Posts Tagged ‘FURNITURE’

Bent Bench by alcarol

January 15th, 2015

Tusciao valet stand by Andrea Brugnera for Formabilio

January 8th, 2015

Tusciao valet stand is the piece of furniture for every day needs. It’s made for a neat and practical hanging for your clothes and accessories. To each his own: the three elements in beech wood and metal rod perfectly accommodate the most delicate apparel, from jackets to pants to accessories. So you’ll easily find everything at your fingertips!

Wave Cabinet by Sebastian Errazuriz

January 7th, 2015

The white-lacquered Baltic birch slats form the top and two longest sides of the horizontal cuboid-shaped cabinet, sat on four steel legs. Each wooden element is connected to its neighbours, so moving one starts a chain of motion that ripples along the unit.

V1 chair by Odesd2

January 3rd, 2015

V1 chair by Odesd2

Polsino pouf by Alessandro Damin for Formabilio

December 30th, 2014

Polsino reminds a men’s shirts, this colorful and cute design pouf, conceived to ensure maximum comfort is an iconic object with an ironic and irreverent twist. It is much more than a comfortable pouf, it is also a magazine rack!

Linework furniture system by Visibility

December 24th, 2014

Shelving holds the objects that we want out of the way, but available for continued use and on display for the convenience of others. When the structures that hold up our possessions utilize lightness, those structures allow the objects to speak for themselves and to communicate their meaning to the users.

mr.knox cabinet by Stephan Siepermann

December 18th, 2014

The new cabinet ‘mr.knox’ is a funny translation of a heavy steel safe box into a smart and playful wooden piece of furniture. The CNC cut gears fit perfectly together which enables the closing system to work exact as its steel example. The cabinet is 99,9% safe and it is delivered together with a beautiful ‘gold’bar of 99,9% oakwood.

Tre Mezzo by Biasol: Design Studio for Meizai

December 14th, 2014

Biasol Design Studio’s Tre Mezzo collection is designed for easy, elegant living. The clean lines create a timeless look, while hand finishing highlights the materials natural beauty and craftsmanship.

Furniture collection by Federico Peri

December 13th, 2014

These objects are essentially conceptual furniture but with a well-defined function, passing through the 50ties and finally turning them into refinement and balance. All these objects are not conceived for a serial and industrial production, on the contrary, them give strength to the world of workers typical of the “made in Italy”.

Hanging chairs by Joanina Pastoll at Studio Striling, Johannesburg – South Africa

December 10th, 2014

Studio Stirling make beautiful hand made hanging chairs. They are durable and ideal for outside use. In certain models each one is unique, due to the variance of craftmanship when made by hand. A variety of metal designs and cushion choices are available. Custom designs can be discussed and exclusive designs are available to interior designers and specialised shop but quantity dependent.

Gemme di Bosco collection by Zordan

December 8th, 2014

To translate its vision into action, in 2012 Zordan Company gives life to a local supply chain, thanks to the involvement of a sawmill and a cooperative with the purpose of controlling the production process, in order to guarantee the traditional quality and beauty of Italian manufacturing.

Big Foot stool by Alper Gündüz for Formabilio

December 1st, 2014

Big Foot is a masculine stool with big feet. Other than being a stool, as “Seat” is not the only function of this stool, Big Foot will spice up everybody life with humor.

TRESTLE collection by John Pawson for Viccarbe

November 29th, 2014

TRESTLE features a minimalist almost laconic approach to form, the inverted v shaped supporting legs (or trestles) which are made from solid oak with a thick cross section are the dominating feature, while the seat is available in two finishes: quilted and smooth.

Tconsolle console by Gloria Colleoni for Formabilio

November 23rd, 2014

Tconsolle is a console entirely made of wood that can contain, hide or show. The colorful touch allows this piece of furniture to match different interior decors. Tconsolle renovates with style the idea of storage furniture.

Stick table by Stone Designs for Actus

November 21st, 2014

The Stick collection meets the Japanese brand Actus’ need of providing the Japanese market with a table that allows people to have meetings, eat and have fun around it, but the difference with this table is that it has lower proportions as usual.

Incurva magazine and wine holder by Mario Pagliaro

November 21st, 2014

Incurva magazine and wine holder by Mario Pagliaro

Lino modular storage unit by Stefano Visconti for Formabilio

November 17th, 2014

Lino is the first modular storage unit that complement your existing home furnishings and hide your mess with style! Fully customizable with its basic elements of MDF, roomy and colorful, Lino has a clean design that makes it perfectly fitting in every room of the house.

Ductal street furniture by Olivier Chabaud and Leveque

November 13th, 2014

This set is the result of research on the potential applications of Ductal street furniture.

Made In Brooklyn chair by Sergio Mannino Studio

November 12th, 2014

The Battery Conservancy and NYC Parks invited designers and artists from around the world to submit their design for the new Battery Park Chairs.

Lundia kitchen and trade show concept by Joanna Laajisto Creative Studio

November 6th, 2014

Lundia kitchen and trade show concept by Joanna Laajisto Creative Studio