Wrench Open The Door

Wrench Open The Door

What do you do when your door handle gives way? Grab a wrench and try and open the door using it? Bingo! The same idea is being applied to the Wrench Handle; the only difference is that it’s a gilded, up-scaled version rather than a makeshift quick-fix.

0 Designer: Tirdad Kiamanesh

Enlightened Door

Enlightened Door

The very stylish ORB Door Handle can be used in diverse scenarios thanks to the integrated LED light ring. For a bathroom door handle, a lit-up ring can indicate the room is busy. For a hotel room door it can signify DND and for the children’s room it can be the nightlight!

0 Designer: Michael Samoriz for Umbra-design

Sensual Interior Design: The Shade Club

Sensual Interior Design: The Shade Club

SquareONE’s latest renovation, located in the basement of a residential building in the center of Bucharest, was once home to some of  the most successful and downright sexy clubs of the 90s, some of which carried a notorious and even dark past. After 5 years of vacancy the Shade Club has opened its doors to reveal a sultry modern design that reflects the scandalous history of the venue.

0 Designer: SquareONE

Crafty Ceilings

Crafty Ceilings

Gotta love the craftsmanship of this woodwork! Los Tres Juanes’ dedication to the perfection of their signature woodwork shines in their Mudejar art inspired coffered ceilings. The dominant characteristics of the art emerge conspicuously in the ornamental panels which form a series of geometrical shapes made of finely intertwined wood. The intricate pieces are unsurpassed in sophistication but the design team has maximized time efficiency while maintaining attention to detail by streamlining their custom production process.

0 Designer: Los Tres Juanes

I'd Kill for this Office

I’d Kill for this Office

Industrial/product design consultants No Picnic have outdone themselves with their new office/studio in downtown Stockholm. Enjoying the highest level of historical protection, the 19th century buildings required that architect Elding Oscarson be super meticulous about conservation, even down to each new screw hole. The result is a 21st century office with bright and creative interior design that also displays the structural materials of the building while owning its unique imperfections.

0 Designer: Elding Oscarson for No Picnic

Reflective Yacht Interior

Reflective Yacht Interior

Combining fluid contours and reflective, polished surfaces, this concept yacht interior by designer Adelina Popescu reflects the natural beauty in the shapes and textures of the ocean environment. Aquatic blue reflects in glossy finishes adding to the oceanic theme, while creative use of embedded linear LED lighting highlights the overall space while providing relief from the wavy interior.

0 Designer: Adelina Popescu

Origami Shade

Origami Shade

The Miura Ori screen is a lightweight, sturdy, and systematically textured window covering that utilizes the genius rigid origami Miura folding process to achieve it’s functional & elegant form. A Miura fold can be packed into an area no larger than one of the segments that make up the overall shape & it’s thickness is only restricted by the thickness of the folded material thereby reducing it’s overall weight & complexity. The user can “scrunch,” if you will, a desired section for an attractive pulled-back style or collapse the shade to make it all but disappear.

0 Designer: Lim Ruiwen

Inspired by Fire

Inspired by Fire

When an accidental fire wiped out the greater part of this Parisian loft, the owner of 10 years didn’t get down… he got inspired. Designer Frederic Flanquart accepted the challenge of redefining what was left of the existing elements into what you see now: a creative, open, and inviting space. While the lines are sometimes geometrically irregular, the utilization of natural light is anything but random, and each, in their own respect, helps highlight every detail of the loft.

0 Designer: Frederic Flanquart

Enlighten Chair

Enlighten Chair

You don’t need to sit under the Bodhi Tree to attain enlightenment. Sitting on the Hidden Lights Chair may suffice. It provides you more than the proverbial halo, so be sure you make the most of it. A simple swing of the frame makes all the difference between darkness and light! So choose your reading material carefully!

0 Designer: Giha Woo

Eco-Decor

Eco-Decor

These wall covering panels by WallArt are made out of bagasse, the fibrous residue of sugarcane, making them 100% recycled, compostable, and completely biodegradable. Every year more than 1 billion metric tons of sugarcane are collected for raw sugar. With up to 3 harvests per year, it is one of the most renewable sources available. The first to introduce this technology to the wall-decor market, WallArt provides an eco-friendly 3d effect that’s sure to sweeten any space.

0 Maker: WallArt

Rolling Bookshelf

Rolling Bookshelf

The Patatras is a new way to store books – a wheel of knowledge if you will. Made of expanded polypropylene in a range of colors, each one contains cells for which you put books in. It’s actually not that large. At only 122 cm in diameter, you won’t need to worry about it accidentally rolling over the family cat.

0 Designer: Michaël Bihain

Home Farming Can Look So Trendy!

Home Farming Can Look So Trendy!

You can mistake Éva as a modern decorative piece for restaurants, but it’s a trendy, hi-tech composter. It blends in beautifully with any interior and does a magnificent job of recycling wasted organic matter. A part of the waste is used for cultivating and maintaining a green patch and the rest is used to produce methane. I love the way it integrates and becomes a self-contained biosphere!

0 Designer: François Hurtaud

Chair Inside A Chair

Chair Inside A Chair

I’m not so keen on the Pull & Pushi’s design but the idea that a chair can be pulled out of smaller chair to give you a wider chair and side table is intriguing. It’s a great space saving idea and continues to explore compact furniture with multiple functions and dare I say, personalities?

0 Designer: Flavio Scalzo