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“ONE” a chair you cannot miss!!!

Jan 24, 2009 | No Comments

How about an obese chair!! You heard right. Designed by Charlotte Kingsnorth, it was the result of a design competition sponsored by an educational charity that supports creative arts in the UK.Charlotte was the winner of this design competition and for a good reason. “ONE” was inspired by the painting of English painter Jenny Saville, […]

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Elisa Honkanen , reinvents the modern table

Jan 23, 2009 | No Comments

“Form follows function” ..The rules here are simple… Experimentation with materials, forms, structures, solid and void to create something functional that is easy to use. Well, Elisa Honkanen achieved just that.. The Aito table, has a certain simplicity that comes with a functional design , easy to carry and multiple uses. The basic raw materials […]

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Cradle Bed by Okooko; does it get more romantic than that..!!

Jan 22, 2009 | 1 Comment

Looks like a boat? Well, wish any boat was that comfortable!!! This eco-friendly cradle bed, manufactured by natural latex, bamboo and wool will have you sleep like a baby!! Designed by David Trubridge for Okooko; a New Zealand based company, this bed cannot be more flexible and more romantic than its current design. The concept […]

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Color and more color, by Louis Vuitton

Jan 21, 2009 | No Comments

Limited edition of Louis Vuitton Bags call for bright colors; hand to hand with probably the most recognized logo in the world. The bags true comfort to hand held- “true handbags”- are perfected to suit either a working woman or a trendy girl; gain great popularity. The designs of the bags vary from Damier Canvas […]

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An architectural project that is eco and cost friendly, House 205

Jan 18, 2009 | No Comments

Designed by H Arquitectes, the House 2005 is a true masterpiece that fits within its context in perfect harmony. Built in a setting with great amount of trees and steep slopes in Vacarisses, Catalunya, Spain, the aim of the structure is to preserve the natural surrounding and avoid any serious impact to the land and […]

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Sistemi; one of Cappellini’s best, modern storage systems

Jan 17, 2009 | No Comments

Cappellini’s modular home and office storage systems have been work in progress for the past twenty years and still on the go!!! One of their most known and often used system for home and office, modular storage solutions, is the “Storage chameleon”, Sistemi. Sistemi’s latest development, is smart , adaptable, is a counting frame, specially […]

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Jay Pritzker Pavilion; a modern architectural playground by Frank Gehry

Jan 16, 2009 | No Comments

This $60 million project is a masterpiece that changed Chicago’s, Grant Park forever. Designed by the legendary architect Frank Gehry for the Pritzker Pavilion competition; is the home of the Grant Park Music Festival and other concerts and events. The name of the building was named after Jay Pritzker, and wife Cindy who established the […]

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Save chest of drawers by Katarina Hall

Jan 15, 2009 | No Comments

And the concept is “forgotten secrets” . Designed by Swedish designer Katarina Hall the “Save chest of drawers” is inspired by the abandoned and forgotten houses you find all over Sweden that have a story to say. The only think… is; the story is not told since is hidden behind barred, bottled doors and windows […]

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Nube armchair-a sculpture in space

Jan 14, 2009 | No Comments

So.. Nube it is. An egg shape seat combined with flat parallel surfaces and tubular steel, spaghetti legs, puzzling the mind… a birds nest, an egg holder , a plaster molding…. The armchair looks great in two tone colors , deluding an organic shape into a box. The shape of the box is outlined by […]

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Thin Slice Cabinet by Peter Marigold

Jan 13, 2009 | No Comments

Like a reverse tree trunk, seen inside out, the Thin Slice Cabinet by Peter Marigold challenges the norm by emphasizing nature’s forms and inverted structures. The cabinet is made by thinly sliced eucalyptus leafs on rough oak frame with utility ply. Marigold‘s inspiration came from the growth patterns within the trees through time, suggesting a […]

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