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Posts tagged as 'Llot Llov'

'Everyday table' by Linea1

The German Design Council curated – at this year’s Milan Fair for the second time – an exhibition focused on outstanding contemporary German design. Alongside with products of namable German brands there will be prototypes created by young German designers, such as Mark Braun, llot llov and Formfjord. Design Deutschland 2011 will be on show at Carrozzeria in Via Tortona 32.

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'Slot' by Matthias Ries Design Office

In occasion of this year’s Salone del Mobile the German Design Council opened the touring exhibition ‘Design Deutschland 2010′ and showcased 100 new pieces of established German studios and manufacturers next to 23 prototypes of young and upcoming designers. For those who did not have the chance to visit the exhibition in Milan: Next station will be New York from 15 – 18 May at Javits Convention Center during this year’s ICFF.

‘Slot’ by Matthias Ries Design Office is a multi-purpose table composed of a classical linoleum bord and an unreckoned leg construction. Their design provides structural strength in vertical, horizontal and diagonal directions, which additionally helps to strut the table.

'Poke' by Formfjord

The Berlin based designers of Formfjord presented this brand new prototype of a strip light. The elegant case consists of two identical halves of smartly bent sheet metal.

'Fridjof' by Johannes Hemann

'TEA' by llot llov

'Concrete' by Atelier Steffen Kehrle

to the German Design Council website

to the Formfjord profile @ Architonic

to the llot llov profile @ Architonic

'Malva' by ett la benn

During this year’s Milan Design Week the contemporary design platform DMY Berlin will be presenting new prototypes and innovative concepts by seven Berlin based design studios. The exhibition, which is coordinated together with Create Berlin will be set up within the beautiful but rough space at Officina in Via Tortona 31.


“‘Malva’ by ett la benn is a furniture collection inspired by the natural qualities of cellulose and viscose: the objects are generated by the forming of moistened sponge cloth and its subsequent air drying on a mould. By simply compressing or connecting several components, numerous variations and extensions of Malva can be generated.”

'Lift' by Mark Braun

'stitching furniture' by Studio Aisslinger

“The ‘stitching furniture’ project by Studio Aisslinger combines new high technologies, applied to traditional stitching techniques, with a collection of edited textile objects.
The objects of the “stiching furniture” collection – armchairs, stools, bowls and lamps – are “plotted” onto a carrier by the means of a programmable stitching machine in order to create a “pop-up-object”, that raises from the surface as if it was extruded into its third dimension. The stitched textile honeycomb structures are resin-impregnated in order to make them rigid and constructive. The result is a series of extremely light and transparent objects, that seem to float in the space as textile 3D-meta-networks.”

'Pit' by e27

'Clark' by llot llov

to the DMY website


to the llot llov profile @ Architonic

Mon 21.9.

‘Hopper’ stool by Llot Llov

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 21.09.2009 - Tagged as: , , , ,

'Hopper' by Llot Llov

'Hopper' by Llot Llov

The four young Berlin-based designers of Llot Llov presented ‘Hopper’, a kind of ready-made stool, which picks up on the principle of the shopping baskets commonly found in supermarkets. Tension belts keep the rabbit fur on the seating in place. The mix of materials, including fur, elastic band and chromed stainless steel, documents, shocks and bribes with its noble gleam and shades of grey.

'Hopper' by Llot Llov

'Hopper' by Llot Llov

'Hopper' by Llot Llov

'Hopper' by Llot Llov

more Llot Llov products @ Architonic

Tue 23.6.

Arranged disorder by Llot Llov

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 23.06.2009 - Tagged as: , , , ,

'Todd' by Llot Llov

'Todd' by Llot Llov

Llot Llov are four young designers based in Berlin. With their latest range of prototypes they question the systems of arrangement and order which ordinary furniture often imposes.

The stool Todd for example leaves place for the everyday laundry. What’s normally not comfortable to sit on is in this case necessary. The laundry is the cushion of the seat.

'Clark' by Llot Llov

'Clark' by Llot Llov

“The desk is being used as an entire workspace and at times it is even used in more unusual ways. Depending on what activity is going on at the time things which sit or lie around are being moved to the side to make room for what is currently needed. It is not unusual to find stacks of paper, box files and stationary items building up along the sides of desks. It gets to the point depending on level of busyness and personal tidiness where all the accumulated things start to hinder our activities. But quite often the supposed chaos has its own hidden order. Stacks are being ordered according to themes or urgency but even sorting through stacks slows us down and takes up valubale time.

The desk ‘Clark’ provides temporary storage which is not about filing or sorting but simply stacking. Everything stays within reach and does not disappear In drawers or cupboards.”

'Bill' by Llot Llov

'Bill' by Llot Llov

‘The shelve ‘Bill’ picks up on the common way of using a shelve by randomly placing objects on It. The stackable elements form a shelve which provides containers rather than shelving space. The open area towards the front makes it easy to reach inside. Therefore the randomly placed and unordered content Is accessible but less visible. The most used things get stored towards the front the back allows you to keep what you hardly use but can’ quite let go yet.’

more Llot Llov products @ Architonic

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