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.

Volcanic Basalt Furniture by Maffam Freeform

Today we will show not only single example of creative furniture but the whole collection. The following line of indoor/outdoor furniture and objects are made from volcanic basalt fibers and natural resin. This line was created by company Maffam Freeform headed by Latvian designer Raimonds Cirulis. The shapes and textures of the pieces are beautiful and just as interesting as the material they’re made from. "Basalt is a dark-colored rock that’s most often formed from lava flow. They take the molten basalt rocks and stretch them through a special spinner, which creates the fiber yarn needed to construct the furniture. The process is done by hand which means each piece of furniture is truly one-of-a-kind. The material is ultra durable making it perfect for outdoor use." Take a look!