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Kuli by Felix Haeffner and Julia Wolf

Kuli by Felix Haeffner and Julia Wolf

Kuli is a coffee table, a stool or seat designed by young German designers Felix Haeffner and Julia Wolf. It contains extra storage, too ins…
Babel Holder

Babel Holder

As part of the DMY 2011 Asia Exhibition tour, which presents innovative German design objects and products at seven different fairs and fest…
Benjamin Hubert for De La Espada

Benjamin Hubert for De La Espada

During the London Design Festival, Benjamin Hubert launched five new designs for De La Espada.
Escapefromsofa

Escapefromsofa

Istanbul design studio Escapefromsofa launched some new pieces at Tent London last week. They look to be 1960s-70s inspired to me. What do y…
Cvetnoetno Furniture

Cvetnoetno Furniture

Cvetnoetno Furniture is a collection of pieces designed by Slovene architect Spela Leskovic and fashion designer Almira Sadar in cooperation…
Salon by Lee Broom

Salon by Lee Broom

I’m always excited to see what British designer Lee Broom has going on at the London Design Festival and this year, he doesn’t d…
Meg O’Halloran Design

Meg O’Halloran Design

American designer and Cornell grad Meg O’Halloran presented a new collection of modern seating at the AIA’s Kick Off Party for t…
Steel Stool by Noon Studio

Steel Stool by Noon Studio

Steel Stool is a minimalist prototype created by London- and Avignon-based Noon Studio. The studio was created by two designers, Gautier Pe…
Skim Milk
Boet by Note Design Studio

Boet by Note Design Studio

Note Design Studio has a new stool called Boet, which means Nest in Swedish. The stool is inspired by birds’ nests: elevated, protecte…
Syn-Kraft Furniture by Christian Kayser

Syn-Kraft Furniture by Christian Kayser

German designer and recent grad Christian Kayser‘s work focuses on the idea of synergy, using gravity and weight to determine the fina…
Grille Chair by Yenhao Chen

Grille Chair by Yenhao Chen

The Grille chair, or stool, by Yenhao Chen has the silhouette of a simple stool but the ribbon-like legs are an unexpected detail.
Tulipa Stools by Melissa Godoy Nieto

Tulipa Stools by Melissa Godoy Nieto

Tulipa Stools by Brooklyn-based Mexican designer Melissa Godoy Nieto come from a desire to create a piece of furniture that is very simple t…
Stitching Concrete by Florian Schmid

Stitching Concrete by Florian Schmid

Florian Schmid is a graduate industrial designer from Hochschule München. His final project is called Stitching Concrete, inspired by the c…
Ribbon Stool by Nick Rawcliffe for Deadgood

Ribbon Stool by Nick Rawcliffe for Deadgood

The Ribbon Stool by Nick Rawcliffe of Raw Studio for Deadgood and will be shown in Newcastle as part of Design Event 2011 in October.
COD Project by Rami Tareef

COD Project by Rami Tareef

I can’t get enough of what’s coming out of Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem. The COD (Crafts Oriented Design) proj…
Kuli by Felix Haeffner and Julia Wolf

Kuli by Felix Haeffner and Julia Wolf

Kuli is a coffee table, a stool or seat designed by young German designers Felix Haeffner and Julia Wolf. It contains extra storage, too ins…
Babel Holder

Babel Holder

As part of the DMY 2011 Asia Exhibition tour, which presents innovative German design objects and products at seven different fairs and fest…
Benjamin Hubert for De La Espada

Benjamin Hubert for De La Espada

During the London Design Festival, Benjamin Hubert launched five new designs for De La Espada.
Escapefromsofa

Escapefromsofa

Istanbul design studio Escapefromsofa launched some new pieces at Tent London last week. They look to be 1960s-70s inspired to me. What do y…
Cvetnoetno Furniture

Cvetnoetno Furniture

Cvetnoetno Furniture is a collection of pieces designed by Slovene architect Spela Leskovic and fashion designer Almira Sadar in cooperation…
Salon by Lee Broom

Salon by Lee Broom

I’m always excited to see what British designer Lee Broom has going on at the London Design Festival and this year, he doesn’t d…
Meg O’Halloran Design

Meg O’Halloran Design

American designer and Cornell grad Meg O’Halloran presented a new collection of modern seating at the AIA’s Kick Off Party for t…
Steel Stool by Noon Studio

Steel Stool by Noon Studio

Steel Stool is a minimalist prototype created by London- and Avignon-based Noon Studio. The studio was created by two designers, Gautier Pe…
Skim Milk
Boet by Note Design Studio

Boet by Note Design Studio

Note Design Studio has a new stool called Boet, which means Nest in Swedish. The stool is inspired by birds’ nests: elevated, protecte…
Syn-Kraft Furniture by Christian Kayser

Syn-Kraft Furniture by Christian Kayser

German designer and recent grad Christian Kayser‘s work focuses on the idea of synergy, using gravity and weight to determine the fina…
Grille Chair by Yenhao Chen

Grille Chair by Yenhao Chen

The Grille chair, or stool, by Yenhao Chen has the silhouette of a simple stool but the ribbon-like legs are an unexpected detail.
Tulipa Stools by Melissa Godoy Nieto

Tulipa Stools by Melissa Godoy Nieto

Tulipa Stools by Brooklyn-based Mexican designer Melissa Godoy Nieto come from a desire to create a piece of furniture that is very simple t…
Stitching Concrete by Florian Schmid

Stitching Concrete by Florian Schmid

Florian Schmid is a graduate industrial designer from Hochschule München. His final project is called Stitching Concrete, inspired by the c…
Ribbon Stool by Nick Rawcliffe for Deadgood

Ribbon Stool by Nick Rawcliffe for Deadgood

The Ribbon Stool by Nick Rawcliffe of Raw Studio for Deadgood and will be shown in Newcastle as part of Design Event 2011 in October.
COD Project by Rami Tareef

COD Project by Rami Tareef

I can’t get enough of what’s coming out of Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem. The COD (Crafts Oriented Design) proj…

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