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A’ Design Awards have now become a classic competition and event for designers. This year’s edition was a blast, with tons of great designers taking part from all over the world. The awards team have announced the winners recently, and there is lots of inspiration to be found there. If you are a designer or […]
Created using a glass-fusion technique, Daniela Forti’s sculptures litteraly look like jellyfish, dripping with glass tentacles. With the shiny colors and beautiful transparency, these sculptures create an ethereal athmosphere anywhere you put them. To learn more about it, check Daniela Forti’s portfolio site.
Lebano-Brasilian designer and artist Camille Kachani creates artworks that are somewhere in between a sculpture and a furniture. Her wooden installations all look like nature is coming back and the wood starts to live again. You can check more on her portfolio website.
Inspired by the Möbius strip, this bench also includes interactive features that add in coolness. It was designed by Louis Lim of Makingworks, in collaboration with 3form. It was featured this year at WantedDesign. The bench uses DarkChroma, a material provided by 3form. It comes as a dark object that lights up once you touch […]
For years now, this international competition has been rewarding excellency in design and giving exposure to designers from all around the globe. With millions of designs released every year, it becomes crucial to take part in such competitions and benefit from the exposure that comes from it. A’ Design Award can now brag a proven […]
Pull and Push, a design studio from Kyoto, created these little building called Mansion Planter. These little houses can be used as planters and are so small that they can fit in the palm of your hand. Made of concrete, glass and brass, these tiny structures were designed to contain plants, but they can be […]
Among the things kids like, there is moving things around, toys, teddy bears, puzzles, and cute things in general. The Animaze furniture somehow mixes all that together with a very playful set of furniture that can be assembled together. The parents will normally not mind these furniture, and probably will want to buy it because […]
Flyte is a Swedish design company who has launched a few popular Kickstarter projects already. You could say that they are now famous for creating floating products, like this light bulb or this planter. They didn’t disappoint with their latest design that includes a wooden structure and a levitating (yes!) chrome ball to form a […]
GO is a modular furniture designed for both kids and adults. The name stands for the initials of “Growing Object”, which describes the coolest feature of the furniture. The concepts comes from SESTAVI, a small furniture agency from Ljublijana, the capital of Slovenia. Although the prototype look amazing with top quality materials and a great […]
If you are an adept of Feng Shui, a freestanding bathtub is the ideal way to furnish your bathroom. It allows for better positionning inside the bathroom, which helps to create a more relaxing environment. The object itself has sculptural features in terms of design, but that’s not all, it’s also more practical to install. […]
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.