Marco Sousa

Wednesday 24 September 2014

Architect Marco Sousa from Porto (Portugal) who founded the company ‘Bateye’ in September 2011 creates some of the most intriguing furniture designs which takes influence and pays tribute to places. ‘To observe, appreciate and create passionate pieces’ is his philosophy. … Continue reading

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Distinctive benches by Matthias Pliessnig

Wednesday 17 September 2014

Matthias Pliessnig is an acclaimed furniture designer based in Philadelphia whose work uses steam bent wood. His style is kinetically contemporary, and he uses computer-aided curves with laborious craftsmanship to handcraft chairs and benches. Pliessnig is a graduate of Rhode … Continue reading

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Ralph Lauren: Point Dume home collection

Wednesday 10 September 2014

Natural wooden tones are becoming increasingly desirable in our homes and often used as one of the main background colours to bring a space together. Ralph Lauren prides himself in providing the best quality products from fashion to his well-established … Continue reading

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Infrastructure series by Vivian Beer

Wednesday 27 August 2014

Vivian Beer has designed a collection of sculptural benches named the Infrastructure Series. Vivian tiptoes through contemporary design, craft and sculptural aesthetics, sampling from each one. She deftly counterbalances a strong knowledge of contemporary furniture design with the history of … Continue reading

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Q1 Lounge Chair by ODESD2

Wednesday 20 August 2014

Design bureau ODESD2 was founded in 2012, it appeared during friendly conversation about the design and the opportunity of creating something in Ukraine. ODESD2 have created a set of objects of different areas of industrial design. Some of the objects … Continue reading

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The Abyss Table by Christopher Duffy

Wednesday 13 August 2014

Christopher Duffy has designed a limited edition piece named the Abyss Table for Duffy London. Duffy London made its name by fashioning remarkable designs out of thin air: the uplifting Up Table, that floats on a host of balloons; the … Continue reading

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The Pour by Design Haus Liberty

Wednesday 6 August 2014

Dara Huang and Lisa Hinderdael of Design Haus Liberty have recently completed ‘The Pour’, a raindrop chandelier installation in New York City. The Raindrop chandelier, “The Pour” is a light sculpture DH Liberty was commissioned to design in Tribeca, New … Continue reading

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