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SPLINTER collection / nendo for CONDE HOUSE

A new collection of furniture designed by the Japanese firm Nendo for CONDE HOUSE , a manufacturer based in Asahikawa, a region renowned wooden furniture. The collection is a series of furniture pieces made ​​from the division of a piece of wood as if you were peeling...... Read More...
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The Cord Collection / Ilan Dei Venice

The Cord Collection by Venice Los Angeles-based designers Ilan Dei, His Cord Collection of outdoor furnishings designs are sculptural, durable and fun. consist of vinyl cording and powder-coated steel tubing. They come in four color combinations: orange/white; moss/gray; sage/sage and lime/lime. The pieces are ergonomic and minimalist in design...... Read More...
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Colorful Bohemian Furniture / Bokja Design

Bokja Design, a company owned by Beirut based designers Hoda Baroudia and Maria Hibri, A gorgeous mixture of Middle Eastern and Asian influenced fabrics take the cake on these vintage furniture pieces; with no real apprehension for busy patterns or crazy mismatching happening at all. Not only are the colors and patterns insane, but don’t forget to pair the pieces with an eclectic mirror and colorful draperies to get the most out of these unique furniture items...... Read More...
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Living Sails / DVELAS

They are designed so as to reflect upon the original function of the sail and they are inspired by sailing techniques, the way the boats are constructed and the poetry of the sea itself...... Read More...
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Band Collection / Bethan Gray

Bethan Gray has been inspired by pairing the natural beauty of coloured marble together with warm brushed brass to create her Band range of tables. For this range, solid marble is encased in a warm and elegant metallic rim to bring a distinctive, contemporary aesthetic to such a timeless material...... Read More...
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The Inheritance Collection / Stephen Kenn

The Inheritance collection by LA-based designer - Stephen Kenn creates fine furnishings using repurposed military surplus materials. Perfect for the man room or bachelor’s den, Composed of steel welded frames with a marbled brown finish, custom webbing belts, smooth leather straps and repurposed WWII military fabric. The design is simple, comfortable, and conducive to conversation...... Read More...

Dresschair / Kobi Shikar

Dresschair by Israeli designer - Kobi Shikar, This chair was created as part of a course of chairs at Shenkar college. Dresschair is a chair with three legs formed of two bent metal rods electronic packaging technology...... Read More...

Tour chair / Rui Alves

Rui Alves is a Portuguese industrial designer with a love for cycling, Rui unveiled a new series of cycling-inspired furniture pieces.The chair borrows the tube structure from bike construction...... Read More...

The Next Chair / Shane Talbot & Kieran Choy

The Next Chair was influenced in equal parts by the summers of my youth spent skateboarding around the beaches of Sydney, and equal parts my professional life, best summarised as long hours seated in an office...... Read More...

Kuli / Julia Wolf & Felix Haeffner

Kuli designed by young German designers Felix Haeffner and Julia Wolf, is a simple piece of furniture designed to be a seating object, a coffee table, or a storage and display unit, it requires the user to ‘build’ it themselves according to what kind of furniture is needed. Comprised of a steel wire basket with a board on top...... Read More...

Chair 23D / Gustav Düsing

Led by the idea of flat packaging and easy assemblage, the single elements of this chair are planar and designed to be slotted into each other, without the necessity of any glue or screws...... Read More...

Cube / Kim HyunJoo design studio

‘Cube' is a outdoor bench, and lighting as well which is made of granite. It seems to be lean to one side without anchor bolt, but it never lean to one side due to the material characteristic; granite is really heavy material...... Read More...
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Steam Bent Wood Furniture / Matthias Pliessnig

Matthias Pliessnig’s furniture combines computer technology, craft skills, and design. Working predominantly with steam-bent wood, he constructs sinuous and kinetic forms that clearly express the design language we have come to recognize as computer-based – a language commonly associated with more fashionable materials such as carbon fiber or plastics...... Read More...

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7.6

Paq Chair Bed / maform

Paqs are comfortable chairs, storage and fully functional beds ready in one move from a Hungarian designer maform maform. The design had to utilise just one mattress and the covering textile to form a bed. Inspiration for the final solution came from paper folding and resource limitations...... Read More...
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Gravity collection / Technical Emotions for Roberti Rattan

Designed by Technical Emotions the Gravity Garden collection is elegant, charming, and inspired by gravity, nature shapes and water waves. It aims to create an intimate but open space where to enjoy the nature and to be swing by the garden breeze. The main creative challenge was to realize a very solid structure that appears light and float. The user can seat or lie down on it and swing, having a relaxing time...... Read More...
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TIBBO collection / Barber & Osgerby for DEDON

The TIBBO collection for DEDON designed by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby in 2017 is the duo’s first outdoor furniture index and initial collaboration with the manufacturer. TIBBO is a sustainably sourced teak collection, designed with an architectural rigor in both construction and proportion and distinguished by turned arms and legs...... Read More...
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Lynko – Freestanding Modular System / Natalia Geci

Argentinian architect and designer Natalia Geci presented the latest in her nomadic furniture collection, LYNKO - The Lynko System is a modular freestanding system designed to transform and created to fill the needs of a contemporary wayfaring lifestyle. Completely customisable, any amount of frames can be added on, alongside several accessories such as shelves, mirrors, hooks or storage pockets...... Read More...
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SHANG System Multi-Functional Storage / SCENE SHANG

The SHANG System is a contemporary furniture system that is rooted in history and culture. The System pairs key visual elements of traditional Chinese furniture with a modular concept, which allows flexibility in combining each component. This flexibility lets one change the function and appearance according to one’s preferred degree of Chinese cultural identity...... Read More...
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First Table / Almost Furniture

The First Table by Almost Furniture is a visual conundrum. Bold and exciting but still functional and sure-footed it is a statement piece with a distinct identity. It is made out of CNC cut plywood segmets. The seemingly complex construction is in fact very easy and logical to assemble...... Read More...
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BRIXX Collection / Lorenza Bozzoli for Dedon

Inspiration for your one-of-a-kind outdoor dream space. New in – BRIXX Collection, developed in collaboration with Lorenza Bozzoli. Its comfortable shapes and flexible system of rectangular modules enable a wonderfully playful 360° experience. More versatility, accessible from all sides. Recycled, water-repellent fibers for indoor and outdoor use. Comfort and modularity...... Read More...
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Sinnerlig collection / Ilse Crawford for Ikea

SINNERLIG is an collection designed by Ilse Crawford. The beauty is in the details. Bring a soft touch to your home with SINNERLIG collection made of natural materials such as cork, ceramics and glass. Designed to engage your senses, this harmonious collection explores the beauty and pleasure of natural materials, organic forms and soft tones. Bring balance and well being to your home...... Read More...
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Pantori / Stephanie Leake

Pantori is an adaptable, tailor made, freestanding pantry larder, designed by carpentry Intern Steph Leake and handcrafted by Jack Badger for Japanese crepe eatery, Nojō. Inspired by the Japanese design philosophy of the Wabi-Sabi aesthetic, embracing naturalness, simplicity and subtle imperfection, a combination of Japanese and English joinery...... Read More...