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Best of design week Milan, Stockholm, London, and New York 2013

Best of New Furniture

Each year the design weeks from all over the world, are something to look forward to. Where an overwhelming amount of furniture and products are released each year. Starting in February with the Stockholm Design Week, followed by Design junction Milan in April. We keep you posted of course. But before we start the new series, we show you as a reminder, our succinct summary of the best furniture released at 2013.

Left to right: MILAN - OMA The Ideal House, NENDO, collaboration These collaborative pieces of furniture, designed by Luca Nichetto and Oki Sato, Andreason & Leibel Tower Desk, Bikini-Wood-by-Werner-Aisslinger-for-Moroso, Glas Italia Deep Sea, Georg Jensen Tea With Georg
Milan Design Week 2013

Left to right: OMA The Ideal House, NENDO – These collaborative pieces of furniture, designed by Luca Nichetto and Oki Sato, Andreason & Leibel Tower Desk, Bikini-Wood-by-Werner-Aisslinger-for-Moroso, Glas Italia Deep Sea, Georg Jensen Tea With Georg.

Left to right: New York, Primo Shelving System, Casey Lurie, Manual Coffeemaker, Craighton Berman, Dorit Candle Holders, Pelle, Cartesian Chairs, Alexander Purcell Rodrigues, Echo, Bec Brittain
New York Design Week 2013

Left to right: Primo Shelving System, Casey Lurie, Manual Coffeemaker, Craighton Berman, Dorit Candle Holders, Pelle, Cartesian Chairs, Alexander Purcell Rodrigues, Echo, Bec Brittain.

Stockholm Design Week 2013
Stockholm Design Week 2013

Left to right: Linea by Luca Nichetto, Ski Coat Rack by Nendo, The Woods by Stokke, Austad and Andreas Engesvik, Lucy by Johanson Design.

London Design Week 2013
London Design Week 2013

Left to right: Udukuri Credenza by Jo Nagasaka for Established & Sons, Dixon’s rough and the Smooth copper- and brass-based collection, Scott Eaton from the Venus Design Studio and the Venus of Cupertino iPad docking station, 62-Series Desk, Greta Grossman for Gubi, Beth Lewis-Williams’s lithophane Globe lights.


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