Concrete Lamp By unit-berlin - Pendant Lamp 01

Concrete Lamp / unit-berlin

The lamp with the spherical lampshade from a massive poured concrete shell was developed by us for the restaurant. HBC. Due to high demand. Each lamp is characterized by its individual concrete structure and fascinated. by the contrast of the classical form and the rough aesthetics of the material The lamps are made by hand in a factory in Berlin…

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Thread Family By Coordination Berlin - 01

Thread Family / Coordination Berlin

Flip Sellin German designer, member of Berlin studio Coordination has designed furniture collection Thread Family. “Thread Family” is a set of small hight adaptable furnishings featuring a thread and seat lathed from walnut wood on a welded steel base in many colours.

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Meltdown Lamps By Johan Lindstén for Cappellini - 01

Meltdown Lamps / Johan Lindstén for Cappellini

Young Swedish designer Johan Lindsten created this funky colored-glass globe, blown by hand into a mold with a dip at the bottom to cradle the light bulb. True to its name, the Meltdown lamp indeed looks like it’s melting downward. These pendants come in a pleasing palette of pastels to choose from: gray, pink, tobacco, blue, amethyst, amber and clear…

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MOOBY Bike Concept By Madella Simone - 06

MOOBY Bike Concept / Madella Simone

Italian designer who lives and works in Turin, Simone Madella is the origin of “Mooby Bike” (Mooby as mobility), this bike is made on the basis of a fixed gear fixie therefore. In addition to its futuristic design and aggressive originality of Mooby is its modularity because you can customize it to infinity by replacing the side panels…

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Concrete lamp By Renate Vos - CONCRETE bin 01

Concrete lamp / Renate Vos

This suspended concrete lamp is a treat for any brutalist enthusiast. Designed by Renate Vos, the CONCRETE big is constructed primarily of concrete (a given, considering the name) with silicone rubber accents that create a layer of warmth within the minimalist shade…

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The UP Coffee Table By Christopher Duffy - 01

The UP Coffee Table / Christopher Duffy

Duffy London, a company known for creating unique furniture, lighting, and interior products, has created a new design called “UP Coffee Table.” The company, founded by Christopher Duffy, designed the glass top coffee table with 14 small helium balloons suspending it…

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The Droplet Chandelier Installation By Studio 505 & BAM - 10

The Droplet Chandelier Installation / Studio 505 + BAM

A 7 meter long chandelier made from steel and acrylic hangs in the focal space of Wujin’s Planning Exhibition Center. Located within the interior of the Lotus Conference Centre in Wujin China, the chandelier is being designed and built in collaboration between Studio 505 + BAM (Ballistic Architecture Machine)…

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Okumi armchair By Studio Catoir for ligne roset - 01

Okumi armchair / Studio Catoir for Ligne Roset

In Japan, the okumi is a piece of fabric worn in front of the kimono. The back’s stitching and upholstery evoke a kimono garment, as if casually thrown onto the armchair structure which it elegantly ”skirts”. This armchair is a strong design statement that could find its distinctive place in both modern and traditional environments. The design evokes a kimono elegantly draped over a solid beech frame stained red or black…

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  • U.S. Land Port of Entry in Calais, Maine / Robert Siegel Architects - The Calais Land Port of Entry creates a memorable, environmentally friendly national symbol for travellers crossing the US – Canada border. The 26-acre facility comprises a main administration building, a firearms certification range, office and storage space, and several smaller facilities (e.g., kennels). It also incorporates the first new bridge built between the two nations in decades...

    Pinned: 18 Aug 2013
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    Pinned: 16 Aug 2013
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    Pinned: 15 Aug 2013
  • W Singapore - Sentosa Cove / WATG - Designed & Conceptualized by renowned architectural firm Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo (WATG), Inspired by a dynamic cosmopolitan lifestyle, mixed with Sentosa’s vibrant natural surroundings, W Singapore-Sentosa Cove adopts this narrative, blurring the line between cosmopolitan city-state and the beauty of untamed nature...

    Pinned: 14 Aug 2013
  • Cesta & Cestita lamps / Miguel Milá for Santa & Cole - The Cesta & Cestita lamps is a magic lantern in Japan style. It consists of a cherry wood structure and has a spherical opal white shade. Making its first appearance in 1965, Miguel Milá’s ‘Cesta’ and its smaller sibling ‘Cestita’, simplicity itself in formal terms, have been given a new lease of life by Santa & Cole with an optional LED light-source fitting. With dimmer...

    Pinned: 30 Jul 2013
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