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Looking at the post that Emma and Annaleenas Hemdid about the Stockholm Furniture Fair ,I got in a black, gray and white mood. Don’t miss the green room from the Danish design school at Annaleenas Hem blog.


Evan and Oliver Haslegrave, the brotherly design duo behind half a dozen New York City restaurants and shops including the Manhattan Inn, duckduck and Goat Town open their Greenpoint loft to the Scout Magazine team, ¡¡¡Get some inspiration!!!

images & text taken from: the Scout Magazine  

Since I started this blog I have been collecting in a personal online way my favorites Designers, for this and more coming post I thought it would be interesting see this designs in a real atmosphere, today Manolo´s Yllera portfolio helps !

images from: MANOLO YLLERA

Marie Thurnauer lives in France, and graduated from Ecole Nationale de Creation Industrielle in 1989. She runs her own design company Petites Productions “People appreciating my work ask if I’m a Swedish designer, and I do feel related, I like the very simple straight forms and the functionality of Scandinavian design, it’s an obvious reference for my work.” Marie’s designs are honestly straightforward and direct with a minimalist simplicity, offering clever solutions for the everyday. But not always. Some years ago she made the blogosphere with quite a contrary design, her Noose lamp shaped as a Hangman’s knot made from optical fibers. “Lots of prototypes are presented at the design fairs, and when there is no company picking it up, people will say it’s great anyway, and suddenly call it a piece of art instead of design. So I thought, I can do that too, as a provocation of course!”

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miso lamp
Chair skis
moose valet
Noose Hanging Lamp
to read more go to : petites-productions
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Jose Manuel Ferrero
Tea Collection
Tea Collection
paper mountain
Vondom Vases
to read more go to : Estudi Hac
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London based Product Designer Mathias Hahn was born 1977 in Germany, and graduated from Essen University, Germany, as Diplom Designer for Industrial Design in 2004. During his studies in Germany he worked as a freelance designer on several projects with industry and gained experience in the Product Design department of Volkswagen in Wolfsburg, Germany. Since his move to London he graduated from the MA Design Products course at the Royal College of Art under Ron Arad in 2006 and worked as a freelance designer for Tom Dixon. Late 2006 he was one of the founding members of OKAY studio.Mathias is attracted by the material integrity and longevity of everyday objects – in opposition to fast, ephemeral product consumption. His recent work explores traditional technologies and materials, while introducing basic mechanical principles and applications.Transforming these into simple but useful objects he takes a twisted angle at familiar object categories, in order to find new fields of application.

Wooden Chair
A Vase

E8 – table
Lantern – height adjustable light

Scantling Lamp – ceiling lamp
Scantling Lamp – floor lamp


To read more go to : Mathias Hahn

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factory 20 is a multi-disciplinary art and design collective which strives to create an ever-evolving nonlinear consumer lifestyles collection. Discovering intrinsically valuable decorative arts and furnishings to convey a different impression of 20th century design. Reclaiming salvaged materials, using uncommon combinations and adhering to modernist tenets.

SA, c.1960s. Southern California International Style Mid Century Vintage Keppel Poolside String Chairs.

USA, c. 1960s. George Kovacs Laminated Plywood Sculpture Table Lamp. Grass Cloth Shade Splitting on Top Rim.

USA, c.1910s. Wonderfully Preserved Vintage Industrial Relic. Office Clerks Wire Waste Basket.

USA, c.1920s Vintage Surveyors Maple and Brass Adjustable Tripod Lamp.

USA, c.1930s. The Ironrite Ironer Co. Design. Health Chair. All Steel Construction. Excellent Vintage Condition. Sound and Solid, Fully Usable. Retains Label.

To read more go to :factory 20

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