Solid wood tables manufactured by hand in American Walnut and Maple. An almost cartoon-like appearance brings a sense of fun into an everyday piece of furniture.
The ultimate hanging lounge, Swingrest is one of the first products to emerge from Dedon Island resort, our Outdoor Living Lab in Siargao, The Philippines. Pouzet, co-architect and designer of Dedon Island, took his inspiration for the Swingrest from the extra-high ceilings of the resort’s villas. Borrowing the basket-like bottom from his earlier creation, the Nestrest, he has managed to create an altogether new work that feels even more spacious (and fits more people) while seeming to take up less space.
Daan Mulder's new table design is part of the Form Follows Function line. It is an object without loose parts. By laminating multiple layers of wood the top is thin and strong. The table is finished with oak veneer and painted in an ultra matt lacquer. Check the gallery.
Naturoscopie shelf by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance takes its inspiration from basic structures found in nature. From the cell to the star and planetary systems, the universe is formed of elements in networks and interconnected materials. This design piece interprets and shows the fundamental structure of life, whether envisaged on a microscopic or macroscopic level. Enjoy!
Hilla Shamia designed a stunning set of furniture combining aluminum and wood. The negative factor of burnt wood is transformed into aesthetic and emotional value. The general, squared form intensifies the artificial feeling, and in the same time keeps the memory of the material. Enjoy the gallery!
Collection of Superhero seats has been designed by Swedish Glimpt Studio for Italian Cappellini. The idea of Superheroes came following a journey to Vietnam where Glimpt visited different artisans, studying their techniques and finding inspiring materials and colours. Glimpt also wanted to incorporate other influences in their work so they contacted the Swedish illustrator Malin Koort, who helped develop the patterns for the series. Glimpt likes to look at history and aesthetics of the countries they visit, keeping open mind and being inspired by the people, the country and the culture itself.
A set of occasional tables constructed with concrete and glass, which reflect the identity of the industrial city of Monterrey in the northern part of Mexico and rethink contemporary artisanal work. Using the "industrial craftsmanship" of local workshops, under a brief set by ADN Gallery, Sultanas have a monolithic structure that plays with the perception of the material and its possibilities, creating two dynamic forms that come together to create the concrete base of the tables. To check more of Jorge's works, visit his website (link at the bottom). Enjoy!
If you like soft and warm furniture, you better check Timothy John's Woven Collection. It consists of several amazing pieces such as lightings, table, clock and a vase. I really like what this New Zealand's designer has done. You may check more of his works directly on his website (link at the bottom). Enjoy!