Korean designer Seung Yong Song has created Dami series inspired by the structure of Korean traditional grille. The collection is a combination of new eco-friendly materials called Valchromat and CNC processing technique that make possible to materialize modern objet with traditional beauty. Read More…
Israel product designer Hilla Shamia has has created this fantastic series of furniture blending aluminum and wood.
The rough, intentionally rugged concrete skins of Brutalist buildings were meant to record the process by which they were made. The wood plank formwork used to mold the walls imprinted on their surfaces a textured, abrasive quality in a manner that re-infused contemporary architecture with the type of craftsmanship that had been banned at the commencement of the Modernist project. This ‘honest’ expression of building coveted fidelity to the inherent ‘character’ of the material at hand–an aesthetic imperative that could only be upheld through the thoughtful act of physical making. This same pathos is evident in the work of designer Hilla Shamia, whose “wood casting” furniture hybridizes organic material with abstract forms using industrial techniques.
Billards Toulet unveils the BlackLight, a taylor-made ultra-modern luxury billard table.
Lacquered or matte finishes or luxe gold edition, the BlackLight table has an integrated jukebox.
It is made of non-deformable steel with an iron body frame, 22mm one-piece ground slate ensures perfect flatness with a lifetime warranty, simonis cloth and Kléber Michelin competition cushions, 65mm jacks for an incomparable adjustment, soundproof ball return, american opened pockets with leather finishing.
The Ottawa Collection includes a complete dining room set with table, chairs, sideboard and cabinet. A light-hearted line of accessories complements the set, creating an entire environment for urbanites.
The minimalist but never ordinary style offers unique features and precise detailing that make each piece hard to resist. The dining table features a soft slanting under-skirting and leg clusters that make it welcoming. Inspired by nature, the dining chair celebrates the welcome simplicity of the leaf that creates an elegant cross-table profile when pushed in, and like the table, sits on a forest of legs, perfect for tucking in your feet. The sideboard has sensual and intuitive handles that are really functional eye candy. Colorful inserts can be used to customize the handles and ends of the sideboard piece.
The cabinet has large graphic easy-to-use handles that add a whimsical element and come in two colors, oak or green. Together, the pieces create an urban environment that is smart and savvy.
Accessories that complete the line include a bold black and white fingerprint rug created to speak about the “new global uniqueness where we are all empowered to express our individuality”, suggests Rashid.
Haiko Cornelissen Architekten designed this dining table with the intention to bring a little bit of nature into your city interior.
The picNYC is made from aluminum with sturdy square legs and a tray-like table top. Stones sit at the bottom, which is topped with soil and finally a layer of sod. Watering the sod is done by hand and drains down into the stones. Sunlight, irrigation and interior climatic conditions all determine the status of your table. Read More…
Mesa KUBYK is a single object with unique structure that can be broken down into several small useful objects. For Mesa KUBYK, the art deco was the first step of an intensive study of colors and designs with the straight lines of the 30’s architecture.
ATM desk system by Jasper Morrison highlights the essentials, with a restrained shape and clear functions. The basis: a table with careful detailing in the rounded edges and the ducts for cables and accessories, such as lamps. Various shelves enhance work organisation. Read More…
Minotti’s new collection has arrived in their showroom.’Claydon’ table collection by Rodolpho Dordoni is not quite rectangular, not quite oval, its softly rounded edges make it the perfect shape for dinners. Chosse between Marble, oak or polished lacquer finishes.
New York artist Michael Beitz sent us photos of his latest creation, the‘ Picnic Table’. Michael was commissioned by the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts to realise a this permanent installation on its front loading dock. This 10-foot-long outdoor picnic table seemingly overflows its space on a gallery terrace and drips down a railing to a level below.
The table was built from laminated poplar and marine epoxy.
The Kettal Maia collection designed by Patricia Urquiola has a natural lightness and elegance. The collection is hand-braided design with flower shapes that create a unique shadow. Structure is painted with polyester powder using the electrostatic technique. Resistant to outdoor conditions.
“Module Lounge” is a project realized by the designer Mexican Edgar Navarro. It is an adjustable table that forms a single block, while when the time for dinner comes, the table releases four chairs and a lamp from the center of the table.
The table is inspired by old classic wire furniture but with a humorous and functional twist; bending some of the wires creates an opening, allowing the space under the tabletop to be used for storage if wanted.
The small coffee table Bye-Bye Bird is inspired by classic old brass furniture, but Frøystad + Klock have added a touch of humor and functionality . Some of the wires creates an opening to use the space under the table to store magazines.
is made of 100% brass and with durability and sustainability in mind. Read More…
Shrub is a collection of tables by Chinese designer Zhili Liu, designed and made in China for Belgian manufacturer Quinze & Milan. Made of wet-lacquered, power-coated aluminium, the pieces use exposed sunken screws to the hold in position a network of ‘branches’, which together form the tables’ legs.
Beam is a small table lamp by Christian Vivanco cut from a large pine wood beam wrapped in colorful shades.
Christian Vivanco says;
This project came along accidentally after having constant contact with a series of lumberyards in town. There I got the chance to realize how beautiful wood can be against an urban background, planks and beams stacked one above the other, some of them rough and other refined.
Treforma designed by Jason Phillips Design is inspired by objects and the way they reflect and transmit light. The color of objects is determined by the parts of the spectrum of light that are reflected without being absorbed. Secondary attributes like glossy, sheen, and translucency are made clear by the directional distribution of the reflected or transmitted light.