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Derelict Furniture by Tõnis Kalve & Ahti Grünberg

Derelict Furniture by Tõnis Kalve & Ahti Grünberg

Tõnis Kalve & Ahti Grünberg have a unique approach with their Derelict Furniture; they reclaim wood from industrial scrap, selected woodpiles and abandoned sheds, and upcycle it into fine furnishings, where flaws are incorporated adding character to the pieces .

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Divan, mobile and cabinet

The Poetic Design of Lovisa Hansson

Lovisa Hansson’s divan is inspired by the work of German artist Joseph Beuys, and his first room-size installation of the same name, I Want To See My Mountains or Voglio vedere le mie montagne in Italian with a shape taken from the Swiss Alps.

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Karbon, chaiselongue, galerie kreo, 2008, © KGID, photo: galerie kreo, fabrice gousse

Konstantin Grcic at the Vitra Design Museum

The VITRA design museum is devoting it’s latest exhibition to Konstantin Grcic. For the occasion, the designer has created several installations, one over thirty meters long, which encompass his view of life and the future with his half-experimental, half-industrial aesthetic.

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Maximo Riera | the millennial console collection

Maximo Riera: the Millennial Console Collection

In his Millennial Console collection, spanish artist Maximo Riera has up-cycled debris of millenarian olive tree wood. The found pieces came from the south of Spain in an area well known for its tradition in olive oil production, one of the finest and purest in the world.

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Alcove Plume by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Vitra

Alcove Plume Sofa by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec

Alcove Plume Sofa by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec

Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec added new pieces to Alcove Plume series. the addition is a low-slung sofa with an emphasis on casual comfort. Vitra, the editor, presented the series for furnishing show IMM in Cologne.

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The Work of Jonah Takagi

Clothes Horse

The Clothes Horse by Jonah Takagi

Jonah Takagi works as a fulltime designer these days but he paid his dues on the road with Washington D.C. indie bands.

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Hard Goods: Furniture out of Concrete

Modern Muskoka Chair

Modern Muskoka Chair with cushion

Hard Goods is a line of concrete and steel furniture. It was founded in 2012 by Brandon Gore of Gore Design Co. Originally a creative outlet and personal project that allowed him to explore new materials and processes, Hard Goods soon became its own entity as Gore connected with clients who valued his design aesthetic and fine craftsmanship.

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The Work of Line Depping

Line Depping stool: simplicity and amazing balance

Line Depping stool: simplicity and amazing balance

The idiom of Line Depping is simple: form is determined by function. A driving force in her working process is seeing a reason for making a new piece of furniture. The Copenhagen based designer, who launched her furniture line after completing design school in 2010, pays a special emphasis to form and material, often using wood.

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Atlas Table by the Fundamental Group

Atlas Table by the The Fundamental Group
The Atlas Table by the Fundamental Group is inspired by the Atlas Mountains. The table is hand crafted out of solid oak. A new technique is used to make the most of a precious tree, painstakingly bonding chunky blocks of wood and planing the surface at a 45 degree angle to reveal an amazing surface.

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Georg by Christina Liljenberg

Georg stool and table by Christina Liljenberg

Georg stool and table by Christina Liljenberg

Christina Liljenberg initially made the stool Georg  for the exhibition Mindcraft12. Since then it has grown to a family consisting of stool, bench, mirror, bracket table and clothes rack with hangers.

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Violane d’Harcourt: Fanfan Dressing Table

Fanfan dressing table

Fanfan dressing table

Fanfan is a narrow and mobile dressing table designed by Violane d’Harcourt. It can be posed against a wall, against a table or in a corner. it can easily fit into a small space.

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Bambi Chair by Hisakazu Shimizu

Bambi Chair by Hisakazu Shimizu

Bambi Chair by Hisakazu Shimizu

Hisakazu Shimizu, designer of the chair and co-founder of Tokyo-based S&O design explains that he was inspired by the 1940s animated film about a young deer.

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Kelly chairs by Claesson Koivisto Rune

kelly seats by Cleasson for Tacchini : green and blue

kelly seats by Cleasson for Tacchini : green and blue

The stockholm-based design studio claesson koivisto rune has collaborated with italian furniture company tacchini to develop ‘kelly’ a family of chairs influenced by the block colours and simple shapes found in the work of American minimalist artist Ellsworth Kelly.

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