Dieter Table Fan by Nathan Yong for Skanno

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Singapore-based industrial designer Nathan Yong designed Dieter Table Fan for Helsinki-based Finnish interior design company Skanno. Nathan Yong was born in Singapore in 1971. Designer Nathan Yong earned recognition as a trailblazer in the Singapore design scene when he founded design company Air Division in 1999 with three friends. Air […]

Taipei Performing Arts Center by Architects Collective

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Taipei Performing Arts Center by Vienna-based Architects Collective, awarded with honorable mention at international competition. The Performing Arts Center is located in downtown Taipei, TPE in the vicinity of a large open market and consists of three distinct and different theaters and ancillary buildings. By designing a continuous ramp-like public landscape, the […]

Ciclups by Ruben Iglesias

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Ciclups by Santander-based Spanish designer Ruben Iglesias is an uninterruptible power supply and generator system that can be recharged transforming kinetic energy, connecting it to the electric network or both. The pedal rotation is transmitted to a gyroscope that enables the production of energy. The system has a low voltage screen which […]

Osteria La Buca by Brendan Ravenhill

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Los Angeles-based industrial designer Brendan Ravenhill’s first Hollywood, Los Angeles project was the expansion and full renovation of Osteria La Buca, which came about after owner Graham Snyder saw the Bottle Opener featured in La Cucina Italiana. Three Cord Chandeliers are suspended over the length of the main dining room, which […]

Sticky Lamp by Chris Kabel for Droog

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Sticky Lamp designed by Rotterdam-based designer Chris Kabel for Droog is a sticker; it can sticked to any place where the sun doesn’t shine. This design brings a new function to packaging. The plastic which would normally be discarded has become the casing. The self-adhesive fixing offers endless possibilities. You […]

Brillare by Klein Dytham Architecture

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Brillare in Kobuchizawa, Yamanashi, Japan is one of commercial projects of Tokyo-based Klein Dytham Architecture. Brillare is a dining and party space, an addition to the Risonare wedding resort where the Leaf Chapel is located. As you approach the hotel lobby, you will come across a shiny cantilevered box surrounded by […]

Uto by lagranja design for Foscarini

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Uto is a lamp designed by Barcelona-based lagranja design for Italian manufacturer Foscarini. Founders and partners of lagranja design, Gabriele Schiavon and Gerard Sanmartí’s idea began with the desire to create a hanging lamp made up not of a body and a cable, as is generally the case, but of a single flexible, […]

BMW Showroom by Zaha Hadid Architects

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BMW Showroom in Leipzig, Germany designed by Zaha Hadid Architects for BMW AG Munich. The last link in a ‘chain’ of buildings, the showroom references adjacent structures, onsite processes and the BMW car through its dynamic shape – forming naturally from the surface of the car park, extending its surfaces […]

Spiral by Jeong Yong for IS Dongseo

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South Korean furniture and product designer Jeong Yong graduated from Konkuk University College of Art & Design in 2007. Yong’s previous career experiences as a designer include IS Dongseo Co., LTD, iDEALGRAPHY, MORRIS,  CHUNGWOO FUN STATION, Designers Party. Designer attended the exhibition in 2011. 12 to Seoul Design Festival – COEX. Jeong Yong’s awards are: 2012  Goyang-si […]

Summa by Jon Gasca for STUA

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Designed by Spanish industrial engineer and designer Jon Gasca for San Sebastian-based contemporary furniture design company STUA, Summa is a small coffee table, made of a stool, a tray that alltogether become a table. One table: made of two pieces, with three different uses: stool, tray and table. The legs […]

Pogaji House by MDS

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Pojagi House in Yokohama-city, Japan is a residential project designed by Tokyo-based architectural studio MDS. Architects Kiyotoshi Mori and Natsuko Kawamura are the founders of MDS. The site of Pogaji House is higher than the road surface, facing the lush green park. The wooden parts of living space and workplace-shaped box, […]

Knit Knot Chair by Alessandra Pasetti for Area Declic

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One of the three winning projects of the 2009 Design Competition ONLY FOR WOMEN, dedicated only to women and promoted by Area Declic, Knit Knot was developed and has become a collection of seating presented as a novelty at the International Furniture Fair of Milan 2010. The name refers to […]