water pitcher block

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For Antonio Aricò, a water carafe includes the essentials of a rounded and comfortable shape with a handle, and is used to offer a nice, fresh glass of water to guests and friends.
Playing on the idea and shape of purity and simplicity, Antonio wanted to create again an emotional object: organic, minimal but strong and full of character. Like a giant ice cube, the body of the carafe is iconic and straightforward.

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a nomad jacket

nomad jacket / Lou Moria

A multi-use jacket that can be utilized for gathering throughout the entire day and serve all his or her needs. This is a modern interpretation nomadic life. The ancient hunter-gatherer culture ruled the world until humanity moved to agricultural societies.
It’s equipped with features for every weather and environmental need: backpack pocket – to collect larger objects, knife, a place to collect small and delicate things, gloves for protection from the cold, dirt and thorns, hood that can easily becomes a scarf and magnetic-milestones which can mark your way.

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Ran lamp

ran lamp/ Pinwu

The “Ran” lamp symbolizes the ancient processing of silk floss and how it is still applied by local workshops in Yuhang. The object freezes one particular processing unit, when the silk is stretched in water. It appears an outstanding and unique texture. Due to the light it generates a warm and domestic living atmosphere.
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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.
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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
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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

the monstera magnifica and monstera fugiens

Monstera Magnifica / tim van de weerd

The Monstera Magnifica and Monstera Fugiens are two special plant pots that revitalize every room and house plant. The Monstera Magnifica is the high, lofty implementation of this playful design, Monstera Fugiens shows the houseplant as a running away object in space.
+ tim van de weerd

landscapes within

Landscapes within / Wiktoria Szawiel

…so I dreamt about places, and I dreamt about landscapes, and I recalled familiar memories of sounds, views, feelings. From those little notions of a space, of light, of atmosphere, my project emerged. I aimed to capture the beauty and the spirituality of an eastern landscape within a physical object.
The collection includes chair, side table, stools and various vessels.
+ wiktoria szawiel

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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silesian coal jewelry

Silesian coal jewelry/ BroKat


Hochglance means “highly polished” in Silesian and such is this jewelry. It shines with black luster of real hard coal. Each piece from the collection is original and hand-made. Uniqueness of particular items stems from the material, which is hard coal.
+ pracownia brokat

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.
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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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nurture the living fruit basket

nurture the living fruit basket / Hyunhee Hwang

Nurture : living fruit basket
The fruits in Nurture is designed to be nestled with their own roots in the form of a basket in order to keep them alive and fresh efficiently till the consumption. Consumers can buy them weekly, and nurture them by minimum of moisturizing. Also, the kitchenware tools are designed with an instruction to prevent from losing nutrition during the process of pick, wash, and dry the fruits. In addition, it is expected to get more disciplined and self refrained control towards maintaining a healthy lifestyle for users through the daily ceremonial routine.

+ hyunhee hwang

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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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

halo suspension light

halo suspension light / Aurelie Richard

Suspension flat light, wicker
Finish: natural wicker
Comes with electric wooden bowl
+ hytt design

edward nomad chandelier

wicker light / Aurelie Richard

A Nomad chandelier wicker with link
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+ Aurelie Richard

lotus float table

lotus table / industry plus


Float is an exquisite illusion for the home – a levitating lotus pond supported by a trio of intertwining stems. Each table is unique, containing an arrangement of lotus leaves sourced from South East Asia. Behaving like a giant plano-convex lens, Float creates many surprising optical and visual effects. Everyday becomes a magical affair, as reality appears to distort around this table.
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luna pulp lamp

Paper pulp Luna lamp / Crea-re

Paper pulp lamp “Luna” refers with its color and shape to the Moon. Although the Moon seen from the Earth appears a very bright white, its surface is actually dark.
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dolomyth stools

dolomyth stools / Alcarol

Dolomyth aims to capture the complex relief of the Dolomites, which is rich in forms and the result of a successful and harmonious combination of structural shapes and climatic conditions. This unique and dynamic landscape is in constant geomorphological evolution, starting from the Miocene period, when rock layers began to emerge from the sea in which they had sedimented.
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undergrowth

