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Space Horizon 24 B

For the past 20 years, Jos Devriendt has been working with the mushroom as an archetypal form translated into functional sculpture. Part of an ongoing series known as Night and Day, Jos Devriendt’s lamps express his interest in the ways in which time and atmosphere can transform our perception of objects and contexts. Deftly rendered … Continue reading “Space Horizon 24 B”

Rainbow Chair

Unveiled in 1999 at the Paris Furniture Show, this chair was immediately noticed by Giulio Cappellini. That was the beginning of my collaboration with this major house. Using an innovative technique, it is entirely built with multi-colored sheets of resin bonded by ultrasound. The contrast between its sober lines and psychedelic colors softened by the … Continue reading “Rainbow Chair”

Brilli – Model E

Fantastic, daring, and acutely colorful are words that describe the innovative work of Italian artist Jacopo Foggini. Working with a machine of his own invention, Foggini heats metacrylate, a polymer derivative, to volcanic temperatures in order to create thick, colorful threads he molds by hand into lit art. Foggini sites the magic of childhood and … Continue reading “Brilli – Model E”

Gioielli Wall Light

This week in MilanDesigner / Christopher Coombes & Cristiana Giopato Manufacturer / Giopato & Coombes This sculptural piece uses metal and artisan Murano glass to create a multifaceted wall light.Numerous components work in harmony, projecting direct or indirect light about the Gioielli, with each element bearing its own special characteristics.The emerald green light has a battuto … Continue reading “Gioielli Wall Light”

Construction III

The work consists of 522 Italian Travertine Silver blocks and a framed hand-drawn construction drawing.The blocks have been cut and sanded into 10 different basic shapes, based on children’s wooden toy blocks. These are built into a construction, based on the construction drawing on black paper.The blocks are not affixed in any way, but placed … Continue reading “Construction III”

‘Crescent Lovseat’

PAD PARIS (5-8 April) Galerie BSLThe ‘Crescent Loveseat’ is a contemporary reinterpretation of several major classics from the 50’s.The comfortable crescent shaped design offers soft, pure yet flexible lines enhanced by the contrast of fabrics.The back that resembles a cape envelops the loveseat enhancing its cozy aspect and completing the attire.The small size of this … Continue reading “‘Crescent Lovseat’”

Dancing Stones

The work ‘Dancing Stones’ from Gerard Kuijpers is the result of extensive purification. The steel and stone reach their ultimate essences. The steel being as strong as never before; the stone radiates its heaviness. This piece of art shows how the stone, even in complete rest, never loses the potential of movement. ‘Dancing Stones’ consists … Continue reading “Dancing Stones”

Flora Lamp

Flora lamp is a balanced composition of geometric cantilevered shapes, composed of brass, glass, and our unique Flora Perma material. A glass globe offsets the body, offering a soft dimmable light source. Flora Perma: The body of the lamp is carefully machined to reveal the intricate and complex beauty of the cross sections of flowers, … Continue reading “Flora Lamp”


This beautiful molded glass carafe was particularly noticed at the last fair in Milan.GLASS SERIESmaterial: glasstechnique: glass blowingyear: 2017dimensions: 195x130x310mmVítor Agostinho is a ceramic designer with a relevant experience in cookware products to industry. Recently he starts to reorient his work for a more personalized and artistic development as a result of his investigation in … Continue reading “POLIEDRO #56”

Todd Bracher guest of honour at imm cologne 2017

As guest of honour at imm cologne 2017, Todd Bracher, the New York-based product designer, will produce a distinctively spacious and architectural design for the design event “Das Haus – Interiors on Stage”. Under a floating roof will stand two interwoven, starkly different frames – one a large space surrounded by bookshelves as walls and a semi-transparent shell, … Continue reading “Todd Bracher guest of honour at imm cologne 2017”

Local River

Product’s details: – Date : 2008 – In collaboration with Anthony van den Bossche – Client : ARTISTS SPACE, New York – Curator : Alexandra Midal – Materials : glass blown & thermoformed, water pump, joints – Dimensions : Medium 73 x 45 x 91 cm Large 162 x 73 x 100 cm Work & … Continue reading “Local River”

Glimpse of Prague

We were in Prague for a few days on the occasion of the exhibition “Chimera” at the Meet Factory to which Patrick participates. Of course, we took advantage of this occasion to discover some aspects of vintage design offered by the Czech capital. If you have the chance to visit this beautiful city, we recommend a visit to … Continue reading “Glimpse of Prague”

TAO Rockview Tea House

TAO (Trace Architecture Office), one of the most active contemporary architectural firms in China, has built the Rockview Tea House.  Located in an abandoned quarry at Tashan Park, the natural landscape park in Weihai is open to the public for free.

MÁS concrete collection

David Galvañ and Manuel Bañó, designers and founders of LaSelva design studio have developed a concrete accessories collection for a Mexican company called Más.  Radial vase is divided in two materials, a heavy base in concrete and a light top in metal. The metal piece can be extracted from the concrete so the user can fill it up with water and then put it … Continue reading “MÁS concrete collection”

Lee West Objects

As you can imagine, here at Design Addict we receive daily a significant amount of emails announcing the release of new products. Most of them are boring. Fortunately, from time to time we have the opportunity to get excited. Today, with the new series of objects by Lee West. I admit I looked at my piggy bank with … Continue reading “Lee West Objects”

Okapi rug by Claesson Koivisto Rune

Any excuse is good to create new carpet patterns. Why not take inspiration from the okapi? This is what Claesson Koivisto Rune  did for this new woven carpet in 100%  wool designed for Asplund.

Personalities: Mo Rachidi from Maroc Tribal

In our series “personalities”, we present various players of the design scene which you regularly see the name on Design Addict. Through some questions and answers, we try to discover more about who they are, their careers and their interests.Today, Mo Rachidi, owner of Maroc Tribal in London.     What brought you to vintage design?

Marc Venot Acrobat lamp

By combining an oblong LED light diffuser and a cone shaped base with the help of magnets, French designer Marc Venot has created for Normann Copenhagen this innovative lamp called « Acrobat » that can be placed in a large number of positions.This is what Marc Venot says about his design: ”An acrobat is someone … Continue reading “Marc Venot Acrobat lamp”

Antek wood lamp

Wood is not very often used in lighting design. Yet the heat of the material and the light it reflects are appreciated. Now that the choice of led bulbs with low heat emission is becoming broader, we should see this renewable material increasingly used in the field of lighting.