Sunday, March 26, 2017

Attitude Chair: swing too easily …

Posted by admin On March - 11 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS
attitude chair by deger cengiz 3 300x300 Attitude Chair: swing too easily ... Despite the ripe old age you never want to lose the habit of hanging in the rear foot of your chair? Well today there are those who thought of you: the New York designer Deger Cengiz has designed a chair that will save fell safe from those who have the habit of rocking chair. Read the rest of this entry »
koncorde1 Karim Rashid: the stool koncord in all colors! Karim Rashid has designed “Koncord”, a stool in polyethylene rotational molded very sinuous shapes and details. The stool was designed for bars, restaurants, coffee lounges etc., is available in many colors as in photos and an interesting tool that designers can use to give color to the premises.

Driscoll Peter Devins: Spiral Table

Posted by admin On March - 9 - 2017 1 COMMENT
spiraltable3 480x291 Driscoll Peter Devins: Spiral Table The Spiral Table has evolved using materials such as steel, glass, wood and marble such as Puerto Rico, and the fossil black carrara. The shape of the shelf was made of rectangular version etoroidale, the first is more suitable for home office and the second conference rooms but you can customize the shape and size. To note is the version of the Table with Spiral portoro marble floor and gold plated tubes that the veins stand out more. Read the rest of this entry »
simon01 440x300 Target Clock by Simon Lumb, the watch that will make you lose your mind! The British designer Simon Lumb, nowadays resident in Germany, has designed a very special Clock for the first minute will make anyone trying to understand how it works. This is the “Target Clock” that will be presented at London’s Design Week Read the rest of this entry »
lettoacqua2 468x300 Water bed: a new culture that is coming in Italy! The culture of the waterbed, which initially seemed a good reserved for the few, is spreading in Italy. In which I propose below describes the history of the water bed from its origin to the present day and offers that we can find on the market today. The first water bed was created in the early 1800′s for the love of an English physicist, Neil Arnott, to his wife, confined to bed for a bad fall from his horse and afflicted with painful sores. Read the rest of this entry »
solid 1 480x391 SOLID Table by Greg Gehner: recycled materials to design a table Greg Gehner, owner of Transit Forge, a study of lavorazioe metals in northwestern Pennsylvania, has created the table SOLID.Greg says of his creation: “Often I try to apply my skills aesthetic look for a perfect piece of material to perform a certain function, as in this case furniture. The table SOLID is the composition of the various pieces: I started with the top formed by a part of a large steel C-profile used in industrial or arising from a scrap yard. Read the rest of this entry »
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