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alain gilles juxtaposes fake materials in mirror collection for deknudt

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taking on the idea of understanding, the items showcase the addition of either a perforated metal or a wooden texture.

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elizabeth lee develops ethereal digital interlude jewellery collection

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the collection draws upon the term ‘bokeh’ – an aesthetic blurry quality rendered in a photographic display where parts of the image remain out of focus in response to light.

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Afteroom updates collection of tubular steel furniture for Menu

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Milan 2016: Stockholm design studio Afteroom‘s Family benches for Danish brand Menu feature tables that branch from the frames on powder-coated steel rods.

Afteroom for Menu

The Family bench pairs an oblong padded leather seat with a small circular marble tabletop, that’s held on a slender metal arm that extends out from the furniture at a right angle.

The seating is described by the studio as “a tribute to Bauhaus”, using a minimal amount of material and “enhancing the aesthetic appearance to a maximum”.

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“This interconnected tray and bench was born with the simple life in mind: it can be used in hallways, cafes or any other public spaces,” said Afteroom.

The collection’s tables echo the shape of the bench, featuring similarly slim tubular steel legs and round lacquered tops. The furniture is designed for public spaces such as bars and restaurants, and was created to be light and easy to move around.

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The pieces are available in either black or white, and come as taller bar-table versions, or shorter cafe-style designs.



The studio has also designed matching three-legged chairs, originally created in 2012 and released by Menu in 2014. The designs feature small oblong backs held on bent metal tubes, which extend out from underneath the seat.

Afteroom for Menu

The entire Family collection will be shown at this year’s Salone del Mobile furniture fair, which takes place in Milan from 12 to 17 April 2016.

In 2014, Afteroom partnered with Menu on a coat hook, lounge chair and bar stool in a similar style, described by the studio as “Bauhaus Modernism”.

Afteroom for Menu

The brand has also worked with Rotterdam studio WM on a pair of chairs with contrasting wire lattice backs, and with Note Design and Norm Architects on a collection of patchwork marble tables.


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christo logan debuts two.parts ceramic lighting collection

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the pendant lights are manufactured in ceramic with the aid of 3D printing, allowing for complex, hollow structures with additional internal infrastructure.

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zanocchi & starke design easy-to-assemble frida collection

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frida is a concept of disassembled and customizable furniture, designed to perfectly fit into any space or situation.

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derlot edition releases modular crescent furniture collection

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the series includes seating, tables, and accessories, and is ideal for varied commercial and residential spaces, with countless possibilities for personalization.

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ceren dabag recreates overwhelming big city feelings in LOCK collection

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LOCK is a collection of wearable objects designed as a symbol of blockages we all have in today’s modern world.

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lorena dähler explores regional stone-pigments in cuntrada collection

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the locally-produced vessels can function as bowls, vases, etc, and come with a stamped brass plate to cover or otherwise adapt.

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uchida shanghai releases minimal bamboo furniture collection

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uchida shanghai hopes to challenge bamboo-based design, and provide users with objects that are both modern and nostalgic.

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jorge diego etienne conceives mesh collection for ofimodul

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driven by the desire to lighten the design elements of rest furniture, the mesh collection by jorge diego etienne presents a new take on office furniture.

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upper collection by adolini+simonini associati for white ceramic

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an integrated washbasin-shelf that can be either wall-hung or placed on a free-standing metal structure, upper is one of four designs by the studio for white ceramic.

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elleke van gorsel crafts 3D printed delft blue jewelry collection

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the full line consists of earrings, rings, ear pins, pendants, bow-ties, and hair accessories, all paired with various handcrafted chains and backings.

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jinsik kim merges stone and stainless steel for half half collection

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intended for use as either a table or stool, highly-mirrored stainless steel contrasts and reflects against the natural elegance of various kinds of stone.

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DZHUS resuscitates Totalitarian aesthetic for Autumn Winter 2015 fashion collection

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Folded felt garments in this austere fashion collection by Ukrainian brand DZHUS reference the aesthetics of 20th-century Totalitarianism (+ slideshow).

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The brand’s founder Irina Dzhus based her Totalitarium collection for Autumn Winter 2015 on styles associated with the Totalitarian political regimes of Germany, Italy and the Soviet Union between the first and second world war.

DZHUS AW15 Collection

During these regimes, the state attempted controlled all aspects of society and discouraged the expression of personal identity.

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Dhzus’ collection features an somber palette of black and grey, and is made with materials typical of the era’s functional garments such as knitted and felted wool, and heavy cotton used to make worker’s overalls.

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Straight silhouettes and angular shoulders are designed to mimic the monumental structures commissioned by leaders of the regimes, while the textured grey fabrics evoke the concrete used to build them.



“Terrific palaces and awe-inspiring monuments of the époque are haunted with the solemn spirit of industrialisation,” said Dzhus. “The utopian ideology glorifies an image of the working-class heroine, so stern and so pure.”

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Some of the garments appear almost armour-like, while others are reminiscent of ritualistic robes.

DZHUS AW15 Collection

Back panels of tops extend up to form pointed hoods, some of which are attached using bands that wrap around the chin.

DZHUS AW15 Collection

Folded sections of fabric create sharp pleats over one shoulder and down the back of an ankle-length dress.

DZHUS AW15 Collection

The pleats on the front of a shorter dress are staggered inward to look like architectural motifs.

DZHUS AW15 Collection

“The geometrical pleats interpret architectural elements of Constructivism and Totalitaristic Classicism,” said Dzhus, whose Autumn Winter 2013 collection comprised angular textured garments accessorised with concrete cuffs.

DZHUS AW15 Collection

Hems are left purposefully unfinished, while black piping is used to highlight some of the seams.

