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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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tjep. counters 3D printing with sculpted furniture from bronze

tjep counters 3D printing with sculpted furniture from bronze as a reaction to the unstoppable digitalisation and virtualisation of all our basic needs, all the way to love and friendship, I feel an urge to produce work that is antagonistic to this trend.’ says frank tjepkema, lead designer and founder of dutch studio tjep. set within the historic and ornately decorated ballroom of the colloredo mansfeld palace in prague, tjep. presents the bronze age collection for designblok prague 2014, Read more […]

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Tehila Guy inflates anda armchair of translucent and wooden parts

Tehila Guy inflates anda armchair of translucent and wooden parts for her final project at bezalel academy of art and design in jerusalem, tehila guy has created anda armchair under the mentoring of professor hanan de lange. after observing the world of flat-pack furniture, guy came to understand and was fascinated by the repetitive pattern in terms of material used, assembly methods, and aesthetics. ‘I wanted to design a piece of furniture that is out of the norm in a field that can seem Read more […]

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Marshmallow-like sofa by Kei Harada

Marshmallow-like sofa by Kei Harada Japanese designer Kei Harada approached the design of a sofa asking the question ‘what shape will naturally invite a person?’ – and from this inquiry, he created the ‘o’keeffe’ sofa. Harada built marshmallow-like elements to allow a user to explore different sitting positions, combining the bulging forms in a calculated fashion for an almost climbable structure. each organic orb is made from styrofoam covered with two types of urethane foam and Read more […]

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