family earth

Family Tree / Clement Brazille
A collection of cabinets made from ceramic CERCCO (Center of Experimentation and Research in Contemporary Ceramics at the University of Art and Design -HEAD- Geneva) –

Family Earth by Clement Brazille
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Family Tree / Clement Brazille

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

table pont

table pont, made of aluminum, wood and glass
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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

bone dining table

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

+ Loic Bard

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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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

cricket

The design of these tables is based on a simple combination of a wood top with two wooden legs and a third metal leg that can be used also as a handle. The long, thin legs that look somewhat like cricket polls, also create an overall insect-like look that gives these tables their unique character.
+ Nir Meiri

Vesa nestlet

VESA – is a project inspired by the ancient Baltic belief in nature. The old belief says: “The rustle of the trees – the language of the Gods”.
+ Egle Kirdulyte

seven doors

Seven door designs to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Abe Kogyo, a manufacturer of wooden front and interior doors, partitions, fixtures and custom-made furniture.
+ nendo

good morning! good night!

Good Morning and Good Night are two floating bedside tables with a little drawer.

Good Morning!
Bedside table with a drawer and a fully pull out shelf is providing extra space and a safe hold for a cup of coffee or even a small breakfast thanks to the three milled circles.

Good Night!
Within its small surface it holds safely in place a caraffe and its tumbler making a fresh glass of water always available in the middle of the night.

+ dossofiorito

 

brick pedestal

Brick is a micro-architecture. Three forms that are apparently the same while each having its own functions through an intelligent set of lines, strata and alveoli. Bedside table, magazine rack, mini library, sofa bed, pedestal table … Brick is plural.
+ gregoire de la fforest

endless table

endless table/ WenchuMan

A modular table made up of interlocking wood cubes with one leg each.
“Endless simulates the idea of life in a community where every individual is interdependent with the rest. In this modular table made out of wood cubes, any part can be left alone, though they can only remain standing if they are assembled with at least two other ones.
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dRope

dRope /Nikostsoumanis

dRope is a minimalistic, as well as unusual, hanging clothes hanger. It comes in various dimensions, with lengths available from 100cm onwards. The individual hangers’ hight depends on the ceiling hight, with the lowest point being in any case about 100cm from the floor, in order to be accesible by children.
+ Nikos Tsoumanis

self made seat

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The Self-made seat roots from a refusal of seeing sofas monopolise the living space in our homes.
This arrangement can be changed around depending on the activities, the number of people and the time of day. It really encourages you to rearrange your space and be comfortable within.
+ matali crasset

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.
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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

loop

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Loop is a practical and playful multifunctional cork holder. Easy to assemble, it can be mounted on various supports, allowing multiple compositions and diverse uses.
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cardboard furniture

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Cardboard Furniture And Projects incorporates respect for the environment and our planet in every step of the design and production process.
Re-board and D-board are the most rigid types of cardboard. Both are lightweight and incredibly strong, due to a patented sandwich construction.
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traven

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Baskets in series. Basket of Mexican Tales. B. Traven
Christian Vivanco is pleased to present during Maison&Objet at Paris the result of his first collaboration with Nido Muebles, a company dedicated to the development an appropriate environment for children at home.
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rek bookcase

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REK jr. is entirely made of poplar plywood. Poplar is not only a lightweight material but very eco-friendly (from responsibly managed forests in Europe) and of course 100% biodegradable. The wood is finished with 100% organic linseed oil wax.
+ reinierdejong

broom & dust pan

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Cross replica for household works. In order to avoid dust while disposing of sweeping, the waste is discarded along with a piece of paper. So far this is just a draft prototype.
+ barboraadamonyte

a timber daybed

a timber daybed by chmara rosinke

In time for oneself you often need physical borders to get away from the habits of everyday life. A simple wooden daybed with foldable textile screens positioned over the daybad provide the feeling of safety and show also to other people how you feel. If you are open, if you do not want to be disturbed… this furniture reflects your moods and helps to bare them.
+ chmara rosinke

baffi

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A broom usually consists of following three elements; the fibres for cleaning insert in a plastic or wooden piece, the cylindric handle in aluminum, plastic or wood, and a hole or a string attached for hanging the broom on an occasional hook when not in use.
+ gam fratesi

zyyydel

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“Today the majority of housework is done standing and in a hurry. I wanted to create a piece of furniture which would allow me to comfortably perform household duties in the kitchen and celebrate them and enjoy them (while sitting).
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leaning bench

leaning bench/ izabela boloz

The Leaning Bench is a wooden bench designed to rest against a wall. The seating dares to question existing forms, proving that sometimes two legs will do just fine.
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family earth

