Designer and artist Sven Temper is showing a new chair at his upcoming show “Sven Temper Raumbilder” (“Spatial Pictures”) at the Hans-Peter Jochum gallery in Berlin. Called ST1112 the chair is a unique take on ordinary household. Berlin-based Temper is known for minimalist works that blend cultural patterns and functionality rendered in everyday wood and mass produced materials. … Read more
Danish designer Maria Bruun has created Mirrormirror that plays with the concept of reflection and reply.
Norwegian designer Daniel Rybakken has come to be known for his intelligent and technical yet aesthetic and sensitive lighting design. Recently he launched Ascent Lamp for Luceplan. The metal table lamp has a dimmer placed on the actual shade and can be moved up and down along the main pedestal base. Hereby the light beam … Read more
British designer Simon Pengelly was inspired by Scandinavian chair design of the 50′s when he created the Norse Chair for furniture label Modus.
A Mirror Darkly is a project from Stockholm based designer Nick Ross. It was presented as part of Konstfack’s ‘Design Anima’ show which was shown at Spazio Rossana Orlandi during Milan design week 2013. The object is a physical expression of the possible use of ceramic bowls as domestic mirrors during the Stone Age.
Danish design label Georg Jensen who specialise in home accessories in silver and stainless steel, have collaborated with Dutch design duo Scholten & Baijings.
Norwegian Designer Kristine Five Melvær was one of the young up-and-coming designers showing at the Salone Satellite in Milan in April and her collection was feminine, light and poetic. Among a variety of objects, was Kristine’s collection of lighting. Called Spring and Ray, the collection is recognizable because of its textile skin that seems … Read more
Celebrating the simplicity of finnish design, this year Matti Syrjälä revealed the Säilö Container Set during Satellite 2013 in Milan.
The collaboration between spanish enfant terrible Jaime Hayon and the danish classic design house Fritzhansen continues. Two years ago it brought the beautiful sofa Favn with it and this year Jaime has designed the wing chair Ro.
During the Milan Furniture Fair, the Palazzo Crivelli in the Brera District held quite an astonishing exhibition challenging the natural material quartz stone. American frontiers on the area Ceasarstone had asked high profile japanese design studio Nendo to create these two experimenting exhibitions.