Category
Furniture

  • Rolled Chair
    The Rolled Chair by Jonathan Nesci, debuting this week at Patrick Parrish Gallery at Design Miami, is an exercise in process of only three main components. Every element of the chair — body, backrest and seat — are made of aluminium sheet, which is cut flat, mechanically rolled into shape and continuously welded to what appears […]
  • Wire S #
    Belgian design studio Muller van Severen has crafted curving loungers called Wire S # from wire netting as part of a furniture commission for one of the Solo Houses, a series of architect-designed dream homes in Spain. The designers worked with a stainless steel netting of two by two-centimetre squares to create the daybeds, which […]
  • Wave Table
    BE Design’s Wave Table prototype helps manifest a series of clean imagined lines. Measuring 660mm x 380mm x 450mm, this acrylic beauty is inspired as a magazine rack, a table or however the user decides to best utilise its intriguing shape. In the words of the creators mouths themselves, the smooth shape of this piece […]
  • Synnes Chair
    Designed by Falke Svatun, a young Norwegian designer based in Oslo, the Synnes Chair is a modern take on a traditional Scandinavian dining chair. The seat and back are made from high-quality form-pressed plywood/laminates. Pinned to the seat with dowels, the 6mm thin backrest forms a structural shell which offers comfort as well as sturdiness. Available […]
  • Pudica Chair
    After the release of his Avoa Chair and Arauto, the Brazilian designer Pedro Paulø-Venzon has recently unveiled the Pudica Chair — another marvellously simple, elegant and throne-like chair design. Pedro explains to us his inspiration and referents for the development of this new chair: The Pudica Chair is an artefact that seeks syncretism between the rationalist style of the early […]
    2016.08.26Jorge San Luis
  • OSLO Collection
    OSLO is an stylish and sophisticated collection of Scandinavian furniture, lighting and accessories designed by Anderssen & Voll for Muuto. The OSLO Collection combines light and modern design with an ergonomically focused comfortable lounging experience. The furniture is crafted in Norway and upholstered in Denmark with Kvadrat textiles, ensuring the highest quality. The collection comprises […]
    2016.08.19Jorge San Luis
  • Afteroom Bench
    Afteroom Bench is a beautiful tribute to Bauhaus and functionalism, reducing the amount of material to a minimum and enhancing the aesthetic appearance to a maximum. The idea of the Stockholm based design studio Afteroom is to transform a side table and a bench into one piece. By changing the backrest into a plate, the […]
  • Field
    Field is an exceptional and clever shelf where the objects placed on it appear to be seemingly floating when you see from front. Its simple structure, composed of metal rods bent in a special way, turning of a rod forms a flat pad where books can be stacked and placed on other objects. With generous dimensions, […]
    2016.07.29Jorge San Luis
  • Juncher
    Denmark–based Juncher is a recently launched design shop focusing on interior homewares. Designer Ruben Juncher is also self-taught, approaching the design industry from a unique perspective. Favouring steel as his main material, Juncher uses it with a light touch, using mainly 2mm powder coated steel, giving the products a robust and durable finish. They’re also mounted on hidden brackets, which adds a floating element to […]
  • No-No Tables
    No-No Tables are the creative meeting of two minimal greats, Norm Architects and Note Design Studio. Inspired by a meeting in Italy, and an old marble floor, these two Scandinavian firms saw potential. The table itself manifests in a number of differing sizes and heights, allowing for collaboration amongst the collection to create vignettes and to allow […]
  • Nello Mirror
    Studio Brichet Ziegler’s Nello Mirror floats on its own. Suspended by rubber rope, two polished stainless steel discs sandwich lacquered wood and encase the reflective mirror surface itself. Requiring a small ceiling hook, this piece is beautifully playful and unique in its installation and interaction with space. The interactive element of movement, and how the […]
  • No1 Chair by Göhlin
    The No1 Chair is the opening act for a series of furniture by Steel by Göhlin. Architect Pontus Lomar gracefully took the single line experiment and accomplished greatness in his first industrial design attempt. Deploying simple lines to create the illusion of impossible continuity, the chair is deceptively simple, as minimalism normally is. Made from […]
    2016.06.28Mateus Andrade
  • Dieter Rams Documentary
