Chair

A chair and a piece of art. They seem like quick sketches on a notebook but they are black steel chairs, designed by the Japanese studio Nendo, in exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery of London

Galeo by Raphaël Dutoit

15 Radical Redesigns For The TV Remote

Students at four top design schools were asked to serve up their ideas for the remote of the future.

Atelier NL › Polderceramics | 2008

"Drawn from Clay" by Polderceramics: Earth, Metal, Fire, Water & Air all in one. non ceramic spout, handle and lid

21 Minimalist Products That Might Turn You On More

21 Minimalist Products That Might Turn You On

The Triangle Notebook by Tan Mavitan. I made a triangle notebook the other day, but it wasn't nearly this snazzy looking

Hannes Grebin - I want to sit in this chair so I can see if it's as uncomfortable/awkward as it looks

Hippy-Chic Furniture

German designer Hannes Grebin has created a range of living room furniture based on German domestic decor. He describes the pieces as "living sculptures, which puts the traditional views about comfort and taste into question.

osar ♥ laser-cut models

Olafur Eliasson (artist) This is an architecture book with more descriptive power than words alone could possible achieve. The book consists of 454 pages each laser-cut to produce a section representing of the artists actual house in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Stonestove | Dick van Hoff The robust but amiable Stonestove is a modern translation of a traditional heating concept: The ingenious Corten® steel interior is covered by refractory concrete elements, that accumulate, store and gradually emit it the heat of the fire. When you choose to have this stove in your home, you are making a clear-cut decision. It’s always there, like a large domestic pet, never in the background. It’s a choice about how you want to live your life.

Stonestove | Dick van Hoff The robust but amiable Stonestove is a modern translation of a traditional heating concept: The ingenious Corten® steel interior is covered by refractory concrete elements, that accumulate, store and gradually emit it the heat of the fire. When you choose to have this stove in your home, you are making a clear-cut decision. It’s always there, like a large domestic pet, never in the background. It’s a choice about how you want to live your life.

Moroso Take a Line For a Walk by Alfredo Häberli in 2003 in upholstery textile Waterborn. Waterborn is a groundbreaking sustainable microfibre textile designed by Aggebo & Henriksen, which makes much less of an impact on the environment than conventionally produced microfibre fabrics.

Moroso Take a Line For a Walk by Alfredo Häberli in 2003 in upholstery textile Waterborn. Waterborn is a groundbreaking sustainable microfibre textile designed by Aggebo & Henriksen, which makes much less of an impact on the environment than conventional

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