Ronde Pendant by Oliver Schick for Gubi

German designer Oliver Schick will be launching a new pendant for danish design house Gubi during Milan Furniture Fair 2013 next month. Called Ronde the pendant, which comes in two sizes, is simple and functional, iconic yet unobtrusive. It both refers back to the golden age of lighting design in the 1970’s as well as … Continue reading

Stolek Chair by Michael Konstantin Wolke

Michael Konstantin Wolke has designed this stackable chair. Called Stolek Chair Michael has used natural materials such as beech and jute, which help reveal the chair’s structure. The back is made from pinned cords that can be used to retighten the fabric when it stretches. Available in Beech Natural and Beech Red, from Wolke’s HerrWolke studio in Berlin. … Continue reading

Hallo Light by 45 Kilo

Hallo Light is a wall-mounted task lamp by German studio 45 Kilo. It is adjusted simply by sliding a leather loop along the arm that supports its shade. A diagonal wire spanning from the top of the wall-mount to the head of the Hallo Light allows the arm to rest at 90 degrees, but sliding the leather … Continue reading

Sphere by Martha Schwindling

   Sphere is a make-up table with a matching stool. Martha Schwindling was originally commisioned by Wallpaper* magazine to produce the table for their Handmade Exhibition in last year’s Milan Furniture Fair. The table has now been put into production by german manufacturer Schönbuch. Made from MDF with a solid wood base frame, the table … Continue reading

Milan 2012: Robert Hoffmann

German product designer Robert Hoffmann showed at this year’s Salone Satellite – the area for up-and-coming desigers of the Salone del Mobile. On show was his CONE floor and table lamp as well as his EDGE Chair. The Designer explains: “EDGE is a metal chair for everyday use, indoor and outdoor. The seat is folded … Continue reading

Clark Desk by Ilot Ilov

Berlin based design studio Ilot Ilov have created the Clark Desk. Clark provides storage which is not about filing or sorting but simply stacking. Everything stays within reach and does not disappear in drawers or cupboards. The desk picks up on the most common ways of keeping objects on your desk and enables to do … Continue reading

JL Faber Collection by Julian Löhr for Loehr

Established only few months ago, in December 2011, Loehr is a Hamburg-based family-run brand specialiasing in design and development, manufacture and distribution of premium furniture made from natural materials. As part of their first collection, Loehr has unveiled this series of JL Faber stools and tables designed by Julian Löhr during this year’s edition of imm cologne fair. Developed in … Continue reading

Moody Bags by Hanna Ernsting

  Cosy Moody Bags from german designer Hanna Ernsting. The core idea within the Moody Bag is to define frame and cover of upholstery furniture as to seperate products. Moody Bag can be combined both with new “Moody Bodies” and with old furniture. Thus, and old chair, couch or ottoman can be changed into a … Continue reading

Aluminium Collection by Sebastian Scherer

I was recently introduced to the Aluminium Collection by german designer  Sebastian Scherer and thought it was worth featuring. The collection consist of a dining chair, dining table and a coat stand. All the pieces are bend from 8m aluminium (the table has a corian top though) and are beautifully simple and timeless. Sebastian Scherer … Continue reading