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Thu 25.8.

‘Thin Black Table’ by Nendo for Cappellini (IT)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 25.08.2011 - Tagged as: , , , , , ,

'Thin Black Table' by Nendo for Cappellini

Originating from the unorthodox ‘Thin Black Lines’ collection, which was organized by Phillips de Pury and shown at the Saatchi Gallery during last year’s edition of London Design Festival, this trompe l’oeil ‘Thin Black Table’ by the Japanese design practice Nendo has now been put into production by design manufacturer Cappellini. (more…)

Thu 11.8.

‘Star Table’ by 0 to 1 (US)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 11.08.2011 - Tagged as: , , , , ,

'Star table' by 0 to 1

Tamara Petrovic and Garner Oh, the duo behind the New York-based architectural and design practice 0 to 1 have created this compact, dismantable table composed of an origami-like interlocked bamboo base and a glass tabletop. Described by the designers as: ‘a study in form triangulation and light frame construction’, the ‘Star table’ is available in various heights. Scroll down to watch the four thin bamboo planes interlock to form a light, strong, stable base. (more…)

'Sbilenco' console by Maison Martin Margiela for Cerruti Baleri

Anyone familiar with the designs of the avant-garde Belgian fashion house Maison Martin Margiela knows that when it comes to the creations marked with four, seemingly-nondescript, diagonal white stitches nothing is quite what it seems. And now, adding to the already impressive portfolio of numerous ready-to-wear, accessories, artisanal, fine jewellery and fragrance collections, the brand famous for its unconventional, outstandingly innovative and frequently ironic aesthetics has collaborated on a series of equally eccentric furniture designs manufactured by the Italian brand Cerruti Baleri. (more…)

Thu 14.7.

‘Rhyholzertischli’ coffee table by Adrian Wicki (CH)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 14.07.2011 - Tagged as: , , , ,

'Rhyholzertischli' coffee table by Adrian Wicki

Inspired by his life-long fascination with one of Europe’s longest rivers, the Rhine, the young Swiss carpenter-turned-designer Adrian Wicki has created this driftwood coffee table. Enigmatically called ‘Rhyholzertischli’, the table is composed of a smooth glass plate which is juxtaposed with the raw natural form of the base created from driftwood found on the banks of Rhine. (more…)

'Part' by PearsonLloyd for Modus

Designjunction is the exhibition of several British labels at Zegna headquarters on Via Savona during this year’s Salone del Mobile. Modus will be on show with a whole range of new products by namable designers such as Michael Sodeau, PearsonLloyd and Claesson Koivisto Rune.


Thu 24.3.

News by Tom Dixon (UK) at Milan Design Week 2011

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 24.03.2011 - Tagged as: , , , , ,

'Cast' chair by Tom Dixon

During this year’s Milan Design Week the British label Tom Dixon will exhibit its most recent novelties in the beautiful 400sqm-location of Officine Stendhal (Via Stendhal 35). Amongst them ‘Cast’ – a multi-purpose chair composed of cast iron legs that are bolted to the seat and backrest which are made from slabs of thick foam. The chair can easily be disassembled and shipped in a small package because all components fit perfectly into the seat itself.


'The Ensemble' by Helena Svensson, Karin Widmark and Josefin Hellström Olsson

The three individual Swedish designers Helena Svensson, Karin Widmark and Josefin Hellström Olsson presented ‘The Ensemble’ at the Greenhouse during this year’s Stokholm Furniture Fair. The collection was inspired by the sentimentality and percieved value of musical instruments, which becomes especially apparent in the materiality and processing of the pieces.


'Kokko' by Dan Sunaga for Karl Andersson

The Japanese, Gothenburg based designer Dan Sunaga recently unveiled this new series of coffee tables for the Swedish manufacturer Karl Andersson & Söner. ‘Kokko’ is composed of a veneer table top and solid wooden legs that can – due to a very smart and artful connection – easily be disassembled.