4th Dimension Watch

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The 4th Dimension Watch is composed of a thick circular case and cognac leather band. Although a relatively simple design, the watch has a complex balance of materials that includes concrete, stainless steel, bronze, and leather. Taiwanese designers Sean Yu and Yi-Ting Cheng imagined linking time and space into a visual form when they designed the 4th Dimension Watch. The shape is designed to take the shape of a spiral staircase, while the gold-hued hands move up and down. The effect is a careful and sophisticated interplay of shadow and light.
+ 22designstudio

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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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

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

+ living things

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

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

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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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

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

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

fusion

Fusion is a collection of unique pieces that combine raw and natural elements that are gradually fading into technical material produced by humans. The objects appear to be strange and not easily identifiable, mixing archaism and technology and dissolving the boundaries between industrial rigor and mineral irregularity.
+ ferreol babin

matter of color

“The viewer is encouraged to imagine the white form transformed by the colour, invited to make their own interpretation of the potential between the object and the unapplied colour.”
+ mr Dean Brown

layer project

I want to tell you about Individuality of the Layer. This chair has so much potential, actually it can be every image like paintings, cartoons or textures. If someone wants to have classical chair, just put a classical layer…
+ Yunsohyun

curator cabinet

By developing their own machine in which they can form plexiglass panels in organic curved shapes, they are able to make showcase cabinets with a magical effect. The most bizarre objects fit in with the advantage that you can see it from all sides.
+ studio Thier&vanDaalen

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

i want to be a Chinese vase

Imperfect vases that need other objects to fulfill their role.
“If you tell someone that looks like a vase or a flowerpot this is not exactly a compliment. A vase can decorate and make us happy but it seems that this is not enough. The exhibition is a claim of the vase as an essential object, a piece that represents like no other the usefulness of the simply beauty. “
+ Martin Azua

trough

Trough is the review of two of the main utensils of roasting and serving the famous Segovian suckling pig: the tray and the broth pearl. The design of the elements do not break with the tradition of their predecessors, presenting the same materials and finishes, although playing with their forms and functionality.
+ studiosolvente

i am a flower pot

I know flowerpots don’t talk, but I’ve got a lot to say. I’m called Voltasol because I have the gift of mobility. Yes, I’ve been specially designed to move according to the trajectory of the sun (which explains my particular inclination) in order to promote the movement of plants and help them grow better.
+ we are living things
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100% sand

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The project investigates, if and how design processes can take advantage of the integration of natural elements in terms of creation.
These collections of vases look for a balance between the materials, choosing the two most important in terms of history and percentage, with a high content of sand in their mixes; The CONCRETE 60% and the Glass with a 40%.
+ anabella vivas

osmosi furniture

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Osmosi is an edition of unique glass and marble pieces, marrying both materials into sculptural objects and pieces of furniture.
Through gravity alone they fit together in synchronized harmony.
+ babled

4th Dimension Watch

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The 4th Dimension Watch is composed of a thick circular case and cognac leather band. Although a relatively simple design, the watch has a complex balance of materials that includes concrete, stainless steel, bronze, and leather. Taiwanese designers Sean Yu and Yi-Ting Cheng imagined linking time and space into a visual form when they designed the 4th Dimension Watch. The shape is designed to take the shape of a spiral staircase, while the gold-hued hands move up and down. The effect is a careful and sophisticated interplay of shadow and light.
+ 22designstudio

clay self watering can

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Clay is a self-watering can ceramics.
The microporous structure of the fired ceramic at a relatively low temperature allows the water to infiltrate through the wall of the object. The water´s path ends at the roots of the plant which absorbs its required nutrients. The chromatic relationship with the pot on which the watering can rests allows it to integrate into space and to blend itself to the environment.
+ arthur donald bouille

multifacet

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Multifacet is a series of pretty shiny objects made of concrete and shiny metals to hold other pretty objects, designed by Matali Crasset for Concrete Beton, exhibited at Maison Object 2015.
+ concrete-beton
+ matali crasset

vase with stone

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A clay vase deformed by the weight of a stone. Craftsmanship and nature converge in one object without artifice where materials and craftsman gesture are equally honest. The project shows the beauty of objects of unrefined appearance.?The stones are unique objects that somehow remind us of a landscape.