DZHUS AW15 Collection

“Special finishing, such as raw hems and exposed seam allowances, some piped with elastic, accentuates the technological nature of the designs,” said Dzhus.

Photography is by Olga Nepravda.


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design fabrika revitalizes metal garbage containers in bins collection

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by repurposing steel garbage bins into furniture, design fabrika adds a rugged industrial touch for both indoor and outdoor settings.

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yabu pushelberg debuts updated BLINK collection at clerkenwell design week

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visitors to the festival will be able to view and enjoy pieces from the collection, which now features a light, fun palette of coral and grey.

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Sancal’s 2015 collection includes furniture that pieces together like a puzzle

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Dezeen advertising: Spanish layout organization Sancal has launched its latest furnishings range, which characteristics tessellating chairs and tables developed by Valencian studio Yonoh (+ slideshow).

Sancal Majestic Collection Mosaico by Yonoh

Yonoh founders Clara de Portillo and Alex Selma took inspiration from their residence town of Valencia for the occasional tables and seating answers in the Mosaico assortment.

Sancal Majestic Collection Mosaico by Yonoh

Explained by the designers as a “puzzle with a lot more than one resolution”, the items are supposed to adapt to diverse spatial constraints.

Hexagonal, sq. and rounded frames created from ash type the foundation of the assortment. Marble or picket surfaces can be equipped on leading for the tables, even though upholstered seat cushions with optional backs create small sofas.

Sancal Majestic Collection Mosaico by Yonoh

The tessellating shapes let each and every piece of home furniture to be positioned jointly in any configuration.

This is the second time Sancal has collaborated with Yonoh, getting earlier developed a range of chairs and sofas named Sumo.



Mosiaco kinds element of Sancal’s new Majestic Assortment, described by them as “a tongue-in-cheek look at majesty by utilizing the profusion of decorative variations from other intervals,” making the result an “intentionally impossible, almost surreal, scenography, a palace-like atmosphere adorned with objects that are certainly untrue.”

Sancal Majestic Collection Mosaico by Yonoh

Swedish studio Be aware, French designers BrichetZiegler and Rafa García – who earlier designed the Nap sofa mattress for Sancal in 2014 – have also contributed to the brand’s 2015 Majestic Selection.

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Mosaico at Salone del Mobile 2015

The patterns had been offered at Milan’s Salone del Cell furnishings honest before this thirty day period. For a lot more info about the items, go to the Sancal website.

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The Majestic Assortment

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Sancal has the satisfaction to present our latest creations. The Majestic Collection is a tongue-in-cheek appear at majesty utilizing the profusion of decorative types from other periods, reviving sensations via the cautious curation of components and forms.

Our intuition advised us that it was higher time we revealed our sophisticated facet, but how could we conserve the humour and refreshing layout that defines us?

Sancal Majestic Collection Mosaico by Yonoh

The consequence is an intentionally impossible, nearly surreal, scenography: a palace-like atmosphere that is impressed by the historical “golden ratio”, decorated with objects that are certainly fake. A chic, revolutionary appear, far from the staid perpetual reproduction of the past that is so often pushed as sophisticated.

Jokes aside, this is a significant, refined selection. The wealthy use of materials is as essential to us as the lines of the parts by themselves. Comfortable velvet, the scent of leather-based, the element of marquetry and the glow of metallic colours like copper or silver breathe daily life into the selection.

Sancal Majestic Collection Mosaico by Yonoh

As if enchanted, the goods every single have their possess personality: the mini armchair Tonella, by the Swedish design studio Note, pays tribute to one of Sancal’s initial parts Yonoh’s Mosaico occasional desk and seating program allows a seemingly infinite amount of compositions The Vichy eating desk by French designers BrichetZiegler offers its full spread of marquetry. Although, with no a question, the star of the present is the Tiptoe couch – by 1 of Sancal’s favourite designers Rafa García – suspended on slender legs. The Collar and Nudo chairs have also experienced new pieces additional to their families.

Mosaico

A puzzle with much more than one answer.

With each other with the style studio Yonoh, Sancal offers a special software of occasional tables and seating remedies. Clara and Alex are both from Valencia, a Spanish metropolis renowned for its ceramic tiles, so it appears only fitting that this supplied the inspiration for the piece.

Mosaico is a puzzle that can be utilised to resolve a assortment of diverse spatial constraints. The bases are produced of ash and are available in five measurements on which marble or wood tops can be equipped as nicely as upholstered seat cushions. The optional backs enable the parts to be transformed into mini-sofas.

Sancal Majestic Collection Mosaico by Yonoh

The hexagonal piece enables, amongst other possibilities, the creation of compositions that make shut loops. The corner angle provides an element of sinuosity to the layout with its curved facet.

Clara de Portillo and Alex Selma are Yonoh, a youthful upcoming style studio from Valencia in Spain that is presently on the lips of absolutely everyone. They can really feel proud of the gorgeous lamps for Fambuena and their award-profitable Ombra parasol as properly as their creations for Lzf-lamps. Soon after the achievement of the Sumo chairs and sofas with Sancal they have returned with the Mosaico desk and seating technique.

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zaha hadid’s marble citco collection presented at salone del mobile

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comprising vases and tables, the numerous merchandise demonstrate hadid’s control of daring, fluid varieties, continuing her longstanding collaboration with the italian organization.

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bina baitels OLED recto-verso lamp collection at milan design week 2015

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the free of charge-standing lamps permit consumers to produce different lights atmospheres with reversible OLED engineering: ‘recto-verso’ assortment will be introduced at france design in the course of milan layout week 2015.

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ronan & erwan bouroullec expand officina collection for magis with chair + stool

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on the celebration of milan style week 2015, ronan &#038 erwan bouroullec grow on their current officina selection for magis with the style of a chair and stool.

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