Protean designed by Justin Porcano is a modern flexible seating solution that allows you to change the social scenario of your space. The Protean chair can be arranged with two end tables for romantic moments, and you can slide the chairs apart and create two separate seats with a table in between.
Hive, Circa and Double is a series of chair created by Raw Studio. Stunning in any setting be it within the home, on the balcony or in the garden. The chair comes complete with seatpad ready for you to use immediately.
Skulptur Stor shelve is designed by Karin Mannerstål, a multi-talented designer who is working with many different materials and media. She has, among other things, designed things for IKEA of Sweden, and done a popular series of TV programs in Sweden.
This pendant light is a beautiful prototype created by Karl Zahn . The body is made of translucent paper which is glued together in a precise pattern. This pattern determines its spherical shape and the direction the light will diffuse.
Check out the Jean Pierre Lepine Free Ride Chrome Ballpen: it features a soft rubber-like material “where finger meets pen,” accepts standard refills. Free Ride Chrome Ballpen is available at Jean Pierre Lepine’s website in six colors, one of which is sure to match your Bentley quite nicely.
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First designed in 1939 by the Isokon company the ‘Penguin Donkey’ has become a classic piece of design. It was designed to hold books, more specifically books of the size that were published by Penguin at the time. The center of the ‘donkey’ could hold newspapers and magazines.
The dutch designer, Jonas Samson has come up with this idea! He designed the light emitting wallpaper that solves the question of mood lighting and decoration, too!
The high-tech light-emitting wallpaper by Jonas Samson makes it possible to have light from a two-dimensional surface rather than a 3D object. As long as the wallpaper is turned ‘off’, in no way does it refer to its being a source of light. Instead, it is just what it appears to be: wallpaper.
Flex designed by Lorenzo Damiani is an interesting piece of furniture, that can be used as a wall console or to store a large collection of DVD’s and books. it is made structural maple Coverflex with steel support.
With spindly dinosaur legs and an ever-important overhead light, the rocking chair manages to be simultaneously hip and terrifyingly ugly. It’s a is really cool concept from Mathias Koehler, you can even rock almost 360 degrees.
Buttefly Light is designed by Vinta is inspired from the idea of folding a piece of paper. The two panels with slight shifts to each other at its closed position remind a user to open this object up. This light gives the poetic theme to the space like a butterfly flying around with silence.
The body of work has been created exclusively for the David Gill Galleries London and is a continuation of Hadid’s research and exploration into the dialogue of material geometry.
An organic ensemble of shelving, tables, benches and sculptural display pieces inspired by the natural forms of their sandy namesakes, Dune Formations employ the same fluid curves and suggestion of undulating motion that are characteristic of her recent creative output.
“Alpha”, Brionvega’s newest addition, is not ashamed to be a television set, its elegant curves testifying to its elevation beyond technology to furniture status; the new generation of Brionvega TV invokes the influences of 1930’s design luminaries Le Corbusier and Eileen Gray, its sleek chromed steel frame recalling the streamlined sophistication of Art Deco and the Modernist movement.
Togo created by Michel Ducaroy has been a best-seller since its launch in the early Seventies. Since his first contact with the Roset company in 1954, Michel Ducaroy has rapidly become one of their most essential designers. The wide choice of covering materials helps Togo remain just as contemporary today as it always has been.