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  • Remyxologie

  • From the 6th to the 13th September «Future Heritage 2 – Remyxologie» B&B Italia 35, rue du Bac 75007 Paris Design Week As part of the Paris Design Week, the Cognac producer Rémy Martin presents the "Remyxologie" project as part of the exhibition "Future Heritage 2" at B&B Italia. This collection of objec[...]
  • NEW Roll

  • NEW Roll Calendario perpetuo in faggio tinto naturale , grafica in Tyvek stampato fronteretro , segnadata in acciaio verniciato rosso. Dimensioni: cm 14,5x14x7,5 Chi sono: Lo studio Sovrappensiero é attivo nel settore del product e furniture design dal 2007 sott0 la direzione di Ernesto Iadevaia (1982) e Lorenzo De R[...]
  • Italy on your desk

  • SOUVENIRS Designed for Bozu SOUVENIRS is a series of five desk accessories that offers a new interpretation of the most iconic Italian monuments. These ceramic object are functional, ironic and - despite being something linked to the past - are extremely contemporary. The Mole Antonelliana, the Pantheon, the Colo[...]
  • Statera: Fiona O'Leary + Giorgia Zanellato

  • Statera is an object made for the workplace. As our lives get busier, our work/life balance can become destabilised leaving us susceptible to mental and physical stress. By using the therapeutic properties of plants, we can improve our working environment bringing a positive effect to our wellbeing.Coming from the Lati[...]
  • Honey, I'm home!!

  • Designer Luz Cabrera in collaboration with Malorie Pangilinan have designed “Honey I’m Home”, a beehive-shaped key holder with matching keychains. The concept behind the project is the iconic phrase, “Honey, I’m Home,” of the 50′s that drew images of the American Dream and being able to come home after a long day to yo[...]
  • Unidentified

  • Unidentified is a family of objects designed to be ambiguous, suggesting function rather than dictating it and leaving their ultimate purpose in the world  up to the user. Inspired by examples of object ‘misuse’ and everyday thoughtless acts, each object, designed by Bruno Shillinger, aims to encourage moments of seren[...]
  • TIME IS DANCING - WALL CLOCK

  • Time is customarily displayed in a purely graphical way with numbers on clock faces. On such clocks time goes by in a quite impersonal way. Thus the first thing we think of when we see the clock is upcoming appointments and the permanent time pressure that we seem to be subjected to. But time is more than that. This [...]
  • AirType

  • AirType is a hardware and machine learning startup based in Austin, Texas. Imagine a keyboard that fits in the palm of your hand. One that allows you to type on any surface, or none.  AirType learns the finger movements you make to get the letters that you want. It's no different from typing on a keyboard. AirType clip[...]
  • Kickstarter campaign: Loop by LaSelva Studio

  • Only 23 days to go  to reach LaSelva studio's goal. Loop appears as the minimum expression, a wall hook consisting of a thin sheet of metal or plastic, a wooden body and two screws. You can see the video and help with the kickstarter campaign following this link and read Domus article about this playful object on this[...]
  • Mediumwave

  • This project by Jake Rich  looks to address the way domestic technology is designed  and exists within our homes.  Mediumwave is a microwave that prioritises the relationship we have with it - both in terms of how its used and how we live with it.
  • Sweeper & Dustpan

  • Most of dustpans sold are a design of low esthetic value. The intention of Jan Kochanski was to design a simple, refined in form and functional solution – an object enjoyable to use. The key innovation is the use of the dustpan’s handle as a funnel. Thanks to that you won’t have problems in removing the dust even to a [...]