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In traditional Japanese construction, the joins in woodworking were all made without screws, nails or bolts. There is even an entire Twitter account dedicated just to that. The Joinery creates 3D animations that show you how these joins work. See a few here for yourself, or just follow The Joinery on Twitter. 腰掛け蟻落し継ぎ Koshikake-ari-otoshi-tsugi pic.twitter.com/uOPpNbXMth — […]
It’s not very often that a bedroom can hit that design sweet spot. You’ve either gone wild and packed your room with as much trendy furniture and artwork as possible, or kept things plain, yet ultimately boring and uninspired. But what if we told you that it’s possible to combine beauty with minimalism and still […]
If you are having a hard time to keep your desk organized at work or at home, maybe it’s time to think about taking these things off the desk and use the wall space to stay organized. In this post I have compiled a collection of awesome wall-mounted organizers that proved super-useful. Tasche Wall Pocket […]
On your desk, you probably have all kind of things that you often need quickly, but that you don’t know where to put. The MTO organizer is a well-thought, multi-functional little device that can help you keep all kinds of things organized. It can be hung on the wall or kept on your desk, depending […]
As the world become more and more urban, with people everywhere still moving from rural areas to cities, designers have to keep thinking about ways to make our cities nicer. Here are a few ideas that we could already implement. 1. The bench that includes a garden A great idea that also turns out to […]
Traditional arts seem to be an endless source of inspiration for contemporary designers. These moving origami lamps by Umut Yamac are just another example of this. The London-based designer created these sculptural lamps out of love of the poetry that comes out of a bird on a branch. The Perch Light family for Moooi launched at […]
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.
Based in Amsterdam, young Dutch designer Jorrit Taekema likes to create unusual but still functional objects. His Time Pattern lamp is a good example, you can still read the time quite easily once you know how it work, but its main functionality is probably to be like a moving artwork in your home.
With a very simple design, these creative vases imagined by Omer Polak allow for amazing flower arrangements. The design is fascinated by Ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arrangement, and so he built something inspired by it.
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.
Nowadays, humor is one of the trendiest tendencies in interior design. A positive design will certainly be well perceived by people of all ages and with various ways of life. The humor may be used in different ways: you may use funny accessories, furniture of interesting forms, bright posters and paintings etc. The elements of […]
Our modern life has its advantages, but there is one major default with the way we work: we sit way too much. With this, many health problems can occur, like an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases for example. One of the often cited solutions is to get a standing desk, so let’s take a look […]
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 […]