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product|added Dec 01, 2012 0 rating 3 / 5  |  13874 votes

ekran shades

 

ekran is a eyepiece designed for stylish people.

Designer: Antonio Celestino (Brazil)
Inspired By: LED panels
Material: Policarbonate
Colours: Multiple variations, choose the one that fits you best.
Dimension: 135x45x130 mm

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product|added Dec 01, 2012 0 rating 2.99 / 5  |  14058 votes

workegg

 

concept design, new vision of the stool the egg of arne jacobsen. this is a object for relax, working, learning, playing. With technological sound and vision system.

Designer: efeene design (Spain)
Inspired By: the egg of Arne Jacobsen
Material: polimerics, plastics, leathers, metal
Colours: white and egg yellow

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product|added Nov 30, 2012 0 rating 3 / 5  |  17529 votes

The Swing Chair

 

The Swing Chair was shown for the first time this month in Turin during the WABI SABI show. The Swing Chair comes from Antonio’s Aricò research on characters and personalities generally hidden in products. The Swing Chair brings indoor a romantic situation, an outdoor feeling that usually makes us want to dream, relax and play. Being inside, the Swing Chair becomes a domestic ‘puppet’.

Designer: Antonio Aricò

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product|added Nov 30, 2012 0 rating 2.99 / 5  |  13213 votes

Mal1956

 

Mal’s first product is inspired by an icon from the ’50s. The chair and stool are designed for the domestic outdoors and are available in various fresh colors.
The Mal 1956 is a plastic (PE), rotational molded product, which is extremely suited for outdoor use. The chair has an ergonomic design. It is solid but it is very comfortable.
It has been designed with a subtle drainage system to prevent stagnant water from collecting in the seat.

Designer: Bob Copray and Niels Wildenberg (Netherlands)
Manufacturer: Mal (Netherlands)
Inspired By: The icon's from the 50's
Material: Polyethylene
Colours: Orange - Blue - Red - Brown - White - Grey - Black
Dimension: high 86cm, wide 70cm ,long 90cm
Price: 898,- euro

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news|added Nov 30, 2012

QLOCKTWO W

QLOCKTWO W does not show the time with hands or digits. Time is indicated on this purist watch as readable text, turning it into a statement: “It is half past twelve”. The square watch face has a uniform grid of 110 letters. When the stainless steel button is pressed, words light up in unexpected places which describe the time. The initially random order of the characters lends this wristwatch a mysterious aesthetic. “QLOCKTWO W makes you aware of the moment. Showing the time becomes an interesting experience for the owner,” explains Andreas Funk from the design duo Biegert & Funk.

In a square there is a grid of 110 letters. When the stainless steel button is pressed, words light up in unexpected places which describe the time. Whenever you look at your QLOCKTWO W it is a new experience.

The high-quality brushed stainless steel case measures 35 x 35 mm. The watch is available with a 24 mm leather strap.

QLOCKTWO W shows next to the time also the calendar date or even the seconds.

QLOCKTWO W is available from autumn/winter 2012 in the versions polished, brushed or black stainless steel respectively in the languages German, English and French.

 

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product|added Nov 29, 2012 0 rating 3 / 5  |  14169 votes

HAMBURGS KREATIVE 2013

 

The yearbook »HAMBURGS KREATIVE« is now launched with the redesigned edition for 2013. At almost 400 pages the Norman Beckmann Verlag presents again an illustrious collection of self-portraits from agencies (advertising, design, digital), freelancers, photographers, illustrators and additional service companies from Hamburg – this time in a 4-colors special edition with silkscreen and a relief varnishing on the cover.

Designer: Katja Knoblich, Norman Beckmann (Germany)
Manufacturer: NBVD (Germany)
Material: Calibri, BVS
Colours: 4 color variants (blue, green, lilac, old gold)
Dimension: 384 pages
Price: 24,90 EURO

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product|added Nov 28, 2012 0 rating 3 / 5  |  15308 votes

DAMI AND DAMAKI

 

A furniture with integrated storage , for example for a jacket or a bag. It is made of thin steel bars which construct its basic form. Rubber straps coil and wrap around the steel bars. The use of rubber straps, not common materials for stools or chairs, not only creates an impressively stable seat, but also provides special comfort and allows for convenient and easy storage of a jacket or a bag.

Designer: Dahm Lee (Korea, South)
Material: steel bars / rubber straps
Colours: blue, red / orange , olive
Dimension: 38 x 38 x 80cm / 38 x 38 x 45cm

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product|added Nov 28, 2012 0 rating 2.99 / 5  |  12744 votes

nami

 

This is cutlery Wrest where the chopsticks putting and the spoon fork putting that the usage changes if the top and bottom is returned are had both. It adjusts to a Japanese food, an European food, a creation dish, and various styles.The lacquer ware used as a tool from before to daily life is designed as a tool of the present-day life.

Designer: Kenichiro Oomori (Japan)
Manufacturer: ETORI (Japan)
Material: wood, Urushi(Japan)
Colours: black
Dimension: w80h18d20

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product|added Nov 28, 2012 0 rating 2.99 / 5  |  12322 votes

El Sombrero table

 

El Sombrero is a coffee-table designed for Curti Metallo. The purity of form and proportion studied in detail make it an ironic object of desire. Research on the composition and the simple modular construction allows installation in three moves and four screws.
For the iconic character and strong identity, EL SOMBRERO is suitable to house both in contract contexts. The multiplication of parts make it a spectacular complement to furnish the lobby of hotels, showrooms, offices and lounges

Designer: Studio 06 (Italy)
Manufacturer: Curti Metallo (Italy)
Material: steel
Colours: white with red or yellow
Dimension: Ø 90 cm H 48 cm

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product|added Nov 27, 2012 3 rating 3 / 5  |  18537 votes

2 x 4

 

This pendant light is made from a simple 2x4, whitewashed to make it slightly more precious. Suspended by mono filament, it appears to float. An LED strip is hidden by a frosted glass lens. And a decorative red cord loosely stretches to the ceiling.

Designer: Alexandra Burr (United States)

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