Seletti has just released a trio of playful animal-shaped storage units – called “Sending Animals”, made from wooden shipping crates. These ingenious storage units are perfect for the industrial, traditional, shabby chic or even modern homes. Italian designer Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba designed these gorgeous pieces to further explore the eccentric ideas and relationships between people and nature. Looking like the silhouettes of 3 crated farm animals– a goose, pig and cow, these open up to compartmentalized storage that is fun to arrange your goods in and put the furniture on display for all to see. With the goose being the perfect height to serve as a low side table, it comes with a pull out drawer. Cow and pig are large enough to act as sideboards, console tables or just as a fun piece to display and hold whatever your heart desires.
Today we want to show you really amazing table – Metal Octopus Table. The details of the table are perfect. The tiny holes, facial features, the tentacles are all lifelike and created with painstaking accuracy. And to own such table isn’t cheap pleasure – this a true work of metal art costs $100,000. Good price for an incredible metal masterpiece. Take a look!
There is nothing new about designers getting inspired by nature and its various forms. Designers at Ontwerpers have come up with Anglerfish Chair – an unique chair inspired by the creatures in the sea anglerfish that can emit light from escas to meanrik prey. Anglerfish Chair makes you feel at home when sitting and reading, because it is equipped with headlights that can give light. Use of ergonomic and back color reminiscent of a concept of color on the fish scales. Anglerfish Chair for both outdoor and indoor.
London-based design studio TILT have created a chair named Quiet. “The insights behind TILT’s latest products were conceived during codesign workshops with staff and patients at the Whittington Hospital in London. Safe personal space, whether standing or sitting, was a key insight of the process and TILT created an enclosing form that can be either a chair or a booth depending on need. The pentagonal shapes are deliberately cocoon like, allowing the user to feel protected and cosy, almost immune to the outside world.” Take a look!
British designer Benjamin Hubert has created “Cradle”, a unique blend of two typologies of seating, a net structured hammock and a conventional upholstered lounge chair. The chair’s aesthetic is purposefully architectural with a sharp rectilinear backrest contrasted with a softer seating area, breaking traditional rules of seating typology and styling. “Cradle” utilises a custom-made cut pattern that allows a non-elastic textile to perform in a three dimensional way. This allows for the correct tension to comfortably support the body and both visually and physically reduces the product’s weight and cost.
Alessandra Baldereschi has designed a bench named Poppins. “In the Poppins collection the upholstery is used to create a visual impression: the illusion of many pillows laying on a bench. The inspiration comes from the Optical Art’s method which, through the use of color and geometric shapes, creates, starting from a plane a three-dimensional optical illusions. The padding protrudes from the surface of wood, is took down and positioned only where is necessary. Through its three-dimensionality and a slight deformation of shapes, you get a dynamic effect, a vibration enhanced by color. The cushions become a part of the structure, increasing the comfort of the seat and representing the aesthetic value of the project. This value comes from ancient times, when the cushions was made with precious materials as a symbol of royalty.” Take a look!
Nugget Hollow by HUXHUX Design is an end table with a sculptural, geometric shape and a pop of color and light on the inside. It’s hand made from solid birch and finished in both a carbonized and distressed white-washed exterior. The interiors are finished in bright colors of Acid Green, Sky Blue and Nu Orange and includes an interior light.
Innarch have designed the Don Café House in Pristina, Kosovo. “The idea / inspiration for the design derives from sack filled with coffee grains. The walls of the bar are organically shaped and colored like coffee sack made up of “Plywood” type of wood, whereby the pillars in between are coated with textile coffee sacks. Tables and hanging chandeliers represent the coffee grains lined up asymmetrically in order to generate the impression of being inside a coffee sack. The separating wall has a double function; decorative and functional. Its organic shape consists the most dominant part of the premise enabling a unique feeling of sitting unlike any other one comes across in everyday life. Each of the plywood element was designed individually. This because for the creation of an entire organic shape, each of the element needs to be designed separately.” Take a look!
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