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  • Nendo for Walt Disney Japan

  • Nendo has designed a glassware collection for Walt Disney Japan, based on Winnie the Pooh and his friends. The basic glass cup and bottle shapes are complemented by silicon lids that recreate some of Winnie the Pooh’s more famous activities: climbing trees, putting his head in a jar of honey and hanging from a balloon.[...]
  • airvase - moyamoya by Torafu Architects

  • This is a paper bowl produced by Kami no Kousakujo that envelopes air. It is possible to create various shapes by pulling it in different directions. The paper is thin and light, but when expanded it is rigid and strong enough to stand alone. Torafu Architects have depicted a unique world view by arranging works of ar[...]
  • Branches

  • Dalton, design by La Mamba and produced by the Spanish home&accessories editor Omelette-ed, is a collection of dry food containers. They can be placed anywhere as a decorative element without neglecting their functionality. They are available in three sizes to store different types of food (sugar, rice, tea, vegeta[...]
  • Squeezer by Studio Klass

  • Squeezing juice is a necessary but often boring job that just needs to be done. That is how the Italian designers of Studio Klass see it, and this observation led them to the idea of creating a design for Norman Copenhagen that could make squeezing the juice from lemons, grapes, oranges and lime fruits a fun task inste[...]
  • reversed volumes - Leaves - for PCM

  • As a complement of the ‘Reversed Volumes’ bowls by mischer’traxler, PCM presents this series of platters made by capturing the imprint of leaves of various species, sizes and colors. To create the design, the space between a leaf and the container was filled up with casting material. Once cast and dried the veins and w[...]
  • Meanwhile Curiosities

  • Meanwhile Curiosities by the multidisciplinary design studio epiforma is a conceptual representation of time. Combining together an exploration of new structures, unexpected combinations of materials and playful use of colour while distorting the objects meaning and its aesthetic associations, but maintaining an intens[...]
  • Renversé

  • The form of  Renversé by the French designer Paul Menand is deliberately simple, timeless, thus defining the simplicity of the chosen colors of these two prototypes. The original idea was to present an object "2 in 1", that offers a different solution in which you can put a small daisy, but also a large lily flower.  I[...]
  • Seams by Benjamin Hubert

  • Seams is a collection of five large ceramic centerpieces designed by Benjamin Hubert  for iconic Italian ceramic manufacturer Bitossi Ceramiche. The collection was  launched at Milan’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile in April 2014. The range stems from the studio’s research into creating mass-produced products with on[...]
  • Calamityware

  • Pittsburg based designer Don Moyer creates traditional blue porcelain dinner plates with one major twist. He adds flying monkeys, a UFO assault, and giant gurgling sea monsters to create a plate series he calls Calamityware.
  • Clemens von Wedemeyer: Sun cinema

  • This open-air cinema is located at the edge of the ancient city of Mardin, on a hilltop above the Mesopotamian plain in what is now Turkey. The city’s multi-ethnic population speaks Arabic, Aramaic, Kurdish and Turkish, a mixed heritage under strain due to the ongoing Kurdish-Turkish conflict. As the result of a Bri[...]
  • Balance

  • This project by Nadine Fumiko Schaub is focusing on the relationship and the emotional bond between product and user- also questioning today’s consumer society which has lost the appreciation for what a product means, the value it embeds and the impact they have on our lives. Balance is the result of a deep research pr[...]
  • Tabletop landmarks

  • London designer Klemens Schillinger modelled these concrete tabletop accessories on the shapes of ancient Greek and Mayan architecture.  The two different-sized Arena bowls are shaped like a Greek theatre and hippodrome, with rings stepped down from the edges to the centre like tiered seating for spectators. Seen on[...]