A collaboration between Laura Wellington and Plumen that brings miniature versions of their iconic designs together.
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A series of giant suspended, blown glass bubble lights from Dutch designer Alex de Witte.
This light-filled, Amsterdam-based home with elements of green, wood, black, and white.
A lightweight, stackable plywood chair whose legs are sandwiched between the seat and back rest's two layers.
A coffee table that grows and expands as you need it.
By reusing materials from the previous generation's home, a new house continues with memories of the past.
An ergonomic folding chair concept that you won't mind sitting in for extended periods of time.
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A kraft paper roll dispenser for your wall that gives you access to a surface to draw or write on when you need it.
A collection of waste-free objects made from Carrara marble tiles that had been discarded.
GRAUX & BAEYENS architects designed this copper-clad dwelling in Belgium with an irregular, angular shape.
A compact, well-designed Bluetooth-enabled keyboard that will work with any device, like smartphones and tablets.
A simple, multi-purpose lamp that aims to be the only kind of lighting you'll ever need.
An outdoor bench with opposite back rests giving the people who sit on it, opposing views while still being close.
A table and chair that were inspired by the art of origami with their faceted design looking like the complex folds.