ivy chair

ivy chair/ Enrico Gondim

The Ivy Chair design by Enrico Gondim is inspired by biomimicry & natural processes rooted in traditional palm weaving developed over centuries – made from American oak wood with a non peeling, water resistant felt, the chair becomes an experience of relaxing in a hammock.

 

leaf screen

leaf screen/ Quentin de Coster

Albero di feltro is a screen made of a stainless steel frame and synthetic felt body. Designed so as to make transport and installation more easy, this product is ideal to isolate a portion of room either in office, in a lounge or even in students lodgings.
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object furniture

object furniture/ seungyongsong


“I am looking in every nook and cranny of the room to find hidden spaces. Under the table, beneath the bed, above the wardrobe … All the space in the room is completely full of odds and ends. There’s no other choice. And I start building my objet like the city’s tallest building seen from the window in the room.”
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hypertrophy chair

hypertrophy chair / nocc studio


Hypertrophy chair : the hypertrophy of one extended armrest complements the use of the chair as a functional object (The chair can then be used as a newspaper rack, coat hanger, etc…)
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rewrite

rewrite/ gamfratesi

The idea behind Rewrite began as a study of the desktop and especially an atmosphere and feeling we believe is needed even in the middle of an accelerating communication and technology. Rewrite is thought of as a kind of isolating workingbubble, that can work as a satellitedesk anywhere one can feel the need of concentration and shielding – in open space offices, public spaces or at home.
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birds dont pay rent

birds don't pay the rent/ Martin Azua

Life in the city is complicated. Basic necessities such as housing are subject to complex and absurd obligations. Freedom is reduced depending on what you have or need.
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coat hangers

coat hangers/ resign.it

Abitudini is a series of coat hangers designed by Antonello Fusè that utilizes old chair backs. Fuse takes second hand chairs and cuts off their back at various points. He then attaches a simple metal curve to the top of the chair back transforming it into a coat hanger. The design works off the tradition of hanging ones coat on a chair back, transforming it into an object with this one explicit purpose.
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hush pod

hush pod/ freja sewell

A place to hide, a warm cocoon, a biodegradable space, a felt pod– Hush is all of these things and more. Designed by University of Brighton graduate Freyja Sewell, Hush is a snuggly pod that offers a quiet place to hide and escape. Hand-sewn from biodegradable local grey felt, this object-space is a private micro retreat that can be set up practically anywhere.
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bac

bac/ 5.5 design studio


BAC is designed just like a storage tub of the mass-market retailing in which all kind of pillows are loose mixed and presented. Potentially all the styles are possible because BAC is above all a receptacle, a packaging of comfort. The user is free to complete with pillows of his choice to get the style he likes. By playing on the imagination of the pillow, BAC proposes another vision of the comfort connected to the fantasy.
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swing

swing / lioneldoyen

Presenting a swing made of furniture straps wrapped around a frame made of metal rods, designed by French designer Lionel Doyen.
Swing was commissioned by high-end technical textile maker Dickson, the maker of outdoor Sunbrella Straps, to highlight the potential of the fabric.
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coffee bowl

coffee bowl /trinekjaer

The idea for Bowl came from the wish for a different, flexible and functional coffee table.
Tabletop and legs refers to the scandinavian design traditions, with focus on craftmanship and simple details.
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stool production unit

stool production unit / Thomas Vailly


The stool production unit is a one man production unit to allow the designer to think, create, manufacture, exhibit and sell furniture.
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tint

tint / kristinefivemelvaer

The room dividers Tint are inspired by sheer curtains that flutter in the wind.
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calling booth