Family Tree / Clement Brazille


A collection of cabinets made from ceramic CERCCO (Center of Experimentation and Research in Contemporary Ceramics at the University of Art and Design -HEAD- Geneva) –

Family Earth by Clement Brazille
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pulse day bed

pulse day bed / Noidoi


“The idea behind Pulse came after observing private spaces and how they are transforming into more multifunctional environments.
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balka

balka/ Gregoire de la Forrest

In the hall of every dwelling there is always a receptacle where odds and ends are dumped – a bowl, drawer, tray or what not.
Things that no longer serve accumulate there: keys that open forgotten doors, half-dead batteries, buttons fallen off garments no longer worn, coins from some faraway land… all sorts of things that for some reason we don’t just chuck out.
+ gregoire de lafforest

xxx

xxx / Assembly Design

“This Collection bridges highly skilled hand and machine processes to explore extremes, subtleties, and possible outcomes within common materials.”
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steps seating

Steps Seating / Geof Ramsey


“For as long as the staircase has been used, it has also been a form of seating. The raised right angle of the step lends itself to form a natural seat like structure.
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catching the wild

catching the wild / Johannes Hemann

a coat stand carrying your wild clothes
steel, polyester rope

by Kai Linke & Johannes Hemann
+ stolenwood
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breakfast rug

Breakfast Rug / Pia Design

Breakfast Rug is a place to relax between bed and table.
materials: alpaca wool and sisal, turned wood tray
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nomadic radiator

nomadic radiator / satyendra pakhale

“My curiosity led me to create a contemporary object for warming up the space closely surrounding the user that applies the technology of today and brings back poetic imagination to an object of utility – this is how Kangeri Nomadic Radiator was conceived.” Satyendra Pakhalé
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broom broom

Broom Broom / Hyun Young Park


Brooms about parenthood and cleaning
The value of marriage is not that adults produce children, but that children produce adults. – Peter De Vries
Polypropylene broom for a child, oak broom for an adult.
The shape when both brooms combined together reflects intimate relationship between parents and children. Flexibility of plastic tube enables the baby boom to bond to the oak broom so that two brooms can be united in one piece.

designed by Young Park

viride

Viride/ Atelier Phorbe

These planters named viride were created so that we are more often, daily, in contact with live plants. The furniture is not as inert.
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tubabu stool

tubabu stool / martin azua


Tubabu is a toned beech wooden stool. The three legs are inserted in the seat. The footrest is attached by a twisted cord that makes the whole stool stronger.
Design: Martín Azúa
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2D & 3D seat

2D & 3D seat / Renate Vos


An idea which originated from weave experiments with the goal to make (hand)weaving recognizable as a craft but also to implement it in a new constructive way.
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villa carino

villa carino/ augustina bottoni


Villa Carino is an adaptative, portable piece of furniture inspired in simple, nomadic ways of living. It is a response to the redundancy and over-saturation of current times.
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the five range

the five range / ckr


“We live in a world of five elements that we experience through our five senses. Five is gently odd. Five is not too many. Five is beautiful.
We developed a shape that combines a circle with a pentagon. The chair, the table, the clothes rail and the other members of the Five family all share this iconic shape.”
photographs are by Takumi Ota
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boing

boing / inon rettig

A clothes hanger made with minimum material; a cut strip of stainless steel combined with laminated wood.
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shelter of nostalgia

shelter of nostalgia/ wmanupipatpong

The wooden structure is attached to an existing column like a tree house. In a way, the interior space transforms into artificial landscape.
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eleven boxes

eleven boxes/ studio vit

11 boxes is a typology of storage units based on the idea of an archetypal box, each one distinguished by its shape and structural elements.
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spring & summer seasons

spring & summer seasons /valentinloellmann

The latest additions to the spring/summer series demand discovery. The clean office has an almost leathery, pleasing surface, consisting of oak that is charred to black, then waxed and hand-polished until fine grains of oak just barely reappear.
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