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  • Carbon Collection by OKHA

    Carbon Collection by OKHA

    OKHA has launched the Carbon Collection, a six-piece collection that combines sculpture, art and design into a single notion together with light and tone to evoke a sense of sultry interior design curiosity. The collection includes a mirror, lighting, console and accessories in moody charcoal finishes. Discover more after the jump. More

  • FURROW by Taeg Nishimoto

    Taeg Nishimoto designed this striking outdoor/indoor side table made out of cast concrete. Take a look at the complete story after the jump. More

  • DIOX by Levantin Design

    DIOX by Levantin Design

    Studio Levantin design designed a stunning new furniture collection titled DIOX. Take a look at the complete story after the jump. More

  • OBITOVANA 5019 by Sergey Makhno Architects & Kofta

    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

  • 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

  • Laguna Coffee Table by OKHA

    Laguna Coffee Table by OKHA

    South African furniture studio OKHA designed the Laguna table for a collaboration with ARRCC on their project Cheetah Plains. Laguna earns its name from the Spanish word Laguna which means ‘pool’, ‘pond’ or ‘lagoon’ and represents the Cheetah Plains watering hole where lion, elephant and cheetah come to drink each day. Discover the complete story […] More

  • CORAL REEF TABLE by Sergey Makhno Architects and Kofta

    CORAL REEF TABLE by Sergey Makhno Architects and Kofta

    Sergey Makhno Architects  designed this stunning table in collaboration with a couture design studio Kofta. The Coral Reef Table that is created without a tabletop and is a part of eco-manifesto and contemplation about what our future can be like. Take a look at the complete story after the jump. More

  • WANDERLUST Center Table by Suppose Design Office

    WANDERLUST Center Table by Suppose Design Office

    Suppose Design Office, an interior architecture studio, located in Hiroshima, Japan, designed this stunning Center Table as part of the World Architects Collection. Discover more after the jump. More

  • Vasco table by Wewood

    Vasco table by Wewood

    Portuguese furniture brand Wewood will present their new collection and a new table that at the Maison & Objet fair in Paris, next week. Take a look at the complete story after the jump. More

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    Ways to Create a Dining Room in a Small Apartment

    You will agree with us that space is nothing less than a luxury today, more so if you live in a small apartment. If you want to revamp your place, and are looking for ways to create a dining room in your cozy apartment and nothing seems to work out – don’t get disheartened yet. […] More

  • Parova Table by Zieta Prozessdesign

    Parova Table by Zieta Prozessdesign

    Zieta Prozessdesign designed Parova – a new furniture line consisting of tables inspired by nature. Their minimalistic style and various forms will adjust greatly to every interior. Discover more after the jump. More

  • Vanity Table by nea studio

    Vanity Table by nea studio

    nea studio designed this his flexible, small and lightweight table that  conveniently fits into small spaces. Inspired by melting snow and ice formations from the mountains of Norway, the sculptural multi-purpose table is made of wood with high gloss finish and an aluminium-reinforced leg. The snowscape-like top integrates a bowl for cosmetics/pens/keys/floating candles, as well […] More

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