Posts Tagged ‘FURNITURE’

10DAYS Shop in shop furniture by Soft Architecture, Amsterdam – The Netherlands

February 20th, 2018

A series of modular furniture is developed to use in small boutiques as well as in department stores. This new line exists of three different furniture pieces and a playful logo block.

Azo collection for Galerie Kreo by François Bauchet

February 15th, 2018

The Azo collection is a continuation of Bauchet’s research into forms and materials. For Azo, he developed a material made of sand, resin and concrete – using it to create blocky tables, benches, consoles and side tables.

Café-Office-Shop by Konrad Knoblauch GmbH, Markdorf – Germany

February 1st, 2018

As the unusual sounding name suggests, the 1500-square metre area consists of three parts: The office for some of the roughly 240 staff members, the shop for designer furniture from Knoblauch’s own production or from well-known brands, and the semi-public café.

‘Limbus Greenframe’ project by Kauppi & Kauppi and Glimakra of Sweden

January 27th, 2018

This illuminated frame highlights the plants you’ve picked for your interior with its delicate LED line. Standing on two small props, greenframe is not only a lamp and a shelf for the plants but also a space divider, which can be put in the middle of the room or adjusted to a wall.

Modular furniture by RIGI Design

January 9th, 2018

Slim railings run along the top of the walls with racks hanging down over the sofa, the life board and the kitchen cabinets for items to be suspended from. A mirror has also been attached over a stand alone sink in the kitchen area.

Isole Modular Seating by Luca Nichetto and Nendo for &tradition

December 30th, 2017

The two prolific designers co-created the design through a process of going back and forth with ideas inspired by Japanese poetry. The result is Isole, which is Italian for ‘islands’, a unique sofa system that allows for various configurations.

3D storytellers installation for Parra Store by Alan Khadikov, Moscow – Russia

December 22nd, 2017

All these objects – whatever they were – a vertical flat panel or a table with mockup – bring to the viewers the idea of what the furniture is made of, how the manufacturing process is organised and what kind of furniture one may find in Parra brand store.

TAY modular sofa for FLOU, designed by Massimo Castagna

November 29th, 2017

The strong points of TAY – modularity and personalization – offer maximum freedom of choice to create linear compositions, corner compositions, with lateral chaise-longue extension, with or without backrests, with or without armrests.

Color-changing furniture by Orijeen

November 15th, 2017

The Korean based studio have created the chameleon-esque pieces by applying a lenticular surface to their designs. Orijeen‘s mini collection – called ‘color flow’ – comprises of two storage pieces, both of which vary in color gradients.

Walnut furniture by Office of Architecture, Tribeca – New York

November 9th, 2017

Black American walnut boards cover the entire floor and the walls are painted white to provide continuity across the open-plan space, with light filtering in through white net curtains.

Steps by Raw Edges

October 26th, 2017

‘Steps” is a new concrete seating design, aimed to redefine how people use public space. Commissioned by Greenwich Peninsula in association with NOW Gallery we have created scaled up armchair like seats forming an urban texture which invites people to dwell, play, lean and relax on, in this new swathe of London.

MoMo 2.0 – Modular Furniture by TACADI, Sao Paulo – Brazil

October 19th, 2017

The furniture consists of an open system that includes several modules, in this case in particular resolves a chair, table, storage sectors, tending, ironing sector, etc. These can operate autonomously, as well as be linked together, creating a dynamic and versatile system.

Pentatonic pop-up store by LuckyFox, London – UK

October 12th, 2017

The new company with a simple but revolutionary mission –to turn our trash into beautiful homewares –tasked LuckyFox to transform the 3,000 square foot empty space in the heart of Shoreditch, East London into a gallery style showroom. This is the public’s first opportunity to touch, feel, build, try and buy its products in person.

Conecta Collection by Olhar 180

October 5th, 2017

The collection counts with an easy assembly and disassembly product which can be customized with glass, wood or steel toppers. As well as casters or brakes in a set of different colours.

YU collection by Mikiya Kobayashi

September 27th, 2017

“YU” has the meaning of ”thoughtful” in Japanese. This meaning is the brand concept. Mikiya designed 3 chairs at first. One of the 3 chairs is ”UC3”, is the symbolism of this brand. The distinctive feature of UC3 is its elegant wooden frame and leather back.

Mediterranean Reflections by Omelette-ed

September 25th, 2017

The Valencian company Omelette-Ed has launched its first collaborative collection for the home: three pieces created by different design studios that share a common philosophy: sustainability, timelessness and simplicity in the objects proposed.

Domino, the new Talenti Outdoor Living collection by Marco Acerbis

September 21st, 2017

Domino consists of sofas, armchairs, side chairs and different types of tables; this collection offers something to suit every situation and is capable of transforming outdoor spaces into an aesthetic pleasure.

Oak trestle by Studiomama

September 19th, 2017

The dining table surface is reversible, featuring oak on one side for dining and linoleum covering the other so it can be used as a work surface. This more hard-wearing material comes in hues including burgundy, olive green and powder pink.

Sail Outdoor furniture by Héctor Serrano

September 13th, 2017

The Spanish designer has used an external fabric in place of the traditional wool dhurrie of the previous version to create a fresh, modern and voluminous collection. His design converts this product into an alternative and fun product that can easily adapt to many different spaces.

The Toku Collection for Schiavello by Gavin Harris

August 24th, 2017

Toku, which is ‘talk’ in Japanese, includes benches, ottomans, tables, stools, and screens that can easily be moved around to design workplace setups based on various needs.