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Claesson Koivisto Rune
Set of Bowls


New nesting bowl set designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune for Design House Stockholm launches at Ambiente fair in Frankfurt 2014. Description One of the oldest artefacts in the history of mankind is the bowl. Used today as they always have – as containers for food. Historically, the material tells the story of the development of […]


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Designtra
Architectural and Design Elements


Designtra is an e-commerce marketplace for innovative architectural and design elements. We provide exclusive distribution of high-end, handmade design elements from around the world at competitive prices. At Designtra, we stand for quality in building materials. We source our products from the finest craftsmen around the globe, providing our clients with exclusive access to materials […]


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molo design
The 10th Anniversary of float glassware


The very first product line that molo commercially released, float glassware will celebrate its 10th Anniversary this May at ICFF, where it debuted in 2004 with float tea lantern + float tea cups. This also marks the 10th Anniversary of the molo studio, which continues to grow today, as it did a decade ago, from […]


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Sergio Leoni
Sergio Leoni: an Inimitable Collection


Entirely handmade, Sergio Leoni’s stoves give an original touch to all spaces. Here below some of the most requested models. MARIA LUIGIA Description Designed at the end of the 1960’s, Maria Luigia is a success that has remained unchanged over time, and was inspired by the beauty of the Grand-duchess of Parma and the ever-popular […]


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Dufarge
OMA Flag Deck


The Dutch designers from surf inspired skatebrand Dufarge produced a skateboard deck that honours their favourite local skate spot. Part of OMA’s Museum Park-scheme in Rotterdam, the spot, also known as ‘Rem’s Flag’, features a 150 meter stretch of brightly coloured stripes: a collossal version of OMA’s ‘EU Barcode’. The EU Barcode was designed in […]


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Saffron Interior Arts
Glass in the Garden


Shattered glass is proving to be a popular effect for large landscaping elements in contemporary residential and commercial projects. Created by glass artisan George Papadopoulos who is represented by Saffron Interior Arts, these innovative sculptural installations – such as a 2.5-metre x 40cm panel in a London garden – are particularly suited to being located […]


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One Nordic
Scribble textile collection by Sylvain Willenz


Introduced for the first time at Maison et Objet in September 2013, we are pleased to announce the launch of our very first textile collection, designed by Sylvain Willenz. The first products in the collection are cushions in three different sizes, S, L and XL. The cushions come in four patterns with descriptive Finnish names, […]


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Form Us With Love
BAUX Träullit


BAUX is a new design brand founded on the belief that building materials should be surprisingly functional and remarkably beautiful. BAUX Träullit is the first collection consisting of sound absorbing wall panels. The BAUX Träullit collection of wood wool acoustic panels is a canny combination of form and function. Available in a range of vibrant […]


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CTRLZAK Art & Design Studio
Hybrid


Seletti presents the Hybrid collection designed by CTRLZAK Art & Design Studio. A line of tableware reflecting on the historical production of Chinese and European porcelain and its’ centuries of cross-fertilisation between Western and Eastern aesthetics. The pieces in the collection are graphically divided between east and west with a coloured line marking the boundary […]


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Atelier HAW
Aden Glass Bonbonnières


The ADEN decorative bonbonnières collection redefines the bonbonnière as an object at the interface between its cultural significance as a place for storing secrets, a unique trinket and a modern commodity. Hermann August Weizenegger uses techniques from the art of glassblowing, employing innovative color and pigmentation decoration to position these decorative glass bonbonnières somewhere between […]


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Alejandro Cardenas
KnollTextiles Interior Fabrics


In the Summer 2013 KnollTextiles launched the first collection of interior fabrics designed by Alejandro Cardenas. Characterized by its lively colors and graphic, modern imagery, the collection consists of three upholstery designs: Soon, Glider and Biscayne. Cardenas is a man of multiple talents – artist, designer, illustrator and film director— and has now created a […]


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Ramon Esteve
FAZ Outdoor Rug


Faz Outdoor Rug by Ramón Esteve is an element of the collection which is inspired in mineral forms founds in nature. When the Faz Collection criteria are transferred into two-dimensional plane appear neutral and pentagonal shapes connected together to generate a polygonal geometry rug. Its soft tissue polyethylene fibers allows outdoor us, being highly resistant to UV rays. Designer: Ramon Esteve […]


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Vicente Vidal Estudio
Now Carpets


Collection of carpets of geometric motives inspired by nature. Modular systems that allow to develop different forms. Logical and structured order that transmits harmonic sensations simplifying the geometric motive, in such a way that the object of industrial design could coexist with others. Designer: Vicente Vidal Estudio Collaborator: Marta Satorre (Interior designer) Year: 2009 Photography: Lobbevision  […]


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Form Us With Love
Hidden Stockholm carpets for JoV


Form Us With Love teamed up with JoV, Belgian experts in hand tufting, on a quest to explore natural materials and handicrafts. “Our aim was to find a solution that would really show the detailed quality in both process and material. In a way it was difficult to even imagine a design because the carpets […]


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Emiliano Godoy
Pizzelle


In line with the research collaboration between Emiliano Godoy and Nouvel Studio that looks into new mold-making and low-impact tooling for glass manufacturing, the Pizzelle vases are created using a tool that presses a glass bubble between two textured panels. The tool, which resembles a waffle maker, was designed by Emiliano Godoy so that the […]


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Claesson Koivisto Rune
Skyline


Project background We were approached, in the early spring of last year, by the Korean manufacturer LG Electronics to develop concepts for a home theatre system. Skyline is the result of a  6-month-long design process involving meetings at our Stockholm office and visits to LG’s Korean headquarters, an intensive series of rendered concept appraisals as […]


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Elica Design Center
35CC


35CC is the new, surprising Elica hood that breaks the mould in the kitchen. Its shape and colour distinguish a design object with a technological heart, in full Elica style. The shape is the result of the intersection of two “C”-shaped shells, one external, aesthetic and coloured that joins to another that is functional, made using smooth or […]


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Steven Holl Architects
Inversion


Inversion is cut from 21 million year old stone from a quarry in Lecce, Italy. The process, beginning with a 5”x7” watercolor sketch in New York City, which is transformed into a 3d file, and then sent to a five-axis cutter in Lecce, required no working drawings. Measuring 1.2 meters tall and weighing 2500 lbs, the […]


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Inga Sempé
Balcon & Bénitier


Balcon & Bénitier made of ceramic complete the Balcon collection. These are small shelves easy to install in every rooms to highlight your everyday objects.   Designer: Inga Sempé  


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Disguincio&co
Ianus


Ianus is a decorative stone tub/fountain for indoor or outdoor use. The tub is the result of a digital simulative design and CNC fabrication with a 6 axis robot, milled from a monolithic block of Gray Shadow stone, caved in Turkey. The design is characterized by a basin of a pure geometry, raised form the ground […]


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