BIOPHILIA Collection by Ross Lovegrove

Ross Lovegrove has designed the BIOPHILIA Collection for VONDOM. "BIOPHILIA Collection explores a new design language that forms a dialogue between time, form and space combining the pioneering organic design of Sagrada Famila by Antonio Gaudi, VONDOM expertise in advanced roto-moulded technology and my studios ongoing research into the transference of digital process into contemporary design. Taken out of craft and into the 21st century progressive domain of polymerization and industry BIOPHILIA is a collection, acknowledges this lineage but pushes the boundaries between material structure and form into a new modern territory as yet unseen, parametrically conceived and diametrically opposed to modernism in its expression."

Modern Furniture by Seung Yong Song

If you’re looking for modern furniture for your home then you should pay attention to these wonderful pieces of furniture and lighting from “Dami” series. “Dami” means “put in” in Korean, so it’s easy to understand why these pieces are grate-like ones. To achieve this interesting Korean grill design and lightweight,yet sturdy appearance, designer Seung Yong Songhas used an eco-friendly particular manufacturing process: a CNC processing technique combined with Valchromat, an eco-friendly material (wood fibre) that has been colored throughout. Available for different and various usage depending on form and size, their industrial look would certainly work beautifully with a modern decor. Take a look!

“Superheroes” Collection by Glimpt Studio

This beautiful furniture collection “Superheroes” was created by Swedish design studio Glimpt for Cappellini. “A family of seating furniture, where the large stool can also be used as a table. Threads are rolled around a tubing that is attached to a metal frame, this process originates from a Vietnamese technique where paper thread is rolled around sea grass to make small bowls. The idea of Superheroes came following a journey to Vietnam where Glimpt visited different artisans, studying their techniques and finding inspiring materials and colours. Glimpt also wanted to incorporate other influences in their work so they contacted the Swedish illustrator Malin Koort, who helped develop the patterns for the series. Glimpt likes to look at history and aesthetics of the countries they visit, keeping open mind and being inspired by the people, the country and the culture itself.”

Succession Furniture Collection by Fredrik Färgs

Designer Fredrik Färgs presented quite intersting furniture collection. First it was wrapped in textile and leather then had rope tied around it before it was baked. Called Succession, says Farg, it’s “;The family I did not know I had. The results when you cut away the rope is that of a pattern without seams, as brutal as it is sophisticated and refined. They becomes like living furniture populating our home.”;