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  • Furniture: Objects of Desire by Nabil Issa

    International furniture designer Nabil Issa has launched his first furniture collection ”Objects of Desire” during Paris Design Week. The collection features a range of minimalistic, but yet bold pieces featuring pure lines and original forms. Take a look at the complete story after the jump. More

  • Tense by Panter&Tourron

    Tense by Panter&Tourron

    Panter&Tourron designed Tense– a furniture research project that explores the evolution of living in a time of global mobility and fluid identities. The project will be presented at the the upcoming Milan Design Week 2019. Discover the complete story after the jump. More

  • OBITOVANA 5019 by Sergey Makhno Architects & Kofta

    Sergey Makhno Architects teamed up with couture design studio Kofta to design a futuristic collection of furniture and accessories – OBITOVANA 5019. Take a look at the complete story after the jump. More

  • Uni Armchair by Levantin Design

    Uni Armchair by Levantin Design

    Ukraine based design studio Levantin Design unveiled the Uni armchair. Take a look at the complete story after the jump. More

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    BRANCA by Puigmigliore

    Barcelona based Puigmigliore Studio designed BRANCA – a modern chair made out of from recovered dead but worked branches. Take a look at the complete story after the jump. More

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    The Most Luxurious Architecture And Design Secret Santa Ideas

    Now the clocks have gone back and there’s a slight chill in the air, it’s time to start thinking about the festive period! And whilst Christmas this year will be a slightly different affair to last Christmas, we can still all participate in Secret Santa. Whether you send gifts to family members, friends, and even […] More

  • Toro Dining Chair by OKHA

    Toro Dining Chair by OKHA

    OKHA have launched the Toro dining chair, which takes its name from the Spanish word meaning bull. The sculpted arms symbolise the bull’s horns, they are strong and assertive with intent as is the structure of the chair which possesses a very physical and rigorous construction. Discover more after the jump. More

  • Gropius Chair by NOOM

    Gropius Chair by NOOM

    Kateryna Sokolova designed the Gropius Chair as part of the first furniture collection by NOOM which is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Bauhaus School in Germany. Take a look at the complete story after the jump. More

  • Ditzel Lounge Chair Sheepskin Edition by Nanna Ditzel for Fredericia

    Fredericia introduces a new version of their popular Ditzel Lounge Chair, originally designed by Nanna Ditzel. The remake is fully upholstered with the softest sheepskin on beautiful legs made of walnut wood and will be available from October 2020. Discover more after the jump. More

  • AIRE CHAIR by Puigmigliore Studio

    AIRE CHAIR by Puigmigliore Studio

    Barcelona based Puigmigliore Studio designed the AIRE CHAIR – a stunning minimalist open-backed chair in different colour variations. Take a look at the complete story after the jump. More

  • Cape Chair by neastudio

    Cape Chair by neastudio

    Architect and Designer Nina Edward Anker (neastudio) designed this stunning minimalist chair. Cape Chair is part the Arctic Line, influenced by Nina’s years living in Norway where she was inspired by organic forms found in the ice and snowscapes. Discover more after the jump. More

  • Isokon Plus reissues Shell Table and Chair by Barber & Osgerby

    Isokon Plus reissues Shell Table and Chair by Barber & Osgerby

    Isokon Plus has just reissued the celebrated Shell Table and Chair designed by British designers Barber & Osgerby. The Shell Chair was originally produced in a limited-edition of 30 back in 2000.  Take a look at the complete story after the jump. More

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