środa, 28 kwietnia 2010


A few "imperfections" added and the ladder offers you a seat/Cecilie Manz


Side table in ash, oak or cherry wood. Winner of The Dannish Design Prize 2004/Cecilie Manz


A tree for a clothes. Solid maple. Detachable/Cecilie Manz

wtorek, 27 kwietnia 2010


Cloud Stool is inspired by the flexibility and softness of the cloudscape. It can be singular or become a group as a human being. It gives the illusion that it’s alive, by using irregularity, flexibility and subtle differences in tone of perception. Conclusively, the form interacts between objects, and people could explore with it/joon & jung

poniedziałek, 26 kwietnia 2010

niedziela, 25 kwietnia 2010


Pendant in black/white high-gloss enamel/Cecilie Manz

Called Pilke

Tuukka Halonen has designed a range of pendant lights made of repeated interlocking parts. Called Pilke, the light shades are made of identical plywood cutouts, which interlock to form a three-dimensional shape

czwartek, 22 kwietnia 2010

sobota, 17 kwietnia 2010

piątek, 16 kwietnia 2010

poniedziałek, 12 kwietnia 2010


Besetzer was born of the project "Berlin, the Character of a City as a Design Principle". Formally the sofa is analogous to the idea of a city as a conglomerate of buildings. The upholstered blocks can be arranged in a wide variety of ways and are reminiscent of the pre-fab Plattenbauten blocks of East Berlin or their Western equivalents in districts such as the Hansaviertel. Each block is a different size and made of a different material using different techniques. This heterogeneity reflects the many faces of the city, the differences between and the individuality of each of the various districts. A slotted metal frame allows the blocks to be moved around over rails on the ground. These rails are what link the various elements of the piece into a whole, but the blocks are not dependent on them and can easily be moved beyond the confines of the grid/valerie otte


Neolastic is based on the principles of experimental archeology. The production techniques are primitive. The objects are all handmade by pouring liquid polymer over a mould made of sand. The objects present focus on simplicity and confront our views of modern civilization/Sjoerd Jonkers

offset stool

Offset stool is obtained through the repetition of some plywood strips bent at the same angle, manufactured by the producer by bending a long, single sheet of plywood and then cutting it into pieces. These pieces are drilled and paired to three pantograph cut legs through three couples of little iron bars to avoid glueing and provide extra stiffness. At this stage, the stool is a compact body, but its resulting shape is still quite uneven, because all the bent stripes are the same length, and this make the seat kinda “rough”. To obtain a smooth profile, the stool is milled with the help of a guide and no other processes are needed/Giorgio Biscaro/via:dezeen

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