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duffy london replicates the ocean depths with the abyss dining table

following the popularity of its abyss range that began with a coffee table, duffy london expands the collection with the introduction of a dining table. crafted from glass and high grade wood from forest stewardship council managed forests, the dynamic object is a conversation piece as much as a functional one. the arrangement of multiple layers of stacked glass and slices of compiled wood replicates the dramatic depths of an indigo ocean, creating a geological cross-section as mesmerizing as Read more […]

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Functional Shelves and Tables Built From Fallen South American Trees

Artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz allows natural form to dictate his furniture design, building shelves and tables that conform to the tree structures that inspire his work. Highlighting the tree’s shape as focal point, Errazuriz keeps his designs simple, placing only thin panes of glass to add the functionality needed for shelves or tabletops. The trees he incorporates into his designs are sourced from forests in South America, readapting their fallen branches while keeping the integrity Read more […]

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Cut Travertine Marble and Resin Merge to Create ‘Lagoon’ Tables

Designer Alexandre Chapelin of LA Table designed this intriguing series of three tables he refers to as Lagoon Tables. Each table is formed from a carved travertine base to which he adheres a special resin that forms volumes of water that appear to slice through each piece. The tables are undoubtedly influenced by Chapelin’s immediate surroundings on the small Caribbean island of Saint Martin where his studio is based. You can see more of his work here. (via Colossal Submissions) Read more […]

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Loom Collection by H: Inspired by Mexican Tradition

Loom Collection by H: Inspired by Mexican Tradition H launched its newest, the Loom Collection at Designjuction during The London Design Festival 2014. The Loom Collection is a distinctive seating range inspired by a manual belt-making loom, typical to the city of Oaxaca, Mexico. The seating collection consists of the Loom Chair and Loom Stool. Both starting with a wooden structure available in a choice of solid natural woods and paying homage to the ancient folk art of Mexican weaving; Read more […]

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Giant Birdsnest For Humans Breeds New Ideas, Not Chicks

Giant Birdsnest For Humans Breeds New Ideas, Not Chicks The Giant Birdsnest is exactly that. Except it’s not made from twigs and it’s definitely not for the birds. The gigantic, cozy nest is made from a foam-padded wooden backwall that’s covered with wooden panels and filled with egg-shaped cushions that allow for ergonomic sitting positions. Designed by the Israel-based design firmOGE Creative Group, the Birdsnest is a “new and inspiring socializing space: a fusion of furniture and Read more […]

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