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Atelier de Troupe: Grand Luxury Lighting and Furniture

Atelier de Troupe is a creative studio founded in 2011 by former film-set designer Gabriel Abraham, based in Los Angeles, California he has outlined the imaginary décor of the 20th century, creating unique lamps and furniture. Atelier de Troupe has a limited collection series which are realized from concept to completion by their in-house design team … Continue reading “Atelier de Troupe: Grand Luxury Lighting and Furniture”

Daniel Rybakken

Daniel Rybakken (born 1984) is a Norwegian designer, who lives in Gothenburg, Sweden. He studied design at the Oslo School of Architecture and the School of Arts & Crafts in Gothenburg. Both his parents were designers—his mother in fashion and his father in graphic design. His work is quite graphical. As a child, He always … Continue reading “Daniel Rybakken”

Duo Tone Planter

Martino Gamper is an Italian designer who working across design and art venues, engages in a variety of projects from exhibition design, interior design, one-off commissions and the design of mass-produced products for the cutting edge of the international furniture industry. In 2015, Martino Gamper curated the Duo Tone series that came out of the … Continue reading “Duo Tone Planter”

PEWTER coffee table

The Pewter Collection by Christopher Gentner is a family of furniture pieces defined by their materiality and formal qualities.  One crucible at a time, pewter is melted into liquid form and hand coated onto the steel structure, creating the other-worldly surface that makes each handcrafted pewter table unique. Through its manifestation of conceptual thought and dream like … Continue reading “PEWTER coffee table”

“Eclipse” mirror

During the Design Week in Stockholm, Malmö-based Stoft Studio created an exhibition where visitors were able to see forms, materials and objects from different angles. As black as ink or as dim as a solar eclipse the mirror with its diabase stone was designed to warp people’s perception of space. By playing with the perspective of a … Continue reading ““Eclipse” mirror”


A collection of vases and containers that play with scales and invite you to jump into the water.A glass pool ladder poetically dialogues with an uncluttered clear shape.Developed while in residency at Fabrica Design Studio and sold exclusively at Please Do Not Enter, in Los Angeles.-Clear borosilicate glass blown by Massimo Lunardon in Italy.-limited edition of 30 signed pieces After … Continue reading “Nage”

Sibirjak Lounge Chair

Sibirjak by Anastasia Koshcheeva is a modern lounge chair made of birchbark. The almost forgotten natural material is not only flexible, soft, water-repellent and antibacterial, but also breathable, durable and strong. Despite these unique characteristics, it gets gradually forgotten. Sibirjak deals with the question of how to reinterpret an age-old tradition and also how to make the … Continue reading “Sibirjak Lounge Chair”

Lui5 Armchair

A classic of its kind, the wooden chair with cane seat serves as a point of reference for the Lui5 chairs: the traditional techniques used to make them are undertaken faithfully and with mastery, but the curved, soft forms of the original model leave space for simplified lines and crystallised forms that multiply in space … Continue reading “Lui5 Armchair”

Wooden Plaids

“Wooden Textiles” convey a new tactile experience.We are used to experience wood as a hard material; we know the feeling of walking across wooden floors, to touch a wooden tabletop or to feel the bark of a tree. But we usually don’t experience a wooden surface which can be manipulated by touch.”Wooden Textiles” is a … Continue reading “Wooden Plaids”

Wooden Hammock

This award-winning Wooden Hammock by Australian designer Adam Cornish  is an alternative to the common cloth hammock. Although made from wood, the design is flexible and comfortable due to the rubber vertebra which allows the wooden segments to move, mimicking the human spine. Manufactured from a standard sheet of plantation grown plywood, the design maximizes the economy of materials … Continue reading “Wooden Hammock”

Isla Coffee Table

The Isla is all curves. Sculptural and futuristic, its asymmetrical top perches above two large voluminous legs.Wood Tabletop: Walnut, Blackened Walnut, Bleached Maple, Blackened Maple, Natural White Oak, or Blackened White OakStone Tabletop: Travertine, Pietra Cardosa Marble, Petite Granite Limestone, or Rojo Alicante MarbleTable Base: Lacquered Wood in colors including Clay, Dove, Flint, Charcoal, Caviar, … Continue reading “Isla Coffee Table”

Nakano Twins

By Adam Nathaniel Furman To be seen at the Biennale INTERIEUR 2018 18-22 October Kortrijk, Belgium The Nakano Twins are a pair of furniture units designed to be as full of personality as cartoon characters, voluble, talkative little members of the household that bring as much animation to the spaces they are in as a happy pet, … Continue reading “Nakano Twins”

Poster Lamp by YOY

An example of minimalist designJapanese studio YOY proposes simple and very innovative design creations.POSTER is a series of a wall lamp like a A2-sized poster.Two cuts are made in the paper to form the curved lamp shape, and a small LED light is fitted inside.The light illuminates the paper from behind, while the cuts allow light to … Continue reading “Poster Lamp by YOY”

Stoneware & engobes

His sculptural objects seem sober spatial constructions: boxlike, slab built architectural structures of austere colours dominated by right angles. But appearances are deceptive: these objects have a poetic charm which saves them from only being rational and cold. The eye of the beholder detects small projections, subtle displacements and slants which, together with the immediate … Continue reading “Stoneware & engobes”

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”