Twin Bookshelf by Zeynep Cinisli

Twin Bookshelf by Zeynep Cinisli

Twin is a bookshelf representing the two sides of Istanbul, Asian and European, and the bridges connecting them. It compares this connection with the relation of twins. The bookshelf is a cabinet when closed, when it is pulled to sides, the shelves representing the bridges become apparent. Via the selves with rails the Twin becomes dynamic.

0 Designer: Zeynep Cinisli

Narcissistic Frames by Marina Bautier

Narcissistic Frames by Marina Bautier

This set counterbalances the narcissistic characteristic of a mirror by superposing them with wooden frames. When we take our keys and gloves just before going out, our reflection is melting partially into a still nature in constant evolution. Between presence and image, a multi functional set whose minimalist plasticity contrasts with the dynamism of the life which it reflects.

0 Designer: Marina Bautier

Hood Chair by Broberg Ridderstrale

Hood Chair by Broberg Ridderstrale

This chair originates from a workshop with the Campana brothers in 2003. The theme was “containment” and “constructing from deconstruction”. Furniture often take new shapes when they are being used. The user can, for example, alter the appearance of a chair by laying his/her coat over the seat and there by quietly stating “taken”.

0 Designer: Broberg Ridderstrale

Origami Table Easy to Assemble by Anthony Dickens & Tony Wilson

Origami Table Easy to Assemble by Anthony Dickens & Tony Wilson

The Origami table is a unique patented system. You’ll find other glass top tripod tables on the market, but none with an efficient flat-packed frame which works without fixing. The structure is so clever and simple that the manufacturing only needs two steps; stamp and bend. And that’s the secret behind why the Origami tables are such good value.

0 Designer: Anthony Dickens & Tony Wilson

Fallen Angel Cocktail Glass by Adam Pockette

Fallen Angel Cocktail Glass by Adam Pockette

Cocktail glass designed for Bombay Sapphire Design Competition. The base of the cocktail glass is solid blue glass with a “dagger like” piece of silver which would go through it. The top part of the glass would then be melted to the piece of silver giving it a delicately, elegant appeal.

0 Designer: Adam Pockette

Ideal Kitchen - Mobile & Flexible by Holm Giessler & Sandra Leufgen

Ideal Kitchen – Mobile & Flexible by Holm Giessler & Sandra Leufgen

As a barrier-free, mobile and flexible kitchen, the Ideal Kitchen, with its L-shaped countertop, offers a high degree of design freedom and a very high level of design, in the opinion of the jurors. The countertop is suspended from the wall, so that it can be set at any height.

0 Designer: Holm Giessler & Sandra Leufgen

Mosquito Chair by Michael Bihain

Mosquito Chair by Michael Bihain

Mosquito is the result of a reflexion relating to the humanism and the autonomy of the piece of furniture. A first gesture towards the `not furniture’. The answer takes to the form an alive being. A chair autonomous, obvious, readily agreeing to play the part of comfortable chair. The Mosquito chair is carried out starting from one only bent timber sheet.

0 Designer: Michael Bihain

Zygo Teapot by Shaun Redsar

Zygo Teapot by Shaun Redsar

Drinking tea is a special time. Unlike coffee, where things are rushed at a breakneck speed, drinking tea is a time of introspection, and meditation. It is personal, spiritual and ceremonial. The Zygo teapot draws on these qualities to enhance the tea experience. The delicate yet sturdy ceramic frame embraces the stainless steel sphere in an engaging juxtaposition of form, surface, and material.

0 Designer: Shaun Redsar

BloomStone - Endless Stone Surface by Demakersvan

BloomStone – Endless Stone Surface by Demakersvan

The stone floor is cut in a way that the seams create patterns. In this way it is possible to have an endless stone surface without tiles, or to have decorative interruptions in a tile floor. By using certain natural stone types, decorative parts can be highlighted by a traditional technique used during finishing the floor.

0 Designer: Demakersvan

Salone Del Mobile Preview Part 2

Salone Del Mobile Preview Part 2

Just last week we provided you with a preview to the highly anticipated, not to mention comprehensive, Salone Internazionale del Mobile, one of the world’s most revered furniture and design shows. This week we’ve put together a preview of Turkish Design that will be exhibited at the Salone del Mobile which will run from April 18 to 23.

0 Source: ILK

Flavor Paper Wallcoverings

Flavor Paper Wallcoverings

Flavor Paper produces unique contemporary and custom hand screened wallcoverings that adds a burst of flavor to any environment. Located in the Bywater District of New Orleans, each roll of Flavor Paper is hand printed to order facilitating customization. Whether you are interested in one of their own designs or custom colors, logos or patterns, they can make your wallcovering dreams a reality.

0 Design: Flavor Paper

All In One Kitchen by Sebastien Poupeau

All In One Kitchen by Sebastien Poupeau

Open-space all in one kitchen is where the cooker and guests are invited to meet together. The main work top, which is height-adjustable, includes a food cutting area. In front of this is a digital screen enabling the cooker to pilot the equipment, listen to music or access to the web to find recipes for instance. This ‘multi-screen’ is extended by a dining surface.

0 Designer: Sebastien Poupeau

Toilet Pages by Jan Ctvrtnik

Toilet Pages by Jan Ctvrtnik

Toilet Pages is a reaction to the problem with wet and dirty toilet seats. Everyone is familiar with this situation. You are on the school or work simply public toilet, and the toilet seat is wet or dirty. You don’t want to sit on it! You don’t want to touch it! But you have to. The Toilet Pages solve and comment this situation. Why use public seat when you can have your own

0 Designer: Jan Ctvrtnik