Danish Architect and Furniture Maker Peter Qvist Lorentsen has created this gorgeous sculptural lounge chair titled Peak. This limited edition lounge chair’s structure might appear complex, but the overall look is very simple and streamlined. This tension between complexity and simplicity and excellent craftsmanship make this chair unique piece of art.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 9 October, 2013
It started with BEMZ who added a sassiness to IKEA’s sofas and now you can pimp your cabinets and sideboards from IKEA with beautiful geometric designs from swedish company Storefront. You can customize your cabinets with new fronts, legs and handles.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 8 October, 2013
We are so excited to feature the Neotoi Family by Italian designer Roberto Giacomucci. His pack of characters range from friendly alligator tables to the company of abstract cubbies with hidden personalities. Say hello to the gathering furniture, they will surround your home with cheer and playfulness.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 30 September, 2013
French design studio Moustache has launched their new collection during Maison & Objet in Paris recently. The collection consist of furnitures and objects designed by home designers François Azambourg, Inga Sempé, Big-Game, Ionna Vautrin, Benjamin Graindorge, Sébastien Cordoléani, Dylan Martorell and has revealed the firsts products issued from their new collaborations with Bertjan Pot, Constance Guisset and Jean-Baptiste Fastrez.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 27 September, 2013
El Salvador’s multidisciplinary collective The Carrot Concept unveiled their debut collection at WantedDesign during this year’s New York Design Week. Bright and modern with a casual cool edge, these gorgeous housewares, textiles, and pieces of furniture make vibrant additions to a contemporary home, loft, or office. (via)
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 24 September, 2013
This monolithic design by UK-based designer Christopher Duffy takes its inspiration from The Sentinel, a book by Arthur C. Clarke that went on to be made into the film 2001: A Space Odyssey, directed by Stanley Kubrick. A glass table top seems to balance miraculously on top of toppling monoliths, which appear to be frozen in a permanent state of impending collapse, a concept inspired by the book 3001: The Final Odyssey.
This mind-boggling creation appears to the naked eye to be an impossible feat, but in reality it has its foundations in real physics.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 22 August, 2013
Rüskasa draws influence from Scandinavia and Japan, creating modern heirloom pieces, where materials – maple, beech and walnut – are the focus. Each is built by hand, using labour-intensive techniques given up by many companies seeking quick turnarounds. The results are clear to see in its Carved bench, with its trompe l’oeil wooden upholstery seat.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 21 August, 2013