This Wall Mounted Desk is part of “LAX series,” a collection of funiture created by MASHstudios. Perfect for small spaces, this desk attaches to the wall and allows you to stretch your legs without obstruction.
Jump into the future with the “O” Kitchen designed by a Brazilian team. A shiny giant sphere (7 feet) unfolds to reveal a complete working kitchen created to be easily portable and fit smaller places.
The “O” Kitchen is practical: it includes a dishwasher, microwave, sink, refrigerator and even a smell and steam exhaust.
Star Wars fans with a cable clutter problem will love this original Cable Management System from Geekcook. The All Terrain Armored Transport (AT-AT) model looks almost like the real one. In addition to organizing cables and hiding power strips,it offers storage and gadget drawers.
The Thinker Tables were commissioned by the Chinese Gallery, Chapter 7 and formed part of a large solo exhibition of Tom’s works that were on show in Hangzhou, China from. The tables are made from polypropylene tubes that are fused together, then melted to create the tabletop.
Life-sized LEGOs for your changing moods and needs. The Pixel Table designed by the Swedish company Johan Lindstén Form is the perfect mix of fun and functionality. Made of two types of pieces, infinite configurations are possible.
Margaret Elman has designed this fabulous collection of original designs called “Green Collection.” She recovers Italian and French antique chairs and sofas with contemporary fabrics. Her whimsical yet sophisticated sense of color and style is apparent in her modern interpretation of classic chair silhouettes.
Robert Kaindl Signature Collection of Premium Custom Blown Art Glass is modern and deeply classic at once. The artisan uses the Murano (Italy) glass blowing techniques to shape his very own edgy sculptures.
Another work with the same candies is Yaya Chou’s Gummy Bear Series: luxury commodities shapes made of embellished snacks.
I like when artists offer a new perspective. Mark Reigelman aims to draw our attention to the ongoing global problems of starvation and obesity and their associated diseases with his Bite Silverware.
“Each day millions of individuals lay in hunger while millions more are wastefully overeating.”
Entirely made from recycled paper and used wood products the FlexibleLove 16 Folding Chair is created by the Taiwanese designer Chishe Chiu. It is expandable, it adapts to your needs and is so easily storable. Its seating room ranges from 8 or 16 people to the size of a hand.
Paris based Design studio “SAMAL design” presents the preview of “Parallel world collection”, which will be presented on Milan design week (14-19 April 2010, Fuori Salone)
The collection consists of 8 elements, 2 library, 4 shelves and two lamps. Storing system realized in MDF, lamps in semi-transparent plastic with anchor wall attaching system.
The collection has certain philosophical meaning as it reminds us about possible existing of parallel worlds, so the presented pieces are partly hiden in nowhere, or “held by another world”…
Osusowake which means sharing in Japanese booms the possibilities of conventional potting. This planting system, designed by Kenma, re-thinks the notion of plants, allowing to grow and distribute them to your friends and family.
Danish designer Ole Jensen created an armchair and shelf for Norman Copenhagen‘s new Danish modern
collection. “Memory” Armchair is a warm and friendly armchair that makes time to sit and think. It is upholstered, and with its broad, square arms, it embraces you and invites you to sit down and relax completely.
Cocoon by Måns Salomonsen is combined decoration, storage and cultivation for the kitchen window. This would be a great item if you’d like to grow your own spices but have little room in your kitchen to work with. Cocoon is made of clay and is designed to absorb water for the plants which in turn chills the storage section at the same time.
“Underfull” tablecloth is a conceptual piece that draws on the idea that negative situations should be turned into a positive experience. Norwegian Designer Kristine Bjaadal believes that this creates stories and can contribute in giving the products sentimental value .
Designed by Benjamin Mesnard, the Eclypsya fireplace is a sculptural piece with an artistic touch that can pretty much warm up anywhere. The Eclypsya fireplace is available through Arkiane.
“Change It!” is a concept designed by Amirko that consists of a bunch of small triangular panels which can be spun round on whim to change the way your room looks. Each of these triangles has different colours on them – white – black – and a slightly unique rainbow shade.