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MSDS studio: Minimalist furniture

Posted: 08.02.2017 at 17:56 | Comments: 0

Working in the fields of interior, furniture and lighting design, Canadian studio MSDS produces minimalist pieces that perfectly combine contemporary shapes with authentic materials. {Official site}

Cutting salmon with style: Valeriane Lazard’s ANTIPODE

Posted: 08.02.2017 at 17:38 | Comments: 0

ANTIPODE – Salmon Set
Cutting salmon is a delicate ritual that people share over time. Antipode consists of three objects that ritualise this process. The main piece, a Tamahagane knife, consists of a long process of folding steel. This traditional, ancient technique, also called ‘jewel steel’, implies removing impurities by stretching and compressing the steel. This technique creates patterns on the blade and contrasts with the other objects. <via>

‘The ATHLETES’ – oversized floor lamps by Zaven studio

Posted: 08.02.2017 at 17:31 | Comments: 0

Zaven is a multidisciplinary creative studio based in Venice Italy, focusing on the interaction between communications, design and art. In collaboration with Nike, Zaven designed ‘The Athletes‘, a series of oversize floor lamps.

OPALINA collection of furniture for Tonelli design

Posted: 07.12.2016 at 20:35 | Comments: 0

Created by Cristina Celestino for Tonelli design, a benchmark in Italian glass manufacture, ‘Opalina‘ is a collection of furniture that pushes the definition of opaline. The collection is made of thick etched and painted glass slabs that give a translucent and silky appearance.

Basketball CHANDELIER by Lukáš Houdek

Posted: 07.12.2016 at 20:26 | Comments: 0

 

Basketball chandelier is a light sculpture which is transformed by classic crystal chandelier. It is reel size of basketball hoop from glass and steel construction. Black glass desk reflected space around the object including gold rim. The crystals net are made from tradition Czech crystal. Lukáš Houdek is from  Czech Republic, where crystal glass beads be invented during the 18th century.

 

 

Provisional solutions by Thomas Meyer

Posted: 07.12.2016 at 20:22 | Comments: 0

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German photographer created the series which proof that improvisation is timeless in addition to showing its continuous adaptation to help. Using everyday materials like hangars, mirrors, and beer bottles to ‘finish the job’. Meyer’s angles, colors, and clarity in his photos are the honest finish to the ‘look-to-learn’ series. {via}

 

Terezia Krnacova´s Bread Slices

Posted: 28.09.2016 at 16:38 | Comments: 0

Terézia Krnáčová is a textile artist from Banská Bystrica, who embroidered six slices of bread for her project titled “Everyday Bread”. The slices are showing Krnáčová’s embroidery handwork, her project is a symbol of how food and art are the things that truly maintain her.

A ‘Bookniture’ by Mike Mak

Posted: 23.08.2016 at 17:17 | Comments: 0

Hong Kong-based designer Mike Mak successfully funded a kickstarter campaign to make his project  ‘Bookniture’ come true. Each piece consists of an origami structure capable of carrying up to 900 kg.

A tiny house in finnish woods

Posted: 23.08.2016 at 17:10 | Comments: 0

A Finnish esigner Robin Falck built a small cabin for himself in a spot in the forest. In Finland you don’t need a building permit if the building is under 128 square feet in size. Pretty clever huh?

An Interactive Cabinet by Juno Jeon

Posted: 08.07.2016 at 18:02 | Comments: 0

The Eindhoven-based designer Juno Jeon designed a cabinet that interacts with people. A wide brush is connected to the inner part of the drawer. While being either pulled or pushed, the brushes hit those parts of there drawer that are on its surface and flip them over. (via)

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