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Benjamin Rollins Caldwell’s recycled computer furniture

Benjamin Rollins Caldwell has compiled a vast array of obsolete computer equipment and electronic components for ‘binary collection’ at design miami 2013. Presented by industry gallery washinton DC & Los Angeles, the series of bespoke furniture pieces have been completely covered with a collage of motherboards, computer chips, LED screens and hard drive disks held in place by sheet metal screws. ‘everything is 100% recycled from computers that have been reclaimed from schools Read more [...]

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Rough Sketches Turned into Real Furniture

I really like what design student Daigo Fukawa did by creating this collection of “rough sketch products,”. A unique and very clever set of furniture that, well, look like scribbles of…furniture! At first glance they look like digital renderings but they are actual, probably fairly uncomfortable, chairs, tables, and couches. Via Juxtapoz Read more [...]

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Besta Kids Stool

Chilean designer Paula Corrales has created the Acorn stool made from cork. Children’s product developed in natural cork, through technical innovation of craft production. Cork is agglomerated with solvent-free, non-toxic materials; both are suitable for children and then used the traditional technique of turning machinery, thus projected as an exportable product. For this project we used tools like business model canvas and pivot with the user and purchaser. In this way, with the properties Read more [...]

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Zaha Hadid unveils prototype liquid glacial table

zaha hadid has unveiled the latest evolution of her ‘liquid glacial tables’ on the occasion of her exhibition at london’s david gill galleries (which runs until november 16th, 2013). the furniture piece entitled ‘prototype liquid glacial table’ has a flat top that appears as if it is a surface of subtle ripples and waves, which funnels downwards into four vortexes to create the table legs. The first iterations of the ‘liquid glacial collection’ was shortlisted by the design Read more [...]

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THE CHEST OF SUITCASES BY MAARTEN DE CEULAER

Designer Maarten De Ceulaer’s passion for travel and exploring the world has led him to create a chest of suitcases. Titled “The Chest Of Suitcases”, the towers and asymmetric compositions are made of suitcases and briefcases in precious leathers and are part of a series called The Leather Collection launched in Milan in 2009.  The chest is a highly versatile piece, with all separate drawers, which can be stacked in countless configurations.     The collection Read more [...]

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