Posts tagged as 'Belgium'
'Candy Table' by Sylvain Willenz for Cappellini; photo by Nicola Zocchi
In Milan’s Zona Tortona, on Via Solari 35, the Italian design powerhouse Cappellini has presented an array of brand’s 2012 novelties, among them this pared-down table created by a Brussels-based designer Sylvain Willenz. Named ‘Candy Table’, the piece is part of Willenz’s Candy Collection, which explores and reinvents the steel reinforcement bars normally used as construction material for concrete structures. The steel tables are available in two various shapes and sizes (with a square or round tabletop) and in five different matt colours such as; blue, black, green, white and red. (more…)
'Bulb' pendant light by Fermetti for ex.t
The young Belgian designer Deevie Vermetten, aka Fermetti, has designed this series of organically shaped pendant lights for the up-and-coming Italian label ex.t. Made from solid oak, the lamps are handcrafted in Belgium and are available in four different shapes: Bulb 1, 2, 3 and 4. (more…)
'Cubic Arm' by Steven Wittouck for Moca
The Antwerp based interior architect Steven Wittouck created this upholstered armchair for the young Belgian furniture label Moca. The figurative piece comes with or without armrests in fabric or leather.
House 'NSV' by adn architectures, photo by Filip Dujardin
This transformation of an old farmhouse was realised by the Belgian practice adn architectures. The architects especially preserved some elements of significant architectural value, such as the masonry or the wooden structure of the roof, supplemented by some specific contemporary interventions on the outside and by a deep refitting of the interior spaces.
'Mystic' carpet ny Limited Edition
These patchwork carpets by the Belgian manufacturer Limited Edition are composed of recovered remnants of traditional, antique Turkish rugs that are treated, dyed and woven together – a beautiful example of smart and stylish re-use.
'Second Skin' chair by Quinze & Milan
The Belgian manufacturer Quinze & Milan recently unveiled its newest output. The ‘Second Skin’ chair is composed of a simple frame of massive lacquered oak and a piece of thick leather which is wedged between the back and arm rests. If desired up to five layers of differently coloured leather can be apllied.
'LIS' by Sudio Segers for Indera
This minimalist and almost structureless lounge set was designed by Studio Segers for the Begian manufacturer Indera. Due to the highly weather resistant covering material in fabric or leatherlook, in addition with removable, washable covers, the seat units can be indoors and outdoors.
'Twist' lamp by Alain Berteau for Belgian lighting brand Aluci
Belgian architect/designer Alain Berteau is a hard taskmaster. ‘When you switch it off, you’re not looking at a dead machine,’ Berteau said of his new ‘Twist’ LED lamp for Belgian lighting manufacturer Aluci, while in conversation with Architonic at the recent Interieur 2010 design biennale in Kortrijk. The piece’s highly reduced, architectural form ensures that it continues to work as an intriguing space-defining presence beyond its utilitarian function as a light source.