+ martinazua

 

brick lamp mini

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The original idea of this project is to make people aware of the moment
of concealing and revealing light. To make it a functional lamp, instead of a switch, light is activated when raised(on) or laid flat(off). Also by creating the side facets, a natural
handle is made which also directs the light when the brick
sits on it’s side.
+ hcwangdesign

light bracket

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The Light bracket is a clever and playful solution for a shelf bracket and under shelf light combined into one. The bracket is made from cold rolled steel and powder coated in glossy white. Perfect for supporting a shelf above a counter, desk, or bed with the added benefit of illuminating the space below. Also available in a wall sconce version. The braided, nylon cords come in eight vibrant colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, white and black.
Photo Credit: Andrew Kao
+ alex allen studio

nato pots

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Life born in the heights, through leafy branches protected by the strength and vitality of mud. Nato, revalued the properties of the earth to give birth to quality of abundant nature, beautifying it delicately coated by organic forms.
+ pop-dots

bobber pendant

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Bobber is a small pendant lamp with lots of personality! It is made in leather and glass and is inspired by the leather helmets that were previously worn by pilots in propeller airplanes. The light source in LED is hidden within the helmet.
Photographer: Kaja Bruskeland

+ caroline olsson

carpet tape

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A special order for a Parisian apartment, carpet Cassette plays on the unstable equilibrium illusion pedestal tables. Made of anodized aluminum, they just slide into the slots on the carpet.
Pictures of Jerome Galland
+ gregoire de lafforest

bread and love

bread and love / Martin Azua


An everyday object transformed into a jewel. Two metal rings catch a napkin in order to make a breadbasket. The shape reminds embroidery hoops, so it’s a good chance to embroider a wish that accompanies us in everyday actions. It is a very suitable object for keeping a promise alive; it has many similarities with wedding rings.
+ martin azua

embed surface

embed surface/ Daniel Michalik

Invited by Swarovski Crystallized in 2008 to prototype ?a furniture piece using crystal, this tabletop/surface was custom cast with crystals embedded deep into the surface, providing a striking contrast between organic and crystalline surfaces.
18″H x 30″W x 50″L – Custom-cast recycled cork, Swarovski crystals?

+ daniel michalik

colored wooden rugs

wooden rugs / Elisa Strozyk


colorful wooden rugs with dyed wood mimic the soft texture of carpets made of fabric
+ elisa strozyk

areniscos costa brava

Areniscos / Victor Castanera

A collection of areniscos made north of the catalan coast that shows the variety of sands and landscapes of it.Here there are some pieces made at some of these places: Cala Estreta, Platja Fonda, Illa Roja, Platja del Castell…
+ victor castanera

hemp eyewear

Hemp Eyewear


Industrial hemp has been the world’s super crop for centuries, used for everything from textiles in clothes to parts for cars. It is the strongest plant fibre in the world and is a more sustainable material than even wood.
We believe this incredible material should be used to create more sustainable and eco-friendly products, and that is why we have used it to make our sunglasses.
At Hemp® we use this material to make the only hemp sunglasses available, setting us apart in a competitive industry.
+ hempeyewear

“/” lamp

lamp / Ubikubi

Give your space an industrial look with “/” Lamp, a versatile lighting piece that mixes concrete and cork. “/” Lamp is an object that gives the user the chance of choice. A subjective and personal choice.
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triangle mirrors

triangle mirrors / Marvin Freitas


An unexpected shape for a mirror, yet it works unexpectedly beautifully.

+ marvin freitas

CaCO3 stoneware

CaCO3 stoneware / Vailly

Together with scientists, geologs and craftmen, this cross-disciplinary design project studied the geological process of petrification in the French region Auvergne, a none active volcanic area. Over the course of one year, fossiles of a new kind have been procduced withing selected thermo-mineral springs.
by Laura Lynn Jansen & Thomas Vailly
+ vailly

diamonds of nature

Diamonds of nature / Estudi Moline


Pieces of nature extracted in an artistic natural organic process become precious objects like diamonds.
+estudimoline

river rocks

River Rocks / Sensoree


Natura pathos brings nature to your feet. The next time you are too busy to go the forest or park, bring nature to you! These insoles transport your body and mind to the natural world.
The organic surface is uneven and dynamic which is ideal for feet as it challenges and strengthens balance reactions, proprioceptive response, and enhances postural strength.
© Kristin Neidlinger, photos by Dan Brazelton.
+sensoree

balance 30 degree balance 35 degree lamp

balance 30 degree / Jinsik Kim

This project begins with curiosity about essential characteristic of material. Our design direction is to ultimately reveal the essence of material: the gravity, mass and balance. When these elements harmonized in balance, familiar and ordinary things could inspire us in a new way. B (Balance) lamp series suggests various positions of light to users depending on a space and use.
Collaboration project by studio-ory with Jinsik Kim
+ yuhunkim

round square

round square / thier van daalen

glass bells to show your precious objects

When blowing soap bubbles in the air Iris & Ruben had the dream to capture these temporary beauties in a tendril frame. The fascinating effect of a floating bubble which adapt to its surrounding until it snaps, was the inspiration for a new series of objects in glass combined with wood by Studio Thier&VanDaalen.
+thier van daalen