A flexible chaise longue and an armchair at the same time, that can be used for relaxation or as a temporary workstation. Seat, back and armrest are part of the same sinuous and continuous structure. The movable supporting surface provides an easier and more comfortable seating.
‘Ori’ lightning series is the offspring of a collaboration between Producks design studio and textile designer Mika Barr. The design starting point was Mika’s Folding Apart fabric. The fabric has a special print on it that gives it an inner structure making it fold according to the printed pattern. Continue Reading
In a word, this bedding is lussuoso (Italian for “luxurious”). To create DWR bedding, DWR teamed up with Judy White.
Inspired by the Case Study Houses, White has represented building materials like stucco, glass and slate in the colors of the collection. The result is a set of building blocks that make it easy and fun for you to create your modern bed. Made of the finest materials, the sheets have the exquisite feel of 200-thread-count Egyptian long-staple cotton percale, with a simple pearl edge stitch finishing each edge.
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Description from o4i DesignStudio:
“The Dent chair challenges the idea of the sleek and beautiful. It is the antithesis of perfect. It is a chair never seen before and, we dare to say, won’t leave anyone indifferent. Continue Reading
Designer Johanna Tammsalu has created the ‘Solid Spin Lamp’ collection from ceramic.
From Johanna Tammsalu:
“The Solid Spin Lamp collection grew out of series of experiments that I made with everyday objects that can be found in everyone’s household. Continue Reading
British designer Ella Doran creates all types of colorful home accessories with her award-winning surface designs and has now expanded her repertoire into other, non-print based mediums, like her latest, the ‘Geo’ carved rug for WovenGround.
Shadows and textures are established due to the carved out relief work of the rug. Continue Reading
German designer Sebastian Scherer has created a series of tables called Isom. The tables are made completely in 10mm sheets of blue, green, grey, and bronze glass, each with a hexagon-shaped top. Supported by three pieces of rectangular glass vertical panels, the tops appear to form rhombuses when looking down at them because of the edges of the base pieces. Continue Reading