Sustainable and eco-friendly Furniture collection / From the Source

Sustainable and eco-friendly Furniture collection By From the Source-63-group 05

From the Source, as someone who is interested in woodworking and just the beauty in naturally finished products, it’s a really cool place to check out. They make furniture using different types of wood. It’s all handmade and it highlights the natural beauty through simplicity. Sanding and clear coats of sealant that showcase the grain while bringing out the natural colors…

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Candy Light series / Jaime Hayon for Baccarat

Candy Light series By Jaime Hayon for Baccarat - 01 - table lamp

Designer Jaime Hayon brings exuberant creativity to Baccarat lighting design with the Candy Light lamp. The lamp mixes ceramic and crystal materials. The Candy Light lamp highlights the perfect combination of ceramic and crystal and the purity and elegance of a bold design…

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Modern Colorful Victorian Style Furniture Collection / POLaRT Design

Modern Colorful Victorian Style Furniture Collection By POLaRT Design - Group 15

POLaRT Design, a specialty furniture designer from Mexico, offers modern furniture and accent pieces that are all this and more, with breathtaking takes on classical furnishings made with brightly colored polyresin, perfect for a statement piece that will really wow. Brightly colored piece of modern furniture like this sassy Side Table is a great way to add stellar visual interest to your space. POLaRT is a unique expression…

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Screw Me Lamp / Jonathan Rowell

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Jonathan Rowell is an industrial designer living in San Francisco. He has taken his experience with consumer products and manufacturing and applied it to his furniture. Screw Me is made out of anodized aluminum and stainless steel. The lamp that goes up and down, the lamp of many colors…

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Clay & Plain Clay Collection / Maarten Baas for DH PH

Clay & Plain Clay Collection By Maarten Baas for DH PH - Clay Collection

Dutch designer Maarten Baas has designed a variety of furniture pieces entitled Clay & Plain Clay for Den Herder Production House (DHPH). Each piece is made from steel and wrapped in synthetic clay moulded by hand. With this, a unique and one-of-a-kind piece is created as no two are identical. Drawing on his previous clay series, Baas reworks his original idea of creating furniture from steel and clay. Here, Baas uses pigmented clay that creates a more matt-like finish…

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Soho Collection / Boca Do Lobo

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BOCA DO LOBO – Exclusive Design is a furniture design Brand that amazingly combines the old techniques and arts of working wood and gives them a futurist and twisted re-interpretation. A great team of Designers and Artisans working together is what makes Boca do Lobo products authentic pieces of art…

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‘CARRY ON’ stool / Mattias Stenberg for Offecct

'CARRY ON' stool By Mattias Stenberg for Offecct - 01

Carry On is a portable seating solution produced by OFFECCT that works perfectly by itself but also as a complement to other products. Carry On is designed by Mattias Stenberg who has a strong belief in the need of flexible working places in the public space. Today we work more in projects and need environments that can be easily adapted to different needs…

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‘Scraplights’ Cardboard Light Series / Graypants Studio

'Scraplights' Cardboard Light Series By Graypants Studio - 01

The handmade scraplights from graypants are created out of repurposed cardboard boxes gathered from dumpsters and local businesses in the Seattle area. Founded by architects Seth Grizzle, Jonathan Junker, and Jon Gentry, graypants is the process of teaming up with Refugee Women’s Alliance and other similar organizations in Seattle to help provide a craft-based skill to local refugee women. The scrap lights, which take two to three hours to fabricate, have been used in restaurants, galleries, offices, and residences…

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‘The Woods’ Glass Object / StokkeAustad and Andreas Engesvik

'The Woods' Glass Object By StokkeAustad and Andreas Engesvik - 01

From Oslo designers StokkeAustad and Andreas Engesvik, The Woods comprises clusters of glass bubbles with differing proportions and coloured tints, supported on solid glass stems. Each set comprises seven trees in two clusters. One represents spring with a mixture of greens and the other represents autumn with a combination of pinks, oranges and greys…

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