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  • New funky carpets by Jiwonxkim

  • We know her for the Salamandrian funky carpets, a collection on endangered animals turned into hand-tufted pieces, with salamanders, toads, chameleons, sea lions to seaweeds. This year South Korean designer Jiwonxkim presented the Eccentric Garden at SaloneSatellite 2017, a whole new range of colorful carpets, insp[...]
  • CROZ: do-it-yourself digital camera

  • Far from complex camera features and functions, CROZ is a Do-It-Yourself digital camera designed for the simple action of recording images and having fun. Created by Taiwanese Paper Shoot and Macau’s designer brand Hylé Design Macau, this ultracompact camera features only two bottons and a switch for photo effects [...]
  • Happy textiles by Yuri Himuro

  • Yuri Himuro studied textile design in Japan and Finland. She creates pieces that search for surprise and interaction between textiles and people. The Satoyama Snip-Snap Series shown at SaloneSatellite 2017 let visitors snip and snap the textile using a pair of scissors to customize the design, as an ongoing process[...]
  • Salone Days: soft shelves

  • At the SaloneSatellite 2017, dedicated to young design talents, Taijiro Ishiko showcased wooden parametric soft shelves that can easily hold fruit or anything else. The project was one of the finalist of the Satellite Award. The form of the surface changes depending on the weight and shape of placed object. This wa[...]
  • Salone Days: We R Food

  • A restaurant, fine food and four designers: the historical restaurant ‘Rigolo’, situated in the Brera Design District, Milan, presents We R Food. The project was created from the fusion of traditional Italian cuisine with the world of design: Vito Nesta, Martinelli Venezia, Elena Salmistraro and Zanellato Bortotto [...]
  • The internet tower

  • Norwegian designer Benjamin Valand created the internet tower, an installation that reflects and represents the amount of information that is taken from us. "When you are browsing the web, advertisers collect information about you, and each second they collect around 1.5 megabytes" he explains. "1.5 megabytes is almo[...]
  • 15 Textiles for interior decoration

  • A selection of contemporary textiles that might revolution your interiors with little effort: well-known designers such as Matali Crasset, Sebastian Herkner, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec and Inga Sempé have partnered with big brands like Alcantara, Arper, Artek, Nilufar and cc-tapis. The results are always warm, co[...]
  • Ikebana rings

  • Product and interaction designer Gahee Kang designed the Ikebana Rings collection for Areaware – a New York City based producer of everyday objects that are functional and unusual. The Ikebana Ring is a sterling silver ring that holds a small bouquet of wildflowers, just like the Japanese art of floral arrangement [...]
  • I see a halo around you

  • Jewelry designer Yun Sun Jang is interested in studying and recreating the spiritual and energetic space that surrounds our bodies. Her collection I see a halo around you explores the boundaries of space and the everyday with interactive objects that provide physical and psycological experiences. The collection refer[...]
  • Plus Minus screwdrivers

  • Turkish designer Erdem Selek tries to find new proposals for screwdrivers. His Plus Minus series is intuitive and... fat. Easy to use, the design is a clear example material that transforms a tool into a precious object that can last for generations. Made of polished stainless steel, it can be the perfect gift for [...]
  • Six exotic dishes inspired by Constantinople

  • These six exotic dishes inspired by Constantinople look at imaginary worlds, tales and forgotten stories with a hint of mystery and nostalgia. Designed by Vito Nesta for interior decoration brand Les Ottomans, the Italian designer speculates on a fantastic, ancient Golden City at the time of the Eastern Roman Empir[...]
  • Perpetual calendar

  • Studio Yonoh designed an analog perpetual calendar that, to function properly, it requires human interaction, taking our attention away from the screen and bringing it into the physical world. Inspired by the architecture of the industrial boom, Perpetuum’s shape is a nod to the shed roofs of factories built in the 1[...]