Design archive for 2010-11-06

Lost in Sofa by Daisuke Motogi

(10 years ago)
Japanese architect Daisuke Motogi has designed the “Lost in Sofa” chair that allows you to insert objects into it, such as a book or a TV remote control. . Description from the designer: Things often get lost under the sofa. It’s ordinary for a coin which slipped out of your pocket, or a never-to-be-found remote [...]

House of contamination

(10 years ago)
At Artissima, accompanied by raumlabor, through their rubbish architecture...A video-story..

Jeremy Wine Co.

(10 years ago)
Designed by 6 West Design | Country: United States “The unique full wrap dieline forms the phonetic ” J ” for Jeremy (why phonetic? “because we want to stimulate all your senses when experiencing these wines”), which also reads as a lowercase ” f ” alluding to the tagline “forty thousand hours in each bottle” [...]

The Cave by Gonzalo Vaíllo Martínez

(10 years ago)
Architecture student Gonzalo Vaíllo Martínez of the Universidad de Alcalá, Spain has designed a conceptual auditorium for the Tate Modern gallery in London. (more…)

Sleepy Chair by Daisuke Motogi Architecture

(10 years ago)
Tokyo 2010: here’s another chair by Japanese design studio Daisuke Motogi Architecture (see our earlier story), this time made from a thin mattress folded into a concertina. (more…)