Posts tagged as 'oak'
‘Polka’ table lamp by Florent Coirier
The Parisian-based designer Florent Coirier has recently unveiled his latest table lamp design called ‘Polka.’ Exhibited for the first time during this year’s edition of the Paris Design Week, the simple turned-oak light incorporates the LED technology while its concealed pivoting joint enables full 360 degree rotation of the lamp. (more…)
‘Saski’ chair by Jean Louis Iratzoki for Alki
Strips of wood intertwine to form the seat of ‘Saski’, the recently-launched pared-down chair created by French designer Jean Louis Iratzoki for Alki. Assembled with the use of digitally-controlled technology, the effortlessly simple ’Saski’ is made of solid oak and is available in several wood finishes. (more…)
'Breakfast Buffet' by De Intuïtiefabriek for Priveekollektie
Created especially for Chateau de la Resle hotel in Burgundy, France and commissioned by a Dutch art and design gallery Priveekollektie Comtemporary Art | Design, this simple yet functional breakfast table has been designed by an Eindhoven-based design collective De Intuïtiefabriek. Realised earlier this year, the solid oak table incorporates a number of shallow depressions intended to accommodate various serving dishes and beverage bottles. (more…)
Detail view of the 'JL 3 Faber' bistro table by Loehr; photo by Stefan Höderath
Established only few months ago, in December 2011, Loehr is a Hamburg-based family-run brand specialiasing in design and development, manufacture and distribution of premium furniture made from natural materials. As part of their first collection, Loehr has unveiled this series of ‘JL Faber’ stools and tables designed by Julian Löhr during this year’s edition of imm cologne fair. Developed in solid oak, ‘JL Faber’ encompasses four products: a stool, bar stool, and a side and bistro tables. Characterised by a clean, geometric form of the three-legged base reminiscent of the ‘traditional half-timbered houses of northern Europe’, the ‘JL Faber’ collection is available in natural oak or stained in five colours. (more…)
'Birdstick' storage unit by Kristina Kjær Hansen; photo by Emil Monty Freddie
With the spring just around the corner, nest boxes are likely to reappear fixed to walls, trees or buildings in many backyards and gardens. Now, thanks to a young Danish designer Kristina Kjær Hansen, you can also set up a birdhouse and admire it from the comfort of your own apartment. Yes, it might not attract as many birds as its outdoor equivalent but with its differently sized storage modules, ‘Birdstick’ provides enough space to store large as well as medium and small items within its ‘nesting modules’. Assembled without the use of glue or bolts, the solid oak design can be adjusted depending on individual needs of its user. The design was showcased earlier this month at the TEKO stand in the Greenhouse area at Stockholm Furniture Fair 2012.
Detail view of 'Ike' stools by Studio Dreimann
Hannover-based design practice Studio Dreimann, whose elegant and functional coffee table ‘Little Ben’ was featured on Dailytonic in August last year, have recently unveiled their next product, similarly simple and refined stool, ‘Ike’. Made of circular, polished oak seat and a split steel pipe which serves as a leg of the design, the height-adjustable ‘Ike’ has been launched at Greenhouse during this year’s edition of Stockholm Furniture Fair. (more…)
'Eat Play Grow' table by Ruth Vatcher; photo by Damian Drozdowicz
With an aim to promote a healthy lifestyle and ‘encourage children to grow their own herbs or vegetables as well as prepare the food’ , the young UK-based interior and product designer Ruth Vatcher has created this multifunctional table ‘Eat Play Grow’. The simple, yet highly imaginative oak-wood design incorporates various functions such as a herb sprouting tray, a chopping board for food preparation, a ceramic watering pot and a charcoal felt storage system for tools and toys. (more…)
Naoto Fukasawa's '130' chair for Thonet, launched last year, receives the chromatic treatment
Launched last year, Naoto Fukasawa’s ’130′ chair for respected German design manufacturer Thonet is fast becoming a contemporary classic.