During Stockholm Design Week in February Swedish design collective ClaessonKoivistoRune opened the doors to a newly finished project.
The design duo Overgaard & Dyrman believe in traditional danish craft techniques. This is very evident in their Wire Collection which is based on saddlery and metalwork.
Ilse Crawford has created the new restaurant/cocktail bar at Duddell’s in Hong Kong – a gallery space that most of all resembles a private collector’s exhibition space.
Master of everything metal, Tom Dixon is launching new products during this year’s Salone del Mobile in April.
While gaining more importance within design news and trends, bloggers are gathering together and creating new and innovative ways of showcasing great design. During Stockholm Furniture Fair a collective of european bloggers had created the Bloggers Tour #1 // Blogger Apartment.
One of the must see’s during Stockholm Furniture Fair is the Green House Exhibition where young up and coming designers show prototypes and models alike. And a project that stood out this year was the Sine Collection by Erik Olovsson and Kyuhyung Cho.
Danish design house Gubi have yet again managed to discover and put back into production furniture from a forgotten yet brilliant designer.
Tom Strala’s Lazy Seefelder lounge chair is a divan bed that “exudes fashion and movement, an extraordinary object made for everyday life” says the Zurich-based designer. The design of the Seefelder series (there’s also a ‘Seefelder’ and ‘Rocking Seefelder’) was a creative process that took three years to complete. “Various possibilities of the rattan as a … Continue reading
London based design Studio Toogood have created a blood driping red intalation at Hermes flagship store in London.
Danish design collaboration Johansen & Faurschou have created FRAME trays as the first of a line of products for MunkCollective.