Onkel Sofa by Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen

Danish young designer Simon Legald has designed the Onkel sofa for furniture label Normann Copenhagen. The sofa is a mix between traditional voluminous sofas from before the 1950’s and a more modern strict frame. To emphasise the merger of two completely different worlds of expression, the back cushion has been elegantly encapsulated by the frame. … Continue reading

Knock Down Chair by Inoda+Sveje

The Knock Down Chair was showed during Milan Design Week last month. The chair is designed by Milan based design studio Inoda+Sveje. The studio has collaborated with japanese chair maker Miyazaki Chair Factory and the chair was shown at the Miyazaki Chair Factory Exhibition. Inoda + Sveje is a design duo comprising Kyoko Inoda, born in … Continue reading

Milan 2012: Ron Gilad for Molteni&C

We’ve shown some of the pieces already but couldn’t help ourselves from showing the rest of Ron Gilad’s Grado° Collection for italian brand Molteni&C. The collection is based on geometric shapes, lines of bold primary colours and corners that shift from 90° angles to 45° angles. The little side table Pannacotta is heavy and light … Continue reading

Milan 2012: M64 Mirror by Raphael Charles

Bruxelles based designer Raphael Charles showed the M64 Mirror during Milan Furniture Fair. The steerable mirror is inspired by a device called “cut flow” traditionally used for lighting in the theater and cinema. M64 has a beautiful light-reflecting effect with the different angled mirror parts and can furthermore be folded together and stacked without scratching … Continue reading

Milan 2012: Pentole & Padelle by Segno Italiano

Quality, craftmanship and simple beauty are the core elements of italian manufacturer Segno Italiano’s copper cookware. Called Pentole E Padelle meaning “pots & pans” in italian, the cookware is made from copper because of its high-level conductivity of warmth. “The heat warms and touches gently the food, the cooking is fast and respectful to perfumes … Continue reading

Chapeau by Milia Seyppel

German designer Milia Seyppel has designed a series of ceramics named Chapeau. Chapeau are beautifully finished with matt pastel colours on the outside and glossy on the inside. The shapes have a lovely poetic language. Milia showed at the Salone Satellite during last month furniture fair in Milan. Milia describes Chapeau, “CHAPEAU understands serving food … Continue reading

Minuscule Chair by Cecilie Manz for Fritz Hansen

During Milan Furniture Fair last month danish design brand Fritz Hansen launched a new chair by Cecilie Manz. Called Minuscule the chair is for informal occasions and has – very unlike Fritz Hansen premium furniture back catalogue – a frame made from plastic. Fritz Hansen is usually known for their iconic pieces from Arne Jacobsen & Poul Kjærholm made only from the … Continue reading

German designer Sarah Böttger showed at this year’s Salone Satellite in Milan. Her project, Boxes, embodies this passion for meticulous organization with a set of practical and easy-to-stack wooden vessels that can be combined as bricks or filled with a variety of objects. H2 is a series of plastic modular clothes racks that allows you to … Continue reading

Francis Mirror by Constance Guisset for Petit Friture

Constance Guisset has designed the wall and pocket mirror Francis for Petite Friture. Francis comes from a number of experiments with chromatic pigments fleeing over water. The end result is an illusional colourful ageing effect on the mirrors front. Read more: Petite Friture

COLOUR ONE for MINI by Scholten & Baijings

We always get to see the final product. We buy it, consume it but rarely do we ever see or question the process of its composition. The INTERNI Legacy exhibition staged by the renowned Italian design magazine INTERNI presented MINI as one of the main protagonists with the design installation COLOUR ONE for MINI by the Dutch designers Scholten & Baijings at the Cortile del … Continue reading