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Andy Warhol x FABRICK x Karimoku Easy Seating

DesignComments ⋅ Apr 23, 2012
Wood manufacturing company Karimoku has teamed with FABRICK on a stylish piece of furniture draped in legendary artwork from Andy Warhol. The camouflage print is available in blue, pink and green in a range of selections including single seat, two-se...

Tanner Goods by Ryan Bush Short Film

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 20, 2012
In this short film, Ryan Bush explores the process behind the creation of Tanner Goods’ finely crafted leather belts. Creative Director of the Portland-based manufacturer, Sam Huff, further discusses the durability of their preferred natural hi...

Karim Rashid’s Float Sofa for Sancal

DesignComments ⋅ Apr 19, 2012
Presented at Salone del Mobile 2012, the Float Sofa from New York-based designer Karim Rashid features sensibilities we’ve seen from him in the past. Commissioned for Spanish imprint Sancal, the sofa is a collection of colorful and plush shapes...

IKEA Revisits Past with PS Collection

DesignComments ⋅ Apr 19, 2012
It isn’t often that designers get a second crack at their creations no matter if it’s in the world of fashion, architecture or design. Yet, IKEA is doing just that as they’ve announced plans to revisit their Scandinavian past with t...

G-Star RAW for Vitra “Prouve RAW” Furniture Collection

DesignComments ⋅ Apr 18, 2012
Initially debuting with a display at Art Basel in June of 2011, today marks the launch of the G-Star RAW for Vitra Prouve RAW Furniture Collection. A reinterpretation of a number of pieces designed by French modernist Jean Prouve, the collection incl...

Furniture Maker Sebastian Cox Short Film

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 17, 2012
UK furniture maker Sebastian Cox is a specialist in his craft, but not only for his woodworking designs. Cox is also dedicated to sourcing his production from environmentally sustainable Coppiced Hazel woodlands – plants which are capable of gr...

Aliante Bookshelf by Davide Anzalone

DesignComments ⋅ Apr 16, 2012
The Aliante Bookshelf is a project developed for the Carbon Fiber Design Contest whose aim was to promote the use of the material – with its intrinsic characteristics of strength and lightness. The idea behind the Aliante Bookshelf was to creat...

Mutation Series Furniture by Maarten De Ceulaer

DesignComments ⋅ Apr 8, 2012
Belgian designer Maarten De Ceulaer debuts the organically-inspired “Mutation Series” Furniture. As the name implies, the series drew its form via the visuals recalled from natural processes of cell mutation. Building upon foundations of...

CUTLINE Furniture by SMOOTH PLANE

DesignComments ⋅ Mar 26, 2012
Incorporating both a level of functionality and contemporary elegance into their latest design, Alessandro Busana and his team at SMOOTH PLANE introduce the CUTLINE Furniture Collection. Building upon the juxtaposition of slopped, asymmetrical linewo...

PEEP Storage Units by Note Design Studio

DesignComments ⋅ Feb 27, 2012
In working with large, dark buildings, Note Design Studio noticed that office furniture often swallows up the available light from natural light sources like windows. Hence, the creation of the PEEP Storage Units – functional pieces that allow...

The Making of Series 7 by Arne Jacobsen

DesignComments ⋅ Feb 23, 2012
Watch how the iconic and original Series 7 Chair designed by Arne Jacobsen is produced. This pressure-molded veneer chair is one of the most sold chairs in furniture history and is a further development of the famous Ant Chair which was designed by A...

Snoopy by IKSOS – BERLIN for Versus

DesignComments ⋅ Jan 23, 2012
The latest offering from IKSOS – BERLIN comes in the form of the Snoopy Armchair and Sofa designed for Danish manufacturer, Versus. Harking back to the days of post-WWII pieces, when furniture was marketed as “comfortable” more than...

nendo @ Maison & Objet 2012

DesignComments ⋅ Jan 10, 2012
During Maison & Objet in Paris, Japanese design studio nendo unveiled a number of exhibitions, none more interesting than “Object Dependencies,” which showed off their unique pairing of dysfunctional design and art. The “Object...

Contemporary Chinese Furniture by Shao Fan

DesignComments ⋅ Jan 10, 2012
Shao Fan is a painter, sculptor and designer in Beijing famous for innovative “reconstructive” furniture. His work deconstructs boundaries between fine art and applied design, marrying classical Ming wood carving techniques with contempor...

Piet Side Tables by Hugo Passos

CultureComments ⋅ Dec 18, 2011
Portuguese-born and London-based designer Hugo Passos has brought together design sensibilities he’s acquired over his many years in the industry for his Piet Side Tables. Featuring an asymmetrical leg structure in solid walnut with contrasting...