Undergrowth / Alcarol

Mosses and lichens are very primitive organisms that grow in damp places, including rocks and trees. They form the lowest layer of forest vegetation and are equipped with chlorophyll giving them a green colour of varying degrees of intensity. alcarol recovered some logs from the undergrowth of the Italian Dolomite mountains and cut planks that preserve the natural edges with their native populations of plants, which are embedded in a resin resembling the water that generated their life.
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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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tavola archaica

Tavola Arcaica / Fabio Molinas


The Tavola Arcaica is a conceptual project that relies on our ability to build a strong emotional bond between people and food with everyday objects, that goes beyond their use.
The use of the first tools made from stone was the first technological discovery of our species.
However, we have assimilated their use in a way that we no longer give them the importance they deserve.
Photos by Lucho Dávila López
+ fabio molinas

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

coniferous clock

coniferous clock / Bril


A brilliant clock that comes with a pendulum indicating not only the time of the day and night but also indicates the change of seasons! The cedar leaves that fill the round shaped frame of the clock age gracefully and slowly over the course of the 365 days of the year.
“We could feel the seasons in our homes as if we were in forests. The bundle of sharp leaves create a fine-pixel picture that makes the gradation from green to brown more exquisite.”
+ bril

plantation

Plantation / Alicja Patanowska


The plantation was established because of the need to find a remarkable, almost symbolic use of what has been abandoned. The result is a porcelain object that rests in a common glass and which allows the observation of the growing process of plants, both its stem as well its root.
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grill

grill / Lou Moria

An outdoor cooking product made out of wood fibers and a ceramic plate.
Open the compartment and put the food in, close the comportment and light it up. The food will then cook sufficiently and all the materials will return back to Earth.
All the materials of which the product is made of are 100% natural and returned to the world after use without the need for the recycling process.
+ lou moria

disposable shoes

disposable shoes / Lou Moria

The shoe is constructed from layers of canvas with perforated marks on the shoe that allow the user to cut out different parts that get dirty or torn, to reveal the new layer underneath.
Number of layers in each section was determined by regions with a high tendency to wear away.
+ lou moria

bricola

Brickola / Alcarol

In Venice, paline and bricole (group of three paline) are timber poles, planted in the Laguna seabed. The bricole’s external surface is left intentionally intact, in order for the markings left by tides and molluscs to act as reminders of the Venetian sojourn of this characteristic recovered timber. All parts sawn from bricola poles undergo accurate and painstaking washing, cleaning, drying and disinfection procedures and they are finally protected by a thin layer of beeswax.
alcarol

cooking table

cooking table / moritz putzier


“The project calls the rigid conditions of our daily kitchen lives into question and suggests a new way of cooking and dining.”
+ moritz putzier

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
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milo lamp by lightovo

Milo lamp / lightovo


The flower inside the glassy hat, on a pedestal, where we can celebrate its presence and observe how it grows.
The glass closing was designed so that the interior was equipped with good air circulation and you could take the plant out effortlessly and take care of it.
The lamp is made specifically for pot plants that need a lot of light to function and grow.
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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
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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.

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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.
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“/” 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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experimenta

experimenta / Giuseppe Bessero Belti



The Experimenta vase explores and reinterprets the classic kerosene lamp.
Experimenta is composed of a cylindrical container for the water, glass collected from old lamps, a ring and a series of adapters to fix the glass to the vase and make it more stable.
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new manantial

Me Manantial / Martin Azua


Manantial is an invitation to discover and get to know natural processes. It proposes the reproduction of an ecosystem by means of soil, stones and plants able to give back to water its natural balance. It is not an easy task, it takes time and dedication, maybe a whole life.
Like water drops which fall in the interior of a cave purified and enriched by the life cycle of water
Designed by Martín Azúa and made with the collaboration of the ceramist Marc Vidal.
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rattan stool

Rattan Stool / Wiktoria Szawiel

a stool designed by Wiktoria Szawiel (from Poland), made of rattan, widely available, thus sustainable!

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reversed leaves

Reversed volumes / mischer traxler


Reversed Volumes – leaves are part of the Reversed Volumes collection designed by mischer’traxler for PCM.
Reversed Volumes are shaped by capturing the imprint of vegetables/fruits/leaves and an existing bowl or plate. The imprints of three different species of leaves (diffenbachia, ficus elastica, monstera), all varying in style, size and colour form the leaf-plates.
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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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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!

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