Tubular Furniture from Ventilation Pipes and Scrap Metal

Eindhoven-based designer Lucas Muñoz has combined industrial steel ventilation pipes with a copper seat taken from a scrap yard to create this bulbous chair. Muñoz designed his Tubular chair as an exploration of the structural potential of different. industrial components. He wanted to showcase their ability to perform a function within a domestic environment. Muñoz constructed the seat from galvanised steel ventilation pipes and elbow connectors found in his atelier, as well as sheets of copper taken from a metal junkyard.”The materiality and shape – the practical means – of the industrial components allow them to afford a variety of roles if arranged in a way that offers some kind of furniture function for a domestic context.” The chair was displayed at the first edition of 21st-century design fair Collectible, as part of an exhibition called Hardcore, which also previously took place at Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven.

Rising Collection – Foldable Furniture by Robert van Embricqs

Dutch designer Robert van Embricqs created a foldable furniture series, in which each piece starts with a flat surface and is capable of intricately folding itself up into an minimal design. The idea is simple, and that is to commence with a flat surface that can transform into a piece of stylish furniture. Looking at natural transformations, that function beautifully without cumbersome, or clumsy design, provided the inspiration for the incision pattern that in turn became the latticework of “woven” wooden beams that make-up the table’s centre. The Rising Collection, which features mostly furniture made of bamboo caramel, includes a chair, table and fruit bowl among others. Inspired by natural forms, Van Embricqs’ work predominantly explores the extent to which objects can dictate their own design.

All-in-One Bed Full of Gadgets & Storage

Have you ever heard about a bed so comfortable you never want to leave and that’s also super functional? Take a look at the ultimate bed, one that not only looks cool, but is packed with ingenious design features to ensure you’ll never want to leave. Sold across a wide variety of Asian retailers, this modular bed is fully customizable and has endless amounts of storage. Want to charge your gadgets while you sleep? No problem. This multifunctional furniture piece has both plugs and USB hookup. And built-in speakers mean you can play music direct from your devices. If you aren’t sleepy just yet, just stretch out on the built-in massage chair and listen to some tunes. Or if you want to get some work done, a laptop table flips up for easy access.

Modern and Unusual Bel & Bel Scooter Chairs

Bel & Bel are a Barcelona based team of designers who dedicate themselves to upcycling products and their Scooter Chairs are definitely one of their most popular and successful means of doing this to date. Wonderfully stylish, unusual, functional and comfortable, these Bel & Bel Scooter Chairs are capable of bringing any workspace well and truly to life. These exceptional pieces of designer furniture have a reinforced internal structure, reclining functionality and come in a wide array of colours and styles that will mean you’re sure to find one that is perfect for your workspace.

Sideboard Inspired by a Boxing Ring

Chilean designer Emmanuel Gonzalez Guzman, has designed and made Cuerda (in English it translates to rope or string), a wooden sideboard that was inspired by the ropes of a boxing ring. The ropes are intended to show what’s inside the sideboard, but at the same time, hide the contents. The sideboard is made from plywood, with wood turned legs, and the ropes are a high-strength elastic cord.

Comfort in Japanese Style: Kotatsu Heated Tables

Winter days are coming and you know how important is to stay comfy inside the house when it’s cold outside. Japanese people perfectly know how to keep warm at home and at the same time do it as more comfy as possible. They have Kotatsu – a low, wooden table frame covered by a futon, or heavy blanket, upon which a table top sits. Underneath is a heat source, often built into the table itself. Jump into the post and discover some of the modern Kotatsu.

The X-Me Collection by Ellinor Ericsson

Danish designer Ellinor Ericsson designed the X-Me Collection in Nordic design: simple, stylish, but lacking in embellishments. “The X-Me Collection is a furniture concept developed by the question “Why does Nordic furniture design lack ornaments?”. In the project, nordic furniture design were compared to the adorned Rococo furnitures. The goal was to find a balance between the two different aesthetics, to bring the best from both. The result was a oversized cross-stitch ornaments in wool, and a braided birch wood construction in a couch and a lounge chair collection. The balance between purity of style and decoration, where the inspiration was the reverse; the construction materials are Nordic and the shape is rococo. The ornament is inspired by rococo but the cross stitch stylish Scandinavian. And the craftsmanship brings them both together.”


Cats owners perfectly know that they usually don’t pay much attention to stuff that belongs to them. They want what’s ours. Our keys, our rugs, our attention. The most logical thing to do would be to make stuff that we can both share. And designer Nadya Gurevich offers catalogue of furniture and fashion pieces that your cat will love! Cat-Man-Doo!

‘Slashed’ Sofa by Charlotte Kingsworth

British designer Charlotte Kingsworth has created Slashed, a sofa and ottoman that appear like they have been slashed with a knife. “A bold slash lengthways with a knife reveals the hidden layers inside. An eruption, like a wound, changes the form in a permanent way. A new structure has been carved, which functions as a seat and ottoman.”

