Bloom Baby Bloom

Bloom Baby Bloom

As parents or caregivers of babies, we always want them to be safe in our care. We also look for modern and stylish products that will blend in to our surroundings in our home. With Coco bloom, we get all that and much more. It is a design much different than old style baby loungers. Uniquely made from patented stylewood and plexistyle, this lounger is a little nest for your babe.

0 Designer: Bloom Design

Pierced Plastic Shelving

Pierced Plastic Shelving

In a unique design by designer Hunn Wai, the Wood X Plastic Shelf is a unique design all its’ own. Wood X is made from smoke colored plastic shelves and beech poles. Looking closely, Wood X is based on a concept of impaling the wooden poles into the plastic. How is this done? Well the plastic is heated up and holes are cut into it.

0 Designer: Hunn Wai

Hanger Table

Hanger Table

Although the designer denotes the Booksplay as a book hanger, one can see the design is better suited for magazines. There’s a slight Asian inspired design to the lines but the make screams modern. Perhaps the real treat here are the racks and sliding drawer – a way to display and keep older zines neatly tucked away.

0 Designer: Eol Lee

Stools Mess With Your Perception

Stools Mess With Your Perception

FIVE is a set of four stools that can be arranged together in different ways to create optical illusions. Their odd angle makes it look as if they’ll topple over but don’t worry, sitting on this won’t send your bum a-sliding. They’re also painted on 2 sides to create color blocks when arranged together to form a table, adding a different sense of dimension.

0 Designer: Anna Bullus

Monoform Series by David Adjaye

Monoform Series by David Adjaye

Taking inspiration from Africa and the time he has spent traveling there, David Adjaye launched his first pieces of furniture in Design Miami Exhibition.

David Adjaye’s Monoform series consists of four different objects.

0 Designer: David Adjaye

Pull Up a Pencil and Have a Seat

Pull Up a Pencil and Have a Seat

Office furniture used to be so boring and old-fashion, yet designers are incorporating a more modern touch to newer designs. This is a good thing; we all can create a better working environment for ourselves with these newer designs. One such design created by Boex 3D Creative Solutions is the Pencil Bench.

0 Designer: Boex Studio

Just a Façade

Just a Façade

Sometimes we look at things and they appear different than they really are. This is with all things in life- people and objects combined. These drawers designed by Na-Hee Park also depict something different than what we think we may be seeing. We look at these drawers and they appear to be those from a woman or man, containing intimate details of what they hold inside.

0 Designer: Na-Hee Park

Floating Storage

Floating Storage

We are always looking for extra space to store our things. It is important that we keep things nice and tidy without having piles of our stuff everywhere. It was always taught to us as children to not store things under bed, but we must organize and keep our living space clean and healthy. The designer of the Floating Drawer, with his design encourages storage under the bed.

0 Designer: Scott Sykora

The “Peel Away” Table

The “Peel Away” Table

The Vetro coffee table was designed to be a unique focal point to any room. Made with a modern feel and bright colors, the table gives the appearance that it has been peeled away from itself to create a storage shelf underneath. Made from semi-transparent layered acrylic with an inlay of chrome around the outer edges, the table will surely bring life to any room.

0 Designer: Michael Laut

Put A Knob On It

Put A Knob On It

Moving habits is an experimental installation where by knobs are placed on almost everything. Normal convention solicits us to pull on anything with a knob just we’ve been conditioned to do so. But what happens when pulling on a knob yields unexpected surprises?

0 Designer: Katrin Sonnleitner

Become One with Your Environment

Become One with Your Environment

The chair looks simple and quiet, yet if you notice, there is a planter that wants to connect with the chair. As the plant grows, it becomes one with the chair; A unity of good fortune. As the two unite, the owner of the chair continues to bring life to them by feeding them and giving them fresh air and light. A pot of fortune to last a lifetime.

0 Designer: Zhuo Wang

An Opening to Hidden Treasures

An Opening to Hidden Treasures

In a new concept by FurnID, “Dias” is a unique and one of a kind piece. It is a drawer system that works like no other. When admiring from a far, Dias appears to be a distinctive object claiming its space on the wall. With a face covered by two-toned pyramids and a top made into a flat surface.

0 Designer: Bo Strange

Rotating Recyclable Chair

Rotating Recyclable Chair

Chair 777 is a new concept by new and young design group, “Die Fabrik” which is German for “The Factory”. The Chair 777 is made of 100% recyclable cardboard. The chair can be rotated into three different positions, depending on the mood of the user – a lounge chair, stool and regular upright chair. At only 20KG, the Chair 777 is easily movable by using only one hand.

0 Designer: Stefan Hölldobler