Archive | June, 2010

‘Land Peel’ Mat by Shin Yamashita

25 Jun

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‘Land Peel’ designed by Shin Yamashita, a student at the Kyoto Institute of Technology, is made by panels which can be lifted in order to create various furniture objects.

‘Land Peel’ can turn into a comfortable seating item, a table or a writing desk just by doing a few simple moves. When it is not used, it can simply be packed up and stored in a locker somewhere.

’380 Tiles’ Stools by Vicolo Paglia Corta

18 Jun

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Scavenged keys from discarded Apple laptops are turned into tile mosaics by Bologna’s Vicolo Paglia Corta. The tiles, made from a total of 9500 keys, are used for the top of 25 oak stools that fall into one of three themes: letters, numbers and symbols.

‘BOXETTI’ Furniture Collection by Roland Landsbergs

11 Jun

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The ‘Boxetti‘ collection by Roland Landsbergs is driven by three basic design principles – functionality, advanced technologies and contemporary aesthetics of minimalism. Each of ‘Boxetti’ modules is designed to achieve maximum efficiency of particular demands for functionality and suitability. Continue reading

‘Screen’ by Loris and Livia

4 Jun

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The ‘Screen’ by Loris and Livia can be used to divide a room, provide privacy or give shelter from light. The fabric blinds can be rolled up to expose the frame so that the screen becomes a clothes rack.

Dimensions Closed 180 x 50 x 9 cm Open 180 x 200 x 2 cm

Materials Solid oak, textile, nylon