We head back to 100% Design for Part 2 of the inspirations and making stories behind some of our favorite designs.
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A sculptural, wave-like bench that was inspired by the landscape.
Two-dimensional "paintings" become actual seats you can sit in.
We asked our favorite designers at 100% Design to tell us about the inspiration behind, and the making of, their products.
We go in depth in an interview with Alex Mueller, a new designer that can't be ignored.
A compact folding stool for extra seating on the fly with a unique built-in handle.
A curvy outdoor chair made from one continuously looped, ribbon-like band.
Modern chairs featuring complex tapestries of woven textiles that make for original style and structure.
A look inside the factory to see how Arne Jacobsen's Series 7 Chairs are made.
A collaboration with Tent London, BRINK, showed a curated collection of work by 2013's design graduates.
Two handcrafted, solid wood designs from designer Philipp Von Hase.
A dual seating bench that allows you to change perspective with a simple change.
Tent London is always a crowd favorite at London Design Festival and this year was no exception.
An exhibition that celebrates young Polish designers proves that we need to take a second look at Poland.
Furniture held up by screws - not joined by them.
A trio of pink sculptural tree-like floor lamps for the outdoors.