Posts from February 2013
Lightweeds/UMNH Salt Lake City – Wall display by Studio Simon Heijdens Ltd
Publisher Frame and design brand Moooi have announced the 10 finalists for 2013’s Frame Moooi Interior Design Award. This year, the organizers received 861 submissions from a total of 71 countries. Finalists were selected by juror Jana Scholze, Curator of Contemporary Furniture and Product Design at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. The selection process was anonymous: Scholze did not know the names or nationalities of the designs she reviewed.
‘Spin’ stool by Daphne Zuilhof
Daphne Zuilhof’s ‘Spin’, which means ‘spider’ in Dutch, is a foldable stool that unfolds like a spider’s legs, stretching outward and pivoting forwards and back.
‘Limousine’ sideboard by Fingal Designs
A patchwork of square tiles made of scrap board wood composed of wood shavings, MDF and Valchromat make up the surface of Fingal Designs’ ‘Limousine’ sideboard.
‘Berg’ clothes rack by Arash Eskafi
Master ID student at Konstfack in Sweden, Arash Eskafi uses an iconic shape in an unexpected way, an iceberg as a clothes rack. “Create borders through your actions, throw your garments and build upon your own mountain of clothes.” says Eskafi.
‘Beams’ radiator by Studio Segers for Vasco
At its core, Studio Segers’s ‘Beams’ radiator has a timeless architectural quality, but over time both the appearance and the functionality can be refreshed thanks to a series of clever interchangeable accessories.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 14.02.2013 - Tagged as: bowl, Nendo
‘Pebble’ stackable bowls by Oki Sato for Italesse
The smooth but imperfect shape of a pebble was the inspiration for ‘Pebble’, a series of three stackable bowls by Oki Sato, founder of Nendo studio, for Italesse.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 13.02.2013 - Tagged as: Casala
‘Monolink’ chair by Martin Ballendat for Casala
Martin Ballendat’s ‘Monolink’ for Casala is the first one-piece chair which can be stacked. Created for a growing demand for practical solutions in a variety of furnishing areas, Monolink is a robust, flexible system that’s also comfortable and can be fully recycled.
‘Levels’ lamp by Form Us With Love for One Nordic
The stacked metal ‘Levels’, a lamp by Swedish studio Form Us With Love, collapses to less than a third of its size fulfilling design brand One Nordic’s motto of “shipping as little air as possible”.