Photography by Duffy London Christopher Duffy and Dario Costa have designed The Balloon Table (Balance) for Duffy London. Inspired by a single helium, foil balloon, the designers created a limited edition table that’s a playful trompe l’oeil on buoyancy and balance. Photography by Duffy London To create the table, the designers used very latest large-scale 3D […]
Netherlands-based designers Lennart and Lauren Leerdam, have created a steel stool that’s inspired by one of the biggest icons in industrial mass production, the classic tin can. After researching how tin cans are made from rolling a thin metal sheet into a mathematical round shape that’s combined with pressing lines upon the form, […]
Tech startup Bumblebee Spaces is freeing up floorspace in small apartments with robotic furniture that drops from the ceiling and is controlled by an AI “butler”. Bumblebee Spaces has designed a range of modular furniture and storage that can descend from and retract into the ceiling to change a room’s function, or create more floorspace. An artificial intelligence
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Works by Australian designer Charles Trevelyan, including skeletal-looking furniture and monolithic marble benches, are currently on show at New York’s Carpenters Workshop Gallery. Trevelyan, who runs London-based Studio Trevelyan, came up with the concept for the Fuse benches when walking along the coastline in his native Australia. He spotted “surf-rounded pebbles that had fractured off from
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Italian furniture brand DePadova has opened its first US showroom in New York City, where products are presented alongside items from its parent company Boffi and sister label MA/U Studio. The DePadova store spans 4,000 square feet (371 square metres) across the third floor of a historic building, which boasts high ceilings and large windows, on
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In our final P.O.D.System Architecture movie, architects Joanna Grant and Jimenez Lai of Bureau Spectacular explain their playful high-rise architecture concept that also functions as furniture or a cat tower at different scales. Los Angeles studio Bureau Spectacular’s design for P.O.D.System Architecture – a collaboration between Dezeen and adidas Originals – is a 1:100 scale
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Lithuanian designer Gaudute Zilyte, has created REDDOT, a modern armchair, whose main intention is the appearance of a bright 2D projection within the piece. The seat, made from an elastic material, tightens as the person sits down, allowing the chair to adapt to the weight of the person, and therefore creating a comfortable […]
Israeli sculptor and industrial designer Erez Mor, has created the ‘Bubbles’ soft seating system, made from a collection of knitted balls joined by a connector. The soft seating system, which was inspired by ball pits, has three different ball sizes, and by moving the balls, you can change the way the system is used […]
A side table can massively elevate a room’s function and comfort, but we know all too well how easy it is for them to fall leeway to bad style or non-existence in smaller spaces. Yes, tiny homes and tight quarters call for careful curation, but you shouldn’t have to nix such an important piece of […]
Ukrainian based design studio MZPA [mazepa], have added to their collection of modern office furniture with ‘The Planet for Two’. Having previously designed it for a single person, they’ve now enlarged the design, creating enough room for two people to sit, enabling them to have a small meeting in a crowded office, without being behind […]