Calling Booth / tilt studio

The insights behind TILT’s latest products were conceived during codesign workshops with staff and patients at the Whittington Hospital in London.
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the hangzhou stool

the hangzhou stool/ Chen min

The Hangzhou Stool consists of many layers of bamboo veneer of the thickness of 0.9mm. Each veneer again is made of several ultra thin bamboo layers that is aligned vertical to each other according to its natural direction of the bamboo fibres. In such way, each veneer becomes not only very flexible but also robust in all directions.
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unavailability

unavailability/ gartnerfuglen


Noun 1. Unavailability – the quality of not being available when needed
As the smartphone is slowly taking over society, more and more people treasure the feeling when their battery runs out.
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kai table

kai table/ hirakoso

“The entire Kai Table serves as a storage space. It can be used in the living room as a smart way to store magazines, newspapers and remote controls. As a result of the use of hidden hinges, closed table is a perfect cuboid.
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chuck bookshelf

chuck bookshelf/ hafriko

Chuck is a shelving system which was created inspired by the idea to create individually flexible room.
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sweep table

sweep table/ lucasallanmartin

A culmination of three elemental materials, the Sweep table embodies the harmony that exists between beauty and strength. Taking inspiration from Japanese rock gardens, glass vessels break the tabletop surface, doubling as functional containers.
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levity

levity/ tervhivatal

The chaise lounge is composed of a 12 mm thick birch plywood and 12 mm thick birch rods. Although the plywood shell is quite thin, there are twenty legs supporting it. The wooden rods are attached firmly in the drilled holes. This simple construction is lightweight and surprisingly sturdy.
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workstation

work station/ work nest

The wooden table Worknest has been designed by a polish designer Wiktoria Lenart to accommodate 15 different elements that can be incorporated and decorate your desktop. An idea that allows you to choose between minimalist and desktop with multiple storages to discover in images.
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camp daybed

camp daybed/ stephaniehornig

The excessive upholstery and therefore required hard shells of a sofa make it a very bulky piece of furniture.
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tree hut

tree hut/ 37.2 studio

A tree house mimicking indoor loft space designed by:
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9 hours

9hours hotel

9 h is a capsule hotel offering luxury in a minimum living space, designed by Fumie Shibata of design studio S. The hotel design defines the elements necessary for a ‘minimal transit space’ in big cities in Japan.
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project google birdhouse

project Google birdhouse/ shuchunhsiao

The project tries to view the world from different perspectives and scales. We shall change our characters to be surprised by the macro and micron landscapes.
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forming the border desk

Cho Juhui's Forming the Border

“Sometimes I think of hiding in my own personal place far away from other people’s eyes.”
Cho Juhui’s Forming the Border is a self-contained desk and reflective space created to escape “far away from other people’s eyes”.
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growth table

growth table / durfeeregn

Growth Table is one of a series of objects and spaces modified from a variety of familiar types to sponsor specific activities for adults as well as children. It creates an instant and intergenerational community united by the simple act of drawing.
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quarter bench

quarter bench/ hcwangdesign

If one takes down the materiality and the form of this set, and describes it in pure geometry, a field with four entrances/exits surrounded by four quarter circles pops out.
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new american design

new American design/ mikey chen

The idea behind this design is to revive the television’s place in a room as a piece of furniture instead of an appliance. Instead we buy furniture to put the TV on, instead of seeing it as standing alone as a piece. I wanted to give the television character, and looked at a lot of television sets from the 1950’s. I based my idea on that aesthetic, but used a modern and minimalistic approach. The remote control is a simple dial. There is one big button for the power, and the dial turns left or right for adjust the channel or volume. This is to support the minimalistic approach of “less is more”. When not in use, the remote fits into the space on the top right of the TV.tv = furniture = clean modern.
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de-territorialised milieus

de-territorialised milieus/ philippe rahm

The living space of contemporary people today is confronted to a complete turnabout of its categories: between artificial and natural, inside and outside. The Artificial, that was only concerning the climate inside the house is now affecting the planet Earth itself.
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magazine seat

magazine seat/ njustudio

Daily news and magazines no longer want to be stored in the shelves or been thrown away carelessly. Do it the nju way: amass, arrange and take a seat! The „Hockenheimer“ enables collecting magazines and newspapers and thereby creates a sustainable and personalised furniture. Enjoy the advantage of subscription!
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hemp chair

hemp chair/ aisslinger

Today’s consumers are striving towards a well-balanced and healthy lifestyle that is in harmony with the environment. They want innovative products such as electric scooters and hybrid cars as well as new, environmentally compatible, light and durable materials.
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