Shelves of a Feather Flock Together

Shelves of a Feather Flock Together

Peliships earn their namesake from two nautical inspirations: water vessels and pelicans. Each of these wall mounted ledges take the form of a ship’s hull, but together they’re reminiscent of a flock of birds carrying your favorite things! Available in 3 sizes, in either maple or walnut, their subtle nautical aesthetic is the perfect compliment to the beach house or seaside studio. Get ‘em here!

0 Designer: David Hsu

Forget the Beanbag, Meet the Greenbag!

Forget the Beanbag, Meet the Greenbag!

The PP Capsule is a distant relative of the beanbag chair that is composed entirely of post-consumer materials. The lightweight yet durable outer later is made with recycled polyester, the most sustainable synthetic fiber on the market. As for the inside, each capsule uses 4000 standard PP plastic bottle caps chopped into small pieces before filling the chair. Best of all, this eco-concious design can be produced by local enterprises, seamstresses, & craftsman by using 2 materials that are found worldwide!

0 Designer: KaCaMa Design Lab

Modern Sacred Shelving

Modern Sacred Shelving

The Noma Shelf is a statement on habitual consumption, reminding us of the things we already own, while accommodating the new. Based on the traditional Japanese tokonoma, the shelf is sized for displaying small artistic objects. However, if you slide the shelf away from the wall, a stretchy lycra pouch is revealed for storing cherished items and trinkets. The pouch grows as items are added, so the form is completely dictated by the contents and quietly reminds us of our accumulation as it swells!

0 Designer: Zak Stratfold

Fun Foam Furniture!

Fun Foam Furniture!

Bend it, fold it, use it as a pretend shield, use it as a pool floatie, throw it, flex it, fly it… then sit and relax! It’s the Aepe Chair and it’s the most sensible seating solution for kids! The durable foam design is built to last through endless amounts of playtime. Better yet, it comes flat-packed, ready to fold into position. So easy, kids of any age can help fold it into shape! Watch the vid to see it from a kid’s point of view! 

0 Designer: Roman Bentley

Like Bread and Butter

Like Bread and Butter

Wood and steel just go together! The Composite Stool earns its name from the marriage of these two elements that form its simplistic yet stylish construction. Plasma cut 4mm mild steel is pressed into shape and powder coated to form the top, while sapele or silver beech wood is machined and assembled by hand to form the legs. The result is so sleek you’d never guess they were handmade in designer Andrew Cassels’ very own garage! Get em’ here!

0 Designer: Andrew Cassels

AirChair

AirChair

Inspired by the framework of the the very first experimental aircraft, the Air Chair’s triangular steel structure is at once reminiscent of flyers of the past and modernly minimal. Faceted planes compose the seat and back for an aerodynamic aesthetic that also excels in comfort. Even more interesting, every section of the design has also been proportioned to the “golden ratio” for aesthetic appeal.

0 Designer: Federico Mauro Costa

Goose Down & Quilted Sofa

Goose Down & Quilted Sofa

Brilliant! I absolutely adore this big, cushy, comfy, plushy sofa from Gervasoni. The Nuvola collection consists of a lounge chair and sofa from a multilayer and solid wood frame, upholstered with differentiated density polyurethane foam covered by a goose down and polyester fibre quilting. All this and the covers are removable for easy washing.

0 Designer: Gervasoni

Jony Ive & Marc Newson Team Up for (RED)

Jony Ive & Marc Newson Team Up for (RED)

Iconic designers Jony Ive and Marc Newson aren’t two names I expect to see together on the same by-line but there they are on a one-of-a-kind desk machined from a single piece of aluminum. It almost seems like the perfect marriage – Newson’s typical swoopy/curvy lines in lieu of anything sharp in one of Ive’s favorite materials. The eye-popping table top grabs most of the attention with its oversized cellular surface pattern.

0 Designers: Jony Ive & Marc Newson  Built by: Neal Feay

Shelf Conscious

Shelf Conscious

Elemotions Triabook shelving system is stripped to the bare-essentials without sacrificing original style. The 3-shelf design fuses artisanal leather tooling with raw wood for a custom, textural look. From the shabby chic apartment to urban loft, its go-flat functionality makes it a must have for dwellings with limited space.

0 Designer: Elemotions

Teeter Totter Twin Bench

Teeter Totter Twin Bench

The core of this seating design lies in its legs! The Twin Bench has a playful, interactive character… is simple and easy to assemble… and flat pack ready. All this and it’s composed of just 3 elements! Carefully placed cut-outs in the top make it possible for the interchangeable legs to be switched from the ends to the middle, transforming a standard bench into a seesaw for two!

0 Designer: Andrea Rekalidis

Tangible Sounds of the City

Tangible Sounds of the City

One word best describes the latest design from Estudio Guto Requena – LOUD! The Noize Chair is the result of a sound experiment where recorded noise from the streets of the designer’s native São Paulo, Brazil were digitally applied to the form of a classic chair before being 3D printed. In a sense, the city’s voices and suburban noise are relived in both the design process and with every look at this creative concept! Check out the video to learn more about the process.

0 Designer: Estudio Guto Requena & META-D

Get To the Point

Get To the Point

Frederic Rätsch’s “mio.sidetable” stems from the designer’s belief that home furnishings can be reduced to the bare minimum without sacrificing personality that makes them not just an everyday household item, but a piece to be cherished for a lifetime. You’ll only find 3 legs on this minimal table, one of which has a curious red point that’s sure to spark your imagination!

0 Designer: Frederic Julian Rätsch

Impossible Joint

Impossible Joint

At the intersection of traditional handicraft and modern design, the TER table and stool look to Japanese joinery to achieve aesthetically puzzling, minimal construction; all without the use of glue, nails, or screws. Each is composed of just nine pieces which are held together with the weight and pressure of the top plate. With the top in place, the design is sturdy and rigid. Remove it and the table and stool are flat pack ready!

0 Designer: Christian Ferrara