balloon is an exaggeration of the cross-breeding process, transformation of a tree into an object of celebration. Trees are often regarded as objects. They are cross-bred to make them thicker and stronger, affect their growth or even change the color of their leaves. The process of making the Wooden Balloon takes the transformation game to another level and enables one to experiment with pigments made from different parts of a tree. By mixing tree fibres collected in Heiðmörk forest with bioplastics made from natural substances, an entirely new, flexible and easily degradable material is created. Balloon as an object gains additional value due to its personal way of production and natural materials.
Project by Evelina Kudabaite

branchworks

branchworks/ Gael Corto Arcadio Jabali


Consumerism refers to economic policies, placing emphasis on mindless consumption rather than creation. Branchworks is a social interaction project which uses a stool to transform consumers into makers. The consumers are led through three steps, each intended to invoke curiosity and guide them to an intimate meeting with the designer. A workshop that teaches the prospecting makers two separate techniques that are simple and easy. Woodcarving and a method of connection that can be used to fix, fabricate or embellish using tree branches.

Project by Gael Corto Arcadio Jabali

sprout

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Sprout is an object that passes on energy. It displays life as a circular system. In a fast paced society, life is often viewed as linear. As with the ecosystems in forests, energy constantly transforms and therefore lives forever. By creating balance between nitrogen and carbon, Sprout will gradually break down and serve as nutrition for a plant. After being in the pot for a year, the plant will have grown too big for the pot and it will be time to relocate Sprout and its plant outside. In the ground it will serve as a vital source of nutrition for years to come.
Project by Auður Inez Sellgren

 

flame it

Project by Kristín Guðmundsdóttir

The object Flame it is a new approach to the simple product that is firewood. The object is made using the process of sandblasting a piece of wood, which reveals the shape of the year rings and gives the wood its surprising and unique look. The owner of Flame it can enjoy the unique object by using it as a decorative object in his home. At a special occasion the user can decide to burn it and use it to its full extent and enjoy the beautiful spectacle that is created by burning the object. The airy year rings in the object create different kind of experience for the user in front of the fireplace.
Project by Kristín Guðmundsdóttir

stick

stick table/ Esra Jakobsson


In our everyday life we are surrounded by products. Products that we use frequently but have stopped noticing. By playing with used christmas trees as material the Stick was born. Stick can be attached to a tabletop or a seat to serve as a leg and therefore creating the finished product. The leg is two parted, wood and steel. The composition of these materials strengthen each other as separately they wouldn’t work as legs. Stick is designed to make the user notice their ordinary everyday objects and hopefully make him smile.

Project by Esra Þór Jakobsson

blueberry table

Blueberry table / Klara Sumova

Settled Landcapes project —
Located in the north Bohemian forests, this table reflects materials hidden by its
surroundings. It is carved from sandstone, a rock found within the subsoil of the area. At the centre of the table is a room for plants, which ties the relationship of the forest to the substrate it depends on. As in the forest itself, the table acts as a plant container – porous sandstone being an ideal material for supporting flora.

+ klara sumova

collection Y

collection Y / Kutarq studio

The Collection Y is made up of three products: The ‘Y side table’, ‘Console Y’ and bedside ‘cube’. All the members of the family are clean shaped and minimal structured, in which geometria steel rods embrace solid wood surfaces creating simple but elegant functionality.
+ kutarq

torbacz

Tornado / Marta Morawska


A hanger for a bag – two little wooden poles connected by a colorful springy piece of rubber, which when hung on the edge of the table protect the bag from falling.
The product is hand made, glued together with silicon, it is small, light, flexible, easy to use, takes little space and wherever it is needed, pull it over the edge of the table and hang your bag.
designed by Marta Morawska
+ welldone

belvedere ladder

Belvedere Ladder / Pierre Emmanuel Vandeputte

Belvedere is a collection of ladders to get high, while inventing a new perspective. In a slump, in a routine or bored of the daily doldrum, Belvedere ascends one out of mundanity.
photos Delphine Mathy
+ pevdp

stool ½

Stool 1/2. Polish Design Now

The unique character of the wood contrasts with the technical, laser die cut metal element. The stool is very stable and durable. With the right finish for wood and metal stool can live in the garden or on the terrace. Both on the outside and the apartment can serve as a seat, but also serve as a handy table.

+ polishdesignnow

pendura coat stand

Pendura coat stand / Galula studio

Pendura is a coat stand with a minimalistic aproach and a very marked functional character. Where has room for coats, accessories and looks perfect on any wall!

+ galula studio

british hat stand

British hat stand / Sebastian Cox


This simple hat stand is adjustable – when an object is placed on a hook it drops, gripping to the stem and securing the hat or jacket at that chosen height.
+ sebastian cox

shake collection

Shake collection / Sebastian Cox

In this range we’ve harnessed sustainable crops of coppiced chestnut, well-managed ash and the ancient skill of cleaving – the controlled splitting of wood along its grain. We’ve combined these with contemporary furniture making techniques to create a collection with a simple and textural aesthetic.
+ sebastian cox

hazel light

Hazel light / Sebastian Cox

The stem of this lamp is a steam bent hazel rod, and the shade is made from fine hazel shavings, thin enough for light to pass through.
+ sebastian cox

miss maple

Miss Maple / Elisa Strozyk

The pendant lamp “Miss Maple” is showing the use of a familiar material in an unconventional way. We usually experience wood as a plain surface, but here it is broken down into a grid of triangles. This makes a flexible lampshade which can be transformed manually in three-dimensional ways.
While the lamp generates warm light at night the surface outside becomes more evident with daylight and turns the lamp into sculptural object.
+elisa strozyk

diptych – every object

Diptych / Lex Pott

Every Object from the Diptych1 series comes from the same douglas fir, therefore carrying the ( 1 ) branded on each product. This particular tree was planted on the Dutch grounds of the Veluwe around 1960 and cut down in 2013.
+ lex pott

among the trees

among the trees / Vyrobeno Lesem

A collection of bowls and vases blown into the trees. The resulting form copies the structure of the treeand the product line represents the view from aboveto the depth of the forest.
Among the trees for Vyrobeno Lesem
+michaela tomiskova
+vyrobeno lesem

sculpted

Sculpted / Lutyk


Useful sculpture? A seat with an extra function for exercise? Noble material? It’s difficult to classify this object. Trying to break away from the aesthetics of home exercise equipment, I searched for the simplest possible form that could evoke a home atmosphere.
+lutyk

birds in a row

birds in a row

A versatile concept of a coat rack- the hanging and the standing version consists each of a pole with hooks and two legs or two suspensions. There can be as many hooks on the pole as needed, because they can easily move along the pole.
+birds-in-a-row

peel coat hanger

peel coat hanger / oato

This design for Kuperus & Gardenier comes from the rest material of Finnish birch plywood created by the Wrap. Inspired by the way veneer is created (carving thin strips of wood from a log) we returned the strips to a stem, from which small parts seemed to be peeled to create the coat hooks.

+oato

split chair

split chair / roni shalmon

Inspired by the simple branching of tree branches, here is the chair designed by Roni Shalmon.
+ roni shalmon