Two projects by Belgian designer Raphael Charles, whose recycled film vases were spotted at ICFF. His ‘33T’ project is seat/storage container, while ‘Stars’ is a reconfigurable lighting fixture that gives the impression of a constellation.
Cristian Zuzunaga loves pixels. Not only did he design the slick Springfield sofa and steel armed chair for Moroso, Zuzunaga also created an amazing menswear collection based on his pixel passion.
A sofa takes an unusual turn in Lila Jang’s ‘Canape’. The piece was recently part of an exhibition called Parcours Saint-Germain in Paris.
Designer Lincoln Kayiwa sent me an email sharing photos of his latest creation called Tukaani – a sterling silver alternative to the chopstick.
New work from architect Vincent Van Duysen. His latest collection, called ‘Primitives’, is a series of containers made from wood and brass.
More cardboard creations from the skillful hands of Giles Miller – this time in the form of a grandfather clock and wardrobe.
In her ‘White Plastic Chair’ series, designer Tina Roeder transforms old, decaying lawn chairs into objects of beauty. Each chair is individually perforated and sanded to create a unique piece.
French studio 5.5 Designers have created made-to-measure seating based on an individual’s weight and posture. The chairs and stools are part of the group’s amazing Cloning series, where everything from furniture to combs are made to order (and made to fit).