So you’ve got some tiny plants and you’ve got a few bananas and orange you need stored somewhere in your kitchen but you just cant find the space, right? Check this design out. It’s called Cocoon and it’s made for kitchen storage. It’s made to be a storage unit that combines decoration, storage, and cultivation for the kitchen and the kitchen window. It’s got an organic shape so the plants will love you, and it’s got an alcove for all your round and banana-shaped belongings.
In this container you can store spices and fruits, allowing you both colour and life in the kitchen without taking up space on your tiny counters. Cocoon is made of a clay that’s able to absorb water from cultivation, and when it evaporates, the storage is cooled. Sounds like a total package!
Wicked second Chair by Anthony Hartley
Mr Smith the Second is a multi-coloured laminated beech chair by UK furniture designer Anthony Hartley. Using both his skills as a cabinet maker and education in contemporary furniture design, Hartley makes each piece by hand from original drawings to finished product.
"Mr Smith" Chair by Anthony Hartley
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Today on D’SIGN Screen an interview with FERROLIGHT. a Dutch Design company, near Rotterdam. With a broad collection of exclusive lamps. The people behind FERROLIGHT are Ferdinand and Marike Verbeek. They founded FERROLICHT in 1999 and build it in to a high standard company. Re-known for perfection in design and …
A different corner for Starck
Created by French designer Philippe Starck for Baccarat, the 'Marie Coquine' standing lamp sets a crystal chandelier into an umbrella suspended in mid-air, layering imagery and texturesin a display both imaginative and functional.
"Marie Coquine" by Philippe Starck
The piece incorporates a 12-light zénith chandelier into an umbrella, with an ivory …