Posts tagged as 'cabinet'
The hand-chiselled surface of the ’Havet’ cabinet by Snickeriet
‘Havet’ – Swedish for ‘sea or waves’ is an intricately-detailed, hand-chiselled cabinet created by designers Karl-Johan Hjerling and Karin Wallenbeck for a Stockholm-based brand specialising in carpentry, Snickeriet. Developed in pine wood, each of the richly-textured cabinets is unique due to the traditional carving technique employed in its production process. (more…)
'Bon Bon' cabinet by Hiroshi Kawano for ex.t
Having previously designed the popular ‘Birdie’ shelf, the Japanese designer Hiroshi Kawano has now realised this bold, circular wall cabinet called ‘Bon Bon’. Manufactured by the young Italian brand ex.t, the design is made of varnished steel and lacquered wood and is available in variety of bright colours. (more…)
Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 23.05.2011 - Tagged as: A2, cabinet, Swedish Design
'Collect 2011' cabinets by A2; photo courtesy of A2
Designed by Sara Larsson, the founder and designer behind the young Swedish furniture label A2, ‘Collect 2011′ is a new member of the cheerfully-coloured, geometrically-patterned cabinet collection ‘Collect’. Produced in Småland, southern Sweden, these playful wood-and-MDF cabinets feature a triangular relief decoration and are available in either typically-Scandinavian antiseptic white or bold bright colours such as canary yellow, fuchsia pink and indigo blue.
'Free Port' cabinet by Martí Guixé for BD Barcelona
Spanish revolutionary ‘anti-designer’ Martí Guixé, famous for his dislike of any form of creative categorisation, has designed this modular ‘Free Port’ cabinet for BD Barcelona. The design was presented at this year’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile and is Guixé’s first creation for the Spanish manufacturer. (more…)
'Krattenkast' cabinet by Mark van der Gronden for Lensvelt
‘What we need is upcycling where old products are given more value not less,’ said Reiner Pilz of the German automation technology company Pilz GmbH in 1994, and by reusing multicolured, cast-off plastic crates which have no actual value on their own, Dutch designer Mark van der Gronden has given them a new purpose and, consequently, new value by creating his latest upcycled cabinet for the Breda-based manufacturer Lensvelt.
'Lancelot' by De Castelli
The Italian brand De Castelli is specialised on objects up to very large scales for the indoors and outdoors, in iron, Cor-Ten and stainless steel. The company was founded by Albino Celato who stams from a family with a centuries-old crafting tradition.
The beautiful and well-proportioned cabinet ‘Lancelot’ by Philippe Nigro is one of the latest creations. De Castelli will exhibit at this year’s Salone del Mobile in Hall 10, stand C-14.
'Accordion Cabinet' by Elisa Strozyk and Sebastian Neeb
In collaboration with the artist Sebastian Neeb German designer Elisa Strozyk, known for her beautiful veneer carpets which are manufactured by the German company Böwer, applied her ‘wooden textile’ principle for the first time to a furniture. ‘Accordion Cabinet’ is currently on show at the D³ Design talents at tis year’s imm cologne.
Remix #2, desk by Gesa Hansen
The young German designer Gesa Hansen was born into the furniture producing, family-run business Hans Hansen. After graduating from Bauhaus Universität Weimar she founded her own label ‘The Hansen Family’ under which she realised this series of solid wooden pieces. The classic design refers to Gesa’s Scandinavian roots: old archived scetches from the family fund have been combined with functional requirements of our times.