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Scandinavian Made

Scandinavian Made

Scandinavian Made is a new brand shop in the home accessories marketplace that features modern, artisan-made rugs and ceramics all made by h…
Angles Collection by Cuatro Cuatros

Angles Collection by Cuatro Cuatros

Cuatro Cuatros, a design studio based in Valencia, Spain, recently released its new Angles collection of two shelves (30º and 180º) , a…
Primavera Vase

Primavera Vase

Reuse your old water bottles for something beautiful… The Primavera vase is just a silhouette that fits a standard water bottle instea…
d.lab

d.lab

d.lab is the commercial division of the industrial design Design Incubation Centre of the National University of Singapore. The pieces they …
Everyday Expressions by Gumdesign

Everyday Expressions by Gumdesign

Designed by Gumdesign, this series of bowls and vases called Everyday Expressions is based on six different human facial expressions. Made f…
Processed Paper by Pia Wüstenberg

Processed Paper by Pia Wüstenberg

Processed Paper is a project by Pia Wüstenberg that, thus far, consists of a folding table, paper lights and vases, as well as trestle legs…
Wright 21 Presents Truth in Form/Reason for Being

Wright 21 Presents Truth in Form/Reason for Being

This fall, Chicago auction house Wright, which specializes in 20th century furniture, art and design, introduces guest-curated exhibitions t…
Perception Park Porcelain

Perception Park Porcelain

We’ve seen a lot of anatomically-inspired accessories in the last few years, but the ethereal porcelain sculptures from Parisian studi…
Concrete Vase by Xiral Segard

Concrete Vase by Xiral Segard

Designer Xiral Segard exhibited her concrete Konkurïto vase during Paris Design Week earlier this month. The modular design was inspired by…
LDF 2011: Top Five from Tramshed 2011

LDF 2011: Top Five from Tramshed 2011

Now in its second year and supported by the Society for British Interior Design, Tramshed is a boutique selection of interior products in a …
UF/O by Fabien Franzen

UF/O by Fabien Franzen

Belgian designer Fabien Franzen developed Archetypes, a brand through which he could release products and objects developed based on the …
Yoshiyuki Hibino

Yoshiyuki Hibino

Japanese interior designer and director of beets inc. Yoshiyuki Hibino will present two new products – a shelf and a vase – at T…
Sand by Yukihiro Kaneuchi

Sand by Yukihiro Kaneuchi

  Taking inspiration from the game Bou-Toshi, Yukihiro Kaneuchi created a series of vases made of sand and resin.
Stacking Vessels by Pia Wüstenberg

Stacking Vessels by Pia Wüstenberg

Pia Wüstenberg will be showing her Stacking Vessels at the London Design Festival later this month. Made of three different types of materi…
Flower Pump by Veneri Design

Flower Pump by Veneri Design

This Flower Pump vase by Veneri Design Studio is another interesting anatomical heart piece (remember the Ventricle Vessel and Corezone?) ex…
Esher Vase by Michael Nitschke

Esher Vase by Michael Nitschke

The Esher Vase by Michael Nitschke is inspired by his favorite Berlin graffiti artist.
Scandinavian Made

Scandinavian Made

Scandinavian Made is a new brand shop in the home accessories marketplace that features modern, artisan-made rugs and ceramics all made by h…
Angles Collection by Cuatro Cuatros

Angles Collection by Cuatro Cuatros

Cuatro Cuatros, a design studio based in Valencia, Spain, recently released its new Angles collection of two shelves (30º and 180º) , a…
Primavera Vase

Primavera Vase

Reuse your old water bottles for something beautiful… The Primavera vase is just a silhouette that fits a standard water bottle instea…
d.lab

d.lab

d.lab is the commercial division of the industrial design Design Incubation Centre of the National University of Singapore. The pieces they …
Processed Paper by Pia Wüstenberg

Processed Paper by Pia Wüstenberg

Processed Paper is a project by Pia Wüstenberg that, thus far, consists of a folding table, paper lights and vases, as well as trestle legs…
Wright 21 Presents Truth in Form/Reason for Being

Wright 21 Presents Truth in Form/Reason for Being

This fall, Chicago auction house Wright, which specializes in 20th century furniture, art and design, introduces guest-curated exhibitions t…
Perception Park Porcelain

Perception Park Porcelain

We’ve seen a lot of anatomically-inspired accessories in the last few years, but the ethereal porcelain sculptures from Parisian studi…
Concrete Vase by Xiral Segard

Concrete Vase by Xiral Segard

Designer Xiral Segard exhibited her concrete Konkurïto vase during Paris Design Week earlier this month. The modular design was inspired by…
LDF 2011: Top Five from Tramshed 2011

LDF 2011: Top Five from Tramshed 2011

Now in its second year and supported by the Society for British Interior Design, Tramshed is a boutique selection of interior products in a …
UF/O by Fabien Franzen

UF/O by Fabien Franzen

Belgian designer Fabien Franzen developed Archetypes, a brand through which he could release products and objects developed based on the …
Yoshiyuki Hibino

Yoshiyuki Hibino

Japanese interior designer and director of beets inc. Yoshiyuki Hibino will present two new products – a shelf and a vase – at T…
Sand by Yukihiro Kaneuchi

Sand by Yukihiro Kaneuchi

  Taking inspiration from the game Bou-Toshi, Yukihiro Kaneuchi created a series of vases made of sand and resin.
Stacking Vessels by Pia Wüstenberg

Stacking Vessels by Pia Wüstenberg

Pia Wüstenberg will be showing her Stacking Vessels at the London Design Festival later this month. Made of three different types of materi…
Flower Pump by Veneri Design

Flower Pump by Veneri Design

This Flower Pump vase by Veneri Design Studio is another interesting anatomical heart piece (remember the Ventricle Vessel and Corezone?) ex…
Esher Vase by Michael Nitschke

Esher Vase by Michael Nitschke

The Esher Vase by Michael Nitschke is inspired by his favorite Berlin graffiti artist.

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