The Dressed Up Furniture Series from Korean designers and creators KamKam are the cutest things ever! Fun and colorful, these household items are a delightful combination of ordinary activities: the way you dress for work or for going out will enable you to button up your furniture. The primary subject of the furniture collection is to combine garments and furniture. By including color and fun materials, the designers from KamKam made stools, storage rooms and seats. Buttons, belts and pockets were connected to every furniture thing to discover a universe of adolescent diversions from regular issues. KamKam are dependably watchful for new ideas they can change into pragmatic things. They are extremely energized by their Dressed Up Furniture Series: “It will make you feel fresh by blending the well-known components of ordinary activities like securing a button and day by day furniture like stool, stockpiling and bench.“
Gone are the days when mixtapes made our hearts skirt a beat – particularly if the individual you cherish invested their energy picking the best melodies for you. Presently, helping us recollect more straightforward circumstances, designer Jeff Skierka thought of this intriguing Mixtape Table – a coffee table made out of reclaimed maple, walnut and lucite ( straightforward thermoplastic acrylic gum). Secured by a plexiglass tabletop and upheld by three straightforward stands, the Mixtape Coffee Table is the consequence of the designer’s “fixation” – it has been at the forefront of his thoughts for a long time. Exceptionally exhibiting painstakingly considered subtle elements, the table is a 12:1 scaled imitation of a tape – a first model that will be changed into a CNC-cut household item with a glass tabletop to be shown in any habitation. It can even be turned around to (dis)play either side An or side B. All we require now is a tremendous pen to physically rewind it.
The U-(you) bathroom furniture looks like a tilted U and is aimed at a cost-conscious target group with an individual taste. In order to keep production costs low, the production process was reduced to two steps. First the CNC surface finish, followed by thermal moulding. Thanks to their smooth surface the pieces of furniture are easy to assemble and clean. To further enhance the ease of cleaning, 6-mm spacers were developed for wall mounting. In conclusion the U-(you) bathroom furniture has a simple and minimalistic design that looks very good. The U-(you) bathroom furniture is manufactured by Kolpsan
According to Platforma Arquitectura, few pieces of furniture designed the greater part a century ago are still fashionable today. The S 285 desk with steel pipes designed by Marcel Breuer in 1932 happens to be one of them. Tecta factory in Germany is the institution which officially took the designs of the architect forward and started creating the desk again in contemporary times. The furniture piece is exceedingly minimalist, so much so that it reminds one of desk used by state clerks a couple of decades ago. In any case, with a couple of inspired touches and decorative additions, it can easily be integrated in a present day interior, with spectacular results. Just look at the last photograph for a general idea of how this is possible. The Breurer desk is available in white or black and its estimate cost is £1,000 – £1,500 ($1,462 – $2,193).
We’ve shown you a variety of kitchen designs we saw being exhibited at the Salone del Mobile. Well, as we were searching through or picture database today we realized we missed these two. The first design comes with a big sliding door which looks like giant chess board. This is pretty original and can also by quite puzzling for someone who sees this for the first time. Because when we first saw the door, we thought it was actually a mix of individual drawers. The second kitchen that got our attention features vertical cupboards all placed at a perceivable distance on the wall. This arrangement looks very interesting but in the same time hard to clean. Hope you find them both inspiring.
Gray is the hot new “in” shading. It’s as of late taken up front, upstaging it’s neutral cousins, taupe, beige and ivory. Gray is the little black dress for your home. It’s the new must have essential shading that’s current and tense yet immortal and classic. It’s the ideal chameleon as it suits pretty much every room, each temperament and each setting.
Henrique Steyer, the architect from Albus Design in Porto Alegre as of late finished another furniture showroom for FLORENSE, in the city of Teresina. The 8600 sq.ft (800 m²) store was given a Brazilian personality. “The time has come to grab what’s our own and paint our homes with our paints. In the event that we sing our melody, everybody will want to dance to it. Along these lines arises this stylistic layout roused in a chic and intense Brazil“, the architect stated.
We got a unique table venture designed by Horm, entitled “Legnoquadro “. Here is the official statement we were sent: “The spotless forms and fundamental elements of wood meet were exploited to make a thing that consolidations feel and usefulness. The underlying thought fixated on an outfitting adornment that would fit into different household conditions, accusing them of identity. Legnoquadro is a household item made through the reasoning of dematerialization, the possibility of deconstruction that, by subtracting the material quintessence, becomes the genuine hero of the venture. A ultra light, exhumed center, a musical 3D square worked with same-sized, square-based pieces that contrast in tallness. The geometrical self-restraint of the top is made of different wood sorts in differentiating shades. The model’s utilitarian, inventive components lie in the pit that disguises wiring gadgets, while the general agreement of vacant and full spaces is guaranteed by an unobtrusive harmony amongst fracture and smallness; a kind of wooden confuse contributing towards its motivation”. Discover this piece as engaging as we do?