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If cuteness was the main element for decision-making when purchasing kitchen furniture, the Lo-Lo by Misha and Tanya Repina would probably be on top of sales. This capsular microkitchen is ideal for anyone living in a small appartment, or for anyone who likes cute furniture.
Rubika B601 is a good looking bookshelf that will trick your mind into thinking it’s a rubik’s cube. Using the lines of basic perpective, the shelf will give some depth to your living room. It was designed by industrial designer Gorge Bosnas, from Greece, for Anesis.
Artist Michael Beitz takes every day objects or furniture, extends it and distorts it to turn it into some spectacular, unusual objects. In his own way, he gives life to inanimated things by adding some dynamism.
The De-dimension furniture are somewhat surprising. On the presentation video, you can see the chairs hanging flat on the wall, then a guy comes to pick it up and suddenly it is a tri-dimensional chair. It was designed by Jongha Choi, who invented a clever system to fold the furniture.
Dutch designer Lex Pott created this series of furniture under the title Fragments. The tables play with an odd match between rough pieces of rock and smooth table tops. These tables were created for The Future Perfect.
Juno Jeon is a furniture designer based in Holland. Working as a freelancer since 2006, he creates innovative designs that are often more spectacular than truly practical. Nevertheless, his responsive designs are too cool to be ignored.
During the cold war, Eastern Europe became famous for its big blocks of concrete that shaped the cityscapes. Nobody would really want to live in those, but apparently some designers find these to be inspiring for furniture and toy design. Easter block furniture by Lassak Studio This project, titled Panelak, is named after the pre-fabricated […]
Created in the 1930s, the Anglepoise lamp has become a design legend in itself. Its design hasn’t evolved much since its creation, yet it remains a perfect example of design done right, and nobody feels that it’s old-fashioned. It’s lesser know that the lamp got a giant version. So far, this giant version was only […]
Cyprus-based designer Stelios Mousarris runs his own company from his wonderful island, and it seems to really inspire him to create cool things. On his homepage, you can see some of his chairs, benches, or sofas. Some are more creative than truly functional, but who cares, right? Actually I know who cares about functionality, designers usually […]
If your living room is big enough and you can afford it, you should seriously consider these awesome animal furniture created by Maximo Riera. The animals are made of Polyurethane, while the seats are made of fine leather. The inner frame supports the whole thing with steel. Each chair is unique and uses a different design […]
As a Swiss person, I know how important it is to stay comfy inside the house when it’s cold outside. Apparently, Japanese people from the 14th century in Japan also knew how to keep warm at home. I’ll have to admit that their way to do it is way more stylish than the Swiss way. […]
If you are looking for a new lamp for your appartment or house, then you may try something else than IKEA for once. Get inspired by these amazing lamps and start building your own with recycled stuff. Globes lamps French artist Benoît Vieubled describes himself as a “creator of exceptional objects”. Looking at this lamp […]
Made of foam, these cabinets and shelves look like they are about to collapse under their own weight. These furniture will move right and left, have weak legs, and look overally not practical, but they still stand and can be used in real life. It was created by Dutch studio Dewi van de Klomp.
This unusual shelf was designed by Charles Kalpakian, a Lebanese designer based in France. After working for prestigious designers like Ora Ito, he started freelancing and projects inspired by his background: a mix of France, Lebanon, and street art. Looking at the results, I’d say it’s a pretty cool mix. Titled Rocky, this cabinet plays […]
At the intersection between art, interior design, and generally cool stuff, you’ll find New York based artist Sebastian ErraZuriz. We’ve already featured a couple of his cabinets on Designer Daily, but this time we’d like to focus on his awesome functional sculptures. As their name suggest, these pieces are meant to be a sculpture that will […]