A Piece Per Week

Piece Per Week is project initiated by Groupa Studio, a recently founded design collection run by Holon Academic Institute of Technology (Israel) graduates Shimshovitz, Yiffa Levin and Chen Guiterman.

Piece Per Week is a 10 week marathon of fresh ideas, rummaging through drawers, sketches, experiments, materials, shapes, planning, executing, shooting, pricing and finally…the finished product, furniture or some other designed object, was published every Tuesday on their Facebook page. All items on Piece Per Week are for sale. This reminds me a bit of Dominic Wilcox’s speed creating project.

PO Box 1-6
A chest of drawers with an old PO box fronts, walks on the thin line between public and domestic, and adds a vintage flavor to the home. Each chest is unique and is named after the numbers of it’s PO Boxes.

Like Lack
The appearance of one of IKEA’s most iconic products, the “Lack” table, seen from a new angle due to a simple manipulation. The filling material IKEA uses – a carton hive , is now exposed, transferred to the top of the table and reinforced by glass placed on it.

A new interpretation of the classic lampshade likened to princess Rapunzel from the fairy tales, the lampshade is adorned with long dangling tassels.

Piece Of Cake
A decorative layer cake, made out of different types of wood and epoxy topping.

Book Lamp
An iconic and minimalist hanging lamp for a book.

Hugs & Kisses
A pair of chests embracing drawers giving a feeling of warm and close hug

Hold On
A bench and chair made out of frames and pallets, geometrically locked into each other.

The traditional wooden embroidery hoop turns the uncompleted embroidery into an inseparable part of the stool.

Four abandoned chairs now have a warm roof over their heads.

Camel Light

Photos by Yoav Gurin.

Jaime Derringer, Founder + Executive Editor of Design Milk, is a Jersey girl living in SoCal. She dreams about funky, artistic jewelry + having enough free time to enjoy some of her favorite things—running, reading, making music, and drawing.