czwartek, 28 października 2010


A collective of young architects and designers from AlArchitects of Prague have designed a range of jewellery made from recycled medical waste. Reclaimed infusion lids and lengths of hose are adapted and augmented to create decorative earrings, bracelets and necklaces/a1architects

niedziela, 24 października 2010

sobota, 23 października 2010

Systême D

Systême D - kitchen storage/usin-e


What we aim at is creating a link between things apparently in contrast: persons, techniques, materials. Creating paradoxes, tension and lightness, emptiness and fragility, like the world around us/usin-e

The chair on the rack

Why is this chair far too long? And why does the drawer never close? Sometimes the senseless provides new senses. In this project I wanted to destroy old furniture and give new meaning to it. I chose to first cut and then to extend it. While this “disables” them, they now offer new opportunities to the user. The “chair on the rack” offers extra space to put a laptop or book beside you. Furthermore, two people can sit on it or you can try various new positions to relax/Jennifer Rieker

desk lamp

Desk lamp made of two lengths of powder coated mild steel/Leila Chouikh

bender stool

worn-out chair legs and found wood can be attached to the laser-cut seat with the help of cable ties, resulting in a stool that can be constructed completely tool-free/Paul Evermann


Cloud softlight creates an undulating overhead canopy of soft luminous forms. Group clusters of cloud to create vast cloudscapes flowing in a unique topography. The hollow cloud forms are internally lit by LED light, making the sculptural three-dimensional forms mysteriously radiant when viewed from any direction. cloud can be hung in any combination of three sizes of clusters, tailored to the individual space they are shaping. Alternately, individual pendants in four different sizes can be suspended. Made from the same translucent white textile material as urchin softlight and textile softwall + softblock, these pieces complement each other to create fluid, sculptural environments/molo

środa, 20 października 2010

poniedziałek, 18 października 2010


DUPLEX is an acquarium/cage favouring an improbable encounter between a bird and a fish. The aquarium is thermoformed so as to create a space where the bird can fly at the same visual level as the fish. A surprising encounter that evokes the impossible fusion between the air and the waterworld/Constance Guisset


VERTIGO is an enveloping lamp that creates a space of intimacy. The lightness of the lamp (less than 500g for 2 square meters amplitude) makes it mobile to the rythm of the air: it turns softly, projecting an almost transparent graphic space between the floor and the ceiling/Constance Guisset


Manuel Rebollo


Bænk is an ash filigree seating.The sides and the seating surface are connected by a traditional sliding dovetail joint.The outward tapered profile of the components creates the illusion of an unusually slight material thickness. Material used in the project: solid, bleached and oiled ash, varnished and stainless steel/Johannes Grune


Centaurus is a piece of furniture that joins two functions – it is a bench seating with a hidden storage. The storage and the side rests are just perfect for storing and hanging clothes. The piece is made of solid and oiled oak, varnished mdf and aluminium. You just want to take your stiff clothes off, seat and relax/Johannes Grune

sobota, 2 października 2010

Kebony bench

This project was initiated by Kebony. They wanted to see their material used in the outdoor furniture segment, and asked StokkeAustad to design a bench. StokkeAustad wanted to create an outdoor bench system that was flexible in how it is mounted. The round concrete base allows for the seat to be turned until it is fastened in its final position. Several benches can also be connected together/Stokke Austad

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