Design archive for 2010-10-30

Modern Cuckoo Clock

(8 years ago)
DWR has lots of great new stuff, but I really love this modern cuckoo clock designed by Ingolf Haas. Related posts:Icona Cuckoo Clock The Clock Clock by Humans Since 1982 Cassia Wood Alarm Clock Discover more great design by following Design Milk on Twitter and Facebook! © 2010 Design Milk | Posted by Jaime in [...]

Colorcril

(8 years ago)
Designed by Mariella Leal | Country: Brazil “Minimalist paint can designs for Colorcril. The idea is to categorize the product by color. The color of the can is the same color as the paint inside.”

Dune by Rainer Mutsch

(8 years ago)
During Vienna Design Week, Rainer Mutsch showed a preview of a new outdoor furniture system for the traditional Austrian manufacturer Eternit called Dune. Dune is a modular furniture system consisting of five combinable modules: each one of them is molded out of an whole fiber cement-panel. Fiber cement is a 100% natural and fully recyclable [...]

DUO

(8 years ago)
Duo is a cabinet consisting of an old cabinet integrated into a modern furniture. Within today's busy society, the human needs memories, affection and..

M Residence Renovation in Japan by Case-Real

(8 years ago)
For the renovation of this M Residence by Case-Real, the designers focused on creating a true loft atmosphere even without the high ceilings or exposed ductwork. This is a studio apartment that — thanks to the implementation of a great layout — looks and feel bigger that it really is. Plenty of storage and well [...]

Barbara I Gongini

(8 years ago)
These sculptural and hard-looking pieces are by Danish designer Barbara I Gongini and available at I Don’t Like Mondays. Related posts:Tusk Shirt Santa Barbara II in Argentina by Arquitectonika Barbara Barry for Ann Sacks Discover more great design by following Design Milk on Twitter and Facebook! © 2010 Design Milk | Posted by Jaime in [...]

Piloh

(8 years ago)
Piloh is a project that aims to save old, damaged objects from ending up collecting dust in attics, basements and landfills and gives them a new lease on life. Using the idea of conflict and opposing materials, Piloh creates artistic pieces such as lamps, chairs and vases that make these unusable items useful once again. [...]

E.R. Butler & Co. Window by Lítill and Annie Larson

(8 years ago)
This window installation was a collaboration between Lítill and Annie Larson for the E.R. Butler & Co. windows on Prince and Lafayette in Soho. E.R Butler made the beautiful bronze rhombehedron for the show — it’s massive and very heavy with a Drôg design Lítill terrarium dripping off of it. The other pieces were created [...]

Nest by Misha Kahn

(8 years ago)
Misha Kahn recently presented us with her unique deer-shaped cabinet and now she has another very curious piece called Nest. According to Misha, Nest is “a recent exploration of combining a variety of mid-century appropriations with a giant nest, proposing a more contemporary object that welcomes endless acquirement.” Related posts:Cabinet by Misha Kahn MISHA Ghost [...]

Side by Side

(8 years ago)
Side by Side is a non-profit German company that I discovered while at Tendence 2010. They design and create products that are simply beautiful, sometimes clever and always unique. The company, which launched back in 2002, works with 20 young designers on their contemporary design collection, consisting of 48 products that range from a clothes [...]

TJOKEEFE

(8 years ago)
Chicago-based design studio TJOKEEFE creates simple architecturally-inspired furniture. They remind me a little bit of Faktura. Chair IV Chair IV is the skeleton of a chair reconstructed as a geometric puzzle. Comprised of solid wood and finished in two sheens of paint, it is a versatile dining chair able to coalesce with a variety of [...]

Friday Five with Meghan McEwen of Designtripper

(8 years ago)
Photo: Marvin Shaouni Photography Meghan McEwen is the co-founder and editor of Designtripper.com — a new blog dedicated to design-related travel with an emphasis on places to stay: indie/boutique/family-owned/design/artist-designed hotels, inns, B&Bs, vacation homes, haciendas, villas, lodges, farms, ryokans, riads, hostels, treehouses and even tricked-out tents and campervans. The editor in chief of Modern Luxury’s [...]

Warehouse by Shinichi Ogawa & Associates

(8 years ago)
Japanese architects Shinichi Ogawa & Associates have completed this house in Hiroshima, Japan, with one wall glazed in sliding panels that open onto a grassy courtyard. (more…)

Lunar Console Table

(8 years ago)
Slender and elegant design which conceals some intricate furniture making techniques. The 'telescopic' front design lends a futuristic twist to a piec..

‘Scope’ by Uwe Fischer Industrial Design for COR (DE) at Orgatec 2010

(8 years ago)
The German manufacturer for upholstery furniture COR presents this new sofa system for reception and waiting areas designed by Uwe Fischer Industrial Design at this year’s Orgatec in Cologne. Due to the upright back the pieces are easy to rearrange, extend or group. The backrest can be heightened in order to create a subtle space [...]

Penhaligon’s Christmas Gift Collection

(8 years ago)
Designed by jkr | Country: United Kingdom “This month sees the launch of the new Penhaligon’s Christmas gift collection. The gift boxes, which are based on the theme of anthropomorphic animals, deliver a bespoke gifting solution for the boutique perfumer. Briefed with delivering eccentricity and decadence, the new collection creates a fantasy world in keeping [...]

Microsoft Office for Mac 2011

(8 years ago)
Country: United States The new packaging for Microsoft’s Office for Mac 2011 is easy on the eyes for a change. We’d love to know who is responsible for this work.

Dezeen archive: bridges

(8 years ago)
Following our story earlier this week on Planning Korea’s bridge for Seoul incorporating a library and museum (read it here), we’ve gathered together a selection of stories from the Dezeen archives featuring brilliant bridges. See all the stories »


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