Oak pendant light by the Australian designer Ross Gardam is a pendant light with organic shape made of solid FSC timber. Each light shade is handcrafted by artisan Peter Klauser, with each piece is defined by the grain of the oak that has been selected. The body of the light is accentuated by the intersecting hole, which allows a variety of hanging options with the cord wrapping through and around the hole detail. Read More…
Whimsical group of lights, Alessi has lauched a new collection of portable light called AlessiLux. The collection features a retro and sci-fi looks that dissolves the boundaries between bulb and lamp. collection of LEDs works on rechargeable batteries that, when used at maximum wattage, last for up to five hours and, at minimum wattage, will run for two to three days, thanks to dimmer switches on their bases.
Designed by Studio Eggs for Masiero, the Flashwood Pendant light is a LED lamp that stands out with the natural oak made arms. The Masiero Flashwood Pendant has a dynamic crystalline form made of oak, with each arm tipped in matte methacrylate. In addition to adding a frosty element to the otherwise warm piece, the 12 tips diffuse the light of the energy efficient LEDs within. The Flashwood Pendant Light is available in two sizes.
Area Bed created by Alain Gilles for Magnitude is a novel bed concept that takes into account what a bed is traditionally used for: sleeping, but also the fact that today the bedroom is now also used as a bathroom, personal office, or extra room or living room…
The bed head can serve as room divider and room organizer to redefine the architecture of the room, but in some cases it can also wrap around the walls to create a cocoon-like-space.
The “Area” bed plays on asymmetry to bring a dynamic to something that is usually seen as rather static. It is fairly graphic thanks to its extra playful elements such as the small bedside table, “pocket table”, repositionable lamp and bench that organize the “area” where one sleeps. It is a comfortable and welcoming bed like all beds from Magnitude.
The Signature Collection designed by Sonya Winner are more than just rugs but beneficially piece of art to hang on the walls.
Designed to suit today’s open plan living, these rugs are not only beautiful accents in any home, they are also hardwearing and durable. These contemporary designs transform any space and add warmth, texture and vibrancy.
Designer Xu YAn Xiang reinvented the toaster by redesigning this item that has the same shape for decades. One of the toaster is shaped as a tree and’s got transparent leaves that hold your bread, till they are done. The second one, has transparent design that allows you to see when the bread is toasted to your liking.
Dutch designer Rutger de Regt made his international debut in Milan with two remarkable collections: The Happy Misfits and the Make & Mold series. Both furniture collections are made with self-developed techniques. The Happy Misfits concept is based on the process of manipulating the skin by flexible shaping.
Patrick Norguet in association with Kristalia just completed their latest project called the ‘Compas,’ stackable chair that can be used indoors and outdoors thanks to its materials. The seat and back are made of in polypropylene, whereas the legs, in an upside-down V-shape, are made of pressure die-cast aluminium with a weatherproof epoxy lacquer finish. Read More…
Magic Sode table by Studio Klass extends the traditional concept of the side-table to a flexible project for a variety of uses and spaces in the home.Thanks to a play of intersecting volumes, Magic offers three different shelves, accessible from each of its four sides, while it creates a pretty combination of nuances as the objects it contain shine through. Manufactured in 10 mm welded glass and available in various finishes: transparent glass structure and cube, extra light glass structure and opal white glass cube, extra light glass structure and smoked grey glass cube, smoked grey glass structure and Black95 glass cube.
V5 Rocker the limited edition by designer A. Jacob Marks for Skram is culmination of a nine year evolution of lounge chairs. This rocking chair design has contemporary a real contemporary shape and highlights the purity of the lines and wood.
To create Teranos Cabinet, Jack frost got inspired from the rural Australian landscape and aerial photography. The undulating exterior of the cabinet represents the beautiful natural contours of Australian topography and was then manipulated into a geometric form.
The front drawer cut-outs are overlayed aerial photographs taken from satellite imagery. The cabinet’s design prevents objects from being placed on top which would detract from its aesthetic landscape shape. Despite this, it is a functional cabinet with over 160 litres of storage.
Magdalena Tekieli’s Secret Desk features a series of small hidden drawers. When the crank lever on the side is activated, a set of storage spaces that are themselves highly adjustable and customizable appears.
Davide Oppizz has created the ‘AMETIS’ collection for Graff, a unique objects that unveil the deep link between the being and the nature surrounding us. His approach is based on craftsmanship, and it is oriented beyond the value of the objects themselves.
Venetian designer Luca Nichetto, introduced his first collection of sanitary featuring bathroom furniture and accessories. As we can see in the picture above, the new bathroom remodeling trends are the use of two vanities. His and hers vanities are popular in the modern world today as you get to have your own personal space. Adaptability and modularity are the terms that best describe the Affetto line of bathroom furniture.
Nichetto’s bathroom collection reinterprets the modernist principles of the 1950s who responded to the dizzying boom in the post-war construction of homes and the need to mass-produce furniture in which this resulted by definitively doing away with complex and boxy designs and introducing more sober and essential lines.
The Affetto line softens form and smoothes edges: the bathroom suites and sinks seem to be “enveloped” in ceramic. Affetto eliminates frills in favour of functional and pure lines.