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Geometry with the Okto cabinet by Jasserstudio

Okto cabinet by Jasser van Oort The mesmerising Okto cabinet by Jasser van Oort is a 1st generation computer designed cabinet still showing it’s underlying pixel- and geometrystructure. That is normally used to create it’s organic form and colour. The cabinet is inspired on the transformative characteristics of an octopus. The octopus is a master […]

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Painterly Spectrum resin by Taeg Nishimoto

“Painterly spectrum resin” is a table lamp that brings colors and their associations into a space as an object It is made of epoxy resin cast on the surface of parchment paper on which different color strokes are applied beforehand using latex paint, evoking the image of distant sky, water or landscape. When it’s lit, the […]

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Floresta | Frivolous & Rhythmical Design By Michel Gallus

Floresta is a coffee table with the ideas of the Art Nouveau in a modern timeframe The creator of Floresta Michel Gallus is Born and raised in Alkmaar (Netherlands), yet still outlandish in his own country. Michel is still going a long way in becoming both a graphic and furniture designer. During his studies on […]

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The up-coming of anatomic and disturbing decorated ceramics

The New English The Vivienne Westwood of tableware The New English brand smacks you right between the eyes. They’ve been described as ‘the Vivienne Westwood of tableware’ and I think that’s about right. From a series of plates that, when arranged correctly, make up a human skeleton (titled ‘supermodel’), to anatomically correct bone china hearts […]

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Belgium Design: Milan Design Week 2016 shows talent

Salone Del Mobile follows in great design Not only are we Dutchies doing well on the design market, Belgium is also gifted with new interesting talent. The intimacy providing alcoves of Pierre-Emmanuel Vandeputte Design Studio is called ‘Nascondino’ stands out and the designs by Maarten de Ceulaer are stunning and precise. Designs you don’t want […]

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Launch Milan: Ivy the new Clutch for Maison 203 Clutch by Odo Fioravanti

Milan Design Week 2016: official launch at la Rinascente in Milan Geometric surfaces intertwine and create new star-shaped figures in the second clutch by Odo Fioravanti for the emerging brand of fashion-design accessories. The result of this geometric and rational research paradoxically leads to a decorative effect: it happens that the overlapping surfaces of the […]

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Dutch design in Milan a preview of the new gen

The 55th edition of the Salone del Mobile in Milan Milan is running about, (in style off course) there is a rush, things are coming. The biggest design event of the year is standing for their nose. Not only Milan but everyone in the business is exited. So are we because we are well represented […]

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Dutch Design: Marc Th. van der Voorn the Hole Chair

Introduction HOLE chair After the introduction of the HOLE chair at the furniture fair in Paris and Stockholm, it is now the turn of the Netherlands to meet the ‘chair with gaps’. The chair is named after the two recesses in the seat where the front legs stick out. This makes a surprising detail, something […]

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