Coracle by Benjamin Hubert

We are still quite loving Benjamin Hubert’s Coracle lounge chair for De La Espada that was shown during the London Design Week 2011. Coracle is a hand-woven leather lounge chair with stitched automotive leather and a leather-wrapped steel frame and is inspired by the small ‘coracle’ boats traditionally used in Wales since the Bronze Age, with its … Continue reading

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Salon Collection by Lee Broom

During last month’s London Design Week, Lee Broom was showing his new decadent Salon 2011 Collection. Inspired by the curvaceous lines of 1930s upholstery, the Salon Collection features soft silhouettes contrasted with modern stud detailing. Lee Broom was recently shortlisted as Best Product Designer and for Best Interior Design by British Elle Decoration. He’s definitely one … Continue reading

Vonsung Pop-Up Cafe at Tramshed

During London Design Week, VONSUNG had made a pop-up cafe at the Tramshed event in East London. The Glasshouse was designed by Joseph Sung, Michiko Ito, Jing Chen, Gernando Cavalli and Grace Hsu and served as a pop-up cafe. Sung describes the Glasshouse as design nurturing the relationship between construction and innovation, forming an ‘incubator’ … Continue reading

London Design Week: New Collection from Leif.designpark

During this week’s design festival in London, Leif.designpark is introducing the first bed to their collection, Suu, which combines timber, upholstery and storage options for a quiet, comfortable, and functional bedroom. Leif.designpark is a Japan-based design studio established in 2006 by Takashi Ueno, Mamoru Naito and Keizaburo Honda. The team works on a range of projects … Continue reading

London Design Week: Bulb by Minimalux

British designer Mark Holmes presents a lamp shaped like an incandescent bulb for his design brand Minimalux in London this week. Called Bulb, the product comprises a hand-blown opal glass orb and a brass stand where the cable enters. It features a CFL light source and will be available, with or without dimmer, from tomorrow. Known for … Continue reading

Sneak-peak: P.A. Wood Sculpture by Søren Rose

It seems danish design studio Søren Rose are really breaking through on the international design scene. Here’s a sneak-peak of the P.A. Wood Sculpture that will be launched at Tramshed during London Design Week. The sculptures are a series of playful tabletop objects in solid oak and vibrantly painted mdf. Read more: Søren Rose Studio

Neil Suspended Light by Delightful

Neil is portuguese lighting studio Deligthfull‘s newest suspension lamp, with round arcs and spherical diffusers it is reminiscent of the golden years of space exploration in the 60’s. It will be shown at Tramshed during London Design Week this month. Neil has 8 arms with adjustable lights creating a versatile piece. It also offers the possibility … Continue reading

Furniture by Resident at Designjunction

New Zealand furniture brand Resident will launch their inaugural collection at Designjunction during the London Design Festival next week. The collection includes the Flyover Table, made of two folded sheets of steel that slot into upright fins, the Hawk table and chairs in oak and an upholstered armchair called Felix. The cantilevered Spar lamp completes Resident’s first collection and was inspired … Continue reading

Edward Sofa by BENSEN

During the London Design Week, canadian design company BENSEN will be showing the Edward sofa at the Design Junction exhibition area in Victoria House Basement, Southampton Row. The Edward sofa is an update of the BENSEN Ed sofa and utilizes a number of new production techniques for improved comfort and a more refined profile. The name … Continue reading

Daddy Long Legs Stool by Martin Solem

Norwegian designer Martin Solem from the Danish Design School has designed the Daddy Long Legs barstool. He will be exhibiting the stool at the 100% Norway exhibition during London Design Week starting September 22 at the 100% Design Fair in Earls Court. Read more: Martin Solem