Folia Desk by Leon Ransmeier

I was quite thrilled when I bumped into New York designer Leon Ransmeier‘s elegant and clever Folia Desk. The drawers are slightly angled and this works both as an aesthetic attribute but also makes handling of the compartments more convenient. Read more: Leon Ransmeier

Preview Milan 2012: THINKK Studio & Studio 248 in Ventura Lambrate

Bangkok designers THINKK Studio and Studio 248 will team up to present furniture and lighting at Ventura Lambrate in Milan next month. Exhibited products will include an adjustable lamp that’s held together by a single cord slotted the components, a chair with a double back for different sitting positions, a wardrobe designed for picking out and displaying seven outfits for the … Continue reading

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Milan 2012 Preview: Saya Chair by Lievore Altherr Molina

The latest collaboration between the Italian furniture brand Arper and Barcelona-based design studio Lievore Altherr Molina resulted in this elegant, four-legged chair called Saya. Developed in oak and finished in teak and natural stain available in variety of colours such as white, black, ochre and three shades of red, the chair will be officially launched in April at this Milan Furniture Fair. The … Continue reading

Milan 2012 Preview: Disfatto by Denis Guidone for D3co

The squashy back of this sofa by Milan designer Denis Guidone can be pulled into a cosy nest or laid out to cover the upholstered platform like a duvet. The Disfatto range includes a sofa, chair and small tables for Italian brand D3co. The collection is made of bamboo, natural latex, cotton and felt. It will be presented … Continue reading

Objets by Seung-Yong Song

Objets is a collection of chairs that double up as ladders, clotheshorses, shelves or lamps are part of a collection of furniture by Korean designer Seung-Yong Song. The first eight chairs each integrate a piece of furniture commonly found in a bedroom, but can also be grouped together to form a bed. A clothing line positioned … Continue reading

The Finnish Blood In Me

The Finnish designer Sami Kallio presented a collection of furniture as part of the Greenhouse Zone at Stockholm Furniture Fair this week. Called The Finnish Blood in Me, the range is inspired by design details Kallio remembers from his childhood in Finland. From Kallio’s website: “A Collection inspired, and interpreted of childhood memories from Finland. In the easy … Continue reading

My Family by Sonia Verguet

My Family, a project by Sonia Verguet capturing the process of recycling chairs and highlighting the relationships between items. Read more: Sonia Verguet

Xistera by Samuel Accoceberry and Jean-Louis Iratzoki

French designers Samuel Accoceberry and Jean-Louis Iratzoki have created the Xistera seating for the manufacturer Pyrenea. Through a new interpretation of canework this series of seats give plenty an opportunity to explore their singularly standing-out architecture and proportions. Alcove-shaped backs offer cosy spaces with soft cushions to curl up into for relaxation, taking a moment for oneself … Continue reading

Mellow Bed by Formstelle

Zeitraum have received an Interior Innovation Award at this year’s IMM Cologne for ‘Mellow‘ – a luxury wooden bed with a slimline material profile, fine lines, a delicate frame and soft upholstery materials. Designed by Formstelle for the German furniture company, it’s available in a multitude of woods, and features a clever detail in the form of … Continue reading

Tension Bentwood Chair by Studio Dohoon

Korean designer Dohoon Kim of Studio Dohoon has made this elegantly crafted chair called the Tension Bentwood Chair. Read more: Studio Dohoon