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The Yellow Brick Chair by Sivak+Partners kind of looks like it defies gravity with its abstract look-and-feel. It deconstructs the elements of seating and experiments with new ways to design a chair.
Whether you’re a furniture designer that needs to create a proof of concept to show to your boss or you want to create a realistic game and want the room design to be on point, Learning furniture 3D modeling is an important skill. Many jobs rely on it, and the people who know how to […]
Emanuele Magini is an Italian designer who regularly creates slick furniture. In this piece named “Maracana” after the famous Brazilian stadium, this furniture can act as a small domestic stadium, a bed for visitors, or as a more traditional sofa.
Designed by Matteo Ugolini, these wall lamps were recently launched by Karman, an Italian lighting company. Designed to look like a bulldog spotted by the designer in the streets of Amsterdam in Holland, it was built with a matte ceramic (in white or grey) and three bare bulbs hanging from the mouth of the bulldog.
When you take a look at Simon Morasi Piperčić’s online portfolio, you can quickly see that the Zagreb-based designer loves minimalism. His most recent clothes rack, name Ugao, is no exception. This simple geometric furniture is designed to take little space in your home. Even better, it uses the space that is often under-used: the […]
“Depressed lamp is depressed”. That was my first thought upon seeing the HAITRAL table lamp. Fortunatly, this lamps is not just depressed, it just has a personality. With its very simple design, the lamp gains in expressivity with the simple mechanisms that let you set it up in various ways that all look quite human-like.
For this side table designed for the outdoors, Alexander Purcell Rodrigues found his inspiration in the process of cutting and setting gemstones with three teak facets held together. The table was commissionned by Link Outdoor, who has been asking famous designers to create a side table for charity. They have been doing it since 2017, […]
Zippers are normally associated with fashion more than with furniture design. However, it is a perfectly acceptable system to close anything, even a closet. Steven Visser and Vera Meijwaard, the design duo behind the Visser & Meijwaard studio, used zip-ups to create colorful furniture of all kinds. Their closets and stools will definitly enlighten any home!
Edward Johnson creates spectacular furniture inspired by nature and with sculptural designs. The radiant desk and chest drawers produce effects using contrasting timbers enhanced with oil. This visual effect makes the furniture looks like it was cut directly out of a tree.
You may already have seen one of these videos showing how traditional houses are built without the need for nails. If you didn’t, I suggest you take a look at this article on the Interesting Engineering blog. The pieces used to build those houses without nails have their ending looking like puzzle pieces, they are […]
On Designer Daily, we have already featured the anatomy of gadgets or the evolution of type, two projects that revealed a supposed anatomy or evolution of objects and type. Obviously, we were delighted upon discovering the anatomic armchair by Jade T. Cho. The young designer from Korea took a vintage armchair and exposed some bones […]
Using minimal design and elegant shapes, designer Tamas Bozsik created an experimental furniture that’s an hybrid between a seat, a couch, and a bed. With this design, he explored the concept of seating and laying using only handmade and natural material.
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.