Full Grown: Trees Grown Into Fully Shaped & Formed Furniture

Founder of Full Grown in Derbyshire, England, Gavin Munro has found a simpler and more eco-friendly way to create wooden furniture: he uses specially designed plastic frames to mold young willow, oak, ash and sycamore trees into the shape of chairs, tables, frames, or lamps as they’re growing. While requiring careful planning and additional work upfront, taking young trees and turning them as they grow into chairs, tables and lamps both shortens the construction cycle and eliminates the need to reconnect disparate pieces.

Metal Furniture Project “In The Fog”

Ukrainian designer Dmitry Kozinenko has created a series of metal shelving pieces named “In The Fog”. Thanks to their dotted structure it seems that shelf or cabinet is disappearing in the fog. We’re not quite sure that the effect will be the same if all volume is filled with books or other home decor, but in the way it’s presented on the picture it looks stunning. Take a look!

Microkitchen with Personality LO-LO

Designers Tanya Repina and Misha Repin have created LO-LO, a capsular microkitchen. “A collection of objects to complement the basic office kitchen. Each module is intended for one of electrical appliances and its accessories such as cups, plates, cutlery, tea, coffee etc. The objects may be easily located all around the office, wherever it is needed.” And if you like furniture and home products with personality then you should difenetly check our post LUMINOSE – Lovely Dog Lamp with Personality.

Orbit Sink by Alessandro Isola

Industrial designer Alessandro Isola has released its latest project called “Orbit sink”. The project presents its skillfully crafted, cool white corian sections, as a neatly stacked, simple cylinder. An opposing disorderly aesthetic is soon created as you swivel each circular compartment around a metal pivot point. This invisible alloy spine also cleverly conceals the drainage system, enabling positioning away from a wall. Beneath the top container sits a contrasting chrome ring that functions as a towel rail and soap tray surface. The three rotating pieces beneath, each serve as storage volumes. The option to display pure uniformity, or layering circles that move beyond a natural axis of balance, makes the sink an interestingly irregular bathroom focal point.

Decor Type Furniture by Claudio Scotto

Claudio Scotto is a graphic and web designer based in Naples, Italy. In today’s post we would like to feature on of his projects called Decor Type. Decor Type is a furniture catalog with a very special design. It’s characterized by features of the most commonly used typographic fonts by designers. This collection includes chairs, bookshelves, tables and other furniture and each item has some alphabetical symbol in its design. Just take a look!

Tilia by Alicja Prussakowska

Alicja Prussakowska has designed Tilia, a freestanding hanger that doubles as a seat. “This object was designed to be fitted in the hall space.While designing the form of the hanger I was inspired by shape of the grass blowing in the breeze. Sublime detail highlight the beauty and nobility of the wood and presents the value of traditional craft. The associations with the human-friendly natural environment and the feeling of comfort and freedom of use, the originality and uniqueness of this piece of furniture as a master work of human hands, distinguish this hanger among mass-produced furniture.”

The Infrastructure Series by Vivian Beer

Vivian Beer has designed a collection of sculptural benches named the Infrastructure Series. “The Infrastructure series is a study of ubiquitous architectural public works through the public/intimate format of benches…Juxtaposing industrial material with soft sensual curves that reflect our body’s architecture; these pieces are a play on our expectations. To me the ironic, visceral and sensual reaction to the conflicting “purposes” of the materials is a rich playground of meaning. Each piece has a physiological component in its design through a specific use and the relationship that it sets up between people using it.”

Scribble Furniture Design From Hand Sketches

Artist Jin il Park created the "Drawing Furniture" collection where each of 5 pieces was made out of line drawings that began as 2 dimensional figures on a sketch pad. Each unique furniture piece was created with varying thicknesses of wire, only to replicate line weights created by an ink pen. A table, two lamps and two chairs are the sole units in this collection, showcasing their viability and uniqueness amongst a world of furniture design. Spot welding, hammering and a ton of patience went into creating this awesome collection. Take a look!

“Sweeties” Furniture Series Cupcake Stool and Biscuit Table

Designer Boggy Chan has created this series of furniture in the form of playfully enlarging sweets. Called “Sweeties” the series consists of cupcake stool and biscuit table. Combining an enthusiasm for food with industrial design, the yummy items were scaled-up to their correct proportion. The series features a cupcake stool with an adjustable height that can move from 30cm to 50cm depending on the user or occasion. Constructed mainly from sustainable polyurethane the curved edges of the cupcake’s “melting” icing were formed naturally by gravity. The cream inside of the sandwich cookies table is made from polyurethane. Take a look!

The Living Cube by Till Koenneker

Designer Till Koenneker has created The Living Cube, a solution for storage in small apartments. “I moved into a apartment studio without storage room. So i made a minimalistic cube design with a shelf for my vinyl collection, my TV, Clothes and Shoes. On the cube is a guest bed and inside the cube is a lot of storage space. Remo from Schreinerei Holzlabor transferred my sketches very beautifully.”

Impressive Knitted Furniture

Knitting and crochet are techniques that’s often used in high-end design. Monika and Kasia Gwiazdowska, two twin sisters founded Monomoka, create really impressive furniture items using these complicated techniques. Each piece consists of individual handmade parts that are then sewn together to form a larger whole. In this post we’ve gathered some of their unique pieces. Take a look!