Archive for February, 2009

Daniel Hulsbergen

Thursday, February 26th, 2009

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Daniel Hulsbergen, a student at Eindhoven Academy, designed a series of vases encompassing two Dutch traditions. Hulsbergen took broken delft vases and made them whole again using Dutch basketry techniques.

Anna Kravitz

Tuesday, February 24th, 2009

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Swedish designer Anna Kravitz showcased her ‘A Cappella’ table and ‘Beatrix’ sofa during Stockholm Design Week. Her pieces incorporate subtle clothing accessories – in this case a belt and several bright buttons. (via designboom)

Imaginary Office

Monday, February 23rd, 2009

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Pleat-pleats is sofa by Imaginary Office made from clothed polyurethane foam, woven together in a macramé style. (via today and tomorrow)

Camilla Halvorsen

Friday, February 20th, 2009

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Camilla Halvorsen, a young designer from Stockholm, emailed with some of her new work. ‘Drops’ are chairs she made from recycled upholstery fabric, while the colorful ‘Treat’ bowls were created with left over lampshade frames. Her bowls are available on etsy too. Thanks Camilla!

Come Up tp My Room: Room 204

Tuesday, February 17th, 2009

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This installation at Come Up to My Room was designed by Andrew Ooi and Eric Mathew. The ‘Origami’ light created by Ooi is made from Japanese paper.

Come Up to My Room 2009

Monday, February 16th, 2009

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Come Up to My Room’, an annual exhibit at the Gladstone Hotel in Toronto, took place from February 5th-8th. Various designers are invited to transform a space within the hotel and are given free reign to present whatever they please. Above are Kwangho Lee’s beautiful handmade lamps, which were part of the ballroom installation. More photos of the exhibit to come.

Secondome

Monday, February 9th, 2009

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The Italian design gallery/store Secondome recently launched several new glassware collections at Maison & Objet. Above are the [F]utile series and Sede carafes.

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