    He is now 84 years old. He created a set of 10 everlasting Principles for Good Design and you have probably come across several of his more than 100 iconic pieces already: Dieter Rams. Can you imagine that no one has ever done a full feature documentary on the man who created the Vitsœ 606 shelving […]
    2016.06.27Jana Ahrens
  • Hao Wai
    Luke Wong of Hao Wai is an American furniture designer with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in designed objects from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Most of his skills are self-taught; learned through hands-on and on the job experience. In addition to custom commissions, Hao Wai provides high-end fabrication work for architects and […]
  • Luba
    Ionna Vautrin’s Luba reimagines the outdoor bench. Designed for both indoor and outdoor use, this piece was born from soft and generous lines whose presence is delicate and discreet. 1400mm in length and 500mm in width, Luba is made from a preformed plastic and was originally launched in 2014. The simplicity of the lines and […]
  • Gap
    Gap is a robust, yet elegant and beautiful, side table and book stand designed by the ever impressive and inspirational Japanese design studio Nendo for Italian company Marsotto Edizioni. Presented at this year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan, Gap contributed to the new collection and exhibition Light & Shadow. Nendo’s lead designer Oki Sato explains the concept behind this work: When you […]
    2016.06.03Jorge San Luis
  • Fabbrica Series
    Fabbrica is a family of objects produced by Venice-based brand Mingardo designed by Revesz+Tatangelo, a collaboration between industrial designers Omri Revesz, an Israeli based in Venice, and Damian Tatangelo, an Australian based in Rotterdam. Presented last April at Salone del Mobile in Milan as part of the ‘Ladies and Gentlemen’ exhibition curated by PS and […]
  • Mark Table
    Marc Thorpe Design is responsible of this wonderful and super sleek, minimal design called Mark Table, for the emblematic Italian contemporary furniture company, Moroso. The cantilevered table was designed as a minimal pull up surface, an exercise in function dictating form, to accompany seating in the home or in the office. Thorpe explains: The table is as little […]
    2016.05.13Jorge San Luis
  • Ace Collection
    Normann Copenhagen launched at Milan Design Week 2016 the Ace lounge collection by the young Danish designer Hans Hornemann. It combines luxurious upholstered furniture with functional flat-pack principles, in an expressive design inspired by an urban lifestyle. Ace is delivered in two attractive fabrics, a vibrant velour and a flecked wool textile, as well as soft, exclusive leather. […]
  • Arauto
    Table, coat rack, chair or even sculpture, what is Arauto? In this singular work, Brazilian designer Pedro Paulø-Venzon invites us to discuss the possible uses for the object, seeking our gaze to define it, with its absence of limitations. As an embodiment of discourse, Arauto — comprised of Nero Marquina marble and steel — still […]
    2016.04.29Jorge San Luis
  • A-Chair
    The clear formal language here reduces sitting to the essence. In dialog with this are the interlocking wood connections: they turn a structural necessity into a unique aesthetic feature and at the same time represent a tour de force of traditional carpentry. A perfect explanation of the outstanding A-Chair; a functional chair that uses the least material […]
    2016.04.22Jorge San Luis
  • Vipp Bathroom Collection
    As Danish brand Vipp continues its path as trailblazers for quality design, it is obvious to note a clear predilection for constant straightforwardness and utter simplicity throughout their Bathroom Collection. Firmly based on black and white sensibility, the monochromatic variation exudes surprising breadth and sophistication. Interestingly enough, the designers chose to adopt a slight change […]
    2016.03.29Mateus Andrade
  • Zign Shoe Shelf
    Exhibit your shoes like a piece of art. This is the smart concept behind Zign Shelf. The German shoe brand Zign and Danish designer and architect Sigurd Larsen have joined forces to create an innovative shoe shelf, designed to flexibly adjust to modern spaces and shoe shapes. The shelf’s unique design turns the label’s styles […]
  • Orb Door Handle
    The Orb Door Handle combines technology and streamlined detailing, through a push to create a smart object. Conceived by Ukraine-based designer, Michael Samoriz, this piece is integrated into the door system and challenges the classic lever by inviting users to push down on an orbit. The use of lighting into the orbit element allows for use as […]